06 October 2018Parish Council Grant Aid
Scopwick and Kirkby Green Parish Council is keen to support local groups and organisations that provide a benefit to the parish or its residents. A grant is any payment or gift made by the Parish Council to an organisation for a specific purpose. All grants given must directly benefit some or all of the parish or its inhabitants and the grants are awarded at the Parish Council’s discretion. Please contact the Parish Clerk for further information (see below).
Applications for a grant of a sum over £100 payable in the financial year 2018/2019 will be considered by the Parish Council at their meeting in November 2018. Applications will only be considered if made on the form attached to the Grant Policy, a copy of the policy and form can be obtained by contacting the Clerk or by visiting the Parish Council website at
The deadline for applications for 2018/19 is 1stNovember 2018. Completed applications must be submitted to the Clerk via post or email by that date.
Parish Clerk: Jill Moran, telephone 07512 234965 or email email@example.com.
18 September 2018Parish Council meeting: Limes Care Home
David Steels, Head of Environment and Public Protection Division at NKDC will be attending the Parish Council meeting on Tuesday 25th September from 7pm at Scopwick Village Hall. David will be addressing the Council on the subject of the District Council's response to the issues around the Limes Care Home. Questions will be invited from the public. Questions can be submitted in advance by email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
12 September 2018Village Draw – September 2018
1st prize £40 – H11 – Pat Hindle
2nd prize £20 – B4 – John Brackenbury
3rd prize £10 – N13 – John & Lorraine White
Drawn by Michael Dowse & Owen Davies, witnessed by Chris Metcalf
21 August 2018After Show Newsletter
The 2018 Village Show was once again a great success - enjoyed by the many people who turned out in good weather to join in this annual community event.
Read the 'After Show Newsletter' issued by the Show Committee press here and look at the photos in the VILLAGE GALLERY section.
13 August 2018Road Closure
13 August 2018Village Speed Watch
Community Speedwatch Volunteers Needed!
Lincolnshire Road Safety Partnership (LRSP) are offering to train volunteers to work as a team and monitor traffic as it passes through our Parish. The scheme involves being trained in the use of a hand held 'speed gun'. The data collected from the gun would be sent back to the LRSP who are able to send notices to motorists over the speed limit. See links below for information in the Community Speed Watch booklet.
We currently have three volunteers from the Parish Council. Without at least 6 volunteers the scheme will not be viable. If you are able to give some time to be trained (half a day) and to work as a team of three say once every 6 weeks to monitor traffic please contact Jill Moran the Parish Clerk on 07512 234965 or email email@example.com.