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View from the Hill Thorpe on the Hill News
Issue No 99 June/July 2016 Bimonthly Editorial
Welcome to View from the Hill
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View from the Past by Paul Smith
Hello and welcome to my View from the Past. This month we travel back in time to 1962 and the final service outside
of the Old Chapel building on Lincoln Lane, opposite School Lane. At that time Thorpe had 3 places of worship. The building was used in
later years as a tractor store and then was demolished in the early 1980’s to make way for the new houses that now occupy the spot.
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What’s going on…...
It has been a busy couple of months in the village culminating in a successful ‘Love Your Parish Week’ conceived and organised by our Parish Clerk. Well done Janet; we think this may even be a ‘first’’ in the country! The Parish Council have plans to make this an annual event so look out for it next year and please join in where you can.
The Parish Council have also launched a closed Facebook page which already has 67 members. This is for posting positive community information with regards to events in the village. The Railway Inn also has a Facebook page so if you haven’t already done so why not take a look.
Spring has been and gone but once again the display of daffodils and snow drops in the village was tremendous, many thanks to the residents who gave of their valuable time in the past to ensure the season is enjoyed by everyone for many years to come.
The Village Plan group have been very busy and well deserve our thanks for the work that is being done on our behalf. A report is included on page 14. The THREDS groups also continue to do well. All their reports and notices of forthcoming events and meetings can be seen here in View from the Hill. Don’t forget if you live in the village you are automatically a member of THREDS, everyone’s welcome to join in with the various groups at any time.
Finally well done to everyone concerned with the Cake and Plant Stalls held in the Church on Tuesday 10th May; particularly to the organisers, helpers and those who supplied and purchased the delicious cakes, healthy looking plants and donated the raffle prizes. The fun afternoon was well attended, despite the inclement weather and a grand total of £193.75 was raised for Church Funds.
Dates for Your Diary
Date Event JUNE
Every Wed Bridge Club at 7pm. This is held in the ORC except when Parish Council Meetings are scheduled.
Sun 5th Church Service at 9.15am Sun 12th Church Service at 10.30am Mon 13th Craft Club at 7pm in the ORC Tues 14th Afternoon Tea at the Rectory from 2pm Sat 25th Summer Fayre at St Michaels School 11am until 3pm Sun 26th Church Service at 6.30pm Thurs 30th Lunch at Pennells at 12.30pm
JULY Every Wed Bridge Club at 7pm.
This is held in the ORC except when Parish Council Meetings are scheduled.
Sun 3rd Church Service at 9.15am Sun 10th Methodist Service at 9.15am Mon 11th Craft Club at 7pm in the ORC Thurs 14th Threds Walk Sun 24th Church Service at 6.30pm Mon 25th Threds Social Evening. ORC at 7pm Thurs 28th Lunch at Pennells at 12.30pm
Bus Time Table (Service 48)
Thorpe on the Hill to Lincoln: Monday to Saturday - Top of Little Thorpe Lane
7.50am 10.15am 12.15pm 2.15pm 4.15pm 6.15pm
Lincoln to Thorpe on the Hill Monday to Saturday - Lincoln Bus Station
6.40am 9am 11am 1pm 3pm 5pm
Work Guaranteed Collection & delivery service usually available.
Petrol & Diesel cars & light commercials Mechanical & Electrical repairs, tyres, clutches, exhausts etc Crypton computerised engine tuning and Diagnostic Analysis
Now offering Lincolns ONLY fuel diagnostic, cleaning and repairing service
Vehicle Rental Service now available Cars, Vans & Mini Bus Hire: Short and Long Term Hire available
Competitive Prices - Call or email Tony for a quote! Email: email@example.com
FEATHERS GARAGE & VEHICLE RENTAL
Motor Engineers Thorpe on the Hill, Lincoln,LN69BE
01522 681467 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Village Clubs and Groups
THREDS Thorpe on the Hill Residents Association
Book Club: Bridge Club: Days Out: Walks, Talks and Social Nights
Everyone Welcome. Please register your email address with Jane Taylor, email@example.com to receive regular news.
BOWLS CLUB Lawn Bowls from April to September
The Club welcomes new members. For further information please con- tact David Cuthbert on 695945.
COMMUNITY CAFE Meets in the Oliver Roper Centre
All proceeds, after baking ingredients, are sent to charities so please come along and support Charlotte and Zoe.
27th LINCOLN SCOUT GROUP Meets in the Oliver Roper Centre
The age group is 6-14 years. Please contact Fran Firth on 686616, 07952 480708 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org
TOTH PLAYGROUP Established over 40 years ago
Being situated now in a purpose built classroom in the grounds of St Mi- chael’s Primary School gives the playgroup a strong link with the school.
Contact Jayne O’Keefe on 07949 371609 or email Thorpe.email@example.com for all the details
Railway Inn: Pool and Darts Teams. Players required. Contact Carly & Michael Bray Tel: 681499
Thorpe Park: Golf Club Membership / Driving Range Lincoln Golf Centre Tel: 686340
Bar, Restaurant, Camping and Rooms to let.
Restaurant Opening Times Wednesday 12-2pm and 5-8pm Thursday 12-2pm and 5-8pm
Friday 12-2pm and 5-9pm Saturday 12-8pm
Sunday 12-3pm Carvery Only
Tel: 01522 681499
Meat Raffle - Proceeds to Childrens Brain Tumour Research Centre Queens Medical Centre, Nottingham
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THREDS CRAFT CLUB
The first meeting of Thorpe on the Hill’s new ‘craft and natter’ club was held on Monday 18th April and a small group of enthusiastic crafters joined together to share their crafting enthusiasm and skills. It appears we have some very talented people in the
village! A massive ‘Thank You’, to you all for coming. A diverse range of crafts were brought to share, and some even learnt a new craft! Everyone from beginners to experts are welcome. All we ask is that your craft is portable! Or you can just come and relax and watch.
So, why not come and join us at one of our forthcoming meetings? Held monthly on Monday evenings 7pm – 9pm, in the Oliver Roper Centre, the next dates are the 13th June and 11th July. Your first meeting will be free and then after- wards a subscription of £3.00, to cover hall rental and
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For Your Information
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