Take to the Boards: West Stockwith Players’ are staging their annual pantomime on Friday/Saturday 6th/7th February. This year, the panto is Cinderella, with a top line-up of local talent performing in the Gertrude Morris Village Hall. Performances are on Friday and Saturday at 7pm; there is a matinee on Saturday at 2pm. Tickets are £6 (children £3) from June (890752) or Pearl (890683).
Sunday 18th January, Family Service, St Mary’s Church, 11am.
Wednesday 21st January, Happy Hour, West Stockwith Village Hall, 10am. £2 incl tea/coffee; Meeting of the Misterton & West Stockwith History Group, District Council office, The Misterton Centre, 6pm.
All welcome: agenda includes review of the 2014 exhibition and plans for the next project.
If you want to influence what our local beat team focuses on in the next three months, complete Notts Police’s online Neighbourhood Priority Survey. Together with meetings with residents and community feedback, the results of the surveys are used to help local beat teams set their priorities. Completed anonymously, the survey asks you to explain what concerns you have about criminal activity where you live. It asks for information about a range of concerns, including antisocial behaviour, speeding, street drinking, nuisance vehicles and other criminal activity. You can give information about your concerns and the days and times incidents are happening. ou can also pinpoint exactly where the problems are, with a marker on a map.
So, to have your say on policing in your area, go to www.neighbourhoodprioritysurvey.co.ukwww.neighbourhoodpriorit-ysurvey.co.uk.
Paper copies of the survey are available at The Misterton Centre.
Report faulty lights
Now that it’s getting dark early, good street lighting is important. Have you seen an unlit street light, sign or bollard or one that has been damaged? If so, let Notts County Council (NCC) know using its online fault reporting form or tel: 0300 500 80 80.