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New residents on roadside Colne Rd. have fixed a lovely Christmas tree to their house frontage - thanks to all those who have made the effort for the benefit of us all!

 Posted by Joan | 18/12/2013 21:31:36 | Post / View Replies | 0 replies to this message

All is well! Joan is back in town!
Happy Christmas to all Cowlingweb patrons (and everybody else)

Edna

 Posted by Edna Smith | 18/12/2013 13:24:31 | Post / View Replies | 1 reply to this message

Hi. Does anyone know what's happening with the house on the corner of Gill Lane and Middleton (I think it's number 2, Middleton) ? It's been derelict for some time now, but there have been signs of life lately, although I couldn't find any planning applications relating to it.

 Posted by Chris Jones | 16/12/2013 07:58:03 | Post / View Replies | 1 reply to this message

Lost on 10th Dec.. Pyrenean mountain dog. Owner at Cowling Hill. Don't know the colour of the dog but as there are not many about, that is no barrier. Driver told me of this loss this morning, when passing Middleton.

 Posted by Banks | 10/12/2013 13:19:44 | Post / View Replies | 0 replies to this message

I have know doubt there will be a message on here about dog fouling, as a dog owner I have a plasic bag/bags in my pocket at all time, for cleaning up after my dog, as he does tend to like the same patch of grass or tree and i'm sure the owner of these areas would be very unset if i let it accumulate over the months. So why am I expected put up with HORSE muck in steaming piles across the pavement outside my abode. on the 8th of Dec I watched 5 horse walking down the pavement, later when I walked the dog, there was the normal piles of muck all over the pavement between nan scar and park lane. Is this acceptable, or should I start growing rose,
At one point last year I witnessed a horse stop right outside my front gate, lift its tail and deposit a new steaming pile, the rider made no attemp to stop it or move it.

 Posted by Dale. | 09/12/2013 20:14:59 | Post / View Replies | 0 replies to this message

Joan, I wonder if you have any news of Yvonne Lopez nee Towers. I have written numerous emails and also snail mails but have had no reply for weeks Regardss Jim,

 Posted by Jimmylad | 02/12/2013 04:01:53 | Post / View Replies | 3 replies to this message

CONGRATULATIONS TO GEMMA TOWELL of Pinnacle View, on her fantastic achievement raising funds for the cancer charity... having cycled past the 5,000 mile mark on 18th November, and raising £2,300 which has been matched by her employers at Whitakers Chocolates! Well done!

 Posted by Joan | 03/12/2013 14:46:16 | Post / View Replies | 0 replies to this message

Mark
You should think about removing the *New* from the Village Newsletter menu item as the latest edition is March 2010!!

I know we've been over this before but how difficult can it be for the Newsletter team to let you have a PDF or similar to the website. Over to you Miss Robinson.

 Posted by David Chilton | 21/11/2013 01:15:39 | Post / View Replies | 4 replies to this message

15.1hh welsh cob cross, 19 years young for part loan/share. Stabled at Buckstones Equestian Centre. Not a novice ride. For more information please contact Vicky on 07848989980

 Posted by Vicky Pearman | 15/11/2013 18:26:24 | Post / View Replies | 0 replies to this message

Hi, if you live in Cowling and one day dont have the time to walk your dog I can walk him/her for you, if you want more information please email lauren@eclipse-management.co.uk
Thanks :)

 Posted by Lauren | 12/11/2013 18:34:29 | Post / View Replies | 0 replies to this message

CONGRATULATIONS TO PHOEBE ROBINSON - OUR 14 YR. OLD NEWSLETTER EDITOR WHO HAS WON THE CRAVEN COMMUNITY CHAMPIONS YOUTH CATEGORY, AND ALSO TO EDNA SMITH AND MRS. BEAUFOY WHO WERE IN THE FINALS AT CONISTON HALL LAST NIGHT!
There were over 40 people who were entered by individuals and community groups!
Well done - good news for a change!

 Posted by Joan | 08/11/2013 13:36:42 | Post / View Replies | 0 replies to this message

For outlying farms etc. and any residents who may not already get Cowling Newsletter delivered via their letterboxes by volunteers, spare copies may be obtained at Bains Corner Shop, St. Andrews Church and the Village Hall. Thanks.

 Posted by JMT | 07/11/2013 12:26:47 | Post / View Replies | 0 replies to this message

If you would like any information about Rita's. Please do not hesitate to contact me.
Kind Regards
To all

 Posted by Rachel Ezzeddine | 06/11/2013 02:34:08 | Post / View Replies | 0 replies to this message

The Annual Remembrance Service will be held on Sunday 10th November at 10.30 a.m. at Holy Trinity Church this year, led by Rev'd. M. Cowgill. Just before 11 a.m. the congregation will be at the churchyard memorial for the Act of Remembrance, where the wreath will be laid by two children from Cowling School, and the 70 names of the Cowling lads who lost their lives in both World Wars will be read out. Afterwards another wreath will be placed on the main street recreation ground memorial by Cowling Parish Council who represent the village and the families of those who lost their lives.
"WE WILL REMEMBER THEM"

 Posted by JMT | 01/11/2013 11:30:31 | Post / View Replies | 0 replies to this message

PARISH COUNCIL NEWS: If you would like an update on what your parish council does and has been doing, please visit the Cowling Council website for latest news, "Undertakings" and minutes.
You will now also find a link to the "new" old Cowling photos video set to music, and which will shortly be made into a DVD.
Next meeting will be held on Monday 4th November at St. Andrews Church at 7 p.m.
If the cafe is still open, also a "Drop In" session from 11 a.m. - noon the same day. There are still 2 vacancies for new cllrs. Please contact the clerk or any cllr. if you are interested.

 Posted by Joan | 25/10/2013 14:40:51 | Post / View Replies | 0 replies to this message

Notice on door of village hall - why has the youth club closed?

 Posted by Joan | 18/10/2013 21:54:55 | Post / View Replies | 0 replies to this message

Please call in at Drystone Cafe and sign petition to try to prevent its closure very soon.
Think it has been a great asset to the village and lots of planning and hard work has gone into it!

 Posted by Joan | 10/10/2013 20:37:15 | Post / View Replies | 4 replies to this message

To report anti-social behaviour in the village - please ring -

Serg. Paul Taylor PS 1264
Safer Neighbourhood
Dial 101, Press Option No. 2.

 Posted by JMT | 13/10/2013 14:37:03 | Post / View Replies | 0 replies to this message

CLEANER WANTED
three times a week
Times are flexible
Call Anna
07813703585

 Posted by Chris | 05/10/2013 13:05:20 | Post / View Replies | 0 replies to this message

Sutton website is 10 today! How old is Cowling website now - 12yrs? which is why we got this computer in the first place - to see what "he" was up to with "our" village haha! The old pc is still going strong and has been used almost every day and for hundreds of hours, although we do have a backup laptop now just in case! Thanks for all the contributions, still love all the photos, although some of their owners have long since gone - but what a super legacy to leave behind!

 Posted by Joan | 29/09/2013 19:16:38 | Post / View Replies | 1 reply to this message

Event:
NYCC Crosshills Library and Customer Services Centre
Thursday 10th October 10.00am - 1.00pm
Feel Good Drop In Free
Taster sessions and information on: relaxation, healthy living, clubs and sports
Tips on things to do to make you feel really good
Tel 0845 034 9533
If you would like to promote a local club please contact - julie.lonsdale@northyorks.gov.uk
Tel 01609 533659

 Posted by Julie Lonsdale | 18/09/2013 12:00:26 | Post / View Replies | 0 replies to this message

Hi everyone. Does anyone know of a book club / reading group in the village?
If not, would anyone be interested if I was to start one? Thanks

 Posted by Karen | 04/02/2013 00:16:39 | Post / View Replies | 16 replies to this message

Plumber needed urgently
please ring 07732 624684

 Posted by Lesley & Richard Cleaver | 17/09/2013 17:02:23 | Post / View Replies | 0 replies to this message

Just wanted to inform everyone about the below event, it will be advertised in the newsletter next month but will be too late for anyone wanting to enter by the time it's released.
Rotary Club of Keighley Young Musician Competition
Saturday 5th October 2013 - 2pm
Send enquiries to Rotarian Judy Hazlehurst at
78 Laycock Lane, KEIGHLEY BD22 0PJ/ Tel: 01535 603184
E-mail judyhazlehurst@keighleyrotary.org for more information
Entries must be received by Tuesday 24th September 2013
Thanks

 Posted by Phoebe (Cowling News) | 15/09/2013 16:17:34 | Post / View Replies | 1 reply to this message

Could someone tell me who is contracted to cut the grass verges down shop lane please?

 Posted by Sam | 14/09/2013 19:46:28 | Post / View Replies | 3 replies to this message

We live at Fold Farm. In the last few days we have had a duck lamed and a chicken disembowled in separate dog attacks. If you really care about animals you will keep your dogs on a lead and under full control when walking up Fold Lane and on the footpaths.

 Posted by Alison Shorrock | 10/09/2013 19:29:34 | Post / View Replies | 2 replies to this message

Noticed a reference to the August Newsletter in Joan's latest post. Any reason why these are not posted on this website? There is a Village Newsletter option with some very old listings.

 Posted by David Chilton | 05/08/2013 20:44:16 | Post / View Replies | 8 replies to this message

REMINDER: A PUBLIC MEETING will be held on Tuesday 3rd Sept. at 7 p.m. at St. Andrews M.C. - in order to form a new committee and discuss plans for the gradual refurbishment of our main street recreation ground, and the possibility of allotments. The old committee had not met for over a year, so a small interim cttee. was formed to oversee rec. ground affairs for the time being, and to update the old covenant which was made in 1923. Open to all residents, organisations and recreation ground users!
The usual parish council meeting will be held on Monday 2nd September at 7 p.m.

 Posted by AM/JMT | 29/08/2013 17:07:26 | Post / View Replies | 0 replies to this message

looking for loving homes for 2 dogs, a beatifull saluki girl aand a male saluki cross, both dogs very placid and freindley, due to health and commitments i no longer cope due to having 2 more dogs with health problems,they are very lazy dogs in the home and love to sleep but also love to run and go for country walks,neither dogs would suit a house with cats or young children ,this is a reluctant decision and will only let go to a suitable home ,, can be homed seperatley,, please ring for details or to meet the dogs thankyou 07585507152

 Posted by dawn wilson | 28/08/2013 09:58:23 | Post / View Replies | 0 replies to this message

Saturday 31st August, 8pm
live band, bar and refreshments at the village hall
The band are called The Silhouettes and play mainly the best known hits from the 60's, 70's and 80's

Proceeds to be split between 4 village groups: football, cricket, rec and hall,

tickets available from Cowling Chippy

 Posted by DaveR | 20/08/2013 10:51:46 | Post / View Replies | 0 replies to this message

A PUBLIC MEETING will be held at St. Andrews M.C. on Tuesday 3rd September at 7 p.m. to discuss the way forward and the gradual refurbishment of our main street Recreation Ground.
Open to all residents, organisations and recreation ground users!

 Posted by AM/JMT | 15/08/2013 12:11:45 | Post / View Replies | 0 replies to this message

Just to let people know my shed on lingcrag gardens was broken into last night and someone stole my bike. If anyone knows of a Carrera Vulcan mountain in black/white with green trim going cheap could they please contact PC1769 James Dykes at Crosshills police station with any information. Thanks.

 Posted by Jamie Crawford | 12/08/2013 17:08:45 | Post / View Replies | 0 replies to this message

The SHLAA "land availability in Cowling - for the Craven District housing plan" MAP has unfortunately not printed very well in the August newsletter - pls. refer to Cowling Council site to download the full map with feedback form - to be returned to Craven District Council. If residents have any problems, pls. email Joan@Cowlingweb.co.uk for a copy via internet. Extra copies of the village newsletter are always available at the corner shop or at the cafe. Thanks.

 Posted by Joan | 05/08/2013 13:37:09 | Post / View Replies | 0 replies to this message

Photographs from the Gala are now available to view here - www.cowlingweb.co.uk/events_gallery/galleryview.asp?galleryID=34

 Posted by Mark @ Cowlingweb | 29/07/2013 05:04:21 | Post / View Replies | 3 replies to this message

Vintage wooden weaving loom shuttle from John binn mill in Cowling £3 to collect from cowling.
please call joanne on 07771657455

 Posted by joanne | 02/08/2013 10:41:36 | Post / View Replies | 0 replies to this message

found a pic of Christine lister trying to contact we were school mates years and years ago lol

 Posted by janet complin | 28/02/2013 02:57:51 | Post / View Replies | 5 replies to this message

Reliable person looking for domestic house cleaning jobs. Any jobs taken flexible hours. Not scared of hard work. All aspects of domestic cleaning. All enquiries welcome. Contact-07780260562

 Posted by Jade | 30/07/2013 18:32:55 | Post / View Replies | 0 replies to this message

Does anyone know of small units/ garages/ workshops in Cowling that are rented out? I'm looking for one around October time to rent for a couple of months

 Posted by KP | 29/07/2013 20:31:48 | Post / View Replies | 0 replies to this message

Hi
Does anyone have Jan Ackroyds contact details or Jan - could you please call me on 07887 840499. If anyone does have Jan's contact details or if you are in contact with Jan, could you please pass my contact information onto Jan and ask her to give me a call please.
Thanks Very Much, Tim Ferguson at High Adventure
My email address is tim@highadventureoec.co.uk

 Posted by Tim Ferguson | 29/07/2013 16:47:34 | Post / View Replies | 0 replies to this message

We're looking for a casual gardener for general light maintenance work - weeding, tidying etc - for a small garden on Middleton. Just a couple of hours a fortnight over the summer months should do it.

Any suggestions? If so, please reply to this message or contact Sarah on 07932664940.

 Posted by Sarah Kernick | 17/07/2013 22:36:21 | Post / View Replies | 2 replies to this message

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