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Representatives from Lockwood Parish Council have met with Virgin Media to discuss their network expansion plans and to find out how residents in our area can influence the areas identified to be part of these expansion plans.
If you would like Virgin Media on your street please register your interest at www.virginmedia.com/cablemystreet/
We need as many people as possible to register to make this happen!!
The East Cleveland Klondike Grand Prix bike race will be passing through many of our East Cleveland villages on Sunday 2nd April 2017 and we want as many people as possible to get involved with the event. The race, which is endorsed and run through British Cycling, will be a qualifier for the TOUR DE YORKSHIRE and so it is expected that between 120 and 140 professional riders and their teams will be taking part on the day.
The race is being sponsored by East Cleveland Villages Big Local and the 90 mile route has been designed to showcase the lovely East Cleveland countryside. The race will begin in Guisborough at 12noon and will pass through or past Charltons, Margrove Park, Boosbeck, Lingdale, Kilton, Carlin How, Skiningrove, Loftus, Liverton Mines, Liverton Village, Grinkle, Easington, then back through Loftus, Carlin How and then through Brotton, Saltburn, Skelton Castle, Skelton Green and back to Boosbeck. This 24 mile circuit will be completed three times. There is then a shorter 10 mile circuit which takes in Boosbeck, Lingdale, Brotton, Saltburn, Four Lane Ends, Skelton Green and Boosbeck before the riders head to the finish line on Westgate via Margrove Park and Charltons. The prize giving will be at the pedestrianised area of the cross opposite the Old Town Hall on Westgate at around 4.15pm.
Full details of the race can be found here http://velo29events.com/races/klondike-grand-prix/
The March meeting of Lockwood Parish Council will now take place on Wednesday 15th March 2017 instead of the originally scheduled date of Thursday 16th March. This is to accomodate a presentation from Sirius Minerals on the York Potash Project which will commence at 6.30pm on the Wednesday evening. The full council meeting will commence after the presentation at 7.00pm.
The Parish Council meetings take place at Lingdale Village Hall, Meadowdale Court, Lingdale, Saltburn, TS12 3HF
At the Parish Council meeting held on Thursday 16th February 2017 Deborah Healey was co-opted onto the Council to fill the vacancy in the Boosbeck ward. Deborah, who lives in Boosbeck and is well known in the village, is already actively involved in the local community as a member of the committee planning events and decoration of the village for the East Cleveland Klondike Grand Prix bike race which comes through the village on Sunday 2nd April 2017.
Lockwood Parish Council now has a full compliment of 12 Parish Councillors representing the wards of Boosbeck, Charltons & Margrove Park, Lingdale & Stanghow and Moorsholm.
In accordance with the Accounts and Audit Regulations 2015 Lockwood Parish Council is pleased to publish below the Notice of Conclusion of Audit for the year to 31st March 2016 along with all other requisite information. Please click on the link to view the documents.
Published 21st September 2016
Clerk & Responsible Financial Officer to Lockwood Parish Council
Applications are invited from suitably experienced persons for the part-time post of Parish Warden. The hours of work are 18 hours per week to be worked over 3 days between Monday to Friday. Some occasional weekend work may be required.
Acting as the Parish Council's Warden, the successful applicant will be responsible for overseeing and maintaining the Council's five allotment sites around the parish, so experience in grounds maintenance is essential. Other duties will include minor repairs and maintenance of the grounds of Lingdale Village Hall and the Parish Council Compound, maintaining the Parish Council's dog glove dispenser network to assist dog fouling in the parish and updating the Parish Council's village noticeboards. The Parish Warden must have the desire to make a significant contribution by way of supporting elected council members to improve the parish and its local community.