Members of the public are welcome to attend but will be invited to speak during item 4 of the agenda only and will then be observers.

Notice and Summons to attend Parish Council meeting
Tuesday 27th April 2021 at 6.30 pm via Zoom
All welcome
AGENDA

 

1.    Welcome

2.    Apologies and approval of absences

3.    To receive declarations of member’s interests and consider dispensations

4.    Public participation

5.    To consider planning application 2021/0330/FUL 6 East Lane, Ridlington. Proposed front and rear extension.

 

 

Helen Duckering
Parish Clerk
12th April 2021

 

This meeting will take place virtually via Zoom. If you would like to join the log in details are below:

Topic: Ridlington Parish Council planning meeting
Time: Apr 27, 2021 6:30 PM London

 

Join Zoom Meeting

https://zoom.us/j/91878547448?pwd=RTdvdGZBNXZiU2VVNkFCY2FucDcyQT09
Meeting ID: 918 7854 7448
Passcode: 790751

 

Alternatively, the meeting can be accessed by telephone on one of the following numbers:

0203 481 5240

0131 460 1196

0203 051 2874

 

 

 

Please find below the link to the Minutes of the Ridlington Parish Council Planning Meeting that was held on April 1st.

Minutes – planning 01.04.21

 

Please click on the link below in order to access the recently released update – Rutland Roundup from Rutland County Council.

 

https://mailchi.mp/4712b63b2ff2/covid-19-latest-news-13352735?e=85edba0215

Church services in the Rutland Water Benefice are recommencing for Easter! There will be a service every Sunday throughout April, commencing with Holy Communion in Ridlington church on Easter Sunday at 9.30am;

Easter Lilies will be placed on the Altar on Easter Sunday 4th April: if you would like to remember a loved one, please let Louise Fox, Margie Wall or Anne Harvey know;

The flower rota will be recommencing when the church re opens in April – any queries, please contact Margie Wall;

We are seeking new members for our Parochial Church Council (PCC). If you are interested in finding out more about the role, please contact any of the current members: Bart Hellyer; Margie Wall; Louise Fox; Richard Thatcher; Andy Hoult; David Harvey; Anne Harvey. This is a great opportunity to be involved in a range of aspects and decision making about the church, including its future development. After 20 years, Maggie Mortell is stepping down (having moved out of the village 4 years ago!) We would like to thank her for her commitment and service and look forward to seeing her at Morning Prayer on Sunday 25th April;

Church cleaning rota: thank you, this month, to: Karen Baines; Anne Harvey; Jacky Morrell. We are due for a ‘Deep Clean’ w/c 29th March and 5th April so if anyone can spare an hour or two, we would be most grateful;

Following suggestions and discussions a new sound system will shortly be provided for the church. Thank you to Graham Madgwick for his advice and support.

Members of the public are welcome to attend but will be invited to speak during item 4 of the agenda only and will then be observers.

 

Notice and Summons to attend Parish Council meeting
Thursday 1st April 2021 at 6.30 pm via Zoom
All welcome
AGENDA

1.    Welcome

2.    Apologies and approval of absences

3.    To receive declarations of member’s interests and consider dispensations

4.    Public participation

5.    To consider planning application 2021/0263/PAD Jubilee Lodge, Brooke Road, Ridlington. Change of use of agricultural barn to residential dwelling.

 

Helen Duckering
Parish Clerk
29th March 2021

 

This meeting will take place virtually via Zoom. If you would like to join, the log in details are below:

Topic: Ridlington Parish Council meeting
Time: Apr 1, 2021 06:30 PM London

Join Zoom Meeting
https://zoom.us/j/93787037527?pwd=Q21xUlJWM0RtR3Fibm1tRmJad08xUT09

Meeting ID: 937 8703 7527
Passcode: 950852

 

Alternatively, the meeting can be accessed by telephone on one of the following numbers:

0203 481 5240
0131 460 1196
0203 051 2874

 

 

 

Please click on the link below in order to access the recently released Rutland Roundup from Rutland County Council.

Please note the article about the part of A6003 between Oakham and Uppingham when Network Rail are due to carry out major repairs to a bridge over the A6003 near Manton. Works are due to start on April 12th.

https://mailchi.mp/67f8f4aabc45/covid-19-latest-news-13351271?e=85edba0215

 

Dear Reader,

Everyone has been through a lot this past year, and many have had the joy and companionship of a furry four-legged friend who has joined them on their moments of exercise out in the lovely countryside.

But unfortunately, the downside and consequence of this, is that there is now excessive amounts of dog excrement left behind. Regrettably, it has been reported that there is, in particular, an abundance of uncollected dog poop in the Ridlington Playing Field and along the village lanes. We all know that the majority collect their dog’s “little package” but it is those few who don’t that are creating this unhygienic and unsightly mess.

Therefore the Trustees of the Ridlington Playing Field would like to kindly and politely remind dog owners to take their responsibilities seriously and pick up after their dogs.

Please help us to keep our playing field and village safe and clean. Remember to take your dog’s poo bag with you at all times. You can deposit the waste in the black waste bin provided in the Playing Fields.

Dog fouling is not only unsightly and unpleasant, it can be harmful to people and other animals. Did You Know… Dog waste can carry parasites such as ringworms, salmonella and tapeworms. Dog waste has also been known to contain E coli and other harmful bacteria.

So with this in mind and in light of the current circumstances, we would respectfully ask that you clean up the “little package” your four-legged furry companion leaves and dispose of it responsibly.

PLEASE BAG IT AND BIN IT
OR YOU RISK STEPPING IN IT!

THANK YOU FOR HELPING TO KEEP OUR BEAUTIFUL VILLAGE CLEAN AND SAFE.

THE TRUSTEES

Please click on the below link in order to access the recently released Rutland Roundup from Rutland County Council.

Rutland Roundup – 26th February 2021