Scruton News & Newsletters
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Items for Future Newsletters
Please let Stephen Elmer have articles for the newsletter by email, phone or note. For other parish matters contact any councillor or the clerk.
Parish Council noticeboards are located at the village hall and on the village green. A public-access noticeboard is located in the bus shelter opposite Pittfields Corner.
Scruton Information Signboard
A ‘Thankful Village’ signboard located on the village green near the Church, tells the story of Scruton from its ancient origins through to it becoming a Thankful Village.
The first redwings and fieldfares arrived this week and can be seen feeding on haws and rowan berries. If you have a rowan tree in your garden it may well be ‘guarded’ by a pair of mistle thrushes and they will chase off other birds attempting to feed. As daylight becomes shorter, feeding birds is…
Martin Leach along with 2 other members of York Landyacht Club proved their credentials as the premier miniyacht club in Britain. They joined the British Team at the European Championships on the island of Romo in Denmark during June and gained Team Silver for Great Britain! Martin said: “The combined age of the top 3…
Scruton allotments have surplus pumpkins for sale at £2 each, proceeds in support of Scruton Allotments Association. For more details contact Chris Snell on 748359 or 07767 357173 or click on my name above.
We have all experienced some lovely open summer days recently, which suddenly came to an end the day after the equinox There have been signs of autumn for some time early morning mists, spiders and flies coming into houses to hibernate, tree leaves gradually turning colour, lots of fruits and ripe hedgerow berries Most summer…
The village has received a formal commitment of £75,000 from the Railway Heritage Trust to rebuild and refurbish our station buildings, subject to various conditions, not least getting matching funding for the project costs. Activities are underway to approach other historical and buildings preservation award granting bodies for additional funding, plus counting a considerable amount…
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