Grand Opening of the Community Hall
Saturday 24th February 11.30 -13.30
February 22nd, 2024
March 24th, 2022
Please see below 2 job vacancies at Langar Primary School
Caretaker/ Cleaner in Charge
Nottinghamshire County Council, building and Cleaning Service has a vacancy for a caretaker/ cleaner in charge, at Langar Church of England Primary School, working 30 hours per week (approximately 6.30am to 9.30am and 3.00pm to 6.00pm Monday to Friday)
Full training and a uniform will be provided.
A job share will be considered.If you would like further details, please contact Paul Tinsley 07973131783
Langar Church of England Primary School – Midday Supervisor (Term Time)
1 hour 5 mins per day
Monday to Friday (term time only)
Temporary (one year) contract
Governors are looking to appoint a caring, friendly, enthusiastic person to join our team of Midday Supervisors. The role involves working as a member of a team indoors to ensure that the children with particular dietary needs eat well during our “family service” lunch and are well supported and safe. Outdoors, the role involves supervising children with addition needs within our extensive grounds and encouraging and supporting them to play appropriate games and stay active.
The ideal candidate will start as soon as possible and enjoy working with children. They will be motivated, well-organised, hard-working, have good behaviour management skills and be willing to undergo any training that is required.
Langar Church of England Primary School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. An enhanced DBS check is required for this post.
Visits to the school are welcomed, please contact the school if you would like to arrange a visit.
Closing date: Friday 22nd April 2022
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Mrs E J Brown
September 8th, 2021
“Volunteers required – we are planning a couple of sessions to undertake some work on the wildlife area (former pond) in Langar …
The aim would be get a good sized group together on 31st October to cut back hedgerows to a manageable height and width again, remove unwanted weeds and plants and generally cut everything back to level across the site as a whole – then, once all of the cut materials have had time to dry out in situ, return on 7th November and gather everything up and potentially have a small bonfire again.. leaving the site tidy for winter and ready to spring into life again in 2022..
If we say 9:30am on each day to assemble and get started, bringing with you any suitable tools and clothing required please …
For those who prefer to help in a less physical way, all offerings of tea and cake are very welcome!!
Hope to see you there!
August 11th, 2021
October 29th, 2020
Residents urged to stay safe this
Halloween and Bonfire Night
Rushcliffe Borough Council is appealing to those residents taking part in Halloween and Bonfire Night celebrations to stay safe, follow their local COVID-19 restrictions and be mindful of their community when celebrating at home.
As the Borough is under tier three COVID-19 restrictions for both occasions, the authority is urging neighbours to be considerate and help support each other as everyone celebrates slightly differently this year.
This includes not mixing indoors or in private gardens with other households, a rule of six in larger outdoor public spaces such as parks and remembering Hands, Face, Space at all times.
To help guide households, the Council is continuing to update their website with ideas, inspiration and advice for both occasions at www.rushcliffe.gov.uk/halloween
Residents are also being asked to take care and consider the impact garden fireworks or bonfires could have on their surroundings before incorporating them into their celebrations and to notify neighbours of their plans.
Earlier this year, the authority’s Communities Scrutiny group recommended the discontinuation of loud fireworks at Council events in the interests of wildlife, pets, the elderly and those with disabilities.
Anyone setting off fireworks from their property should ensure they have all the proper tools, space and knowledge to do so and should consult with their neighbours to ensure this will not cause unnecessary distress to those nearby.
Low noise fireworks offer a quieter alternative for those wishing to enjoy a garden display full of vivid colours, whilst causing minimal disruption and concern to local neighbours, pets and wildlife.
Rushcliffe Borough Council’s Portfolio Holder for Community and the Environment Cllr Abby Brennan said: “We know how important it is to find opportunities to celebrate in such tough times.
“Many communities are finding novel ways to replace the traditional ‘trick or treat’ with pumpkin trails or Halloween walks that ensure fun for families but keep everyone safe.
“We want to help support communities to enjoy Halloween and Bonfire Night in ways that are both COVID-secure and considerate of our surroundings.
“Please be mindful of Hands, Face, Space when venturing out over the coming weekends and follow the rule of six when meeting with other households outdoors in public spaces.
“It’s also important to remember that fireworks can be distressing for many people, including elderly members of our communities and those with disabilities. They can also have a negative impact on pets and wildlife in our largely rural Borough.
“That’s why we’re encouraging everyone to check with their neighbours before planning to set off fireworks and choose quieter ways to celebrate wherever possible, such as low noise fireworks.
“Fireworks and bonfires can be incredibly dangerous if not set up and monitored carefully and you should not set up either without proper care, attention and consideration.
“If everyone does their best to follow the guidance we can all enjoy a safe and fun Halloween and Bonfire season.”
October 29th, 2020
In line with the more specific Tier 3 COVID-19 guidance announced from central government here https://www.gov.uk/guidance/local-covid-alert-level-very-high-nottinghamshire public buildings including village halls and community centres may now only open from October 30 for:
They should not host exercise groups, events for private hire, such as birthday parties or other social activities.
We do appreciate the effect this will have on many local groups and individuals.
October 29th, 2020
October 27th, 2020
Please find a COVID-19 update below.
Move confirmed to Tier 3 restrictions for Rushcliffe
Rushcliffe, Nottingham, Broxtowe and Gedling Council areas are set to move to Tier 3 COVID-19 restrictions following discussions between Government and our Council Leaders.
These measures come into force at 00.01 on Thursday October 29.
The new measures will expire in 28 days and will be closely monitored by Government and local partners.
The single package of measures across these specific areas will be formally announced tomorrow (Tuesday October 27) and have been agreed to achieve a sustained reduction in infection rates, especially to help protect our vulnerable residents, the NHS and social care services.
A package of support similar to those secured in other parts of the country has been agreed to help residents and businesses who will be impacted by the new restrictions.
Further measures specific to these areas of Nottingham and Nottinghamshire will also be announced tomorrow.
Our Leader Cllr Simon Robinson said: “We know we are asking residents and businesses to make ever more sacrifices, but they are necessary to ensure we can restrict transmission of COVID-19 and protect lives.
“The full measures will be outlined as soon as possible. Please play your part to stop the spread of the virus.”
September 18th, 2020
Unfortunately there will be no Community Apple Day this year however if you have an abundance of fruit and want to turn it into juice then the apple press, crusher and other equipment is available to hire for a nominal fee* for residents of Langar and Barnstone.
If you would like to borrow the equipment please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call Jodi on 869794 to arrange collection.
*the nominal fee is to cover wear and tear of the equipment.
August 8th, 2020
Saturday 15th August. There will be the playing of the Last Post at 11 am followed by a two-minute silence and finishing with Reveille on The Green in Barnstone on the corner of Works Lane and Main Road.
There will be a bugler and the RBL Branch Standard will be in attendance.
Andrew Charlett will also recite the Kohima Epitaph.
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