Goole Not Swinging This Weekend…

 

ABP will be carrying out essential safety maintenance on South Dock Road Bridge in Goole.

ABP in Goole owns and operates various road bridges in the town, and the South Dock Bridge on Bridge Street (A161) is due for essential maintenance to ensure it remains safe for public use. In order to carry out this work the company will need to close the bridge for a temporary period to ensure the work can be carried out safely.
To minimise disruption, work will take place over two weekends on

6am Saturday 23rd September to 5am Monday 25th September
and
6am Saturday 30th September to 5am Monday 2nd October. 

There will be a 30 mile diversion in place for vehicles. Pedestrians will have alternative access via South Street across the port onto Aire Street.

“We would like to apologise for the disruption this essential safety work on the bridge will cause.” said Chris Green, port manager for Goole & Hull.

However ….

Crowle will be swinging this weekend 1940’s style.

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Community Champions

Please show your support to help continue with our commitment to our village of Eastoft with planting of bulbs etc.

By using your Coop dividend card you will be helping support the garden club and the community

S15 General Community Champions

Until the end of November, Community Champions benefits a wide range of local community groups, charities and organisations in your area.

Every time a member shops in a Lincolnshire Co-op outlet, a donation will be made through the scheme. Staff fundraising and the carrier bag levy will also go into the pot.

You’ll find a list of all the groups below – and it will also be displayed on the totem stands in your outlets. And of course, just check your receipt to see who you’ll be helping!

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Broadband Update

Broadband for the rest of the village and how it is progressing.

I have been invited to a meeting with the two North Lincs councillors and others on the 13th September in Scunthorpe to try and get the ball rolling properly with regard to funding.

I am not sure yet what Openreach are proposing but I expect to find out at the above date. I am happy to take any comments desires to the meeting if I get any chance to actually propose anything.

My personal opinion is that we should push for FTTdp/node that will then negate any problems that DO exist on the copper/aluminium cable that is in the ground and also for those who are a long way out.

Openreach could easily treat us as a pilot for the technology which has been around for quite a while now.

If there is any interest I can give you an overview of the technology in laymans terms so you can understand what you would get. The major change would be that you could get rid of your landline and port your number over VoIP and run that down the same fast fibre connection.

This would also avoid having to dig up gardens etc and the final leg of the service would be over the existing overhead which would not affect the actual speed of the service to any extent.

Some of the extra small cost of the fibre service would be recouped by not having to pay as much a £18.95 a quarter for your landline.

That’s just a quick overview.

Please contact me at tony@advanced-comms.co.uk

Please do comment as required.

JOOI I am the big guy who moved in about 2 years ago who is married to Fiona who walks the dog.

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Back To School

Tuesday 5th September
School Re-opens – Events linked to the Tour of Britain

On the 5th of September the Tour of Britain cycle event will be passing through Eastoft, we are hoping to take the children down to watch late morning/early afternoon and would like it if the children could come to school wearing non-uniform but something green.
Reception/F2 will be staying in school as the event in not age appropriate.

http://www.eastoft.n-lincs.sch.uk/

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Church Services – September 2017

Church Services – September 2017

The Marshland Benefice is a team of churches working together.
You are welcome to come to services in any of our churches.

Church and Chapel Contacts:

Priest in charge: Revd Justine Smith 01405 704626 justine.smith@sheffield.anglican.org

Adlingfleet: Dave Hanney 07932 868047
Eastoft: Trevor Barker 01724 710616; Ian Bishop 01724 798756
Swinefleet: Revd Justine Smith 01405 704626 justine.smith@sheffield.anglican.org
Whitgift: Jill Rudd 01405 704325; Miriam Drayton 01405 704240

Methodist Church: Revd Linda Day (Superintendent Minister) 01405 869701

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Paint Your Bike Green

Best Decorated House & Business Competition

Is your house dressed up to the nines in bunting or flags for the Tour of Britain? Or does your business look the bee’s knees with a decorated bicycles in the window?

Apply now for the Best Decorated House and Best Decorated Business in North Lincolnshire. Business and houses big and small – both on and off the Tour of Britain route – are all welcome to apply; as long as you’re showing your Tour of Britain pride, you could be in with a chance of winning.

The winner of the Best Decorated House competition will receive a gift voucher worth £100 and the Best Decorated Business will win a commemorative plaque. Both prizes will be presented on the winners podium on race day, Tuesday 5 September. The deadline for applications is midnight on Monday 28 August 2017.

Fill in the form on www.nltour.co.uk/competitions to let us know if your house or business would like to enter this competition.

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Multi-Sports Days

Eastoft School Multi-Sports (2 days)

For boys and girls aged 7-11.

Take part in a variety of different sports, such as: rounders, dodgeball, cricket, hockey, football and many more. Children will learn new skills, improve their teamwork and develop their confidence in a fun and inclusive environment.

All coaches are DBS checked and first aid trained.

Wednesday 9th August– Multi Sports Eastoft Primary School 9am-3pm (7-11 yrs).
Thursday 10th August – Multi Sports Eastoft Primary School 9am-3pm (7-11 yrs).
9am – 3pm both days

£25 pays for the Wednesday and Thursday sessions ( £15 per day individually)

https://www.fundamentalpeandsport.co.uk/

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