Haxey Parish Council Information Updates
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Chairman’s Annual Report
Haxey Parish Allotment Association
Westwoodside Playing Fields Association
Local News – Haxey Parish Residents will be aware that the Parish Council took over the responsibility as Sole Trustee of the Westwoodside Playing Fields Association (WPFA) Charity in 2013 and the major improvements carried out over the last couple of years to the Foreman Carter Centre and the outdoor facilities funded by grants from North Lincolnshire Council and WPFA finances. As part of the ongoing improvement plans, the next project is to upgrade the flooring in the Centre Function Room to a high quality wooden floor. Local Contractors have been asked to quote for the replacement and will be used for any work carried out. A new wooden floor will much improve the experience of the facility for all Centre users and will also enable the room to be kept clean more easily. To help with the project, the Charity has been
Haxey Parish Cemetery
|The Nottinghamshire Minerals Local Plan Issues and Options consultation is now live. The consultation period runs for an 8 week period until the 14th January 2018. The Issues and Options consultation is the first, but an important, stage in preparing the new Plan. The document will set out the key issues that are expected to arise over the plan period to 2036 and what reasonable options we think exist to meet them. A series of questions has been included in the consultation document to aid discussion, however we also want to hear about any other issues you may wish to raise regarding future minerals development in Nottinghamshire. It is important to note that any comments made on the Nottinghamshire Minerals Local Plan withdrawn in May 2017 cannot be taken into account as part of the preparation of the new Minerals Local Plan. The Issues and Options consultation document will not be considering or identifying new quarries. This process will be undertaken at a later stage in the Plan preparation process.
The County Council is encouraging responses to be made via its online consultation system. Details of how to use the online consultation system can be found on our website at Nottinghamshire.gov.uk/minerals. By using this system it will ensure that all comments are submitted and logged using a safe and secure method. Once the consultation has closed it will then enable the submitted comments to be processed and considered in an efficient manner. Comments submitted via email or letter will still be accepted subject to a name and email or address being provided, as we cannot accept anonymous comments.
Once the consultation event has finished we will consider all of the responses and where appropriate these will be used to inform the development of a draft Minerals Local Plan. Further public consultation will then be undertaken on a draft minerals plan before the final Minerals Local Plan is submitted to the Secretary of State for an Independent Examination. A timetable for the preparation of the Minerals Local Plan can be found on the County Council website.
Doncaster Sheffield Airport (DSA) are consulting on the introduction of aRea NAVigation (RNAV) Standard Instrument Departure (SID) procedures and RNAV Instrument Approach Procedures (IAPs). The adoption of the departure procedures (SIDs) requires an additional portion of controlled airspace for procedure containment to the east of DSA.
The Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) requires a formal process to any airspace change, including the introduction of, or changes to, Instrument Flight Procedures (IFPs), including SIDs and IAPs. The formal change process is captured in the UK Civil Aviation Publication (CAP725).
In order to equip you with information on the adoption of RNAV we have produced a consultation document, associated annexes and FAQâ€™s that can be accessed on our website www.flydsa.co.uk/about-us/dsaconsultation<http://www.flydsa.co.uk/about-us/dsaconsultation>.
You are invited to respond to the consultation via our dedicated email
email@example.com<mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org> or follow the links on the DSA website to:
Please indicate clearly that this is your RESPONSE to the consultation.
DSA has a strong bond with its communities and we would like a rounded response to this consultation. It is important that a full array of opinions is captured to see where improvements can be achieved, but in the same vein positive responses are also valued to monitor the acceptance of what DSA is trying to achieve. In so doing, it would be particularly helpful if emails highlight the response being made as follows:
A nil return is considered helpful even if you have nothing to add;
Neither especially in favour or not in favour;
Not in favour.
RESPONSE: SUPPORT â€“ Name, Organisation etc.; and then any comments you may have.
Responses or clarifying questions made through social media channels will not be considered or answered. Please refer to Part D, point 1.2.5 in the main document for guidance regarding a query.
If you cannot submit your response by email you may do so in writing to the following address:
Doncaster Sheffield Airport Limited
Heyford House, First Avenue
Doncaster DN9 3RH
In responding by post, please use the same methodology in the title of your letter as articulated above to highlight the nature of your response.
Acknowledgement of responses
Email responses will be electronically acknowledged by automatic response email. Responses sent by post will not be acknowledged; if confirmation of receipt is required please use a recorded delivery service. Responses received after the closing date will be logged and stored but not analysed.
We will not enter into correspondence with individual respondents on issues relating to this consultation other than to answer clarifying questions until the consultation period has ended and all responses have been collated and analysed.
The CAA requires that all consultation material, including copies of responses from consultees and others, is included in any formal submission to the CAA.
DSA undertakes that, apart from the necessary submission of material to the CAA and essential use by our consultants for analysis purposes, DSA will not disclose any personal details or content of individual responses to any third parties. Our consultants are signatories to confidentiality agreements in this respect. The CAA will however publish all consultation material including responses received (albeit redacted) on their website.
DSA will treat all responses with due care and sensitivity. If you do not want your personal details to be forwarded to the CAA, please let us know.
All data passed to the CAA is bound by the Data Protection Act.
The consultation will run from the 25 September 2017 to 15 December 2017.
For information on free services for Carers in North Lincolnshire please visit www.carerssupportcentre.com
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|Egdon Hatfield Moor Proposed Lines|
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Newbigg Traffic & and Parking Issues
This group operates within a small area of Westwoodside covering residents in Akeferry Road, Doncaster Road, Nethergate, Sandbeds Lane, Thinholm Lane and Holm Road.
It has been quite powerful in bringing residents concerns to the attention of the North Lincolnshire Council and the local police.
Axholme Bridleways Association
A BRIDLEWAY IS NOT JUST FOR HORSES, it is a multi-user track for walkers, dog walkers, runners, cyclists, horse riders.
Axholme Bridleways Association was founded in 2012 in response to the Countryside and Rights of Way Act 2000 which states that rights of way already in existence on 1 January 1949, but not shown on the definitive map and statement by 1 January 2026, will be extinguished. The Association’s aim is to ensure that the Council’s definitive maps are up-to-date and accurate by the 2026 deadline enabling existing routes to be preserved and others upgraded/created where possible.
If you are passionate about walking, riding, cycling or running in our local countryside, then join us! There’s influence in numbers and your membership will make all the difference. An annual subscription of £5 per year brings you regular updates, plus fab ‘vouchers off’ for local businesses (under 18s membership is just £1 a year).
Haxey Planning Group meet the Monday prior to a Parish Council meeting to discuss the monthly applications and to make recommendation for the Full Council to consider at the Parish Council meeting.
The East Riding and Northern Lincolnshire Local Councils Association, known as ERNLLCA, is an independent body which supports parish and town councils in the North Lincolnshire, North East Lincolnshire and the East Riding of Yorkshire. There is an equivalent organisation for each “shire county” area or equivalent in the country and all of these bodies, which are known as County Associations, join together as members of the National Association of Local Councils, or as it is more commonly known, NALC.
ERNLLCA is funded wholly by its members and does not receive any support from any of Principal Authorities or from the Government and exists purely for the benefit of its member parish and town councils. It works closely with Principal Authorities, Government Departments, Professional Bodies, Government Agencies and the Voluntary Sector to promote and support the work of member councils.
ERNLLCA operates a bottom-up approach to its governance. All member councils have the opportunity to meet once a quarter through a system of District Committees. Each council may send any number of representatives to these meetings but only two may vote. Each District Committee elects representatives to serve on ERNLLCA’s Executive Committee and the Executive Committee elects a delegate to the meetings of the National Association of Local Councils. Cllr David Knowles is Haxey Parish Council’s District Committee Representative and is also a member of the Executive Committee.
ERNLLCA’s website can be viewed at www.ernllca.org.uk
Humberside Police – Isle of Axholme Area
Inspector – Tim Harvey
PC – Jane Proud
Community Support Officer – Susan Fahy, Stewart Pearson and Sarah Lister
Epworth police station is open:
Tuesday and Thursday 9am – 3pm
Police surgery – Haxey library:
First Monday in the month 3pm – 4pm
You are welcome to call and talk to officers at Epworth and Haxey on subjects effect parish policing.
St Nicholas Closed Churchyard
Haxey Parish Charities
HAXEY PARISH COMBINED CHARITY
Haxey Parish Combined Charity has 9 Trustees, all with local knowledge or interests. The Charity is registered with the Charity Commission.
Main Objectives of the Charity
Any person, who has resided in the Parish for two years or more, wishing to be considered for a Valentines gift please apply in writing to the Secretary. Applications are considered by the Trustees at the Annual General Meeting held shortly before Valentine’s Day.
Tools of the Trade
The Trustees of the Haxey Parish Combined Charity can offer to young people from the Parish, who are setting up or learning a trade, either by an apprenticeship, further or university education, a bursary to help offset some of the costs in purchasing their Tools of the Trade.
The Trustees also make contribution towards fuel, or travelling expenses incurred by relatives and friends while visiting people, from the Parish, who are having a stay in hospital or respite care in a hospice or hospital.
Anyone wishing to know more about the Charity or interested in applying for assistance, who lives in the Parish of Haxey, please contact the Secretary:
Mrs. Amanda Hather, Levels Farmhouse, Doncaster Road, Westwoodside DN9 2EJ.
Telephone 01427 753887
or email email@example.com.
HAXEY ENDOWED SCHOOL ESTATE
Haxey Endowed School Estate is a registered charity with the Charity Commission and has 11 Trustees, all with local knowledge or interests.
Main objective of the Charity
The Charity was formed with the aim to assist in the education and help for the children of the Parish.
Being Church of England Schools, children educated in the two Schools are presented with Bibles. In year 2 the children receive a Children’s Bible and those children leaving the Primary Schools at year 6 receive a Rainbow Good News Bible at the annual School Leavers’ Thanksgiving Service.
Secretary Contact Details:
Mrs. Amanda Hather, Levels Farmhouse, Doncaster Road, Westwoodside DN9 2EJ.
or email firstname.lastname@example.org.