There is to be an ordinary Parish meeting on Thursday 15th October at 7pm in Butterknowle Village.
Due to the Covid 19 legalities there are some rules we must adhere to. These can be found by pressing the tab at the top of the page labelled 15th October meeting and then reading the documents.
Failure to follow the guidelines means that you can not join the meeting.
I have to be accurate with the numbers that are attending and therefore could you inform me via the email address below as to how many people will be attending.
The Parish of Lynesack and Softley stems from the Church of St.John and encompasses the villages of Butterknowle, Copley, and part of Woodland as well as a few hamlets.
The area is mainly agricultural but still shows evidence of it's pioneering days of mining and railway transport.
The pleasant countryside has many footpaths for walkers to enjoy the open air and rural freedom.
Piece of land required, suitable in size for a children’s play area and equipment.
The Parish Council are willing to either buy or lease on a longer lease.
Do we have any farmers or land owners in the Butterknowle area that are willing to help?
Please contact the Clerk to the Parish Council on the Parish email address.
Happy children and parents!!!
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The largest of the villages which encompassing a junior school and village hall
Having its own village hall and garage as well as a children's play area and football field.
The location of St John' Church and a former school
A quiet hamlet to the north of Butterknowle
Part of Woodland is within our parish, this also has a local school.
A small hamlet lying between Copley and Woodland