Eardisland Parish Magazine

The magazine is edited by Chris Bivand, and published by Eardisland Parish Council six times a year.

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Latest Issue - July 2017

Eardisland Parish Magazine July 2017


I am disappointed to have to start this edition with the report of a burglary in the village I understand that it was an out-house containing garden equipment of considerable value. The current advice is to check your property carefully, lock away anything of value and install appropriate security devices, if not already fitted. Please keep a discreet watch on neighbours’ premises. If in doubt, contact the Police immediately.
On a personal note, I have never seen the village looking better – as I write, it’s sunny and visitors are picnicking on the grass by the dovecote. People love it. This is mainly due to the E-Team, which, over some years now, has transformed the general impression given to residents and visitors alike. The improvements around the centre of the village are extraordinary and very impressive. Well done to you all!
Please remember that, if you need to contact me, my email address is: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. – not the old freeserve address, now defunct.
After all this hot weather, it’s hard to imagine that around ten years ago this month, the village looked like this! It was all very exciting, with no serious house flooding, thankfully.

 Eardisland flood July 2007


Chris Bivand 

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