We’ve received the following from Benita Robson (Secretary, Bolton Village Hall Committee) regarding the Government’s advice on the easing of lockdown as it pertains to village halls from 4 July 2020 [received 10 July 2020].
Holy Island staithes disappearing fast
Now that the UK lockdown has eased, and it’s easier to travel to some of the local beauty spots, I took the opportunity yesterday to make my first trip to Holy Island.
The wooden staithes – part of an old jetty – in front of Lindisfarne Castle on Holy Island are an iconic part of the seascape.
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Ingram Village Hall reopening update during lockdown
The UK Government’s latest step in the easing of lockdown takes effect today *Saturday 4 July 2020). This means that, in principle, village halls can reopen. However, there are numerous considerations before any village hall can be used again safely.
Dobbies Donation of plants and compost
[Credit: all images are copyright © May Wilson 2020 and used with permission]
Breamish Hall reopening update during lockdown
We have received the following information from May Wilson (Chair, Breamish Hall Committee) in relation to the UK Government’s recent announcement on the easing of lockdown from 4 July 2020 [received 1 July 2020].
Common name: foxglove
Scientific name: Digitalis purpurea
Flowering season: June – September
Road sign planters planted
As part of the traffic calming measures agreed recently with Northumberland County Council, residents will have noticed that new ‘gate’ road signs have been installed at three villages within Hedgeley Parish Council: Powburn, Beanley and Bolton.