A new timetable for the Mobile Library service has been launched.
Please see the North Lincolnshire mobile library timetable for details of when the service will visit Barnetby.
As a result of requests from residents and the parish council, North Lincolnshire Council are proposing to introduce a new Traffic Regulation Order around the junction of St Barnabas Road, West Street and Queen’s Road, Barnetby-le-Wold.
Concerns have been raised that vehicles are being parked inconsiderately on St Barnabas Road, West Street and Queen’s Road and it is felt that this creates difficulties for other residents in the area and often restricts the visibility of drivers when leaving driveways.
The proposed restriction is for No Waiting At Any Time (Double Yellow Lines) around the junction of St Barnabas Road, West Street and Queen’s Road as shown on this drawing. See also the notice and statement of reasons for more information.
Objections to the proposal specifying the grounds on which they are made should be sent in writing to the Director Of Places at the North Lincolnshire Council Offices, Hewson House, Station Road, Brigg, DN20 8XY not later than 21st March 2013.
Now is you chance to tell North Lincolnshire Council how you think its budget should be spent for the next four years.
You can complete the consultation online or paper copies can be picked up from council offices, libraries and Local Links.
It only takes a few minutes to complete and the results will help the council ensure that its spending meets the needs and priorities of people in North Lincolnshire.
The consultation is open until Friday 14 December 2012.
Paper copies buy cialis online can be returned using a prepaid envelope and everyone completing the questionnaire has the chance to enter a prize draw.
Pensioners were treated to afternoon tea and entertainment which was greatly enjoyed by all.
Later the festivities moved buy cialis online on to the recreation field where more entertainment in the form of singers and DJs kept the party going till dusk.
Thanks go to Cllrs. Lawson, Munn, Wilson and Speyer for their assistance in organising the event
More photos available here
The Humber Flyer bus service which runs from Grimsby to Hull is to stop at Barnetby from Monday November 5 2012.
The Monday to Saturday service will call at Barnetby at around 0950 on its way to Hull buy cialis online arriving 1037 and the return service will depart from Hull at 1450, arriving at Barnetby at 1535. (Timetables will be published on this website when available.)
The arrival of this service is due to tireless efforts of Cllr Mick Wilson who has pushed for many months for the service to call at Barnetby.
The bus is operated by Stagecoach East Midlands
Early Detection Saves Lives
NHS North Lincolnshire need YOUR help to get this important message out to everyone in North Lincolnshire
Are you willing to join them and become a North Lincolnshire Cancer Champion?
You will receive full training, a certificate and the satisfaction of knowing you are helping save lives in your community.
Cancer Champions raise awareness and talk about the importance of early detection with their family, friends and social buy viagra online groups by providing information about the early signs and symptoms of different cancers in an informal way.
It won’t take up lots of your time but you could make all the difference!
Want to find out more?
Lyndsey Middleton – 01652 251078
or Bob Hulme – 07826 908 595
The system which currently has 134 members is designed to encourage people who live and work in local communities in North Lincolnshire to be vigilant against crime. It allows members and police to share live time information and intelligence.
Increasingly rural areas in the county are being visited by criminals looking for opportunities to commit crime. In the past rural communities had little crime but now that the buy viagra online majority of criminals have access to vehicles more remote locations have become accessible. By working together with police and partners we strongly believe that we can prevent many crimes happening in the first place which in turn will make rural communities safer and better places to live and work.
Local farmers are increasingly seeing incidents of hare coursing and poaching. In addition to the obvious wildlife crimes being committed, many of the offenders have caused damage to crops with their vehicles and made threats to local people. Many of these people also have links to other forms of criminality such as theft. Many rural premises have experienced theft of plant and farm equipment not to mention scrap and diesel.
Our scheme works by allowing the members to both send and receive live time text alerts about any suspicious activity to all other members in the network affording them the knowledge to prevent further incident at their own property. We are collectively 134 pairs of eyes and ears on the look out for suspicious incidents.
In the ten months since the scheme started over 200 alerts have been made.
As a result of these alerts there have been a number of positive results-
Police recovered a trailer in the belief that it was stolen. They were however unable to establish who the trailer belonged to from the markings on it. A text alert was made about the seizure as a result of which one member who was aware of a trailer that had been stolen advised the loser of the find which enabled police to reunite the trailer with its owner.
Police received a report of poachers and were searching for a vehicle. A country watch member sighted the vehicle and sent an alert which resulted in the police locating it. In May 2012 5 men who were located as a result of this alert appeared in court and were each found guilty of hunting offences.
Country watch is now looking to increase its membership in North Lincolnshire. In addition to live time text alerts members also receive a regular newsletter which includes crime prevention advice and an overview of rural crime.
The scheme is non profit making and entirely self funding. Membership which includes text alerts to one mobile phone costs £20 per year.
To join please contact Mr Alex Godfrey on 01652 688057