WING PARISH COUNCIL
WING VILLAGE HALL
RUTLAND, LE15 8SA
Clerk: Mrs Susan Awcock
VACANCY WING PARISH COUNCIL
As an election has not been called any person meeting the criteria to be a councillor can apply to be co-opted as a member of Wing Parish Council.
Please submit by letter your interest and reason for applying to the above address by Wednesday 9th September 2015.
Please see attached correspondence.
Wing Parish Councillors will consider all applications and make their decision prior to the next council meeting scheduled for 23rd September 2015.
Susan Awcock, Clerk to Wing Parish Council.
Wing Village Hall is one of the refreshment stops for The Flying Gates cycling club on Saturday 5th September. The will be using the hall between 10am and noon.
They are all using cycles based on a 1936 design that was called a Flying Gate by the cycling press back in 1936 because of the unusual frame shape.
There is to be a meeting of people, volunteers or potential users in the Village Hall at 7:30 pm on Thursday 10th of September.
The aim is to discuss and set out the directions of the scheme. The constitution will be presented at the meeting.
Art in Lyddington
30th October – 1st November
10am – 5pm
St Andrews Church
An exhibition of the work of the Rutland Open Studios Artists
Sept 4th – 16th
27 St Mary’s St, Stamford, Lincolnshire PE9 2DL
The Centre Stage Autumn 2015 Spring 2016 brochure is available here
John survived his carotid artery clean out without any complications other than a very sore throat. He will be discharged from LRI on Sunday 2nd August into the arms of his long-suffering wife Judith.
He came home but was so appalled by the noise in the village he decided to go back in for another couple of days rest. He is now back in the arms of his family with strict instructions NOT to exert himself. He is Googling the word exertion and taking things easy as his head is apparently only held on by super glue. This business of sitting about like a coiled spring waiting to respond to any call has been put on hold for a while.
Sunday Teas are this Sunday, 26th July 2015 organized by Sally Cox
It is with regret that we report that Frank (Scrappie) Smith took his last load to Seaton earlier this month. His smiling face and ever clean lorry will be much missed by the Parish.