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Easenhall In The Revel Magazine:

April:

The Easenhall Village Community Annual General Meeting took place on 21 March. Thank you to everyone who attended and contributed to the discussions. Welcome onboard to our new committee members! Your committee for the following year are:
Chairperson – Nicky Main
Deputy Chairperson – Helen Rathbone
Treasurer – Sue Stone
Secretary – Gill Ward
Horticultural Section – Chris Priddey
Parish Council representative – George Rathbone
Social Secretary – Carole Lakey
Six Ordinary Members – Norman Clarke, Monica Lockwood, Don Giblin, Martin Owen, Margaret Campbell, Jane Danger
Co-opted Member – Keith Tarlton
Webmaster - Cameron Ward

The committee thanked all those who plan, manage, co-ordinate and deliver our events and activities each year. Your efforts are appreciated and make for a busy and enjoyable social calendar in the village.

After over 42 years of service, Margaret Campbell has stepped down as Secretary and will instead enjoy the village community and events as part of our general committee. The village is indebted to Margaret not only for her outstanding contribution as Secretary but also for all the work she has done quietly behind the scenes to keep our community spirit alive and active. Never seeking attention or thanks, she has quietly kept the wheels on the Easenhall “community bus” turning for over 40 years! Margaret, we welcome your ongoing support in any way you want to give it and will do our best to carry your work forward.

Village litter pick - thank you to everyone who turned out to help on a glorious Spring day. Thanks also to those villagers who couldn’t make it on the day but cleared substantial sections beforehand – it made all the difference. It was noted that Harborough had held their litter pick the day before which made picking Harborough Road slightly less eventful than usual (hurrah) although the stretch past Town Thorns was rather more challenging (less of a hurrah). Lunch afterwards provided by Sue and Mike Stone was most welcome. Thanks too to those who pick up a few bits regularly when out walking or call the Council to collect fly tipping, its appreciated. Sadly, it’s become an all year-round job.

Cat news - some villagers may have spotted a ginger tom around the village last month; assumed to be a stray. He was recently found injured and taken to the RSPCA for repair, neutering, chipping and ear tagging. He has been returned to Easenhall - reports of any sightings would be appreciated via the Easenhall website.

Message from Easenhall Parish Council - in order to keep the village greens in the pristine condition they are in, we would ask if people could refrain from parking on the grass. Thank you.

Message from Easenhall Parish Council - in order to keep the village greens in the pristine condition they are in, we would ask if people could refrain from parking on the grass. Thank you.

Neighbourhood Watch - please be aware of recent house breaking and entering in Pailton and Brinklow - if you have information that you believe may be connected to this incident, please contact the Police on 101, quoting the incident number given.  Please remain vigilant around your area and report suspicious persons, vehicles or activity to the Police on 101. Information can also be given anonymously to the Independent Charity, Crimestoppers, by calling 0800 555 111 or by visiting their website: www.crimestoppers-uk.org.

March:

Best wishes to Margaret Elson who is currently recuperating at St Mary's, Harborough Magna.

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