January - Kislingbury Village, Northants, England

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January - Kislingbury Village, Northants, England
KISLINGBURY NEWS
JANUARY 2016
SEE PAGE 6 FOR DETAILS
Kislingbury Parish Council - Directory
PARISH CLERK
Ann Addison
CHAIRMAN
Alison Ward
VICE CHAIRMAN
Kay Longland
Finance
Email: [email protected]
858226
Manager PC Website
PC Report Kislingbury News
833497
Finance
Notice Boards
832473
COUNCIL MEMBERS
Miriam Harris
Village Hall Committee
Elderly Liaison
Sharon O’Connell Allotment Contact
Sarah Parker
School Liaison
Sue Deane
Tom Payne
Brigitte Goss
Mark Bates
Allotment Contact
Dog Warden
Email: [email protected]
831835
839057
830539
831834
07786963544
832761
07743383528
Ann Addison
Karen Cooper
Joan Kirkbride
Chris Heaton-Harris
South Northants Council
South Northants Council
Northants County Council
MP Daventry Constituency
Phil Beeston
Footpath Warden
832146
Chairman Kislingbury Playing Field Association
Email: [email protected]
Flood & Snow Warden
830074
Deputy Flood Warden
830343
Tree Warden
07704978511
Village Archivist
830514
Village Archivist
833422
Village Hall Booking Clerk
831824
NHW Co-ordinator
07855388751
Dennis Tidmarsh
Leslie Hartwell
Ron Hoodak
Felicity Dunkley
Anne Upton
Chrissie Key
Tim Ward
858226
01604859694
01327340370
859721
Parish Council Meetings are held on the third Tuesday of each
month in Kislingbury Village Hall at 7.30pm. The Press and Members of the Public are welcome to attend.
Minutes can be seen on Parish Notice Boards, in the Church Porch
and on the Parish Council website:
www.kislingburyparishcouncil.org.uk/wp
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January edition of the Kislingbury News
Happy New Year and welcome to the January edition of the Kislingbury
News.
The deadline for the February issue is 21st January 2016. If you have
any suitable photos of the village for our front cover they would be very
much appreciated.
Where possible contributions should be sent in electronic format by
email to:
[email protected]
or delivered to David Lawrence, at 21 Hall Close, Kislingbury.
Village Diary
January
6th
17th
18th
20th
Kisle Amblers meet at Olde Red Lion at 9.15am
Junction 16 Development Meeting - Pages 15-16
Kislingbury Conservative Branch AGM - Page 3
Kisle Amblers meet at Olde Red Lion at 9.15am
3rd
17th
23rd
25-27th
Kisle Amblers meet at Olde Red Lion at 9.15am
Kisle Amblers meet at Olde Red Lion at 9.15am
Kislingbury Friendship Club - Page 14
Toad of Toad Hall at Village Hall - Page 6
February
Regular Events
Cycle Club - Meets at Sun Inn every Saturday at 10am
Kisle Runners - Meets at Playing Fields every Sunday at 8.50am
Sequence Dance – Contact Dave or Rita 01604 830982
Bell Ringing Monday Nights 7.30pm – 8.30pm
Karate - Wednesday & Thursday 6.00pm. Sunday 10.00am
See Eddie Sanders at the Village Hall for more details
Play Group open during Term Time at Village Hall
KOF’s - Every Thursday 10.30am at the Village Hall
Kislingbury Parish Council meets 3rd Tuesday of
every month in the Village Hall
Art Group - Thursday afternoons at the Village Hall 2.30-4.30pm
Beginners Line Dance Classes - Thursday 1.15pm - 2.45pm
Open Circle Development Group - 1st & 3rd Wednesday - 8pm
Kraft Shack Group - 2nd & 4th Wednesday - 7.30pm
Further information - Telephone 07788 737052 or 01604 754518 or Email
[email protected]
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Kislingbury Parish Council Meeting - December 2015
The meeting started with a short presentation from Mr Tim Ward detailing
the Neighbourhood Plan as the consultation process has ended. Several
details were discussed with relation to the Plan and the Council will now
move forward and get the Plan ready to adopt and then send to the
external Inspectors. Mr Tim Ward and other members of the village have
done an amazing job on this Plan and we as a Council would like to thank
him for all this ongoing hard work.
With reference to the impending J16 scheme of works, please note that
there will be an update on this at our meeting in January.
There are some large pot holes in Camp Lane and these will be rectified.
Some others around the village have already been filled in especially one
very large, deep one at the top of Mill Lane.
It has come to the council’s notice that we have a small problem with
Japanese Knotweed in Hodges Lane. Any keen gardeners will know that
this is not a very good plant and can be detrimental to house selling. We
are doing our best to try and get it eradicated, however it is a very strong
willed plant.
Our next meeting is on Tuesday January 19th 19.30pm prompt.
All previous minutes and Agenda items can be found on the Parish Council
Website.
The Parish Council would like to wish all villager’s
a Happy New Year.
Alison Ward
Chairman
KISLINGBURY CONSERVATIVE BRANCH
The Annual General Meeting will be held in Kislingbury Village Hall on
Monday 18th of January 2016 at 7.30 p.m.
All villagers are invited to attend but only fully paid-up
members may vote.
Pat Kidson (831035)
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CHRISTMAS 2015 – the church looked more beautiful than ever this year due to the
number of lovely poinsettias donated by those wishing to remember someone special
at Christmastime. Thank you to all those who contributed and everyone who helped
and attended the events and services over the Christmas period.
CHURCH CLEANING/CHURCHYARD TIDY-UP: our next cleaning morning will be on
SATURDAY 9th JANUARY – 9.30AM – 10AM with refreshments at “half-time”. Any help
you can offer would be most welcome, especially in the churchyard.
SUNDAY 10th January – 11.15am WORSHIP FOR ALL – The Baptism of Jesus. A service
for all ages, followed by refreshments.
SUNDAY 31st January, being a 5th Sunday, there will be a United service at Rothersthorpe at 10.30am. No service at Kislingbury.
Our heartfelt thanks for your prayers, support of and donations to the church over the
past difficult year, when the damaged cockerel weathervane needed to be replaced, as
well as the nave roof due to lead theft.
Unfortunately, with a listed building, the work doesn’t stop and our future fundraising
will not only be for the usual upkeep of the church Fabric but specifically the replacement of the heating boiler which although still extremely efficient is now over 40 years
old and on “borrowed time”.
A PRAYER FOR THE NEW YEAR
“Our Father and our God, as we stand at the beginning of this new year we confess
our need of your presence and your guidance as we face the future. We each have
our hopes and expectations for the year that is ahead of us – but you alone know
what it hold for us, and only you can give us the strength and the wisdom we will
need to meet the challenges. So help us to humbly put our hands into your hand, and
to trust you and to seek your will for our lives during this coming year.”
START THE NEW YEAR WITH LAUGHTER – from church magazines!
“At the evening service tonight, the sermon topic will be “What is Hell?” Come early
and listen to our choir practice”.
“Weight Watchers will meet at the church hall at 7pm. Please use large double door at
the side entrance”.
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO EVERYONE!
Judith Tonge
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Your Neighbourhood Plan
Kislingbury Neighbourhood Development Plan
The Consultation Period ended with 100
residents having responded
95% fully Support the Plan
The Steering Group wishes to thank everyone who took the time
to read the Plan, and then to send in their comments.
What happens next?
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The Parish Council will approve the Plan after any changes have been
made following the Consultation
The Plan will then be submitted to SNC for the next Phase of the process
SNC will arrange a further period of Consultation for a minimum of 6
weeks during which time every interested party can have a second
chance to make comments.
After this period SNC will pass the Plan plus all the Consultation Responses
to the Independent Examiner they will have appointed
The Examiner will complete his examination of the Plan and submit a
Report of Recommendations to SNC. These will be discussed with the
Parish Council and adopted.
SNC will then Publicise the date of the Referendum and make available
copies of the Final Plan which will include all the changes suggested by the
Examiner.
On the Referendum Date All Villagers will be able to Vote in favour of, or
against, the Plan. If there is a majority of Votes in favour then the Plan
will be adopted and applied by SNC.
This is your Plan
Please keep supporting your Plan
Each month we shall update you with the
progress towards the Referendum
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Kislingbury Amblers
December Walks
(We meet 1st and 3rd Wednesday of
every month at the Olde Red Lion)
KISLINGBURY AMBLERS – December 2015
After leaving the car park of the Bell Inn at Odell, the Amblers climbed a
steep hill in the direction of Odell Castle. We then crossed the road and
followed a by-way sign along a tree-lined avenue and into Odell Great
Wood. After walking for approximately 20 minutes, we reached the
centre of the wood and the woodland cross-roads. The group then turned
left, following a track until reaching the outskirts of Odell Great Wood.
We then headed right and walked around the perimeter of the wood
before reaching a sign that would take us to the by-way and on to
Hinwick Road where we took our customary break. Refreshed, we
headed towards Harrold but not before leaving the road and reaching our
next destination of Harrold Country Park. After walking along the side of
the lake we returned to the Bell Inn for a pre-ordered lunch .
The second walk for December saw the group arrive at the Woolpack Inn
at Islip where our orders for lunch were taken. We then travelled by car
a short distance to the village centre where our final walk for 2015 would
commence. After parking up, we walked towards the Rose and Crown
(which was closed for renovations) to pick up the Nene Way which
ultimately led us through the pub car park and beyond, eventually
bringing the Amblers to the disused mill of Islip. We continued to follow
the Nene Way signs across a large field which brought us into a wood.
Here we took a right turn to follow the woodland path to the woodland
exterior and on to our next destination which would be Titchmarsh
Nature Reserve. The group then walked along the side of Elinour Lake
where we took our break before heading up Baulks Lane in Aldwinkle
and on to the Village Green. After a short distance we turned left to pick
up the footpath signs to take us across a paddock and field and on to
Lowick Road. We eventually took a footpath to Elinour Trout Fishery and
cottages and, leaving the cottages behind us, we walked along the
opposite side of the lake until we reached Harper Brook. This eventually
led us to pick up the Nene Way again and back to our starting point.
Could I wish all readers of the Kislingbury Newsletter a very happy and
healthy New Year from the Amblers.
Mick Abbott
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Thank you……
THANK YOU for my beautiful plant sent from the Kislingbury News
Committee.
Many thanks and I hope you have a wonderful stress free Christmas.
Helen Percival
(Helen is from Campion School and prints 625 copies of the Kislingbury News for us
each month. I’m sure that you agree she does a great job for us)
A DATE FOR YOUR DIARY
BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND
A SPECTACULAR
PUDDING PARTY
FRIDAY APRIL 22nd 2016
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Start the New Year with…
Kisle Runners For all the Family!
Eaten too much Turkey, too many Mince Pies, and too many resolutions!
If you’re up and awake with nothing to do,
come and join us on a Sunday morning. Everybody welcome: novices,
beginners, intermediates and the experienced!
Every Sunday, meet at the playing fields at 8.50am for 9am start.
All ages welcome, children must be accompanied by an adult…
and don’t forget the buggies!
http://www.kislingburyonline.co.uk/kislerunners.php
NB: Please wear appropriate clothing!
If you’ve never ran with us before, why not join us?
Real Cask Ales
Cycling Club
Guinness Accredited
Beer Garden
Our opening hours are:
Monday to Thursday 12 noon to 2pm & 5pm to 11pm
Friday 12 noon to 2pm & 5pm to 11.30pm
Saturday 12 noon to 11pm
Sunday 11am to 10.30pm
Restaurant opening hours are (booking advised):
Wednesday to Saturday 12 noon - 2pm
Wednesday to Saturday 6 - 9pm
Sunday 12 noon - 3pm
Takeaway pizzas and fish and chips available
Wednesday - Saturday 6pm - 8pm.
Weekly meat raffle £1 per ticket. Drawn every
Sunday at 1.30pm.
Upcoming Events
19th January - open mic night - come along to sing, play or
listen.
23rd January - 4 course burns night supper £25.95 per head.
Call to book. See website for details.
31st January - quiz night, £1 per person entry, cash prizes
including killer question pot at £170. 7.30pm start.
Telephone - 833571 or email - [email protected]
Web address: www.thesuninnkislingbury.co.uk
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Kislingbury Cricket Club
Above is an artist’s impression of our new clubhouse with is due to be
completed by June 2016. During the week commencing 4th January 2016
there will be a temporary walkway installed along the top of the bund in
front of the old clubhouse. This will ensure that dog walkers have a safe
place to walk during the building works. We are still running the buy a
brick scheme which has so far raised £1,045. This scheme will be running
until end May 2016 so if you wish to donate please pop in to the
clubhouse and see Toni or Mick.
We are looking for players for the Tuesday night darts team. Call Toni on
07895196623 if interested or call at the clubhouse.
We would like to thank all or customer & friends for their support during
2015.
There will be more updates on the building progress in future copies of
the village news.
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Kislingbury Bowls Club
At the recent bowls club Christmas Party the Ladies
Past Captain Helen Blaby, Men’s Captains Lynn Rigdway and President Ken Chapman presented a
cheque for £1,000 to Macmillan Cancer Support.
The presentation was made to Fund
Raiser Carol McCosh who responded
by telling the guests of the good work
that the charity does in supporting
people and their families who unfortunately contract cancer and what a big
difference donations such as this make
to the charity’s work.
The money was raised over the past season by imposing small fines against
players guilty of various misdemeanours such as bowling a wood on the
wrong bias, filling in the score cards incorrectly etc.
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Eddie Harley, Dee Taylor, Jenny Massingham and Lisa Dickson KOFS
committee members, awaiting the arrival of 76 members for the Annual
Christmas party at the Village Hall.
A traditional Christmas lunch with all the trimmings was enjoyed by the
members followed by musical entertainment by LINCOLN NOEL. Teams
from each of the tables competed against each other in the Christmas
Quiz and the Majority Rules competition.
It was announced that at the November Art Exhibition and Craft sale the
KOFS bring and buy stall had raised £78 for its Charity Fund which this
year will have raised a total of over £1,000 for donation to three charities.
The KOFS meet at the Village Hall every Thursday at 10.30am
for a coffee and a chat.
For further information contact a committee member.
Eddie Harley 830001. Mike & Jackie Jackson 831747
Lisa Dickson 832092. Bernard Gent 830579.
Jenny Massingham 831039. Christiane Scrivener 830994.
Dee Taylor 830791. Dennis Tidmarsh 830074.
Jonathan Barker proud sponsor of KOFS
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My name is Jonathan Barker and I have moved to Bugbrooke with my wife Bethany.
Having spent our last five years in Welton we are used to enjoying the community
spirit that comes with village life. I hope that, over time, we can be an integral part
of this area too.
I have been in the estate agency industry for over fifteen years, working for both
corporate and independent firms. Three years ago I decided to become a ‘self
employed’ Property Consultant working under the Horts Estate Agents banner.
Being ‘self employed’ means that I don’t ‘clock on’ in the morning and ‘clock off’ in
the early evening, or work reduced hours at weekends. I make myself available at
times that suit my client’s needs. Everyone has access to me via my mobile number
and personal email address so you never have to leave messages with other people.
My aim is to offer a knowledgeable, trustworthy service whilst acting with integrity to those that are looking to sell or buy in the villages of Bugbrooke, Kislingbury and Nether Heyford.
So please consider me next time you have your home valued. You can call me on
07793 355604.
Proud supporter of Kislingbury Over Fifties
Yours sincerely
and Kislingbury Village Fayre
Jonathan Barker
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Kislingbury Friendship Club
(Previously Kislingbury Arts & Crafts Society)
It seems a long while ago now but the Kislingbury Art Exhibition & Craft Sale
was a successful and enjoyable event. 144 paintings from local artists were on
display – all of a very high standard. Also there were craft stalls displaying and
selling home crafted items for all to admire and/or buy. The refreshments and
raffle added to the occasion. Thank you for your support.
Also in November Chris Bazeley came along to talk about Home Guard. His talk
was well delivered with amusing anecdotes and he had taken the trouble to
research Home Guard in Kislingbury.
In December we had our Christmas Social Evening and in January we are
going to the Barn Restaurant at the Dairy Farm, Upper Stowe for our New Year
Lunch. We will return to our normal programme on Tuesday 23rd February at
7.30pm when our speaker will be talking about fruit growing projects in various
places overseas. The project was started in 1998 by Blue Skies which is based
in Northamptonshire. It should be a very enlightened talk.
A Happy and Healthy New Year to all.
Doreen Hartwell
Light Up St. Luke’s
The lucky winner of the £50 December draw was Fred
Collins and his ticket number was drawn by Margaret Beasant.
It is now time to renew subscriptions for the new year 2016
and a member of the team of collectors will be calling on you
very soon to ask if you wish to renew. The cost remains at
£5.00 for the year.
Many thanks for your support and I wish everyone a Happy
New Year.
Leslie Hartwell
St. Luke’s Fund Raising Committee
On behalf of the above committee I wish to thank you sincerely for your support
throughout this year for the various events we have held. These funds have
been for the fabric of the church, primarily towards the roof repair. We now have
to turn our attention to replacement of our boiler to keep the church warm and
welcoming. I will publish our programme of events in due course.
Leslie Hartwell
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Coming soon to a field near you?
BEFORE
Current view from Kislingbury Mill.
Bridge.
BEFORE
Current view across the Nene valley
from the proposed development.
AFTER
Proposed view of one of five
new warehouses.
Plan of the complete proposal showing A4500 to the north and M1 and
river Nene to the south. The river in the bottom right corner is only 300
yards from Kislingbury Mill.
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Do you want Pineham on both sides of the
village?
Residents to the south and east of the village have no doubt seen and heard the
effects of the industrial developments around Pineham and Swan Valley etc. with the
view, the lighting, increased noise from vehicles plus reversing bleepers etc.
Are you aware that the west of Kislingbury now faces a similar threat?
There is a proposal to build five industrial units on land to the south of the A4500 at
junction 16, bordered by the M1 down to its crossing of the Nene, along the river close
to Kislingbury weir and along a line back up to the A4500. The truck stop on the A4500
will nearly double in size, and there will be two roundabouts on that stretch of the
A4500 to enable access into the industrial estate.
Of the five warehouses planned, the smallest one will be the size of a football pitch
and if the proposals are accepted, building could start as early as August 2016.
This means that any residents who currently have views to the west across the fields
overlooking the stables, the river and the evening sunset, will have their views ruined
by the views of industrial units.
Instead they will see large white warehouses, floodlights with light pollution, and they
will hear increased traffic noise, reversing bleepers, and of course yet more traffic
queues on the M1 for traffic coming off at Junction 16, plus queues of traffic heading
westbound along the A4500 heading for Daventry towards junction 16.
Furthermore, there will be damage to the wildlife habitat, public footpaths spoiled,
cattle and sheep grazing land torn up, and reduced routes for dog walkers.
So the question has to be asked. Do you want to accept this invasion? Did you move
to this quaint quiet village to be surrounded by industrial estates? Do you want to take
action to prevent this project? Or at least try to minimise it?
There has been success in the past when proposals in 2009 for warehousing at
Junction 16 to the north of the A4500 were turned down. So it’s not a foregone
conclusion that this new proposal will happen.
Were you aware that the agent handling this project had a presentation/exhibition in
Harpole one weekday evening back in November? It appears not everyone was made
aware of that and not everyone could attend.
There are some amongst us who feel that not enough was done to enable Kislingbury
residents to be made fully aware of the facts, and yet we are the village that will feel
the greater effect.
We plan to have our own presentation/exhibition in the Sun Inn so you can see the
proposal for yourself. This will be on Sunday 17th January between 3.30pm and 6pm
(the village hall was not available for hire on that date) but in the meantime if you want
to get involved with trying to stop this potential eyesore then you can contact me on
07503 148201 or at [email protected] or Dee Lodge on 07778 382633.
Give us your views?
Come to our meeting to see the proposals for yourself.
This will be at the Sun Inn on Sunday 17th January between 3.30 pm and 6.00 pm
(the village hall was not available for hire on this date).
Laurence Gold
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Neighbourhood Watch Newsletter - December 2015
Protect Yourself
· Before letting anyone into your home who claims to be from any law enforcement agency,
ask to see their identity card and check it by calling 101.
· Ask if they can attend at a pre-arranged time when a family member or friend can also be
present.
· If you receive a phone call from a police officer, ask for their name and force and tell them
you will call them back. Wait a few minutes and then use 101 to call them back through their
force’s switchboard and verify their identity.
· The Police will never ask for your PIN or passwords. Do not give this information to anyone.
· The Police will never request that you withdraw/transfer any money to them.
Crime Prevention Advice
· The most basic home security measure - lock up - gets overlooked more often than you think
and a surprising number of people leave windows open or forget to lock the door. Don't make
it easy for burglars! Take these simple precautions to reduce the risk of becoming a victim of
crime
Ø Keep front and back doors locked at all times - even when you're at home
Ø If you are out in the evening make sure you leave a light on and draw the curtains.
Ø If it's dark before you get home, use timer switches to turn on the lights
Ø Light up your front door with dusk to dawn lighting - make sure it's visible from the street
Ø Keep keys and valuables out of sight, and reach, from cat flaps, letterboxes, and
downstairs doors and windows
Ø If you have a burglar alarm, use it!
Crime News - Kislingbury
· There was break in at the bowls club on 12/11/15 at 5.30am. The payphone was forced open
and money.
· There was a theft of Bicycles in Beech Lane and a Burglary non dwelling Kislingbury Hall The
Green. Both incidents occurred between the evening of the 9th and the early hours of the
12th November.
· Towards the end of November a Resident had stolen from the front garden in Nene Way, a
garden ornament. It was a metal plant holder in the form of a model penny farthing bike. It
was a one off and easily recognisable. However, it may have been taken for scrap metal.
Kislingbury villagers need to be careful of property in their gardens.
· Criminal Damage to Fencing and Road Signs, between 10am on Saturday 14th November and
7am on Sunday 15th November 2015.
If you live in Ashby Close, Bugbrooke Road, or Blackberry Close please think about volunteering to
become a Street Representative. The streets without an active NHW presence are more vulnerable
than the rest of the Village. Please contact me if you wish to volunteer to be a Street Representative.
VILLAGE EMAIL DATABASE - Please sign up to this FREE Village service. Those on the database will be
able to receive urgent NHW messages direct, and important Village information If you are not on the
database we cannot contact you. Visit the Village Website, click on the Email Database link, and
subscribe. It is very easy! Go to www.kislingburyonline.co.uk
Remember, and use, the following numbers to report crimes or other incidents.
Police : 999 for an emergency or to Report a Crime that is happening. Non Emergency Calls to the
Police use 101, or text to 18001 101. The dedicated Neighbourhood Watch Number
is 01604 888964. CrimeStoppers (Anonymous) 0800 555 111.
Tim Ward Tel: 07855 388 751 and Email [email protected]
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Monarch of the Glen
Painting by a member of the Kislingbury Art group
Over 140 paintings by the Kislingbury Art Group members were exhibited at the Village Hall in November. Visitors were very interested in
the Art Group publicity stand displaying photographs of their paintings produced in the last twelve months. Also on sale were a number
prints from original paintings that had been produced as Christmas
cards . A very rewarding event.
Following a very successful year the Art Group now has a membership of 24 and a waiting list for membership of the group. If you are
interested in joining us please contact either Judith or Mike for the
latest situation.
The group is organised, to provide a venue for artists of all abilities
from beginners to fully experienced to meet together, to paint, and
share the company of others with similar interests, in a non formalised
group. We meet on Thursday afternoons at the Village Hall between
2.15pm and 4.15pm.
EVERYONE WELCOME
For further info contact either Judith 830421 or Mike 831747
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Cheryl Gorman Pilates & Fitness
Join us for Zumba Fitness Tuesday 7.00pm-8.00pm
Venue: Bugbrooke Sports and Community Centre
Pilates Classes
• Increase flexibility, mobility, Coordination, strength & balance.
• Help with rehabilitation after an Injury.
• Is suitable for both Men & Women.
• Ideal for all levels and abilities.
• May Improve and help with back pain.
Cheryl is a certified Pilates teacher and GP exercise referral
specialist qualified to accept participants with the following
conditions: Arthritis, Scoliosis, Hip/Knee replacements, Diabetes
and COPD.
Venue: Kislingbury Village Hall Every Monday
First Class - 6.15pm -7.15pm. Second Class 7.30pm – 8.30pm
Venue: Bugbrooke Sports & Community Centre
Thursday Morning 9.30am - 10.30am
Please visit my website for more information.
Tel: 07931560734 email: [email protected]
www.cherylgormanpilatesandfitness.co.uk
The Olde Red Lion
High Street
Kislingbury
Northants NN7 4AQ
01604 830219
Opening Hours
Monday: 5pm – 9pm (no food)
Tues: 5pm - 11pm (no food)
Weds: 5pm - 11pm
Thurs: 5pm – 12pm
Fri: 12pm – 1.00am
Sat: 12pm – 1.00am
Sun: 12pm – 12am
FORTHCOMING EVENTS:
OPEN MIC – January 28th – Come along, sing, play and entertain.
Sunday Roast 12pm – 4.00pm
Booking advised…
www.theolderedlion.net
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01604 830552
DIAGNOSTICS
SERVICING
REPAIRS
M.O.T’s
WEL DING
Hours 08:00 - 17:30
Monday - Friday
WEST BULK UNIT 1
BUGBROOKE ROAD
KISLINGBURY, NN7 4AY
[email protected]
WWW.KIZZLEAUTOS.COM
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Your Local Mobile Hairdresser
Timeless Hair Design
Contact Lauren Russell on 07999484179 0r 01604 766751
10% off for Senior Citizens
Minimum Call-Out Charge - £15
Prices
Gents
Cut & Finish - £10.00
Head Shave - £6.00
Girls
0 – 15yrs - £5.00 - £15.00
Boys
0 – 15yrs - £5.00 - £7.00
Available for appointments
Monday - Saturday
Cut & Blow dry - £19.00
Blow dry & Finish - £12.00
Highlights - £29.00 - £48.00
Re-growth Colour - £17.00
Full Head Colour - £25.00
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ACUPUNCTURE
Kerrimere Licensed
Boarding Kennels
in
Kislingbury
Julie Neal, MBAcC
Based in Kislingbury
Acupuncture treats a wide
range of problems including
pain, insomnia, stress
and anxiety
Licensed for 12 Dogs
and 6 Cats
Individual kennels and
enclosed exercise area
I have a particular interest
in fertility and IVF
Inspection welcome
Call to see if acupuncture
could help you.
Home visits also available
Telephone
Northampton 839013
Tel:
831199 or 07957
324586
E-mail: [email protected]
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Your local independent
travel agent
46 MAIN ROAD DUSTON
NORTHAMPTON
www.goodyertravel.co.uk
01604 757262
GEARYS MAINTENANCE
(Gardening and Fencing Specialist)
Tel: 01604 830465
Mobile: 07596011567
Mobile: 07842827018
Email: [email protected]
Fencing, lawn mowing, hedge trimming,
general garden tidy and rubbish clearance
Free quotes and advice, friendly service,
local to Kislingbury.
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SARAH-JANE'S CASTLES
BOUNCY CASTLE HIRE - INDOOR & OUTDOOR
BASED IN BUGBROOKE
TO HIRE CALL 07702821087
Brian Lawrence
Building & Decorating Contractor
4 Shoal Creek, Collingtree Park,
Northampton, NN4 0YT.
Tel: 01604 675567 Fax: 01604 675567
Mobile 07860 509043
Email: [email protected]
Established since 1957
Local Authority and Diocesan Approved Contractor
All aspects of building, general maintenance
and decorating, etc.
Domestic and Commercial
Free advice and quotation service
Contact James Lawrence
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The Parish Church of St Luke - Services at St Luke’s
Wednesday 6th January
Sunday 10th January
Sunday 17th January
Sunday 24th January
Sunday 31st January
9.30am
Holy Communion (Book of Common Prayer)
11.15am WORSHIP FOR ALL
11.15am Holy Communion
8.00am
Holy Communion (Book of Common Prayer)
11.15am Service of The Word
NO SERVICE AT KISLINGBURY
10.30am United Service at Rothersthorpe Parish Church
St Patrick’s Catholic Church Duston
Priest in Residence: Fr Benny Joseph MSFS
The Presbytery, 28 Peveril Rd, Duston, NN5 6JW. Tel:01604 714556
or Deacon Michael O’Leary: 01604 858864
Times
Mass: Saturday for Sunday 6.00pm
Sunday 9.30am
(Mass in the Malayalam language 5.00pm on second Sunday each month)
Friday 7.00pm Mass in the Malayalam language
Confessions: Saturday 6.45pm
Kislingbury & Upton Baptist Church
Sunday Services - 10.30am every week which includes a children’s group and 6.15pm
on the third Sunday of each month preceded by an informal tea at 5.00pm.
Messy Church – aimed at families, this is an opportunity for young children to learn
about Jesus in a fun and messy way, activities include games, crafts, songs and an
informal tea. We meet on the first Sunday of each month at Upton Meadows Primary
School at 4.00pm to 6pm.
Prayer Meeting - 9.30 to 10.30 every Tuesday at the Church. If you have prayer
requests let our Pastor know or drop a note in the letter box.
Men Together – an opportunity for men to get together, sometimes to hear a speaker
other times just to chat, they meet monthly on alternate Wednesday evenings and
Saturday mornings.
Kizzletots – A toddler group which meets at the Church from 9.30 to 11.30 every
Thursday during term time, includes singing and refreshments.
Upton Tots - A toddler group which meets at the Elgar Centre, Upton from 10.15 to
12.15 every Thursday during term time, includes crafts, stories and refreshments.
Talking Point – A group for Mums with small babies meets every Wednesday from
10.30 to 12.30 at 16 Mill Pond Drive, Upton. Health Visitors are present on a regular
basis.
Upton Breakfasts – why not join us for breakfast at a restaurant at Sixfields on the third
Saturday of the month.
Photographic Club - meets on the first Monday of each month at the Church.
Book Club – Aimed at women and meets on the fourth Tuesday of each month at 8pm.
Church Walks – if you like getting out in the fresh air then why not join us a walk
somewhere around Northampton, these take place approximately once a month on a
Saturday morning.
For more information on any of the above please contact our Pastor - Marilyn Webb
16 Mill Pond Drive, Upton. Telephone: 01604 454243. Mobile: 07931 436852
Email: [email protected] Website: www.kislingburybaptist.org.uk
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ELLIOTT’S
Traditional Family
Butchers and Delicatessen
High quality products at competitive prices.
All our meat is from our own farm or locally sourced.
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Dry Cured Bacon, Homemade Sausages and Burgers.
A fine selection of Homemade Prize Winning Pork Pies,
Chicken & Ham Pies, Meat Pies and ready meals.
Large selection of Cheeses and Cooked Meats.
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Catering for business lunches, fork and finger buffets,
dinner parties and every day dining.
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Kislingbury
01604 831533
Free parking outside shop
Hodges Lane, opposite the Church
Towcester
01327 350454
Market Square, Towcester
Free parking available
www.elliottsbutchers.co.uk
www.elliottsdeli.co.uk
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