Monday, 7 June 2021

Remember the Plant Stall

There are plenty of plants available in and around the church porch at the moment.

Details of how to pay are on the notice near the plants. Stock changes daily so its worth checking out what’s available every few days. 24 hour opening whilst stocks last.

Prices are always reasonable and all plants are grown locally with minimum transport miles!

The Natland Church Plant Team.

Sunday, 6 June 2021

Afternoon Tea on the Green

Natland and Oxenholme W.I. with St. Mark's Church are holding a thank you event for NHS Social Care and Frontline Workers on Monday 5th July at 3pm. Tickets are £10. Click on this link for more details. 


There is also an NHS Quiz available in the church porch. All profits to the NHS charities Together and the National Care Association.

Natland Weather Report for May

After a very dry April, May was wet! It was also cold until the last few days when we had a hot dry spell. I recorded a maximum temperature of 24 c on May 30.     John Dobson,

 May
2021
May average
Temperature at 8 a.m.
8.6° C
10.4° C
Minimum Temperature (Ave)
6.3° C
8.0° C
Maximum Temperature (Ave)
14.8° C
15.6° C
Rainfall
156 mm
6.2"
77 mm
3.1"

Wednesday, 2 June 2021

Minutes of Natland Parish Council

Highways were the theme of the evening at the Parish Council meeting of the 24th May. Click here for details.

Parish News for June

The church is slowly getting back to how it was. The flower rota has returned! We still have to wear masks and social distance though. The church is open all day on a Wednesday, starting a 10am with Holy Communion. Click here for details.

Parish Council Meeting next Monday to discuss development on the Home Field.

This is the Agenda for the meeting at 7pm on the 7th June by Zoom.

 1. Attendance and Apologies

2. Public participation - to hear any observations or questions from members of the public (public participation is by arrangement with the Clerk - email kevtherev7@hotmail.com or phone 07712-430932 and leave a message)

3. Declarations of Interest - to receive declarations by elected and co-opted members of interests in respect of items on this agenda.

4. Minutes - to agree and sign the minutes of the meeting held on 24th May 2021

5. Matters arising (not covered below)

6. Planning - to consider the following application:

SL/2021/0383  Land west of Sedgwick Road, Natland.

29 dwellings along with associated infrastructure.

7. Date of the next meeting:

(Provisionally Monday 28th June 2021 - venue to be agreed).


Sunday, 23 May 2021

Is there no end to building development in Natland?

John Inglesfield is concerned about the proposed new development on the Home Field. Click here for the full letter.

Friday, 21 May 2021

Christian Aid Week and Coffee Morning

The Christian Aid Coffee Morning on the Village Green last Tuesday.
A big THANK YOU to everyone who gave so generously to Christian Aid again this year. Over £1,800 has been raised so far. The weather for the coffee morning started terribly wet but by 10am the sun was out and it felt good to get together again. Maybe we felt for those people abroad suffering from the uncertain weather brought on by climate change. £513.10 was raised at the Coffee Morning. 

Florence Muthiani and her grandson in Kenya. Her life has changed and her community helped by the creation of this earth dam, built as a result of Christian Aid donations from people like us.                                                          Photo credit:Christian Aid/Tom Pilston

The final result for Christian Aid Week in Natland, Oxenholme and The Oaks was £2,094. Thank you very much to all you generous people.

It IS Spring. The Steam Trains are back

35018 British India Line is down for passing through Oxenholme 11:41 northbound in Saturday 22nd May. Hopefully....

Pat Williams.


Thursday, 20 May 2021

Agenda for the next Natland Parish Council Meeting

The Parish Council will be meeting on Monday 24th May at 7pm by Zoom. Here is the Agenda and here are the Rules for Public Participation.