News

19/06/19 Canal & River Trust - Living Waterways Awards Assessment Panel Visit

The regeneration of Saxilby Waterfront has been short-listed by the Canal and River Trust for a national award for community engagement. An independent assessment panel attended Saxilby today to speak to Working Group members to find out more about the project. The national finalists are due to be announced on the 4th July.    

20/05/19 Chair/Vice Chair 

At the Annual Parish Council meeting on 15/05/19, Cllr David Cotton was elected as Chairman and Cllr Paul Stafford elected as Vice Chairman of the Council for the forthcoming administrative year.

17/05/19 New Parish Councillor 

At the Annual Parish Council meeting on 15/05/19, James Willox was co-opted onto the Council.

17/04/19 District Council and European Parliamentary Elections 

Please see the Vacancies & Tenders page for details of the Notice of Poll - Election of District Councillors for Saxilby Ward and Notice of Election - European Parliamentary Election for the East Midlands Region

15/04/19 Bins around the village 

Over the last week, a number of old concrete and end-of-life bins have been removed from around the village by WLDC, with help from our Grounds team.

7 litter and 1 dog bin have been removed from Bridge Street - 5 of these were end-of-life. This work has been done as part of the Bridge Street Regeneration project, in order to reduce the street clutter and improve the public realm (poor public realm was one of the key reasons that the Bridge Street Conservation Area is on Historic England's At-Risk register). There is still a bin on Bridge Street, near the footbridge, plus one the other side of the Canal. A new heritage style bin is currently also being procured for Bridge Street.

2 bins near the Fossdyke picnic area have been removed at the request of the Canal & River Trust as they were corroded and were attracting rats.

The old concrete bin which was at the St Andrews/Sykes Lane junction has now been replaced with a new metal post and one of the black bins removed from Bridge Street.

The old concrete bin from the junction of Mill Lane and the footpath which runs to the rear of the school has been replaced by a post-mounted black bin (removed from Bridge Street). This has been sited approximately 10 feet away from the original bin location.

The old concrete bin from the Manor Road/Mill Lane junction, has now been replaced by a new post-mounted bin. This has been sited approximately 2 feet away from the original bin location.

The dog bin removed from Bridge Street has now replaced a damaged dog bin at the Church Lane/Mill Lane junction.

Parishioners are reminded that dog waste can be put in any Council litter bins and this does not just have to be in a dog bin

12/04/19 Co-option Vacancies Following an Uncontested Election 

There are vacancies on the Council which can be filled by co-option. Please visit the 'Vacancies & Tenders' page to find out more information and apply.

12/04/19 Elections update

Please see bottom of this page for the Notice of Uncontested Election for this Parish Council and also the Statement of Persons Nominated for the District Council for Saxilby Ward.  

29/03/19 Parish Council Elections 

Parish Council Elections are in May. As a parish councillor representing your community you will help keep it a great place to live and work. You will be supported & undertake training. Candidates should be positive, have a can-do attitude & be willing to work as a team. Deadline is Wed 3rd April. For more information and to apply use the link below.

20/03/2019 Citizens Advice sessions at Saxilby

Unfortunately the funding for the fortnightly Rural Outreach Citizens Advice sessions at St Andrews Community Centre will come to an end at the end of March, and there will be no further outreach sessions here after that date. Citizens Advice will still be available to offer advice to clients across West Lindsey. If you haven't seen Citizens Advice before, please call their Adviceline number (03444 111 444) or attend a drop-in session at Gainsborough (Mondays and Wednesdays).

19/03/2019 Precept 2019/20

Residents will have been receiving their Council Tax bills this week. The total precept for the Parish Council for 2019/20 is £185,500. This equates to a 4.38% increase from 2018/19 in council tax for a Band D property (equivalent to a council tax charge of £137.75 for a Band D property).

Whilst the Council was able to keep the precept amount the same last year (2018/19), unfortunately an increase has been requested this year. The key reasons for the increase are due to statutory and contractual wage and pension increases. This also means there will also be an increase in running costs, due to the impact of statutory wage increases on bills from other companies and contractors. We are also required to ensure adequate provision is in the budget in case there is a contested election when the whole of the Council is up for election in May.

The next Full Council meeting is on 3rd April at 7.30pm if you have any questions or comments for your councillors.

14/03/2019 LCC Public Notice - extension of speed limit

Please see below for a LCC Public Notice regarding a proposed extension of the 30mph speed limit on Sturton Road. Objections to this must be submitted to LCC, via the details on the Notice, by 11th April. 

12/03/2019 Notice of Election

Please see the Vacancies & Tenders page for the Notice of Election and associated documents for details of the upcoming elections for West Lindsey District Council and Saxilby with Ingleby Parish Council. Nomination papers are now available and must be hand-delivered to WLDC offices no later than 4:00 pm on 3rd April 2019. If any election is contested, the poll will take place on 2nd May 2019.

22/02/2019 Community Centre opening time on 27th February

On Wednesday 27th February 2019 the St Andrews Community Centre will not open until 12:00 noon. This is due to further planned electrical work. There will be no access to the library, Bar or Parish Council office during this period. We apologise for any inconvenience this causes.

11/01/2019 Community Centre opening time on 16th January

On Wednesday 16th January 2019 the St Andrews Community Centre will not open until 12:00 noon. This is due to planned electrical work. There will be no access to the library, Bar or Parish Council office during this period. We apologise for any inconvenience this causes.

19/12/2018 Christmas and New Year opening

The Parish Council office will be closed from lunchtime on Friday 21st December and will re-open on Wednesday 2nd January.

The St Andrews Community Centre will be open from 11:00 am each day between Monday 24th December and Tuesday 1st January. On Christmas Day the Centre will close at 3:00 pm. Normal Centre opening times will resume on Wednesday 2nd January.

During this period, the library will be open. There will be no library volunteers in attendance but the RFID machine will be available. The phone to the Customer Service Centre will not be available on Monday 24th December or Monday 31st December. The normal library service will resume on Wednesday 2nd January.

30/11/2018 Christmas tree switch on and festive fireworks event - Saturday 1st December

Due to the Christmas tree lights switch-on and festive fireworks event on Saturday 1st December, there will be parking restrictions in place at St Andrews Community Centre. The Memorial Gates will be locked at 12:00 noon on Saturday - with vehicle access restricted to traders and those involved in the event. The road closures will start around 5:00 pm and remain in place until approximately 7:15 pm. After the torch procession has left St Botolphs Church and reached the tree, those roads between Church Lane and the Village Hall will be re-opened on a rolling basis. The area from Sykes Lane to the junction of West Bank and High Street will remain closed until about 7:15 pm. We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause to residents, but hope you appreciate that the safety of the people attending this event is paramount. Please see the Christmas Lights page for a detailed itinerary and the Christmas Tree carol sheet. We hope that you all have a safe and enjoyable event.

23/10/2018 Remembrance Event - Saturday 10th November

The centenary remembrance event will take place at the Memorial Field, Saxilby on Saturday 10th November, commencing at 10:30 am. Please see posters below for details of the Peace Party at the St Andrews Community Centre and Victory Tea at St Botolphs Church Hall.