©Kirton News 2023
The Editor's Letter
It is cold and it is most definitely now Autumn! The logs are ordered for the fire and the curtains are being drawn far too close to 5pm for my liking!
Thank you very much to Neil Moores for our very appropriate front cover for this month. Kirton will once again turn out to remember the fallen on Sunday 12th November. Kirton Parish Council together with the Royal British Legion (Kirton branch) have organised the Remembrance Day Parade, combined with a church service at St Peter & St Paul’s which I’m sure will be very well supported as in previous years. It is something we do so well as a village.
‘In Flanders fields the poppies blow
John McCrae’s ‘In Flanders Fields’
This is most definitely our busiest time for forthcoming events! There are a vast amount to choose from, most of which you will find on pages 29 and 30! Lots of quizzes, craft fairs and musical entertainment to keep you all out of mischief!
Please see below the Christmas & New Year Bin Collection times:
Monday 25 December
Tuesday 26 December
Monday 1 January 2024
Tuesday 2 January 2024
Wednesday 3 January 2024
Thursday 4 January 2024
Friday 5 January 2024
Don’t forget, our magazine is available to collect from most of the local businesses in Kirton and we thank them for their constant support. If by any chance, you live in Kirton and don’t receive a copy, please let me know! Previous issues are available on our website www.kirtonnews.co.uk together with our advertising rates and useful local contact numbers!
I’m always contactable by email - Editor@kirtonnews.co.uk.
Take care of yourselves and be kind to one another.