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Although, ‘someone’ has removed the cable ties on the gates already, this post is not completely pointless.
The Parish Council has completed a risk assessment and the park can now open officially.
The junior swing will be installed in August as soon as it is safe, the seats will be attached.
Parents/carers are reminded to continue to be vigilant when using the park. The coronavirus is still with us and we all need to be able to enjoy the park safely.
The Parish Council have still not received contact details for the owner of the craft shown below. There are paddles and life jackets stored in it and it hasn’t been used for sometime.
If you can help please email the Clerk: firstname.lastname@example.org
Mobile phone found in Surlingham bird hide this morning
If you have lost a mobile phone, please contact Clive Evans on 538234.
Thank you Alan Wotherspoon for finding it.
The Parish Council wanted to update you on the progress so far at the Staithe.
Canoe racks are in the process of being installed constructed of recycled plastic pipes. An ingenious idea of Councillor Reeve’s. The racks will be maintenance free and the pipes make it easy to slide canoes in and out.
Many owners have come forward to identify their craft which have been numbered and owners contact details logged. If any craft remain unidentified decisions will be made regarding sale/disposal depending on condition.
The access path continues to be mown and the areas either side left to rewild.
More racks will follow as supplies of pipes are made available as will the picnic table.
Towards the end of the summer the fallen tree will be removed and the dyke between the staithe and the land to the east will be reinstated. While many may agree the tree looks rather attractive it is a hazard to canoes and blocks the view from the staithe. Removal avoids the chance of it sinking lower and blocking the staithe completely.
The Terrace at Loddon is offering its diners a musical experience in the garden. The singer Samantha Johnson will be performing from 7pm and a special set menu will be served ( 2 courses for £20 and 3 courses for £23) . Limited availability. Please book to avoid disappointment 01508 521932 or email email@example.com
Details on the Facebook page (The Terrace at Loddon)
Lockdown might be easing but we know that for some families it remains an ever real threat and worry.
If you are a family with children or a young person under 21 and someone in your family is shielding from Covid19 due to medical reasons, you can have access to 3 hours in this beautiful woodland setting all by yourself, fully funded by Toy Like Me.
Hop on over to our booking calendar and pick a slot to enjoy the peace and tranquility of our forest space safely undisturbed. We will send you all the information you need via email.
Toy Like Me are also offering sessions at Hautbois Activity Centre. If you would like to book there, call Hautbois Activity Centre on 01603 737357.
Multiple bookings at both settings are welcome. Genuine shielders only! Tell your shielding friends!