|Posted by Tracey on September 23, 2011 at 3:40 PM||comments (0)|
Twenty cars were recently caught speeding in Pidley on the 3rd August between 1645 and 1800 by Speedwatch. Parshioners are requested to contact the Clerk if they are interested in setting up the scheme in the Parish. We had some interest some time ago but for various reasons this waned. Please meail me at email@example.com .
|Posted by Tracey on October 26, 2010 at 9:06 AM||comments (0)|
CHURCH 100 DRAW WINNERS
£5.00 1. Miss S Johnson 2. K Plant 3. Mr A Wootten 4. Miss P Peaks 5. Mrs M Edwards 6. M Scott 7. MrsR Brown 8. Ms Emma Armstrong 9. Mr D Smith
Last Draw £5.00 Miss S Johnson
£10.00 Mrs SOwen
£25.00 Catriona Rowbury
£50.00 Mrs B Garlick
|Posted by Tracey on August 6, 2010 at 3:55 PM||comments (0)|
The Ramsey Neighbourhood Team wanted to highlight a recent case of rogue trading in the county. The scam involved a number of leaflets being posted through doors purporting to be from a children's charity called Unwanted Clothing, SOS Support Limited. The leaflets asked for donations to the charity which were to be collected by volunteers later in the week. One resident became suspicious and contacted the Police. Enquiries were made with a similarly named company based in Cambridge who confirmed that they had not distributed leaflets in the area and that this was indeed one of a number of similar scams reported throughout the country. This follows a recent case reported to the Police by Trading Standards in which persons have been knocking on doors stating that they are collecting for the Deaf Society. Enquiries have been made with Deaf UK who have informed the Police that they do not use door to door canvassers.
Enquiries are now ongoing to identify the people responsible for both of these scams.
Historically, elderly and vulnerable persons in the community have fallen victim to this type of crime. Please look out for your neighbours and if you are unsure of anything posted through your door or want to report any type of suspicious activity, contact the Cambridgeshire Constabulary for advice on 0345 456 456 4.
|Posted by Tracey on August 6, 2010 at 6:59 AM||comments (0)|
PIDLEY CUM FENTON NEWSLETTER AUGUST 2010
PIDLEY VILLAGE HALL AND SOCIALCLUB
Congratulationsto our domino team on finishing as runners up in the league. Well done Adi onwinning the league singles and captains, also the Adi and Paul on winning theleague pairs
BINGO AT 7.30P.M ON AUGUST 12TH AND 26TH
All Saints' services are as follows:
Sunday 1st August9am Communion Sunday 8th August 9am Morning PrayerSunday 15th August 9am Communion Sunday 22nd August 6pm EvensongSunday 29th August 10.30am Benefice Service 6pm Songsof Praise.
All Saints Church PidleyAugust Bank Holiday (Saturday/Sunday/Monday) 11a.m. to 5p.m.
Songs of Praise Sunday 6pm
Cream Teas/Local Produce/Bric a brac and books
We would be extremely grateful if you could let us have: bric a brac: books;
or let us have any homegrown veggies you have spare from yourgarden.
We can collect ring Kevin on 840834 or Christine 843865 to arrangecollection
Pidley International Teddy Bear Freefall Completion2010
Saturday 4th September at Rookery Farm near Pidley forthe annual Pidley International Teddy Bear Freefall Competition. From10am there will be a host of fun family events, including the launch of tenteddy bears from the skies overhead (thanks to Cambridge Aero Club for itssupport), sponsored by local companies and organisations, each hoping to landnearest the target and win. The event is free to enter andchildren should bring their teddy along for the best dressed teddycompetition. It's is organised by the Pidley MountainRescue Team with all proceeds going to help local people
Pidley Village Hall/Social Club the home of PMRTSince 2002 the Pidley Village Hall/SocialClub has raised the grand total of £12,290.40 for the PMRT, which is a greatachievement. This has been raised by many Dances and Social Events which havealso provided enjoyment for all who participated. This has been done with thehelp of the Pidley Village Hall/Social Club volunteer staff and all thegenerous people over the years who have given willingly.
PIDLEY BAPTIST CHAPEL SUNDAY 10.45 AM AND 6.00P.M 2.30PM.SUNDAY SCHOOL (ALLCHILDREN WELCOME) THURSDAYS 7.00P.M. PRAYER MEETING AND BIBLESTUDY
|Posted by Tracey on August 6, 2010 at 6:14 AM||comments (0)|
There has been a significant increase in the number of walkers straying from the designated Public Footpaths within the parish. The footpaths are well signposted despite persistant vandalism of the signs. Many signs are made and maintained by landowners and are there for the interests of the public.
A right of way is a path that anyone has a legal right to use on foot and sometimes using other modes of transport:
Public Footpaths are open to walkers only
Public Bridleways are open to walkers, horse-riders and cyclists
Restricted Byways are open to all non-motorised users: walkers, horse-riders, cyclists and horse-drawn vehicles
Dogs need to kept on leads if requested by landowners as the Parish has areas which are home to rare ground nesting bird species (RSPB category RED ~species of high conservation concern) which dogs caneasily damage and disturb.
The public are asked to keep to footpaths for their own safety as the Parish has many working farms with agricultural vehicles as well as a golf course and paintballing business which could endanger straying walkers.A person who strays from a right of way, or uses it other than for passing or repassing commits trespass against the landowner. Trespass is a civil matter- A landowner can use 'reasonable force' to compel a trespasser to leave.
I will upload a map detailing rights of way as soon as possible.
For further general information please read: www.ramblers.org.uk and the definitive reference guide to footpath law in England and Wales is 'Rights of Way :a guide to law and practice known as The Blue Book more information can be found at: http://www.ramblers.org.uk/info/publications/bluebook.html