The Home Delivery Library Service is a free service to those who are unable to visit or use their local library or Mobile Library due to ill health or infirmity.
Books redelivered to people in their homes once every four weeks, based on their personal preferences. The service currently visits two people in the Earlswood area and is keen to take on more customers.
It offers books in both Large and Small print and also talking books on compact disc.
If you love reading but are unable to get to a library or your friend and relations are unable to change books for you, then find out how they can help by contacting them on 01926 851031 or online at www.warwickshire.gov/homelibraryservice
Flicks in the Sticks comes to Earlswood Village Hall
Earlswood Village Hall committee is introducing Flicks in the Sticks on a trial basis on the third Friday of the month from September to April. The first film will be The Revenant on Friday September 16th. Doors open at 7.00pm with the film starting at 7.45pm. There will be a licensed bar and snacks will be available during the interval. Admission is £4 to members and £5 to non-members. Membership is £2 per season (September – April) which can be paid on the night or by completing and returning the membership form below.
Why not come along and join in the fun? Continue reading Flicks in the Sticks…
Undesirable Activity in our Area
Dear residents, this is to update you on our current situation regarding undesirable activity in Malthouse Lane, the car park servicing the park, the Causeway and Valley Road.
We are supporting our residents fully and have been highlighting these issues for the last three months.
As is usual in the summer months not only have visitor numbers increased but also anti social behaviour and drug use/dealing.
We asked and were given extra police patrols. These are ongoing along with plain clothes surveillance and a multi agency operation which is involved on the lakes.
The Anti Social Behaviour Team from Stratford District Council will also be working alongside the police, led by a Sgt. Thomas.
We are doing our best to monitor the situation and we ask that residents work with us. Continue reading Undesirable ActivityCommunity…
Want to set yourself a challenge this year? Then why not get out your bike and take part in the Tommy Godwin Challenge on 25 September?
This event was set up in 2013 to honour the 1948 Olympic medallist Tommy Godwin and to raise funds for the Marie Curie hospice in Solihull where he spent time towards the end of his life. The ride starts and finishes at the hospice in Marsh Lane. Last year we exceeded our target of paying for a day of running the hospice by 50% so this year we are aiming to pay for two days.
Tommy may have been a successful Olympic track cyclist, but he also enjoyed cycling in the Warwickshire lanes and, in later years, was always keen to encourage other cyclists, either established stars or total newcomers. With this event we aim to replicate Tommy’s experience of enjoying the countryside on our doorstep together with his vision of encouraging young riders and others starting out on their cycling journeys. Continue reading Tommy Godwin Challenge…
Here is the agenda for the meeting on 24 May at the Tanworth Village Hall at 7.30pm.
The main item for discussion is the attached draft of a paper setting out the issues and options for widespread consultation with residents later this summer. The outcome of that consultation will then allow us to draw up a plan that reflects residents views and preferences. It is important therefore that all the key issues and options are captured. So please do try to go
We are looking for some new volunteers to help with our next Lakes Clean Up, on Sunday 29 May. We meet up in Malthouse Lane car park at 10.00am.
All members of the community are welcome to attend the next meeting of the Neighbourhood Development Plan Steering Group Meeting. This will take place at Tanworth Village Hall on May 24 at 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm.
The intention is to discuss and confirm the issues and options for inclusion in the NDP consultation later this year.
A document will be published on the NDP website ahead of the meeting for all to read and comment on at the meeting.