Annual Parish Meeting 12/05/15
The Annual Parish meeting will be held on the 12th May 2015 at the Dethick Hall, Manchester Lane at 7.30pm.
It is an opportunity for local community clubs and groups to address Hartshorne Parishoners
about the work they have been doing over the previous year.
Guided Evening Village Walk
The first guided evening walk of 2015 will take place on Thursday 16th April.
Those interested in taking part should meet outside the Rodney Inn at 7.00pm,
Hartshorne Rodney Field Development
The Planning application for the proposed development on the field opposite the Admiral Rodney Inn is now available to view on the South Derbyshire District Council website.
You may view the application via the link.
View Planning Application 9/2014/1140
View the Illustrative Masterplan
Hartshorne Cricket Club Sponsor a Brick
For as little as £50 you can have your name or a special message engraved into a brick that will become the fabric of Hartshorne Cricket Clubs new Pavillion
To Register your interest contact the Club's Treasurer Shaun Watson - 07773 794921 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Broomy Farm Land Development
The planning application for the Broomy Farm land development has been submitted to the SDDC planning department for consideration. The application is open for the public to comment on until the 24th September 2014.
The Woodville Road Safety Campaign fetaured below is a initiative set up by residents of Woodville Road in response to this development.
View the full Broomy Farm Land Planning Application
Also the Illustrative Master Plan of the development.
Woodville Road Road Safety Campaign
In response to the proposed development residents of Woodville Road, Hartshorne are campaigning to implement some Road Safey Measures. More information can be found on their leaflet.
Or email Steven Greaves at email@example.com to find out more.
Ladies Club Programme for 2014 - Here
Hartshorne Society of Bell-ringers
Was formed in March 2013 with the aims of:
- Promoting and fostering the ancient English art of Change Ringing in Hartshorne and the local area.
- Ringing the bells of Hartshorne for Church services, weddings, secular events of national or local importance and on request by local institutions and organisations.
- Advancing the quality of ringing at Hartshorne.
- Providing a worthwhile activity for all ages across the local community.
- Encouraging interest in and ensuring correct maintenance of, the bells and fittings of Hartshorne.
They are always keen to welcome new members; if you are interested in Bell-ringing or just want to find out more the read their bell-ringing article, or email Andy Austen
Don't forget you can find all the minutes and Agenda for the Parish Council Meetings here: Parish Council
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