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Christmas Lights
Saturday, 26 November 2016 00:00
Seaton Christmas Lights were switched-on on Saturday 26 November. The Council has arranged for additional lights to be displayed around St Paul’s Churchyard from this year. It has also moved the location of the Parish Christmas tree to one of the greens adjacent to Seaton shops and Iggesund has kindly donated a twenty five foot high tree.
Yarn Bomb
Thursday, 24 November 2016 00:00
The Seaton shops area was set ablaze with colour on Thursday 24 November! Knitters and crotchetiers worked for several weeks under the guidance of villager Mrs Lynne Hardman producing a variety of woollen garments and designs.
Biggest Sunflower Competition
Friday, 28 October 2016 12:28
During the Spring, the Parish Council delivered ‘giant’ sunflower seeds, pots and compost for all Seaton Schools’ children, inviting them to see who could grow the biggest plants.
Jackson Street Play Area
Thursday, 20 October 2016 00:00
Following consultation undertaken last year, in particular with Seaton schools’ pupils, the Parish Council is making improvements to Jackson Street Play Area.
Meadow Vale Football Pitches
Tuesday, 18 October 2016 00:00
The Parish Council is working with Seaton Junior Football Club to make improvements to Meadow Vale football pitches. The pitches suffer from poor drainage which makes their use difficult following wet weather, and the Council has arranged for extra drainage works to try to alleviate the problem. In addition, arrangements have been made for more frequent grass cutting during the growing season, together with ground works to improve the condition of the playing surface.
Bus Shelters
Sunday, 16 October 2016 00:00
A new bus shelter has been installed on Calva Brow, funded by Mr Ian Mitchell of Calva Farm. The Council is investigating the possibility of providing further shelters on Lowca Lane and Hunters Drive, in response to requests from members of the public.
Wednesday, 12 October 2016 00:00
A defibrillator has been installed in Firth House, Seaton, courtesy of North West Ambulance Service and the Times & Star. The ongoing provision will be supported by the Parish Council and a number of councillors have received training in the use of the equipment. If any members of the public would be interested in being trained in the use of the equipment, please contact the Council Clerk.
Cliff Hodgson
Monday, 10 October 2016 15:29
Many residents of Seaton will have heard of, and indeed met, the late Cliff Hodgson. John Clifford Hodgson served Seaton as a councillor for 43 years, many of those as Chairman of the Parish Council, and dedicated his life to the village. In September, a plaque on one of the benches near Seaton shops was unveiled in Mr Hodgson’s honour, recognising his contribution to village life, at a ceremony attended by close family and Seaton councillors. Seaton author Ethel Fisher referred to Mr Hodgson as ‘The one that got away but will never be forgotten’; a fitting tribute to a dedicated public servant.
Seaton Best Kept Garden & Container Competition
Monday, 10 October 2016 15:10
Seaton residents were invited to nominate their favourite gardens and container displays during July and judging was carried out by Council in the second half of the month. The winners were invited to the Parish Council meeting held on 19 September where they received their prizes and a framed certificate to commemorate their success.
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