Ancaster swap meet april 29 2012

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ancaster swap meet april 29 2012

APRIL ANCASTER, ON British Car Show and Flea Market Trinity Road, APRIL PENTICTON, BC 27th Annual AUTOMOTIVE SWAP MEET. APRIL. Ancaster. 4/29/ Picture. Last weekend Holley and Dave headed out to Ancaster swapmeet. Leaving bright and early Sunday morning (can you call it bright. Pictures of Rowdies Business Meet Feb. 25, Report on Page 12 . for the next issue is: April 20, . 22 British Car Flea Market AH Club, Ancaster, .. Classic Motorsports Mitty, April , Road Atlanta, Ga;

This event will feature pre cars and trucks and specialty vehicles of all ages. Please see our website www. Please register your classic vehicle online. Rockton Fairgrounds in Rockton, ON. Exhibitors free, first 75 cars and 25 motorcycles, Vehicle entry closes at noon to permit public. Chris Bryant MAY. Keith Brownemail: Dash plaques to first vehicles registered.

ancaster swap meet april 29 2012

The licenced bar is open at 5pm and the outdoor party has live music until 11pm! For more info contact: Dan Harkins or harknbark cogeco. Jessicaext. Free Admission, Free Registration. Please email revvingagain hotmail. More info or www. Zone office and Parts Depot, Mississauga Rd. First cars receive: Trophies and cash awards.

Children under 12 are free. Proceeds to the United Way, for additional information call Grant: Twenty seven teams from three countries competing in design and on track for the ultimate prize! For more details and to sign up, email Cathy at cdsouza formulanorth. Featuring Freddy Vette and The Flames: We are partnering with So save the date and come get your Kicks on Highway 6! Kris Heathers or www. JUN 10 - Automotive, Motorcycle, Antiques, Off Road. Gates open 8 am for general admission.

Pete Wiebe or email: Follow us on Facebook Gopher Dunes. Cambridge, Ontario N1S 2A4. Proceeds to benefit War Amps charity. Contact Blake Hunter at blake southpointford. Gary Paynter or Rick Stackemail: Net proceeds go to Tender Wishes Foundation. Lori King The Chamber of Commerce hosts this event.

For more information please contact The Gravenhurst Chamber of Commerce atinfo gravenhurstchamber. For more info or to pre-register: Sharon Brinsmead-Taylor or notl. Trophies inseveral categories, door prizes. Kids ice cream eating contest. Drive in movie at Fiddle Park at dusk! Hosted by Town of Shelburne and Oatman's. For info contact Josh Oatman joshoatman hotmail. Door prizes, trophies, barbeque and music. Classic cars and more.

Proceeds from the show go to Upper Deck Youth Centre. Gift bags for the first 50 participants, Door prizes and raffle for pre-registrants. Fun filled day with live music, vendors, bingo, raffles and more. Contact Bill VanHoek Coordinator for registration thinkpinkcarshow hotmail. All special interest vehicles. Registration 8am - noon, rain or shine.

Bill Craig JUN. Open at 8 a. Please register the morning of the show as you enter. All proceeds to Roseneath Fire Department Association. Registration starts at 1pm. All Cars, Motorcycles, and Trucks are welcome! All swap meet vendors, please call top JUL. Jim Hammond JUL. Highway 30 along the banks of the Trent Canal. All makes and models of vintage motorcycles, cars and trucks are welcome.

Vendor and food booths on site. Rain or shine event.

Roadrunners Swap Meet

Open to ALL Years. In support of the Farm Animal Rescue Centre.

ancaster swap meet april 29 2012

Visit the website at www. Friday 1 June - a Jubilee assembly in Metheringham Primary School where each pupil has been hard at work painting a portrait of Her Majesty. Bring your own table, chairs, and food and listen to a folk group, have your face painted or have a go on the bouncy castle and then a ride on the vintage fun fair. You can watch a BMX bike exhibition, join in It's a Knockout, watch falconry flying, eat some hog roast, burgers or have a cup of tea and cake in the WI pavilion, look at what our village organisations get up to on their stalls, go to the marquee and see the fantastic entries in our competition, watch the events in the central arena or just have a bet on the terrier racing!!

After all that, have a drink in the Beer Tent, Watch the historic Lancaster Bomber do a fly past on our playing field. Dance to the children's disco in the early evening followed by our fantastic band Sugar Bombz. Join in at The Chairman gave a presentation giving details of the Parish Council activities during the past year.

We would like to hear your views. If you have any suggestions or comments regarding the Annual Village Meeting please contact the Clerk. A big round of applause is needed for all their efforts to keep this very important village asset running. Having now stepped into the role of Chairman I would like to thank everyone for the help and support they have given me in these early weeks.

Our customers, which is you 'the village', deserve a good facility, which is clean, safe, has modern facilities and is run smoothly and efficiently. Our new Committee will endeavour to keep Metheringham village hall as a place to be proud of and we will be looking to do all the above and continue to look for ways to improve your facility. I am grateful for Gwyneth Holland who will now take on the role of Fund Raising Facilitator and will continue to raise funds so that we can endeavour to improve the building and its contents.

Already there are various fund raising events scheduled on a regular basis. The Hub is one such event which is held on the fourth Thursday in every month from 2: This is where you can pop into the hall, buy some green groceries, swap a book, have your hair cut or have a nice cup of tea and homemade cake. There is also a fishmonger and butcher who come to the village hall car park.

Already it is proving very popular and it is a chance for the villagers to meet up and have a chat. New Age Kurling is held every Friday evening. This too is proving very popular for all ages and again this is a fund-raiser for the hall.

If you have any ideas of how we can improve our service to you, please contact me. We, as a committee, cannot put things right if we do not know what is wrong in the first place.

What would you like from your village hall?

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How do you see the village hall over the next 5 years? Would you like to see improvements and what would they be? You can ring me on or email me on willowshome hotmail. Water is flowing in the Beck at Scopwick and the springs that sustain it are bubbling up once again. While the rain has been welcome the effects of the drought are still with us. This can clearly be seen in the subsidence affecting the Village Hall. The long dry period affected the clay on which part of the Hall rests and, as the clay shrank, so the Hall cracked.

It remains to be seen what effect there will be as the recent rainfall is absorbed and the ground heaves back to a new level. The subsidence does not appear to be dangerous or to directly affect any of the activities in the Hall but it will be an expensive business to investigate and eventually repair the damage. The Hall of course is one of the main social hubs of our community. This has resulted in a second shared Sunday morning followed by a delicious lunch, This time we met first at St Peters and everyone placed a candle on a huge map of Dunston to show where they lived - finding their road which was laid out on the map in salt.

We are having another strawberry tea - hopefully in the garden. This will be on Sunday 1 July, between 2. Strawberries, cream, and games along with a raffle We recently completed a messy Church afternoon in school, focusing on the Easter theme and the children from classes 1 and 2 enjoyed foot washing, decorated pancakes and making wooden crosses.

This term we plan another afternoon, but this time for class 3. Meet up with friends - the ones you already know and the ones you have yet to make. Champions Challenge Holiday club based around the Olympics takes place July for children aged years. To book a place or for further info please e-mail nicwill madasafish. Places are allocated on a first come first served basis.

The preacher is Kaye Willis from Old Leake. We hope that you have an enjoyable Summer and the weather is pleasant but with some rain, preferably during the night. We may, with any luck, have a hot Summer, and this can be a problematic time for dogs.

Dogs can not cool down as quickly as we can, so we have to be more thoughtful in the care of our dogs in hot weather. The best time to give dogs the exercise they need is either in the cool of the early morning or evening. It is inadvisable to take your dog out in the intense heat of the midday sun, and this should be avoided when ever possible. Always ensure there is fresh water for your dog and if you are in possession of a child's paddling pool it would be a good idea to fill it with water to enable the dog to lie down in it, if it desired.

It has been on the news that the government is proposing that dogs be micro chipped, but this should not detract from the fact that your dog needs to have a tag on their collar.

Having a tag on your dogs collar makes it easier to reunite a lost dog with its owner. In April, as a dog warden, I was made aware of 4 dogs that had gone missing. Some of these dog did not have tags on their collars and reuniting the dogs with their owners was made more difficult.

If a dog's owner cannot be found then the stray dogs go to a N. C appointed kennel, and to reclaim your dog from the kennel can be quite costly. I am pleased to say all dogs were eventually reunited with their owners. If you lose or find a dog, please let me know as I may be able to help reunite the dog with its owner more quickly. Summer Crime Prevention Advice: The warmer weather provides some ideal opportunities for Burglars. You may be in another room or out in the garden but that open window is an opportunity.

Try to get into the habit of double checking doors and windows when going to bed or leaving the house for even a short time. In particular, a new budget management process has been implemented to help ensure that the Council's limited funds are used as effectively and efficiently as possible for the benefit of its residents. A number of new policies and procedures were also adopted at the Annual Meeting on 1 May which will govern the way in which the Parish Council operates, including revised Standing Orders and Financial Regulations, a Complaints Procedure and policies on Equal Opportunities and Diversity, Data Protection and Information Security and Freedom of Information.

As part of this process, a new Planning Sub-committee has been established together with a Policy and Procedures Working Party which will keep under review the changes that are being made to the way in which the Council operates.

Our recent Bingo night was a great success, eyes down and many great prizes were won. Why not bring a team of your own of up to six people? This year we are busy practising for competitions to be held in June, October, November and December. We achieved great success in competitions last year and hope to equal or improve this year.

But ultimately the aim of the squad is to have fun! If you would like to join the Angels Dance Squad then please contact Lesley Crompton on You do not have to be able to dance or baton twirl, we will show you how to and you will have fun and make friends along the way. You do need to be age 5 or over - although we have no upper age limit.

You will need to wear comfortable clothes and sensible shoes trainers or plimsoles No jeans or skirts and please have your hair tied back. We train at Scopwick Village Hall on Thursdays 6. For more information see our website http: Sandra Bond Posted on May 29, They managed to catch one big fish, one small fish, and one fat fish. Since only three fish were caught, how is it possible that they each took home a fish?

Although there was a lot of listening involved, the topics were interesting and I gathered a lot of information from the various presentations.

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The Chairman and Members of the Council appear very enthusiastic regarding the achievements and aspirations of community activities, and I believe the community as a whole should be proud of their efforts and continuing commitment. Both keynote speakers were very interesting and informative, as were the reports from the village organisations. Living just on the outskirts of the village, we are often naive to the 'going ons' in the centre and surrounding neighbourhoods and are fortunate not to be involved in any of the unsocial behaviour etc that seems to sometimes be prevalent around the village.

The enthusiasm to provide facilities for the young people was very evident, and I believe that is to be an important part of village life. So congratulations to the Parish Council on being proactive in this matter. It is good to hear that the local organisations are thriving, and this very popular village is growing in vibrancy under the Parish Council's umbrella!

May I also take the opportunity to pass on thanks to Peter Ford for his editorship of the excellent M. It has come a long way since its inception back in Brimming with local news and information, along with lots of local advertising, it must take a lot of time and effort to produce such a quality publication. Some of it is out of date by the time I get round to reading it all though! It was a huge shock to learn that East Midlands Trains were planning to introduce parking charges at the Station without having any dialogue with the County Council or Parish Council.

On hearing this news I asked Chris Briggs Head of Transportation at the County Council to write to East Midlands Trains to say how concerned we were at the introduction of charges and explained that people using the train would park on the neighbouring residential roads impacting on residents living adjacent to the station.

I am very pleased to advise that following our complaint, East Midlands Trains have recognised that there are grave concerns with regards to the appropriateness of introducing charges so soon after completing the improvements and they have agreed to suspend their plans for 6 months and to re evaluate their plans and assess the impact that introducing charges would have on parking on neighbouring residential roads.

We do therefore need to gather evidence to present to East Midlands Trains on how unacceptable parking charges are at the Station and I would ask you to write to me with your views. My email address is cllrp. The event aims to encourage ladies in Lincoln and the surrounding villages to join them in learning a new song from scratch to performance standard- with choreography included!

The song will then be sung as part of an informal concert for family and friends. It was a very enjoyable and happy day and resulted in six ladies deciding to join the Chorus. We expect this one to be every bit as enjoyable. No experience is needed, nor an ability to read music, just a love of singing.