Parish walk on Sunday 17th June. For full details and to book a place online (required), visit the Walking Festival website here http://www.walkingfestival.com/5001.html
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN FOR THE ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING OF THE KINGSLAND MILLENNIUM GREEN TRUST TO BE HELD ON SAT 12TH MAY 2018 AT 10AM IN THE CORONATION HALL.
This will be followed by the usual open management meeting of the Trustees. Please feel free to come along and if you would like coffee beforehand, that will be available from 9.30am
Copies of the agenda can be obtained by emailing email@example.com or calling the telephone number below.
It should be noted that the maintenance of the Green is totally funded by voluntary contributions received from within the Community. No funding is received from either the Parish Council or Herefordshire Council in respect of ongoing maintenance. The Trustees are extremely grateful for the continued support for the Green from the residents of Kingsland and the surrounding area.
Andrew Parsons – Hon Sec
We had 30 volunteers over the two days and again borrowed very good equipment from Herefordshire Council.
Only three small sections of the parish were not covered and here is a typical report by a volunteer. ‘ We did not get back to the Hall until about 2.45 pm having got ten bags of assorted rubbish including hub caps, various other car parts, beer cans, a sofa cushion, cycle parts and one trainer from both sides of the Mortimer’s Cross Straight !’
Thanks to everyone
We’ve re-located another cat from our previous home (the neighbours couldn’t feed him any more).He’s a feral cat, but was living in our garden for over 2 years with his mother (she was our previous cat that went missing. She’s settled in well here and we thought we would bring the other one along, too).
Unfortunately he’s disappeared . I’ve put his details on national lost pet registers. I think he’s probably moved off, but it’s worth a try. He might be appearing in someone’s garden in Kingsland.
He’s a very fluffy cat, long haired with a VERY BUSHY tail. Mainly white face and brown/white/grey coat. He’s very nervous of humans, so we’ve not got very good photos of him
If you see him please call Debbie on 01568 709226 or 07719 605347
Wheatfield, Kingsland HR6 9QT (main road)
WINDBORNE 5th May, Coronation Hall, Kingsland.
A superb four piece Folk band currently touring the USA, Windborne are appearing at the Coronation Hall on the 5th May, as part of their UK engagements. Follow their progress at www.windbornesingers.com
Internationally acclaimed folk band Windborne is a group of vocal chameleons who specialize in close harmony singing, shifting effortlessly between drastically different styles of traditional music within the same concert. Their musical knowledge spans many continents and cultures, but they remain deeply rooted in American folk singing traditions. Praised for “the purity of their voices, strength of their material, and attention to detail in their arrangements,” Lynn Mahoney Rowan, Will Thomas Rowan, Lauren Breunig, and Jeremy Carter-Gordon share a vibrant energy onstage – their connection to each other and to the music clearly evident. They educate as they entertain, telling stories about the music and explaining the characteristics and stylistic elements of the traditions in which they sing.
Kingsland Coronation Hall
Saturday 5th May, 7.30pm
Tickets – Adult £12, Child £5
Kingsland Post Office, www.artsalive.co.uk, 07774 681403
SAVE THE DATE – SUNDAY 3rd JUNE … Our POSTLADY JANES birthday party
Our lovely postie Jane is celebrating a big birthday in May and we are going to hold a village party to celebrate. We are having a tea party at the Coronation Hall, which we would like to invite EVERYONE to, on SUNDAY 3rd June 2pm – 4pm. If anyone is able to make a cake for the day we would be very grateful, and if anyone would like to help on the day please give either Sarah, Jane’s daughter, a ring on 07813652289 or let Lisa know at Markhams Garage.
Lets make this a celebration Jane will not forget!!
Lisa & Sara
Following Alison Parker-Morgan’s letter in Kingsland News and on our Village Talk page about the North Road potholes, please take the time to write or email our Councillor Sebastian Bowen to give him some ammunition to get the road resurfaced. You can also report potholes to Herefordshire Council by clicking here so please report others such as those between the Corners and Boarsfield, along Longford and from Shrublands to Cobnash, or anywhere else in the parish for that matter!