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Royal British Legion
On Saturday 15th May 2021, the Royal British Legion will be marking its centenary year and we hope you will join us in celebrating this exciting milestone.
Throughout our history, the work of the Royal British Legion has left a deep-rooted legacy for generations to come and we remain dedicated to our mission of creating better futures for all those who have served and continue to serve with the British Armed Forces.
The Royal British Legion was formed in the aftermath of the First World War to fight for the rights of those who had given so much and who came back to so little. Today, we continue to stand with the Armed Forces community and challenge injustices to ensure all those who have served and sacrificed on our behalf get the fair treatment and recognition they deserve.
As we reflect on our achievements over the last 100 years, we know they are not ours alone. The Royal British Legion has always been supported by an extensive network of volunteers, members, fundraisers and partner organisations who share our passion for bringing people together to support, commemorate and celebrate our Armed Forces community. An enormous amount of hours have been spent over many, many years with volunteers helping to collect during Remembrance and for our annual Poppy Appeal. We would like to pay our sincere gratitude to every single person who has sold or bought a Poppy or contributed towards the Appeal over the years. Without their support, we would not be reaching our milestone this year.
Throughout the decades, the Royal British Legion has evolved and adapted, responding to the changing needs of the Armed Forces Community and reflecting the modern-day society in which we play an important role. As we face our next chapter, we are inviting a new generation to be part of our future and continue our vital work.
For any enquiries about the Royal British Legion such as volunteering and fundraising or if anyone would like to do an activity to mark our centenary, please do get in touch with Mark Smith at email@example.com or call 07920 378588.
Further information regarding the availability of Lamp Post Poppies will be sent out shortly.
Community Fundraiser – Nottinghamshire
Mobile: 07920 378588
Contact Centre Telephone: 0808 802 8080
Book of Condolence update:
An in person the Book of Condolence for HRH Prince Philip will now not be in place at Rushcliffe Arena as previously outlined, in line with national advice.
Instead, residents without online access can leave messages of condolence:
- At a County Library, where staff will be able to support customers to complete the online return.
- By sending their message to Nottinghamshire County Council by free-post and this will be uploaded to the national book of condolence.
- From today, by telephone to Nottinghamshire County Council’s Customer Services Centre where they can dictate a message for uploading. This can be completed by calling 0300 500 8080 Monday to Friday 8am to 6pm.
HRH Prince Phillip , Duke of Edinburgh.
Her Majesty The Queen announced the death of her beloved husband, His Royal Highness The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh earlier today April 9th 2021.
At Rushcliffe Arena, flags were lowered to half-mast shortly after the announcement and will be until further notice.
Mayor and Leader’s reaction to today’s announcement
Mayor Cllr Sue Mallender said: “It is with great sadness to learn of the passing of HRH Prince Philip who has been a figure in all our lives for as long as many of us can remember.
“We share the Royal Family’s mourning for his loss and will be informing residents in due course how they can pay their respects to acknowledge his life and passing.”
Our Leader Cllr Simon Robinson said: “Our thoughts are with Her Majesty The Queen, the Royal Family and everyone who knew His Royal Highness Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, at this incredibly sad time.
“Please continue to check our website www.rushcliffe.gov.uk that will inform residents how they can pay their respects to His Royal Highness.”
Online Book of Condolence
An online Book of Condolence is now available for all Rushcliffe residents to sign on our website as they wish here until further notice.
Messages will appear on the same page for all to view as soon as possible.
In person Book of Condolence
An in person Book of Condolence will be available at Rushcliffe Arena, Rugby Road, West Bridgford, NG2 7YG from Monday April 12 from 10am to 4pm each day until further notice for all Rushcliffe residents to sign as they wish.
This is in line with Rushcliffe Arena leisure centre opening as part of the Government’s COVID-19 roadmap and will be in a COVID secure area.
Parish Councils can open book of condolences as they see fit but are advised to make any in person books available in COVID secure public areas.
National Book of Condolence
An online national Book of Condolence is expected to be launched at https://royal.uk soon.
Following advice from the Royal household and Cabinet Office there is a request for people not to gather or lay flowers amid the coronavirus pandemic.
New restrictions in place from Wednesday 2nd December:
Rushcliffe Leader calls for all to stay at home, protect the NHS and save lives
Leader of Rushcliffe Borough Council Cllr Simon Robinson is calling on the public to do all they can to follow new national restrictions around COVID-19 and continue to play their part by staying at home to protect the NHS and save lives.
Measures for England outlined on Saturday by the Prime Minister come into force today (Thursday) in an attempt to reduce the number of transmissions and protect the NHS from rising hospital admissions.
Cllr Robinson said: “It’s incredibly important that everybody now complies with these new restrictions.
“I know it’s exceptionally tough on so many of us as residents and business owners but we are in a really serious situation.
“It needs everyone to continue playing their part, starting with staying at home wherever you can and remembering hands, face, space whenever you do leave home for essential reasons
“I cannot stress enough how important it is as we go forward we all follow these rules to protect each other and get on top of this virus.
“Shop Local Shop Safe at essential outlets and please do keep supporting local traders who are able to continue to operate.
“If you have any questions at all please visit our website www.rushcliffe.gov.uk – it clarifies more on staying at home, meeting others safely, the latest for our businesses and venues and possible financial support, going to work safely and childcare and children’s activities.
“There’s also information available for anyone who needs support with social isolation, mental health or anyone suffering domestic abuse, we understand the pressures so many of us can face at home.
“These measures are very much about protecting everybody in our communities with these huge sacrifices we have to make.
“I’m disappointed we’re in this again after all we did earlier this year but we are where we are and we’ve got to make that commitment and get on top of this pandemic.
“Let me absolutely stress too, a priority is to get that financial support into eligible business bank accounts as soon as possible.
“So as soon as we’ve received the final guidance from government on the business grants packages, we’ll publish the details and then we’ll contact businesses to make sure we can get that vital money out to them.
“Stay safe, continue to look after one another and please follow the rules so we can look forward to a brighter Christmas and 2021.”
Langar cum Barnstone Community Action Response: COVID-19
Please ask for help if you need it, volunteers are waiting for your call.
The link to the Facebook page is https://www.facebook.com/groups/261399411537988/?hc_location=ufi
Proposed new Village Hall receives Planning Approval
Further updates will be available here as the Village Hall Development Committee consider the next steps in the process.
This site has been providing a service to our parishioners since June, 2007. It is an essential resource for both new-comers to our Parish and current residents. This site endeavours to include as much information as possible on all the activities happening in our two busy villages, along with useful contacts and links for local organisations and services. Have a good look around the site and you will see we truly are an active community. However if there is anything we have missed that you would like to see included please let us know and we’ll get it updated. If you would like to play a bigger part on in our community, get involved. The Langar cum Barnstone Parish Council meets once a month, barring August, in the village hall in Barnstone. Visit the ‘Your Council’ page for information on how you can get in touch.
Langar cum Barnstone – Two Villages, One Community!
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6th May 2021
Barnstone Play Park will be closed from Monday 17th May, for approximately 1 week. The new Trail Trim is being installed! For safety reasons, please do not use until further notice
6th May 2021
Langar cum Barnstone Parish Council – Chairman’s Report It has been a very challenging year for everyone around the world. The wide spread of the coronavirus at the outset of 2020 led to a nationwide… Read More »
27th April 2021
WPD will be making essential repairs to the HV cables feeding the HV Pole Transformer opposite the car park gate due to a fault on the system. Tarmac have spoken to WPD with regards to… Read More »
Get in Touch
Clerk to the Parish Council
Mrs Sharon Ellis
22 Brownes Road
T: 07984 075016