Cadeby Parish Council News
30 July 2019Cadeby Fete 2019
THE RAIN came down but Cadeby Fete had things covered, as the annual village church fundraiser sailed ahead despite the weather.
A fully-fitted tea and entertainment marquee, dog show tent and stalls under canvas meant fete-goers hardly felt a drop as they enjoyed all the traditional attractions, plus live music and a Pimm’s bar in the glorious grounds of Manor Farm on Saturday July 27.
The event, which was attended by Bosworth Benefice Priest in Charge, the Revd Mark Poskitt and new curate the Revd Ann Hall, raised £ 3,472 towards the ongoing maintenance and preservation of the Grade II* listed village church.
Unsold donations of good quality clothes and white elephant wares have been donated to Mind, the mental health charity, British Heart Foundation and the Air Ambulance service.
Cadeby Churchwarden Janet Hicklin, who opened the fete, said: “On behalf of Cadeby Church, I’d like to say a big thank you to everyone who made the fete possible and everyone who turned up and supported us in spite of the rain. We really do appreciate it.
“And special thanks must go to our amazing hosts, Jane and Louis Massarella, without whom none of it would have been possible. We hope the rain will help their garden get back to looking lovely again very soon.”
A record-breaking raffle raised £961, with prizes donated by Cadeby and Market Bosworth-based businesses FP McCann, The Black Horse, Bosworth Hall Hotel, Co-op, Pink Gin Boutique, Lily & Mabel, as well as The Hercules Revived in Sutton Cheney, Conkers Discovery Centre and others.
A family fun dog show, which also included pedigree and puppy classes, was sponsored by Pingle Pets & K9 Kampus, on Ashby Road, with a visiting pooch from Yorkshire crowned Best in Show.
Attractions included a working display by Hinckley Model Railway Society, in a nod to Cadeby’s most famous former ‘Steam Vicar’, the Revd Teddy Boston, who appeared as The Fat Clergyman (not to be confused with The Fat Controller) in the Thomas the Tank Engine books.
The church in which Mr Boston served is opened daily by village volunteers who are currently raising money to replace the main church path with a more attractive and safer surface.
17 July 2019Cadeby Defibrillator
The Cadeby Defibrillator has now been installed in the Church Hall and is expected to be ready for use shortly.
There will be a meeting in Cadeby Church Hall at 7pm on Friday 30th August, when Wendy Johnson of Community Heartbeat Trust will be leading a cardiac response seminar.
Anyone who is interested is welcome to attend.
04 July 2019Parish Council Meeting
There will be a Parish Council Meeting in the Church Hall at on Thursday 11th July at 7pm.
All welcome, agenda attached.
Residents may be interested in the visit from Bosworth Links who are seeking support from village Parish Councils with their plans to extend very successful Market Bosworth archaeological digs.
Many community volunteers have assisted in finds going back to neolithic times.
28 June 2019Cadeby Community Development Trust Annual Meeting
CADEBY COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT TRUST ANNUAL MEETING
THURSDAY JULY 25TH CHURCH HALL - 7 PM
- APOLOGIES (nb all Trustees stand for three years current Trustees are I Smith, P Brankin, J Shepherd, Chris Freeman, J Lane - PC Representative)
- APPOINTMENT OF CHAIRMAN
- RECEIVE 2018/19 ACCOUNTS
- RECENT PROJECTS
- FUTURE PROJECTS
- AOB inc suggested projects for next year onwards
19 June 2019Cadeby Fete Dog Classes
The Cadeby Fete Fun Dog show classes have been announced and can be downloaded here.
19 June 2019Advance Notice of Surface Dressing
From Leicestershire County Council
Surface Dressing Notification of Works.
The following roads in your Parish have surface dressing works programmed for this summer period, some may have already been completed.
Sutton Lane, Wood Lane and Church Lane – end of June.
Surface dressing is a preventative maintenance treatment that seals the road surface, extends the life of the road, reduces the occurrence of potholes and increases skid resistance by laying chippings on a bitumen “glue” and then rolling them into the surface. Excess chippings are swept up and then compacted further by vehicular traffic. Road markings are replaced afterwards. The works are quick moving and, dependent upon the road length numerous sites can be completed in a day. The scheduling of the visit will depend upon the size of stone being used, and it may be necessary to visit your village at the beginning and end of the season. The treatment is weather dependant, and whilst we will try to work to a programme some slippage will be expected for wet weather, and some roads may have to be reprogrammed for either later this year or for next year. Residents of roads affected in the Parish will receive the attached leaflet 1 working day prior to the works so that arrangements can be made to move any vehicles.
Should you require any further information please contact CustomerServices@leics.gov.uk