Vacancies at Langar Primary School

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

Email – <>

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

Living Wage

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.

Application form and further details are available from the school, please send a large SAE or email <>  telephone: 01949 860056

Closing date: Friday 22nd April 2022

vacancies | Langar C of E Primary School ( <>

Mrs E J Brown

Head Teacher





Signpost March 2022

March 21st, 2022

Please see attached the March Signpost edition

Articles include the following:

‘We Can Do This’! campaign

2 free hot drinks voucher, from the Naturescape Café

A reminder that the next Vale Market Café is on Saturday 9th April

Plus much more!

I hope you find it an interesting read.

Signpost March 2022




Parish Council meeting – Thursday 10th March

March 8th, 2022


Please find attached the agenda for the Parish Council meeting on Thursday 10th March 2022

7.30pm at Barnstone Village Hall


All Welcome

Agenda Thursday 10th March 2022

Temporary Traffic Signals

March 8th, 2022

Good Morning,

Please find attached  the updated  Roadworks Bulletin for Temporary Traffic Signals at Harby Road, Langar. 136m North of the junction with Coach Gap Lane.

Please direct any questions regarding these works to the relevant persons listed in the attached document.

Many thanks

Via East Midlands Ltd

Harby Road Langar 08-03-2022

Local Government Boundary Commission update:

March 1st, 2022

Some positive news from the Local Government Boundary Commission: having considered the points raised by Langar cum Barnstone Parish Council – among others – the Commission is proposing that Langar and Barnstone should now both fall within the single Rushcliffe Borough Council ward of Neville & Langar rather than the two villages being in separate wards. Good news for the Parish Council and for both of our villages.

The detailed proposals can be studied at, along with an opportunity to express your opinion. The Parish Council will discuss the issue at its next meeting.

These proposed boundary changes are distinct from the parliamentary constituency boundary changes which are also currently under consideration.

Questionnaire regarding crossroads between Barnstone & Langar

February 9th, 2022

Dear Langar and Barnstone Community Member,

Langar School Council, in co-operation with Lucy Paine and James Barlow, have been looking into the road safety issues that we have in the villages.

You may have passed us many of us in the morning as we walk or cycle to school. Lots of us want to travel to school like this as it is good for our health and the environment. It is also good for us to start to do this independently as we get older and prepare for secondary school.

However, lots of us worry about getting across Musters Road; the crossroads between Barnstone and Langar. We know that lots of residents and parents worry about this crossing too.

The local councillors, Neil Clarke and Tina Combellack, share our concerns about the junction and they are really keen to support finding a way to make the crossing and getting to school safer. However, to make things happen we need to collect some information, in part so that whatever might be put in place meets the needs of us all.

So, whether or not you have a school age child, we would really value your answers to a few short questions. Please either reply by e-mail ( or by dropping your completed questionnaire off at Langar School where there will be a box for them.



Vale Market Café- Saturday 12th February 2022

February 8th, 2022

Vale Market Café 

Butties with a cuppa and lots of gorgeous cakes.  

Saturday 12th February 2022

Barnstone Village Hall 10 am – 12 noon

Eat and drink with friends & neighbours

Browse the stalls & purchase locally made

or sourced produce and exchange books


Vale Market café cancelled Saturday 8th January 2022

January 3rd, 2022


Due to the high rates of Covid-19, the decision has been made to cancel the Vale Market Café on Saturday 8th January 2022

Vulnerable Rushcliffe Residents

December 22nd, 2021

As we look forward to the festive season there are growing concerns for our most vulnerable Rushcliffe residents if a home care provider should fail or if it could not continue to provide care due to staff absence in light of the current COVID-19 situation.

At any one time social care providers support approximately 9,000 people across Notts and sadly the rapid spread of the Omicron variant in the community and in care providers staff make this prospect ever more likely.

The County Council has developed plans to redeploy its own staff internally to deal with such an eventuality but clearly we are again in uncertain times and need to explore wider support networks.

Therefore as part of the Nottinghamshire Local Resilience Forum, each borough or district council is seeking those in councils and communities to offer support if the need arose. The sort of tasks include the following:

  • Safe and wellbeing checks – physical knock on the door
  • Safe and wellbeing check – phone call
  • Other types of lower level support through the County Council’s Community Support Hub, namely:

o             Access to food delivery

o             Access to food supply

o             Accessing medicine

o             Dog walking

o             Befriending/social wellbeing

Should you or any residents in your towns or parishes wish to offer support please respond to or call either of the numbers below. After 5pm each day please call 07815 706045.

Many thanks for your time in considering this request particularly at a time where again we wish to stay safe but still help others.

Season’s Greetings to you all and thank you for your support throughout 2021.



The Media Team

Rushcliffe Borough Council

T: 0115 914 8555

M: 07815 706045