You may be wondering why a Totem pole
appeared in the grounds of The Grange on Friday 3rd May.
If you would like to find out why click here to get
the full story.
The Parish Council held the Annual Meeting on Thursday 18th April
in Grange Hall.
The Annual Parish meeting is a meeting for Villagers to ask questions of
their Councillors. As well as Parish Councillors it was therefore good to
welcome our County Councillor Kay Cutts as well as Borough Councillors
and the Police.
The Committee Chairman and the Chairman of the Council gave various reports.
These concerned the achievements and goals of the past year and the way
forward for 2013/2014.
The Chairman was delighted to present this years Civic Awards in front of
a well attended meeting.
If you would like to read about the awards and those awarded click here.
After the presentations Councillors took a variety of questions from the
public audience. Refreshments afterwards gave time for informal talk and a
chance to visit the community groups who had displays in the hall.
The annual report from the Parish Council as a Statement of Activities can be
found by clicking here.
At a recent meeting,
the Borough Council decided to refuse outline planning permission for residential
development (up to 300 dwellings) on land north of Nottingham Road, Radcliffe-on-Trent,
principally on the grounds of green belt, extra road traffic and flood risk
Parish Council Newsletter
for Radcliffe on Trent goes to almost 4000 homes. If you would like to advertise
or put an article in that relates to the Village, then please get in
touch to the parish office on 9335808 or email
The deadline date is 15th June.
If you would like to have a trade stand
with an old fashioned theme, please call the parish office on 9335808 or email
To find out about the show and see the event poster
To view all the categories to decide which you'd like to enter
click here for page 1 or
click here for page 2.
To download a Radcliffe Village Show Official Entry form
To download a Scarecrow Entry form
To download the official Victoria Sandwich Cake Recipe
If you would like to read about the history of the Radcliffe Village Show
from the 1950's click here.
This site was last updated 16th May 2013