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We welcome additions, suggestions and comments, or corrections to the information given here. Please contact Jane Allen, 01759 368498, or EMAIL

Weather forecast

Area bus timetables

Map

Public rights of way

EVENTS
Following the great success of the Jubilee Park Fun Day on Saturday 8 July, and the fundraising tombola stall at the Vintage Engine Rally and St Crux, the next event is:

POTATO PRIZE SUPPER Tuesday 26 September at The Carpenter's Arms. Free supper for each potato purchased; guests wanting supper pay £3.

PHOTO COMPETITION 2017 - DETAILS

 

NOTICES

CAT C PRISON

OUTLINE PLANNING GRANTED BUT THE FIGHT GOES ON.

Public meeting at 6.30pm, 30 May OUTCOME & NOTES

FANGFOSS FOOD BANK
Donate spare food to a good cause. SEE MORE

SAFE AND SOUND Grants available for home security measures. SEE MORE

Do you have photographs of current local buildings to add to the County archive? LEARN MORE

STATION ROAD SPEED SURVEY RESULTS:
Report
Results (Excel)

SAVE ENERGY : free advisory service - call 0800 512012

DID YOU KNOW about 101?
This is a new number on which to contact the Police about non-urgent matters.

Doorstep - selling - your rights

Humberside Police

WALKING IN OUR AREA: Check out some free guides

Regular maintenance days at Jubilee Park: 2nd Sunday of each month 10am. Come along for some fresh air, activity, good company, all in a worthy cause.

PARISH COUNCIL

NEXT MEETING: 13 September 2017

ELECTION
The parish council as constituted pre-election was returned unopposed. You can find details in YOUR COUNCIL on the parish council pages of this website.

MEETINGS
The parish council usually meets on the 2nd Wednesday of the month (except August) at St Martin's School at 7.30. Members of the public are free to attend and may contribute on invitation.
Latest minutes/agendas. Please check before attending meetings, as there are sometimes changes to the schedule.

NEWS
Look out for regular news from the parish council in the(church) parish magazine being delivered six times a year to all households in the parish. ISSUES