For people who couldn’t attend the recent training session on using the village defibrillators, you can do the training any time online via the British Heart Foundation’s website: https://revivr.bhf.org.uk/
Marton Village, Warwickshire
Remembering Her Majesty The Queen
In response to the death of Queen Elizabeth II, there will be a minute’s silence at the start of the Marton Parish Council meeting on Tuesday 13 September and another at the Great Marton Get Together on Saturday 10 September.
In addition, a book of condolences is available at St Esprit Church. There are also books of condolences you can sign and read online, including one hosted by the Church of England and another soon to be on the Royal Family website.
Marton Parish Council Annual Governance and Accountability Return 2021/2022
30th June 2022 by Clerk
Notice of Public Rights 2021_2022
MPC Expenditure 2021_2022
MPC Receipts 2021_2022
MPC Summary of Receipts & Payments 2021_2022
AGAR Certificate of Exemption 2021_2022
AGAR Accounting Statement 2021_2022
AGAR Annual Governance Statement 2021_2022
AGAR Annual Internal Audit Report 2021_2022
MPC Assets year ending 31.03.2022
Local History Group: April 2022 Update
The next meeting of the Marton Local History Group is on Monday 25th April at 7.30 in the village hall. This will consist of the AGM, covering the time since 2019 when we last had an AGM, followed by a talk on the history of The Elms. This house has a fascinating history from its origins as a couple of cottages in the eighteenth century. As with past AGMs there is no entry charge but you still receive a complementary glass of wine. All welcome.
This is the last meeting at the hall for this season. In May there is a guided walk around historic Brinklow on Monday 16th.
Local History Group: March 2022 Update
Many thanks yet again to David Fry for giving the final part of the talk on “A Short Guide to Marton’s History” at the end of February. This part covered Eathorpe Coach Drive, High Street to Chapel End and Fields Farm Lane
The next event will be on Sunday 27th March: meeting at Birdingbury Church at 3pm for a guided tour of the church followed by tea at “The Club”. Please book beforehand with David Fry if you wish to attend.
The next meeting at the hall will be at the end of April.
Local History Group: February 2022 Update
Many thanks to David Fry for giving Part 3 of the talk on “A Short Guide to Marton’s History” at the end of January. This part covered the triangle of Shepherd St, North St and Church St..
The next meeting will be on Monday 28th February, 7.30pm in the village hall, when Part 4 the talk will be given, starting from where Part 3 ended.
As usual, all are welcome, entrance fee £3, including a glass of wine or soft drink.
Marton 200 Club – 2023
New Year – New 200 Club
The 2023 Marton 200 Club is up and running and it’s easy to take part.
- Becoming a member costs £12 per annum for each number purchased.
- Membership provides opportunities throughout the year for you to win cash prizes up to £40.
- Being part of the 200 Club is a great way to show your support for our village hall and its continued use as a community hub.
The 2023 Marton 200 Club has monthly draws providing cash prizes of £40, £20 and 2 x £10 that can be won for just £12 per annum. £960 was paid out in prize money in 2022! You could be a lucky winner this year!
How does it work?
The 200 Club has been running successfully for many years. Villagers have purchased numbers between 1 and 200 and these have been entered into monthly draws resulting in cash prizes.
The balance between tickets sold and prize money is a vital source of income to ensure the future of our village hall. This was particularly important during the pandemic period when, due to enforced closure, the hall was unable to generate income through the events that would normally have been held.
We hope that current 200 Club members are happy to keep their existing numbers and we thank them for their continuing support.
Marton has welcomed many new residents lately and we would like to encourage them to get involved.
Please contact Dy Hewett at The Cottage Garden, North Street, email@example.com or 01926 633243 about available numbers.
Payment can be made using the bank details below. Please reference your payment “200 Club” plus surname.
200 Club bank details
Account name: Marton War Memorial Hall
Account type: Business
Account no: 02551047
Alternate arrangements can be made if online banking is a problem.
Happy New Year from the Village Hall Committee – Good luck everyone
MPC January 2022 Agenda
The next Marton Parish Council meeting will be held on Tuesday 11 January at 19.30 at Marton Memorial Hall, Church Street, Marton. It will adhere to current Covid-19 Government guidelines.
All are welcome to attend, please find the agenda link above.
Marton’s extra recycling scheme is about to launch!
Did you know medicine blister packets, toothpaste tubes and make-up containers can be recycled with specialist processing? They can’t go into Rugby’s normal recycling bins and instead go to landfill, where decomposing takes a minimum of 450 years (and much, much longer for some plastics).
So, a few residents have volunteered to start a scheme collecting this hard-to-recycle waste. The parish council has supported the idea, using part of an environmental improvement grant from Severn Trent to buy a bin store and signage. Collection containers will soon be in the store, located alongside the playground fence, so please don’t throw the following into landfill:
• Used medicine/vitamin blister packs (remove personal data and any remaining medication)
• Toothbrushes & toothpaste tubes (including packaging and electric brush tops)
• Make-up containers (any brand)
• Foil balloons and banners (including packaging)
A village email will confirm when the containers are ready for you to drop off all collected items. In the meantime, if you’re interested in being involved in any way please contact us through the newsletter or website. We’d specifically like help with the following and are also keen to hear new ideas you might have for helping:
- Donations of weather-proof lidded collection containers
- Volunteers who regularly/occasionally go to Tesco Warwick or Clifton Primary School
If we get a few more volunteers the scheme can grow to save more items from landfill, like hand-wash pumps and laundry packaging.
More complete guidance on what can and can’t be recycled (in Marton or elsewhere) is on: https://www.terracycle.com/en-GB/brigades
Thanks very much!
Recycling from home with prepaid envelopes
There are also some hard-to-recycle schemes you can do at home, by sending for prepaid envelopes. These have been suggested or used by residents (so are not affiliated to the village in any way). More can be added if you hear of other useful schemes:
|Item to recycle (A-Z)||Where to order envelopes|
|Coffee pods (aluminium)||www.collectplus.yodel.co.uk/podback-aluminium or www.nespresso.com|
|Ink cartridges (any brand)||www.emptiesplease.com/bag-requests|
|Ink cartridges (Epson only)||https://epson-recycling.cycleon.eu/en/epson-inkjet|
|Razors and razorblades||https://www.gillette.co.uk/recycle.list|