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Around the Village

Church Services – February 2018

Church Services – February 2018

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

Please contact Justine for baptism, wedding and funeral enquiries.

Adlingfleet: Dave Hanney 07932 868047

Eastoft: Trevor Barker 01724 710616; Ian Bishop 01724 798756

Swinefleet: Revd Justine Smith 01405 704626

Whitgift: Jill Rudd 01405 704325; Miriam Drayton 01405 704240


Methodist Church: Revd Peter Barnett 01405 896701


The Marshland Benefice

All Saints ADLINGFLEET; St Bartholomew EASTOFT

St Margaret SWINEFLEET; St Mary Magdalene WHITGIFT


Part of the King’s Causeway Mission Partnership

in the Snaith and Hatfield Deanery

Diocese of Sheffield

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Great Recognition

 Its great recognition and thanks to all who helped clear, tidy and plant for the good of the village. Its a great starting point for what can be achieved in the future by all working together. Its in the name of our gardening club but was a true joint effort by the club, the school children, members of our PC and residents in general. I look forward to the development’s in coming years. This type of project takes time, it’s not an overnight event. Roll on 2018

Peter Walker
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Update to Eastoft Superfast Broadband


Update to Eastoft Superfast Broadband.

Eastoft Broadband Extension (Community Funded)

We have just had the second meeting with North lincs Council re getting superfast broadband into the rest of the village (we being the committee formed to get things moving and accessing grants etc.)

The meeting was to formalise where we needed to go next with applying for grant funding to meet the cost of getting BT/Openreach to supply the infrastructure (there is no competition in the village unfortunately) and to ask a few questions mostly of a technical nature.
We are looking now to formalise the structure of the committee and take this on as fast as we can to realise our wish for decent broadband speeds for everyone in the village that wants them.
We will know more by the time of our next meeting and will seek to keep you all up to date as much as we can. Please encourage those who you know will not read this that we are working for everyone not just those on facebook.

Any questions please ask an we will try our best to answer but please be aware we are at a very early stage and may not yet have an answer. Either on here or through me will be fine.

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The Great Apple Bake Off

Sunday is Apple Day

Apple Day is on Sunday 22nd October, and will have a whole load of exciting games, prizes, activities and competitions!

This Sunday October, Hall Farm will be hosting The Great Apple Bake Off as part of our Apple Day celebrations!

We’re calling on you lot to show us your most tantalisingly tasty apple bakes to put before our judges!
Your bake can be anything from a classic apple pie to a pork and Cider pasty.

The only rules are: It has to be baked, it has to contain apples, and of course, it has to be delicious!

Get creative with it or keep it simple- it’s totally up to you!

We’ll have a junior bake off and an adult one, so don’t be put off! Any age or ability can enter!

Entry is just £1 per person, which includes access to our orchard as many times as you like to collect fresh apples FREE of charge! You can practice as much as you can eat!

The winner will receive a prize selection, a trophy, and the glory of being the best apple baker around!

The event is free entry for all, but any donations made will be put straight in to the funds to improve our Care Farm facilities for kids, the elderly, and those with mental health issues, and Special mental and physical needs.

We’ll be accepting entries right up to the big day, so get in touch to let us know you’ll be entering!

See our Facebook event for more details:

Contact or call on 07715215718

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Eastoft Water Works

During week commencing 2nd October 2017 we’ll start work to upgrade the old water pipe on Washinghall Lane which is prone to bursting.

Our contract partner, Morrison Utility Services will be doing this work on our behalf and we hope to finish within 8 weeks.

We’ll start the work on Washinghall Lane near to the pumping station and continue down Washinghall Lane, our working area will finish by Leam House at Pademoor.

Whilst preparing for this work we’ve liaised with the Highways Department and to allow us to carry out the work as quickly and safely as possible we need to close Washinghall Lane to through traffic.

Access for residents within the road closure and emergency vehicles will be maintained and a fully signed diversion will be in place.

We’ll need to dig in the road and grass verges; all our working areas will be restored once we’ve finished the work.

Whilst carrying out the work there may be times when we’ll need to interrupt your water supply. Before any interruptions you’ll receive a hand delivered card notifying you of the dates and times in advance.

If you don’t live on Washinghall Lane we won’t be working outside your property, but we may need to interrupt your water supply during the work.

Registered Office Yorkshire Water Services Limited Western House Halifax Road Bradford BD6 2SZ

Registered in England and Wales No.2366682

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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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