Bob Chidgey is a member of Uppingham Community Tennis Club, and he’s inviting anyone in Morcott who is interested in tennis to the Club’s Open Day this Saturday 2 April 2017.
The Club’s home is Uppingham Community College, and the Open Day starts at 9.30am.
There’s an Adults & Cardio Session at 9.30am, followed by Juniors, Families & Minis tennis at 11am. There is free coaching for Juniors, competitions, prizes and a warm welcome from a friendly club.
The Open Day co-ordinator is Rob Lewin, who can be contacted on 07902 243405. Or have a chat with Bob Chidgey on 747 203.
The Parish Clerk has asked for the following advertisement to be posted:
Morcott Parish Council
TO LET: A GRASS PADDOCK EXTENDING TO APPROXIMATEY 1.72ha
Whilst it is envisaged that the field will be let primarily for mowing and/or grazing other propositions will be considered.
Please contact the Parish Clerk, Mrs Susan Awcock, tel: 01572 747360, email email@example.com for information and an application form.
The draft minutes of the meeting of Morcott Parish Council, held on 1st March 2017, have been published on the Parish Council’s own website.
Thanks to Su DeBar for establishing that work on the marked-up sections of the High Street will commence Monday 20 March 2017 and take up to two days.
Temporary traffic lights are likely to be needed so bear this in mind. At least it might help to slow out-of-village speeding traffic!
The Gents’ Dining Club is meeting on Friday 31 March 2017 at The Old Pheasant at Glaston. This month is being organised by David Joyce, who will be contacting regulars with menu details.
New to Morcott? Want to know more about the Gents’ Dining Club? Contact co-ordinator John Williams on 747 515.
The coloured marks at strategic intervals on High Street pavements mean that Rutland County Council will be carrying out some re-surfacing work to selected stretches between the white arrows. The various coloured paints indicate the location of buried service cables and pipes.
The Parish Clerk advises that the work will be carried out before the end of the month, which just happens to be the end of RCC’s financial year.
Someone has just posted an item on the village website’s Freecycle/For Sale page. Have a look at it.
And as we are all turning out our garden sheds and having a general spring clean at the moment, now is a good time to remind everyone that the village website’s Freecycle/For Sale page is worth a shot if you have something too good to take to the tip.
And if you fail to shift it on the village website, there is always the Rutland group on Freecycle: https://my.freecycle.org/ and Gumtree https://www.gumtree.com/for-sale/rutland … both of which have a wider audience.