Eardisland Parish Magazine

The magazine is edited by Chris Bivand, and published by Eardisland Parish Council six times a year.

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Latest Issue - September 2018

Eardisland Parish Magazine September 2018

EDITORIAL

In three articles in this magazine: the Parish Council report, Mark Hicks’ letter, and the Footpath Officers report, the serious issue of dog mess is highlighted. However, this has escalated to the point where a member of the village community has been physically assaulted. The police have been informed and are investigating. Clearly, this is entirely unacceptable, and I sincerely hope that dog owners will take their responsibilities to remove their dog’s mess seriously. Assault is a different matter completely and a matter for criminal prosecution.

On a happier note, every year I publish Christmas messages in the November edition in lieu of sending cards to friends and neighbours in the parish – the money saved goes to a charity of your choice. Please let me have your message, if you wish to take part, together with the charity (not the amount of your contribution).

As promised in the last edition, I have published the obituary for Michael Boulton, written by Lady Anya Sainsbury – please see page 4. I am grateful for her permission to use this interesting eulogy.

The Parish Council has agreed the publication dates for the Eardisland Parish Magazine for 2019. These are with the Village Diary on page 3.
After one of the hottest years on record, the weather has well and truly broken, with rain and chilly nights. Doug’s weather report puts the statistics in perspective.

Congratulations to Emma Reddock, who is now Emma Weatherall, with husband Owen.

 

Chris Bivand

 

 

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