All Saints Church - Watercolour Pictures
On Wednesday 8th Jan. 2018, Rupert Cordeux watercolour artist from Coventry was painting views of All Saints Church. During discussions he said that he particularly liked the south aspect church windows and made arrangement to come along.
The attached images show;
- Rupert painting the south aspect windows, looking towards the font, from the centre aisle.
- Finished painting of 'Cold Sunny Morning. Clipston.'
- Another painting of the church from the lane going to the villahe hall - 'View of Clipston Church'.
Rupert also does 3D models of churchs, his paintings and chuch models can be seen on the following web sites;
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Kelmarsh Windfarm Community Benefit
Kelmarsh Windfarm Community Benefit
(K.W.C.B for short), are pleased to inform all of the people living in the Parishes of Clipston, Naseby, Haselbech and Kelmarsh that we may make available, small and larger sums of money for projects that will benefit and enhance our communities. Applications may be made 4 times a year and the deadlines for these proposals will be on
1st Feb., 1st May., 1st Aug. & 1st Nov. for the next 23 years.
The website, www.kwcb.co.uk , is now live and helpful documents for applications and advice can be downloaded and printed directly from the website.
WHO BENEFITS? HOW DOES THE FUND WORK ?
The money available comes from an agreement made with the owners of the local windfarm, who want to encourage the 4 communities to develop facilities that will improve the lives of the villagers. Primarily the 4 Villages will have the opportunity to Benefit from just under £7000 for 23 years per annum each.
There is a wider benefit for Northamptonshire Education available, if the 4 Village Communities do not use all of their funds. There are two Community Fund Representatives per village - they are to counsel applicants on the process to achieve the highest proposal scores.
The Community Representatives for each village are:-
Clipston Roger Wallett & Rob Davidson
Haselbech Rob Harrison & Simon Hunt
Kelmarsh Elizabeth Swain & Dave Blencowe
Naseby Scott Westaway & Paul Kelly
The scoring system is in place to ensure that successful applications have the widest community benefit. The proposal, spend , and benefit are assessed and audited.
Christmas 2018 Waste & Recycling Collections
Residents across Daventry District are being offered support to recycle as much as possible over the Christmas and New Year period
There will be an extra collection of the blue-lidded recycling bins which will take place in the week beginning 7 January. People should put their blue-lidded bin out alongside any others that are due to be emptied on their usual collection day during this week.
A range of festive items can be recycled, including sweet tins, and foil-free wrapping paper and Christmas cards. As a good rule of thumb, wrapping paper that can be torn is probably made from paper and can therefore be recycled.
Food waste bins will continue to be collected on their usual weekly schedule, and can be used to recycle leftover raw and cooked foods, including vegetable peelings, egg shells, out-of-date food, plate scrapings, solid fats, meat and fish bones. Please do not put any liquids in the caddy.
Black bins containing general waste will also be collected on the usual three-weekly cycle, and residents are reminded to make good use of the recycling services, as bins with raised lids will not be collected.
Those subscribed to the garden waste service will continue to receive collections on their usual schedule in the run up to Christmas and New Year, but there will be a break in collections during the second week of January to allow crews to focus on the extra seasonal recycling. Subscribers can have their real Christmas trees collected after Christmas, by either cutting them up and putting them in their garden waste bin, or by placing it alongside the bin for collection in the week beginning 22 January.
There are no communal collection points for real Christmas trees, but those without a garden waste subscription can take their tree to their local household waste recycling centre.
People are also reminded that they can check their collection day and set up notifications to remind them which bins to put out by downloading the DDC app for their mobile phone or tablet device.
Available for free from Apple's App Store and the Google Play store, the app can also be used to access the latest news from DDC, as well as information about local facilities, services, shops, bars and restaurants.
Alternatively people can check their bin collection dates and find out more about waste and recycling collections at www.daventrydc.gov.uk/recycling<http://www.daventrydc.gov.uk/recycling>
STOP PRESS…….Ideal Christmas present - Clipston Map
STOP PRESS…….Ideal Christmas present.
Only a very few Clipston maps available, size A2,cost £25.
Contact Faye Tan (07725 427311) or email@example.com to order.
Dedication of 12 Oak Trees - Sunday 11th Nov. 2018 at 3.30pm @ Recreation Ground
Dedication of 12 Oak Trees to commemorate the 100th Anniversary of the end of World War 1 (1914 -1918)
Clipston Recreation Field - Sunday 11th November 2018 at 3.30pm
• Lighting of the Clipston Beacon
• Dedication of oak trees
• Laying of wreaths
• Unveiling of the memorial plaque
• Refreshments at the Pavilion
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