Dear residents of Eastoft,
We are renewing the Electoral Roll for the Parish of St. Bartholomew, Eastoft.
If you wish for your name to be added to this Roll, please complete the attached application form and return it to me either by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by dropping it off at The Stables, Washinghall Lane, DN17 4PY
I’ve attached a GDPR statement explaining what we do with this information and why we need it.
Being on the Electoral Roll allows you to be eligable for membership of the Parochial Church Council at St. Bartholomews.
Due to the date of our Annual Parochical Church Meeting we need applications to be submitted by the end of tomorrow – Thursday the 21st February 2019.
Electoral Roll Officer
Lost Landscape of Heroes
To Whom it May Concern
About the Project
The “Lost Landscape of Heroes” project organised by the Landscape Heritage Research
Foundation, is a part of the Isle of Axholme and Hadﬁeld Chase Landscape. The project is
about working with local people to re-discover a lost heritage of military landscapes in the
area. The Isle played a part in all major conflicts in the 20th Century with the significant
features from WW2 being particularly obvious. With many of these remains being forgotten
and some now very much at risk, much of the military history and heritage is in danger of
being lost completely. Alongside the fieldwork and archival research being undertaken by
the project volunteers, it sets out to capture memories of the people and their experiences
before they too are lost and to record the heritage which remains.
Oral Histories & Reminiscences — ‘I Remember When …’
The memories of local people are a valuable resource. We need to record these memories
before they are lost to current research and future generations. We have a team of trained
volunteers to help record these memories, compiling them into a unique archive of local
history from the viewpoint of those who have lived there – in their own words.
We are looking for people who wish to share their memories along with any photographs,
documents or other memorabilia, with the project. For anyone who wishes to write their
memories, please fill in one of our ‘I Remember When …’ forms. We will use this information as a basis for our Project Discovery Day in March 2019. The information will also be lodged with archives locally.
The Lost Landscape of Heroes Project – part of the Isle of Axholme and Hadﬁeld Chase
Chris Percy (Lost Landscape of heroes project Manager)
103 Arundel Street
0114 272 4227
‘I Remember When …’ forms.
5 December 2018
Re: Planning Consultation for the Old Peat Works at Reading Gate Swinefleet, DN14 SDT
A number of residents in Eastoft and Luddington have raised concerns about the application by 4R Group for an organic waste recycling plant at the above address. Even though it is in the East Riding, Eastoft and Luddington are two of the closest communities to the site and I thought residents might like to be informed about it.
I have today been informed that a planning application has now been submitted by 4R and details are viewable on East Riding of Yorkshire Council’s planning website:
You can find the planning application by entering Public Access and searching reference number: 18/03711/CM
You are now able to submit any views you might have about the application to the Public Access website.
Alternatively, you can send them in via email to: email@example.com or by post. If you prefer to write in, please address your letter to:
Planning and Development Management Team,
East Riding of Yorkshire
Council, County Hall,
Beverley, HU17 98A.
When submitting your comments, please remember to include your name, address and quote the planning application reference number.
I have strong concerns about the impact the operation would have locally, particularly from a transport point of view, and I have submitted my own objection letter today. When submitting your comments, it is important to focus on aspects of the operation which would be unacceptable on planning grounds such as: highway and traffic concerns, visual impact, and noise and environmental concerns.
As our MP, I have no formal role in the determination of planning applications or appeals. Indeed, MPs are not even formally consulted on such matters. My comments on this application will receive the same weight as any other local person’s and that is why it is vital residents make their views known.
As ever, if you have any further questions about this please do not hesitate to contact me or my office.
Andrew Percy MP
North Lincolnshire Council mobile library visits Eastoft every third Friday in
St Bartholomews Square from 11.05 am to 11:25 am.
The next one is the 28th December.