Saturday, 21 April 2018

Please Sign Up

If you would like to come to the First responders Course on Thursday 26th April, please can you sign the list at the Post Office. The First Responders need to know how much equipment they need to bring. 

Friday, 20 April 2018

Great Britain Tour steam train coming through.

On Monday 23rd April 45699 Galatea will be Southbound on the Great Britain Tour. It will arrive at Oxenholme station 21:39 for passengers to leave the train, then continue to Carnforth.

On Wednesday 25th April it will re start it's journey southbound from Grange over Sands at 8:35 Carnforth 8:53 Lancaster 9:06.  Pat Williams.

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Tuesday, 17 April 2018

Report and Invite from Natland Parish Council

Here is the NATLAND PARISH COUNCIL REPORT for the year ending 31 March 2018 and invitation to the ANNUAL PARISH MEETING on Thursday 10 May 2018 in the Village Hall at 7.30 pm. It's a chance to air your views about everything you like, and don't like, about Natland.

Monday, 16 April 2018

Bright new welcome on Natland Road

The new Natland planter greeting people entering the village courtesy of my mum and dad (Tony and Sandra Heap) and David Peters for getting the go ahead from the Parish Council and Highways authority.
Nigel Heap.

Tuesday, 10 April 2018

More Time Slots available for booking at the Village Hall

From September 2018 additional times will become available for hirers (new and old) to book at the village hall.

Both large and small halls are now available every morning from Monday to Friday 8.30am-1pm and in the afternoon as well on a Thursday, 1-5.30pm. This means that all day 8.30 - 5.30pm is available on Thursdays in the large hall and on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays in the small hall.

Coffee Morning in St.Mark's Church



There will be a Coffee Morning in the church vestry on  Thursday 19 April 10.30. 


Coffee/tea and biscuits. £1.50. Raffle. All proceeds for the Samaritans.

Sunday, 8 April 2018

Monday Club Meeting

On 16th April at 2pm members will meet in the Village Hall when the speaker will be Mr Gordon Fletcher who will give  a talk on "Greenland, icecap and icebergs."
Refreshments and Book stall will follow as usual.

Friday, 6 April 2018

Planning Permission Granted

Planning permision for extra care residential development (80 apartments with communal facilities, and 24 bungalows), with vehicular access and landscaped garden on OS Field No. 6510, south of Fell Close, off Burton Road Oxenholme, LA9 7ER was granted at a recent South Lakeland District Council planning meeting. Click here for more details. The application number was SL/2017/0620.

Wednesday, 4 April 2018

Natland Parish Council - Minutes of the last meeting - and Pre-School News

Our depleted band of councillors (no one has yet come forward to fill two vacant seats), considered highways (still potholed), the litter hunt, election matters and the forthcoming annual meeting, and two planning applications at their meeting of the 26th March.  It also reported on a letter that had been received telling them about the Pre-School moving from the Village Hall into a room in the school shortly.
Good news for Pre-school maybe - they will be able to provide the 30 hours for three year olds promised by the government - but sad for the Village Hall and the long association it has had with Pre-School, and prior to that Playgroup and Mothers and Toddlers. How many Natlanders remember heaving the climbing frame from the shed, through three narrow doors and the L shaped corridor into the hall, in order to amuse our offspring?How many offspring, some now middle-aged, remember the joys of glue and paint, tricycles and action rhymes in the roomy small hall, with even more room when the large hall was built? Elspeth Jayne (ed.)

Monday, 2 April 2018

March Weather


March
2018
2017
Temperature at 8 a.m.
2.9° C
5.4° C
Minimum Temperature (Ave)
1.8° C
3.9° C
Maximum Temperature (Ave)
6.8° C
9.2° C
Rainfall
72 mm
2.9"
156.5 mm
6.3"

March came in like a lion but the lamb did not appear at the end of the month. It was colder than usual but the Easterlies gave us a fairly dry month. The winter has not been severe but has lingered and we hope for some Spring weather in April.     John Dobson.