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Rempstone Parish Council, the groups and associations who support the village and its events would like to thank everyone for all their continuing support.
UPDATE: It has been decided the roadworks can be safely carried out without shutting the road. Instead temporary lights will be in place on Main Street on the 12th, 13th, 14th, 20th and 21st October.
Advanced Notice: Please be aware that Main Street will be closed between the traffic lights and the junction with Elms Close for two weekends 13th/14th and 20th/21st October while highways maintenance is carried out.
 

Many Hands…….

Villagers Turn Out in Force for Clean Up

 

Rempstone villagers spent an active and very warm Saturday morning taking part in the village clean up.

 

Over thirty members of the community assembled at the Village Hall to collect bin bags, protective gloves, litter pickers and high vis jackets.

 

Then it was off to spend a busy morning clearing the verges, road sides and lay byes of rubbish, weeds, hay and straw that had collected over the months.

 

The clean up, an initiative of Rempstone Parish Council was supported by Cemex who provided the safety jackets, and members of the Village Hall committee who served welcome tea, coffee and bacon butties to those taking part.

 

It was great to see so many villagers coming out and spending their Saturday morning doing this work, commented Nicki Dalton, vice-chair of Rempstone Parish Council. ‘With less funding available for routine highway maintenance from local authority it is good to keep the village looking as neat and tidy as possible and we hope that visitors to the Village Fete next weekend will appreciate our efforts”, she added.

 

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Roaslie and Andre Mould hard at work clearing the roadside gulley as part of the clean up Rempstone campaign.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A welcome break for villagers as they relax with refreshments following a morning taking part in the Rempstone clean up

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Passers by will see the ongoing work at Stanford Hall where the development of the DNRC is underway. Keep up to date on developments with the latest video update from Mark Green and his team showcasing recent activity including preparations for the foundations for the new Defence facility as well as some of the work being carried out  to safeguard the heritage structures on site.  This clip has  uploaded to the www.thednrc.org.uk  website and, for those of you who are on social media, will be Tweeted and posted later.  See here – http://www.thednrc.org.uk/whats-happening-on-site/default.aspx