The Parish Council will continue to follow government guidance but the Leeds Hall will be open to hire from 19 July 2021.
Further information on the rates and costs is available on the hire page.
The Parish Council office will be open to the public every Wednesday morning from 9am to 1pm.
Enquiries/messages can be left at any time. Telephone: 01733 222037 or email the Parish Council.
As many of you may have noticed the village sign was sadly damaged in bad weather last year. It is currently being looked after by the Parish Council. Suppliers for renovating or renewing the sign are currently being sourced. Due to the unique nature of these signs this can take time and the pandemic has slowed the process somewhat.
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Enquiries/messages can be left by email or answerphone – please see details below.
These will be responded to regularly.
Telephone: 01733 222037
Or use the form here.
Clerk to the Parish Council
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