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PARISH COUNCIL

MOWING

Mark Hazle, the Parish Council Mowing Contractor, will be resuming his activities around the Parish to maintain verges and the Pocket Park.

Details of the areas maintained under the Contract can be seen on the Hollowell & Teeton web site: http://www.hollowellandteeton.org.uk/parish-council

Please contact the Clerk if you have any questions about this work (or any other issues that are the responsibility of the Parish Council) - Either by the web site contact page or email direct: pc-clerk@hollowellandteeton.org.uk

HOLLOWELL & TEETON

VILLAGE HALL TOTE WINNERS

The lucky winners of £10 each for January and February are:

Mrs Pearson, Vivienne Benjamin, Joan Leatherland, Tony & Helen Hewitt, Jan Winterburn, Joan Tice, Kathleen Litchfield and Clive Coble.

Congratulations and thank you for supporting the village hall.

DOG FOULING

Although most dog owners in Hollowell pick up after their pets, we have a persistent problem with dog fouling along the grass verges at the top of Church Hill.  The parish council has been monitoring the situation and has installed new signs, and Daventry District Council’s dog warden has made several visits to the area to re-establish a poo spraying campaign. During one visit 70 poos were sprayed.

Since December 2015 it became an offence to fail to pick up after your dog on ALL LAND to which the public has access, including agricultural land and grass verges. Dog fouling is both unpleasant and a danger to health, PLEASE CLEAN UP AFTER YOUR DOG - IT IS THE LAW!

If you spot anyone failing to pick up after their pet please report it by completing  Daventry DC’s on-line form here.

HOLLOWELL

POCKET

PARK


As soon as the ground in the park is sufficiently dry, work will begin to install an aerial runway close to the existing play equipment.   The project has been driven by Hollowell Pocket Park Action Committee and facilitated by the Parish Council and they are grateful to Hollowell Steam Rally and the National Lottery for funding assistance.  

It may be necessary to close all or part of the park whilst the work is carried out.

One of the older pieces of equipment, the red metal climbing frame with slide, will shortly be removed from the park.  This piece is in need of repair and has reached an age and stage where the Parish Council had decided its removal is the most appropriate option.  Again many thanks to the Steam Rally who acquired and installed the piece.  It has provided many years of fun for children in the area.






SAVE THE DATE  

The 32nd Hollowell Steam and Heavy Horse Show will take place on Saturday and Sunday

7th and 8th July 2018.

Two days of traditional entertainment for all the family.

32nd

QUIZ NIGHT

In February over 40 people enjoyed a great Quiz Night in Hollowell Village Hall. It was a cold night outside but inside the bar remained busy, as the tension and heat grew in the Quiz Room! Our Quiz Master, Phil Curtis, asked a series of questions that taxed all brains. Topics ranged from popular entertainment to local knowledge to cryptic questions. were around ten teams who vied for the esteemed ‘Hollowell Quiz Cup’ and a bottle of wine. results were close but in the end, Team Uplanders won by a creditable margin and took home the trophy which they promised would be polished and cherished until the next Quiz. This was the first Quiz Night to be organised by the Village Hall Committee and all funds will go towards the modernisation of the Hall.


Above: Quiz winners—Team UplandersTeams

Below:  Teams enjoying the Quiz Night.


HOLLOWEL HENS

As the Village Link went to press, the Hollowell Hens were preparing to meet to plan their social engagements for the year.   

More detail will follow on the Hollowell and Teeton Facebook page. The Hollowell Hens is a relaxed social group open to any female residents of Hollowell and Teeton and to their friends. We usually organise an event each month ranging from wine tastings, a BBQ, visits to stately homes and pudding nights.   

Please contact Sarah Mourant if you would like to join the mailing list; sarah.mourant@which.net


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Local news from the Northamptonshire villages of Cold Ashby, Cottesbrooke, Creaton, Guilsborough, Hollowell & Teeton and Thornby

Last updated Saturday, March 31, 2018

Copy deadline for next printed edition: Friday 27th April 2018

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