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Cowbit Village Hall 01406 380774 Darren Harper , firstname.lastname@example.org
Weston Village Hall 07745 577517 Anne Temple
Weston Hills Village Hall 01406 380717 Marilyn Surman
Cowbit Parish Council email@example.com
Weston Parish Council 01406 370846 Susan Wilson Sawclerk@aol.com
Police 07944 776822 Naomi Newell
Police (non urgent) 101
Weston Shop and PO 01406 370744 Open Mon—Sat 7am to 7.30pm ,Sun 8am-2pm
Moulton Medical Centre 01406 370265 8am—6pm
Citizens Advice Bureau 01775 717444 www.shcab.org.uk
Registration of Births,
01522 782244 Mon—Fri 8am to 6pm, Sat 9am to 4pm, For
booking appointments at Spalding, Long Sutton, Boston, Bourne
Pilgrim Hospital 01205 364801
Johnson Hospital 01775 652000
NHS Direct 111
Volunteer Car Service 01775 719290 Mrs Pat Preston
Weston Hills Church Vicar-Charles Brown , 01733 211763 , firstname.lastname@example.org
Sally Wilson ,01775 760352 , email@example.com
Churchwardens - Paul Bellamy , 01775 724929
- Christine Woolsey , 01775 769345
Weston Church Vicar –Paul Winn , 01406 373662 email -firstname.lastname@example.org
Cowbit Church Vicar –Charles Brown, 01733 211763 , email@example.com
Churchwardens –Dinah Fairbanks ,01406 380692
-Pauline Start , 01406 380599
Methodist Church Rev Alan Barker , 01406 423270,
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Wednesday 11th July
Dear Friends and Neighbours
Summer is here—despite the rain! There are lots of great events in our
villages over the next couple of months. So why not join a coffee morning
or go along to one of the concerts advertised. Lots of local groups rely on fundraising activities to keep them going so
please support them where you can! Have fun in the Sun and stay safe
Welcome to The Elloe Oracle Magazine
Page 4—13 reasons why!
Page 5—Pimm’s Time
Page 11—Cowbit Playing Field
Page 22—Around the Villages
Page 23– Puzzle page
Safely clean your Grill or BBQ With better weather upon us, it’s important to make sure our BBQ’s are clean and ready to use. Recent research recommends never using a metal-bristled brush to clean a BBQ. This is because the bristles easily come off the brush and stick to the surface of the BBQ. Bristles stick onto the food and get accidentally eaten! As they are so thin, they’re easy to miss if they’re stuck to food, and equally as difficult for medical staff to remove from someone’s mouth! So, what are the alternatives? Using long-handled tongs with a crumpled-up
ball of aluminium foil, gently removes burnt-on debris
Run the BBQ really hot for a few minutes after cooking, most debris burn up and fall off by itself.
Use a steam-cleaner, with or without a grill cleaning product
Clean the BBQ several times to freshen it up
New releases for Jun/Jul 2017
A sensational mystery bestseller that has now been released as a 13 part Netflix series . At the front of the room, facing the students, will be the desk of Mr Porter. He’ll be the last to receive a package with no return address. And in the middle of the room, one desk to the left, will be the desk of Hannah Baker. Empty. You can't stop the future. You can't rewind the past. The only way to learn the secret... is to press play. Clay Jensen returns home from school one day to find a mysterious box with his name on it, outside his front door. Inside he discovers a series of cassette tapes recorded by Hannah Baker - his classmate and crush. Only, she committed suicide two weeks earlier. On the first tape, Hannah explains that there are 13 reasons why she did what she did - and Clay is one of them. If he listens, Clay will find out how he made the list - what he hears will change his life forever. I must admit that when I first came across the series on Netflix I was sceptical but if there was ever a book/series that can awaken us to the impact of bullying or how are actions/ words are interpreted by others -this is it!
If you have a favourite recipe you would like to share on this page contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Method Fill a jug with ice and pour over the Pimm’s and lemonade. Give it a good stir then add the mint, cucumber and fruit.
Ingredients 200ml Pimm’s
No.1 600ml lemonade
To serve Mint sprigs Sliced cucumber Sliced orange Sliced strawberries
Method 1. In a large saucepan, heat 1
tbsp. of the oil. Season the chicken and brown on both sides for 7-8 mins until golden, then set aside on a plate. Put the remaining 1 tbsp. oil in the pan with the pepper, onion and garlic. Fry on a medium heat for 8 mins or until slightly golden. Add the vinegar and cook for 1 min.
2. .Return the chicken to the pan with the paprika and stock. Bring to the boil , then turn down to simmer for 25 mins until the chicken is cooked through. Add the olives and almonds and serve with rice or crusty bread.
Ingredients 2 tbsp. olive oil 500g skinless boneless
chicken thighs 1 red pepper cut into
chunky pieces 1 large onion sliced 2 garlic cloves 1 tbsp. white wine vinegar 1 tbsp. smoked paprika 400ml chicken stock Large handful of black
olives 50g flaked almonds Cooked rice or crusty
bread to serve
Blueberry Milkshake! Ingredients 100g blueberry 2tbsp maple syrup or honey 2 tsp vanilla extract 200ml milk 2 large scoops vanilla ice cream
Method In a blender, whizz blueberries, maple syrup or honey, vanilla extract, milk and ice cream. Pour into milkshake glasses and serve with a straw!
The deadline for submission relating to the new Local Plan for South East Lincolnshire (the areas of Boston Borough Council and South Holland District Council) expired on May 22nd. Once adopted, the Local Plan will guide development and use of land in the area up until 2036. It includes sites to be allocated for different types of development, such as housing and employment in order to meet the area’s needs, as well as identifying areas of land which must be protected from development. It also covers a wide range of other planning-related matters in the form of policies, against which planning applications can be judged. This was the final round of consultation of the plan, and will now be is submitted to the Secretary of State for independent examination in public. Accessing information from South Holland District Council’s website is now quicker and easier, with users having the option to create their own individual online account. The website now has a ‘My Account’ facility, allowing users to create personal accounts, which once logged into, instantly provides information tailored to the individual. To create an account, visit www.sholland.gov.uk and click on the ‘My Account’ option at the top of the page and fill in a short form to confirm your name, address and contact details. You will also be asked to create a user name and password. Once registered, users can log into their accounts and will be able to: • View their localised waste collection dates (including bank holiday variations) – This is also tied to the Garden waste service, identifying if the resident is in an area covered and if there is availability • View their ward councillor(s) without the need to search • Be notified of any local flood warnings . Being logged in via the My Account facility also allows the following online forms to be pre populated with user’s personal details, making it quicker and easier for users to complete
them: • Bulky waste • Garden Waste • Abandoned Vehicle • Flytipping • FOI request • Feedback form • Council tax online service In addition, general accessibility improvements have been made to the site, making it easier to use for residents who have difficulty reading website text or are blind. Users can now have website text read out, change the colour, font and size of text, magnify sections of the page and alter the background colour. To help everybody access the site, there is now the ability to have website pages translated into several different languages. To start using these options, visit www.sholland.gov.uk and click on ‘Accessibility’ a