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/
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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.
30th June 2022 by Clerk
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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.
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.
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.