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Tranquility Time Paddling Along the River Nene

Tranquility Time and River Spirit SUP team up for an evening of relaxation…

Nene Local Magazine went on an adventure on Monday evening.  Here at the magazine we are an outdoorsy family and have kayaked in the past and love our boating – Helen from Nene Local says “I’d spotted people on paddle boards from the boat before and knew I wanted to try it.”

Time for Tranquility Retreats had partnered with River Spirit SUP (Stand up Paddle Boarding) to put on an evening paddle along the River Nene, along with a floating meditation.  Our time began by being added to a Messenger group so we could be given direction and instructions on what to wear, what to bring etc.

So by the time we arrived at the venue in Ringstead, we had all ‘met’ each other in messenger.  Lyndz did her demo and safety instructions whilst Sue got us to fill out our forms.

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Our valuables, like phones and car keys were safely stowed away in the building and we put on our buoyancy aids.  We were all given a paddle board and paddle and invited safely, one by one into the water – at this point we were kneeling on the paddle boards as we were all beginners.

Up stream first as this is the most tiring direction, we paddled along next to the ducks and the occasional heron, for around half a mile.  It was a windy evening so fighting the current and the wind provided an excellent work out!

As we turned the bend into a more sheltered part of the river we lined up and posed for some photos.  Personally, I thought the balance and steering was quite doable, tricky at times but not too difficult. I’d been anxious during the day but needn’t have worried, as I loved it.

There is a great oak tree near the lock we had paddled to, and we congregated under the tree, lay on our boards and Susan took us on a wonderfully relaxing,  guided meditation.   Lyndz oversaw that no one floated away as we were all lying down with our eyes closed.  It was surprisingly easy to relax.

We did have a rainstorm on our way back, but we laughed our way through it and soldiered on regardless.  Our return paddle was easier being downstream and most of us had a go at standing up on the board.  Lyndz expertly got us having a go and facing any nervousness we had.

Standing for me will certainly need a bit more practice but I was glad I had a go.

My evening paddle might just have sparked a new hobby for me…….

 

For more information

River Spirit SUP Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/riverspiritsup/

Time for Tranquility Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TranquilityTimeLtd/

 

Planning Applications: 29 July 2020 WEEKLY LIST

To add your comments to any planning applications – click on the ENC website or click the link below to go directly to the article you require.

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Notice is given that the following applications have been received together with the last date for making representations:

 

Lowick And Slipton

20/00337/FUL and 20/00338/LBC

(1 September 2020) (CA)(LB) Reinstatement terrace of cottages following catastrophic fire, internal alterations to layout and extension to rear (as per Design and Access Statement dated March 2020) (Resubmission of 9/01645/FUL) 1 – 3 Sudborough Road Slipton

Applicant: C. L. Stopford-Sackville

 

 

Rushden

20/00699/FUL

(1 September 2020) (CA) The installation of air conditioning/refrigeration plant to designated area on roof

Unit 1 48 – 50 High Street Rushden Applicant: Mr Ken Jones – Iceland Foods Ltd

 

Nassington

20/00809/LBC

(1 September 2020) (LB) Internal alterations comprising new staircase and alterations to first floor partitions and doors 53 Station Road Nassington

Applicant: Mr Nick Smith

 

Titchmarsh

20/00750/FUL

(1 September 2020) (CA) Demolition of existing shed (1.8m x 2.4m) to be replaced with a larger shed (3m x 3m);

which will be used to process and store shop deliveries. Titchmarsh Village Shop 1 The Green Titchmarsh

Applicant: Mr John Wills

 

Irthlingborough

19/01744/FUL

(1 September 2020) (CA) Upgrade  wooden windows to UPVC double glazed on property numbers 5 to 11 5 Meeting Lane Irthlingborough  Applicant: Mr James Barker

 

Titchmarsh

20/00767/FUL

(1 September 2020) (ART15) Change of use of part of a general purpose agricultural building, to indoor stabling

and housing of an equestrian water treadmill Two Hoots Barn Huntingdon Road

Thrapston

Applicant: Mrs Anna Cheney

 

Thrapston

20/00746/FUL

(1 September 2020) (CA) Replacement  of existing windows and doors; like for like  replacement of existing roof

22 High Street Thrapston Applicant: Ms Thamilche

 

 

Nassington

20/00822/LBC

(1 September 2020) (LB) A new  extension to the side of the dwelling, an addition to the 20th century element of

the dwelling; Aesthetic improvements to the exterior of the dwelling including  new heritage windows, new painting of external elements and replacing brick construction with stone; Minor alterations to internal layout and the rebuilding of broken staircases to the 2nd floor. 46 Station Road Nassington

Applicant: Metcalf

 

Higham Ferrers

20/00833/FUL

(1 September 2020) (CA) Change of use of former Higham Ferrers Library building to offices (B1 Use) with retention of part of building for community use (D1 Use) 1A Midland Road Higham Ferrers

Applicant: Snowdon Homes Ltd – Mr Lee

 

Irthlingborough

20/00757/FUL

(1 September 2020) (CA) Change of use from retail unit (A1) to self-contained residential apartment (C3) – Re

submission of 19/01523/FUL 1 Addington Road Irthlingborough

Applicant: Mr Parekh

 

Oundle

20/00784/LBC

(1 September 2020) (LB) Formation of extended parking area Lime House 4 East Road Oundle

Applicant: Tara Belcher

 

Woodford

20/00626/FUL

(1 September 2020) (CA) Construction of detached two storey dwelling and detached garage. Renewal  ubmission of approval  17/00984/FUL

3A De Capel Close Woodford

Applicant: Mr Nightingale – SJ And MJ Nightingale Ltd

 

Raunds

20/00745/FUL

(1 September 2020) (ART15) Erection of a 70 bedroom care home (C2) with associated amenity areas, a children’s day nursery (100 places) with associated play space, 8 care home staff apartments, access roads and 45 car parking spaces Land North Of Raunds Fronting Brick Kiln Road North Street Brooks Road And Midland Road Raunds

Applicant: Mr David Hicks – Country Court Care

 

Lutton

20/00804/FUL

(1 September 2020) (CA) Proposed Stable Block Milton House Main Street Lutton Applicant: Hind

 

Kings Cliffe

20/00832/FUL

(1 September 2020) (CONSIT) Single storey side extension; two storey rear extension; and new front porch

9 Wood Road Kings Cliffe Applicant: Mr Ben Coulthard

 

Kings Cliffe

20/00819/FUL

(1 September 2020) (CA) To re-roof existing barn at rear of the property and convert to new kitchen

42 West Street Kings Cliffe

Applicant: Mrs Debbie Balmer

 

Titchmarsh

20/00870/FUL

(1 September 2020) (CA) Erection of single storey rear extension, loft conversion with dormer window to rear

and removal of redundant chimney stack 19 Chapel Street Titchmarsh

Applicant: Ms Tasha Darington

 

The reason for applications being advertised is as follows:

 

Art 15 – Publicity for planning application under Article 15 of the Town and Country Planning (Development Management Procedure) (England) Order 2015 (as amended);

EIA – Publicity for planning application accompanied by an Environmental Statement under Article 15 of the Town and Country Planning (Development Management Procedure) (England) Order 2015 (as amended);

LB – Publicity for listed building consent/planning application affecting the setting of a listed building under regulation 5/5a of the Listed Buildings and Conservation Area Regulations 1990 (as amended);

CA – Publicity for planning application which may affect the character and appearance of a Conservation Area under regulation 5a of the Listed Buildings and Conservation Area Regulations 1990 (as amended).

GPDO – Publicity for prior notification application in accordance with the Town and Country Planning (General Permitted Development) (England) Order 2015 (as amended).

 

Only applications required by legislation to be published in a local paper are listed above. You can view the full weekly list of applications received along with application documents, plans and environmental statements on our website.

Nene Local Speaks to Wani Olatunde Photography

Wani Olatunde Photography is doing an interview with Nene Local Magazine who is seeing how local businesses and charities have been fairing during the pandemic ….

We spoke to Wani and  the owner and head photographer at the photography boutique Wani Olatunde Photography based in Milton Keynes.

Nene Local – Tell us more about what you doWani Olatunde Photography | nene local

I’m a wedding and portrait photographer but I like to say I photograph women. Wani Olatunde Photography is all about celebrating women and everything that is important to them.

This can range from offering authentic and modern headshots to help promote your business to beauty shoots that help our clients build their self-confidence and fall in love with themselves all over again. And of course, as hopeless romantics, weddings are just one big celebration of love, family and beautiful memories.

 

Nene Local – Has your business survived the pandemic?

 

It’s been pretty tough. As you can imagine, as a wedding and event photographer – a whole chunk of the business for the year was wiped out which was incredibly frustrating. Luckily, we’ve had the portraits end to fall back on and with things opening back up slowly – we’ve started booking clients in the studio again and that’s been reassuring.

 

Nene Local – Have you changed what you do – tell us how?

 

The business in essence hasn’t changed – we just have more safety precautions in place in line with the government guidelines. I think the main change for us has been around creating more online content. I was forced to move out of my comfort zone and think about how I could serve my clients without being able to actually photograph them. It’s certainly been an interesting period.

 

Nene Local – Have you learned any new skills during lockdown?

 

One thing I’m really proud of is the Headshots Challenge we ran over the lockdown period. Everyone was focused on improving their online presence during lockdown and a lot of people needed to update their pictures too. Although I couldn’t photograph them myself – I really wanted to find a way to support my community. We ran a 5 day headshot challenge which basically deconstructed the perfect headshot.

Every day we had a different expert in to talk about a different aspect of the headshot. We chatted about everything from what to wear, the right hair and makeup looks to posing tips and standing out on LinkedIn.

At the end of the challenge, all our attendees had to submit their best headshot using all our tips and there was a grand prize to be won. It was a really fun and informative challenge and we got lots of great feedback from our audience. I had never done a Facebook Live prior to lockdown, so it definitely took me out of my comfort zone but I was really glad we did it.

 

Nene Local – Are these going to benefit your business?

 

Most definitely. I’m learning to move out of my comfort zone and that video isn’t really so bad.  I’ll be doing a lot more Facebook and Instagram lives to help connect with my audience going forward. #watchthisspace

 

Nene Local – Have you learned any personal lessons in lockdown?

 

I think the most important thing lockdown has taught me is how to slow down. At the beginning of the year, I had a giant to do list that I just had to get through and when that didn’t happen thanks to the lockdown, I admit I had a bit of a freak out at the beginning. However, I’ve learnt the importance of being flexible and that self-imposed deadlines aren’t set in stone. I’ve also learned the importance of self-care and taking breaks to recharge.  I am grateful for that.

 

Nene Local – What changes (if any?) will you be making to your life or business as things get back to normal?

 

I’ll definitely be stuffing my day less and leaving more breathing room to take breaks. I’m also a lot more flexible about my deadlines, which feels a lot less overwhelming. I’ll be challenging myself more to think out of the box and be more solution focused. Resilience and adaptability will certainly be key to moving forward in our “new normal”.

 

For more information

 

Website: https://www.waniolatundeportraits.com

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/waniolatundeportraits/

Headshot challenge videos can be found in the “Videos” section on the Facebook page.

deos can be found in the “Videos” section on the Facebook page.

Nene Local Speaks to New Business – Digby Dog Days

Nene Local Magazine asked Charley Digby about opening her new business during the pandemic.

She says “I would like to introduce you to my new and exciting business “Digby Dog Days”.

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My name is Charley Digby, Digby dog days offers Individual and group walks in and around the Northamptonshire/Cambridgeshire countryside.

I also offer secure walks in our grass paddock based in the village of Thurning where we live on our farm.

I will provide not only walks but home visits/pop ins, allocated puppy socialisation walks, I’ll begin basic training commands with your puppy (sit,stay,heal) and can even offer fun beach trips!

I am fully insured and DSB checked. Transport is provided in my fully air conditioned van with secure dog cages.

Digby Dog Days started because of my genuine passion for dogs from a very young age. I have been brought up around dogs and they have always been part of our family, so I have a huge understanding on how strong that bond can be.

Our pets mean so much to us always bringing such joy and happiness to our lives. Working within a veterinary environment has also expanded my knowledge and allowed me to care for animals when they’re at their most vulnerable which has only created an even stronger passion.

I understand that sometimes life commitments take over and we cannot always be with our precious family “dog” member, this is where my idea for “Digby Dog Days” was born.  I can offer the love and affection, plus exercise and fulfill all the dogs needs that you would be normally be doing yourself.

I am able to provide professional and friendly care for your dog(s) for those times you are unable to be there. My true aim is to create a service that is completely safe and full of happy carefree dog days as I know just how special they are to us all.

 

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For More Information

Charley Digby

Telephone: 07926 295882

Email: charleydigby@gmail.com

Facebook: www.facebook.com/Digby-Dog-Days

100 Nature Activities for Families Launched in Time for Summer

After months of Covid-19 lockdown, followed by the arrival of the summer holidays, you might be feeling like you are running out of ideas for how to keep your family entertained. To help you out, the environmental charity PECT has launched more than 100 downloadable nature activities and resources to entertain, inspire and educate children.

 100 nature activities for families launched in time for summer

“We wanted to help support families during this unprecedented time by offering free activities that can be done at home, using only simple everyday household or recycled items,” explains PECT’s Operations Director Stuart Dawks. “Our Nature’s School resources aim to bring families together to enjoy, appreciate and protect their time together, while discovering more about the natural environment.”

 

Families can pick and choose the activities they want to take part in. The idea is that if children learn more about the natural wonders of the world we live in, then they will develop a desire to help protect and preserve it too. Our local environment is sometimes an unexplored resource, often overlooked for its wealth of possibilities, and not always appreciated or looked after as it should be.

100 nature activities for families launched in time for summer

The 100 activities and resources, which are available online, include everything from nature identification sheets, instructions for creating a Bee Hotel, tips on how to grow from food waste, a guide to creating a Leaf Lantern, and many more!

 

Nature’s School is not just for families – schools, charities and other organisations can also benefit from these resources and use them to create new ways of delivering the curriculum and learning objectives.

100 nature activities for families launched in time for summer

PECT has a vision for creating sustainable places, where the natural environment is protected, communities are involved in their area, health and wellbeing is improved, and resource use doesn’t compromise the needs of others, now and into the future.

 

To access the resources, simply visit https://www.pect.org.uk/projects/natures-school/ or find PECT on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter by searching for ‘Sustainable PECT’.

 

 

Central England Co-op Outlines Plans on Face Coverings for Colleagues and Customers

Central England Co-op has outlined its plans for in-store face coverings in its food and funeral businesses, as the retailer continues to lead the way on safety measures during these uncertain times.

The retailer, which has over 400 food stores and funeral homes across 16 counties, is asking customers to follow Government guidance and wear a face covering when visiting one of its businesses.Central England Co-op has outlined its plans for the roll-out of mandatory face coverings

All colleagues will wear a face covering or visor while at work to ensure everyone plays their part in staying safe and healthy.

Debbie Robinson, Central England Co-op Chief Executive, said: “Nothing is more important to us all at Central England Cooperative than the health and safety of our colleagues and customers.

“Ahead of the official start date of the 24 July for customers to wear face coverings in shops, we will be asking colleagues to do so from today (Monday 20). This is to ensure the message is as clear and consistent as possible for everyone.

“Our colleagues have all been supplied with face masks for when they are working and will be playing their part in helping our communities to stay safe. We want our colleagues to feel comfortable wearing a face covering for up to eight hours at a time, and so are also ensuring more comfortable face visors are available to those who prefer to wear one.

Central England Co-op has outlined its plans for the roll-out of mandatory face coverings

Central England Co-op has outlined its plans for the roll-out of mandatory face coverings

“Some customers are rightly exempt from this request, for health or religious reasons. We have made these exemptions very clear on our website www.centralengland.coop and all team members will be reminded of these important exemptions.  Priority access for NHS team members is still in place, to allow these front-line workers to be in our and out of store as quickly as possible.

“So we now ask all of our customers to wear a face covering so we know together we’re co-operating in our efforts to be safe.”

The new measures on wearing face coverings will sit alongside a range of others already in place at Central England Co-op sites, which have been very well received by customers.

These include:

 

On entering the shop:

    • Prominent markings installed outside stores so customers queuing to enter maintain safe distances of two-metres, as well as messages asking those customers who may have symptoms of Covid-19 not to enter the store.
    • Permanent hand sanitiser stations at the front of all stores and a one-way system in place permanently

 

Whilst shopping:

    • Specialist cleaning products are used to regularly wipe down the countertops and chip and pin machines, ATMs, baskets and trolleys
    • Clear markings installed throughout stores to communicate two-metre spacing. Customers are asked to maintain these distances while shopping and this is repeated frequently via in-store radio messaging

 

At point of payment:

    • Special markings installed to showcase two-metre safe distances while queueing
    • Team members are using every other till point or checkout to keep both customers and colleagues a safe distance apart
    • Special markings installed in front of till points and checkouts of at least one metre. If a customer needs to enter this area to place down a basket or use the keypad, colleagues move backwards to maintain a safe distance
    • Customers are asked to pay with card or contactless if possible
    • Over 1,000 plastic screens at till points and 7,000 face visors issued to staff.

 

People can keep up to date with what is happening in their local community by visiting a dedicated online hub at www.centralengland.coop/updates

Stanwick Community Gardens Planting for Cransley

Stanwick Community Garden is a small, green oasis developed by a group of individuals with varying levels of horticultural knowledge and experience, working together since it was a bare piece of land approximately 5 years ago.

Stanwick Community Garden

Stanwick Community Garden

The community is self-funding and would usually hold an annual Open Day and Plant Sale to raise the funds to improve the garden and access for all.

 

The impact of Covid-19 this year has meant that they have had to scale back their plant growing this year and members of the team volunteered to take some of the seedlings home to nurture them in their gardens during the lockdown.

 

Unable to hold their usual Open Day Plant and Cake Sale the group decided to offer the plants up for a donation to charity instead. They wanted to give back to the community having successfully secured some grant funding last year. Once the seedlings had become small plants, the plants were offered for sale or a donation to support the local charity Cransley Hospice whose fundraising events have had to be put on hold due to the coronavirus.

 

This proved very popular with the members of the group who gave generously and raised an amazing £200 for Cransley Hospice, even more than they had raised the previous year, with cakes and savouries!

 

The group continues to look after the gardens, socially distanced of course, and look forward to welcoming visitors again and raising even more money at next year’s Open Day.  https://www.facebook.com/stanwickcommunitygarden/

 

Talking with BeautyFit Training

BeautyFit Training is doing an interview sent to us by Helen at Nene Local Magazine who is seeing how local businesses and charities have been fairing during the pandemic ….

 

I’m Lizzie Coleman and I’m a freelance trainer and educator for the beauty industry.  My business is BeautyFit Training.

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Lizzie Coleman – BeautyFit Trainin

 

Nene Local – What do you do Lizzie?

I help beauty therapists and salon owners to reach their true potential through training, skills and knowledge.  I run training courses to FIT your beauty business needs.

I also offer bespoke consultation service, for any business owner or individual who has a vision for their business and needs a help in the right direction.

 

Nene Local – Has your business survived the pandemic?

Only just!!  I had lots of training booked in for the first part of this year, which then all got cancelled.  Now businesses are beginning to reopen I’m hoping that they’ll start to rebook or notice gaps in their service/treatment menus and will want training.

 

Nene Local – Have you changed what you do?

Yes.  I have adapted my courses so that people can learn the theory part at home supported by as many Zoom calls as they like, from me.  Once it is safe to do so, they will then be able to book on to a practical workshop to gain the practical skills and accreditation.

 

Nene Local – Have you learned any new skills during lockdown?

I’ve certainly had to embrace technology.  Although I did ok before I’ve really had to get to grips with it, Zoom, Facebook, Instagram and Linkedin, it’s all been a fast learning curve!!

 

Nene Local – Are these going to benefit your business?

Most definitely.  I signed up to Samantha Cameron’s Keep Social Simple course, which was brilliant as it gave me the confidence to post things on social media and has helped me embrace it more, so I will definitely be using Social Media a lot more now.

 

Nene Local – Have you learned any personal lessons during lockdown?

I’ve learnt that it’s ok to have time for and to yourself and not to worry what other people are doing.

 

Nene Local – What changes (if any) will you be making to your life or business as things get back to normal? 

During lockdown I started going for daily walks (when the weather is good) and I did a bit of meditation and yoga every morning.  These certainly put my mind in a positive frame and I found that it helped me deal with things much better, so I will try to continue this

 

Tell us how to contact you

FB:  BeautyFit Training UK / @beautyfittuk

Instagram:  beautyfittraining

www.beautyfittraining.co.uk

 

 

Talking with The Henry Allen Trust

The Henry Allen Trust are doing an interview sent to us by Helen at Nene Local Magazine who is seeing how local businesses and charities have been fairing during the pandemic ….

Nene Local – So tell us what you do at the Henry Allen Trust?

The Henry Allen Trust is a registered charity who provide support to children and families battling childhood cancer. Henry was just 2 when he was diagnosed with Stage 4 High Risk MYCN amplified Neuroblastoma. Henry’s last wish was to help other children and their families battling childhood cancer. Team Henry support children and their families battling childhood cancer by providing information and advice, emotional and financial support and granting treats and wishes, creating magical memories. Team Henry support hospitals and hospices by providing care packs and support along with working alongside hospitals to improve their policies and procedures in paediatric oncology.

the henry allen trust

Dawn Allen and Deborah Stockwell-Riddy out delivering isolation packages plus the BWN Christmas networking event.

Nene Local – Has your charity survived the pandemic?

Team Henry and our supporters have been amazing throughout the pandemic, ensuring The Henry Allen Trust survives and can continue our vital work.

Nene Local – Have you changed what you do – tell us how?

Due to the Pandemic, Team Henry have had to cancel fundraising events, including our biggest annual event, THAT Family Fun Day. We have an amazing team of runners, who have had their races cancelled and because of this, sponsorship has also declined. We have had to find new ways to fundraise and have taken our fundraising virtually. We have set up virtual challenges, including Just Do It June, to celebrate Henry’s 11th birthday we asked our supporters to complete a different challenge every day or if they were feeling adventurous, Run, Walk or cycle 111 miles throughout June. They could do this to spread awareness or for sponsorship. The uptake was amazing, and we loved seeing everyone’s videos and pictures of them completing the challenges. There has also been a virtual quiz night held for us and a virtual combatathon too. Both events raised much needed funds for the trust with the Quiz raising almost £800 and the combatathon raising over £715.

Nene Local – Have you learned any new skills during lockdown?

Throughout the pandemic we have taken all our meetings online, mostly via Zoom which has been a new learning experience for us, like many others have too. Team Henry have also had to alter the way we deliver to hospitals and all our families ensuring we are following and adhering to all government guidance.

Nene local – Are these going to benefit your charity?

Learning new skills is always a benefit and we can use these skills to help improve our working practices going forward.

Nene Local – Have you learned any personal lessons in lockdown?

That no matter what challenges we face, we can adapt and continue supporting families, hospitals and hospices.

Nene Local – What changes (if any?) will you be making to your life or charity as things get back to normal?

Anything that will ensure Henry’s legacy continues and Team Henry can continue supporting families and children battling childhood cancer as well as the hospitals and hospices.

For more information

Visit our website – http://thehenryallentrust.org.uk/

Email us – enquiries@thehenryallentrust.org.uk

Call us – 01908 631377

Follow us for updates and details of future events – https://www.facebook.com/thehenryallentrust

https://twitter.com/henryallentrust

https://www.instagram.com/thehenryallentrust

 

 

 

Planning Applications: 14 July 2020 WEEKLY LIST

To add your comments to any planning applications – click on the ENC website or click the link below to go directly to the article you require.

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Notice is given that the following applications have been received together with the last date for making representations:

Notice is given that the following applications have been received:

Kings Cliffe

20/00762/FUL(18 August 2020) (ART15)

Demolition of redundant farm building and proposed creation of agricultural worker’s dwelling – Re-submission of 19/01613/FUL Land OP0069 TL0096 Morehay Lane Kings Cliffe Applicant: M.C And J Day

Brigstock

20/00709/FUL (18 August 2020) (CA)

Replacement of 6 windows (mixture of wooden UPVC and single/double glazed) with new double glazed wooden windows (Re-submission of 19/01387/FUL) 22 Bridge Street Brigstock Applicant: Miss Claire Gilbert

Collyweston

20/00739/FUL and 20/00740/LBC

(18 August 2020) (CA)(LB)

Replacement of existing boundary fencing with new stone boundary walls 12 Back Lane Collyweston Applicant: A And  S Designs- Mr A Craig

Tansor

20/00752/OUT

(18 August 2020) (ART15)

Outline: Erection of a single dwelling and garage (All matters reserved except access)

The Fieldings Main Street Tansor Applicant: Mr Duncan Foster

Brigstock

20/00734/FUL

(18 August 2020) (CA)

Siting of temporary single storey side extension to dwelling for 3-5 years 19 Bridge Street Brigstock

Applicant: Mr Mark Wilkinson

Duddington With Fineshade

20/00719/FUL

(18 August 2020) (ART15)

Installation of a Klargester Biodisc BE to serve cottages 10-16 10 Top Lodge Fineshade

Applicant: Shenagh Hackett – Top Lodge Environmental