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, welcome to Beaumont Parish Council websiteWed, 19th September 2018

Welcome to the website of Beaumont Parish Council, Carlisle, Cumbria, serving the villages of Beaumont, Grinsdale, Hosket Hill, Kirkandrews on Eden and Monkhill.

We hope you find the website informative and interesting. It contains information about the Parish of Beaumont, as well as publications by and information about the Parish Council and its work but please contact us if you have any questions or if you wish to contribute.

The website was launched in response to requests from residents in our Parish Plan for more communication. The website is maintained by members of the Parish Council. If you have any concerns that you feel the Parish Council should be aware of, or if we can be of assistance to you then please let us know. We would like this website to be useful to the whole community so if there is anything you think might be useful to add then please let us know by using the contact page.

You can use the tabs to find your way around the site.

If you want to let the community know about a upcoming event visit the events page and complete the form.

We welcome photographs relating to the Parish, of people, places, events or wildlife, past or present.

Photograph of the River Eden from Beaumont Parish Hall.Taken by Stephen Lloyd-Smart.

FORTHCOMING PARISH EVENTS  see the calendar for more events

Beaumont Parish Hall are planning to hold a course of Stable Management Classes, one for teens & adults, and one for children and held during October and November. They will be over 6 weeks at a cost of £5 per person per lesson, payment in advance. If you are interested in attending, please contact Harold on 01228 575010.

Come along to the free acoustic music evening at The Drovers Rest, Monkhill on Sunday 23rd September from 8.30 pm. All welcome.

Lunch with Us. A hot 2 course meal followed by tea or coffee in the Schoolroom at Monkhill Chapel on the last Thursday of each month. The next luch will be Thursday 27th September. Doors open at 12 noon, lunch starts at 12.30pm prompt. There is no set charge but donations are invited that go towards Chapel funds. All welcome.

Carlisle Young Farmers Club are holding an Open Evening at Beaumont Parish Hall on Thursday 27th September frpom 6.30pm to welcome new members from 10 to 26 years old. Come along and bring your family and friends to find out more about us. Meet new people, fun activities, competitions and much more. You don not need to be a farmer to join. Foe more information call Megan Bendle on 07398870245 or Lewis Walton on 07555335926. Fun, learning and achievement.

The "Greatest Coffee Morning" at Beaumont Parish Hall on Friday 28th September from 10 am to 12 noon. Donations in aid of Macmillan nurses. All welcome.

Beaumont Parish Council Meeting to be held on Monday 1st October at Beaumont Parish Hall starting at 7.45pm.  All parishioners are welcome to attend. It is your opportunity to air any problems in the parish with your councillors. Agenda and minutes of PC meetings can be found on the meeting and minutes page of the website.

Beaumont Parish Hall's Monthly Coffee Morning on Friday 5th October from 10 am - 12 noonCome along and enjoy tea or coffee and a selection of cakes. Everyone is welcome. Proceeds will be shared between the Beaumont Parish Hall Rebuilding Fund together with another charity, currently Macmillan Nurses. Since starting the coffee mornings, £100 has been raised for each of the following charities: Hospice at Home (Carlisle and North Lakeland), Animals' Refuge at Wetheral, Carlisle Mencap, the British Red Cross, Great North Air Ambulance, RNLI, Carlisle Carers, Blood Bikes Cumbria, Neuroendocrine Tumour (NET) Cancer and Eden Vallery Hospice. If you have a charity you would wish to nominate come along to the coffee mornings or contact one of the Parish Hall committee members.

Coffee Morning in aid of Hospice at Home (Carlisle and North Lakeland) is be held at Beaumont Parish Hall on Saturday 20th October from 10am-12 noon. £3 entry at door. Christmas Cards sale and Coffee & scones.

St Mary's Beaumont with St Michael's Burgh by Sands Harvest Supper with entertainment.(bring your own bottle). To be held at Beaumont Parish Hall on Saturday 20th October starting at 7pm. Tickets £6 (under 16's £2).

Tickets are available from Jim Johnson 576337 or Margaret Parkinson 576339 with proceeds going towards the Bishop's Harvest Appeal for the Hungry and also St Mary's Church, Beaumont, or from Burgh by Sands Post Office 576342, Caroline Baines 576301 and Lisa 576387, proceeds towards the Bishop's Harvest Appeal for the Hungry.

Lunch with Us. A hot 2 course meal followed by tea or coffee in the Schoolroom at Monkhill Chapel on the last Thursday of each month. The next luch will be Thursday 25th October. Doors open at 12 noon, lunch starts at 12.30pm prompt. There is no set charge but donations are invited that go towards Chapel funds. 

Beaumont Parish Hall's Monthly Coffee Morning, the next on Friday 2nd November from 10 am - 12 noonCome along and enjoy tea or coffee and a selection of cakes and scones. Everyone is welcome. Proceeds will be shared between the Beaumont Parish Hall Rebuilding Fund together with another charity, currently Macmillan Nurses. Since starting the coffee mornings, £100 has been raised for each of the following charities: Hospice at Home (Carlisle and North Lakeland), Animals' Refuge at Wetheral, Carlisle Mencap, the British Red Cross, Great North Air Ambulance, RNLI, Carlisle Carers, Blood Bikes Cumbria, Neuroendocrine Tumour (NET) Cancer and Eden Valley Hospice.

If you have a charity you would wish to nominate come along to the coffee mornings or contact one of the Parish Hall committee members.

Beaumont Parish Hall is be holding the annual BONFIRE NIGHT on Monday 5th November. Come along and enjoy fireworks and traditional food with jacket potato and beans, soup and a roll. The bonfire will be lit at 7 pm. Hot chocolate and toffee apples for sale. Please no sparklers. Raffle. Entrance fee: Adults £5, children £3. All are welcome!  Firewood can be added to the bonfire from 26th October but please only wood. Please NO fresh greenery.
 

Click here to view the SATURDAY SESSION events at Tullie House.

Go to our Local Walks page to view details of other walks and further information about walking in the area.

PHOTOGRAPHS OF PREVIOUS EVENTS

Photographs of the parish events can be found on the repository page.

LATEST PARISH COUNCIL NEWS

BEAUMONT PC MEETINGS:  All parishioners are welcome to attend. Go to the meeting and minutes page to find the dates of meetings or to view the minutes and agenda of previous PC meetings.

 

Have your say on a new political map of Carlsile. The independent Local Government Boundary Commission for England is asking people across Carlisle to comment on its draft proposals for new council ward boundaries. 

The Commission’s plans would mean changes to all wards in Carlisle.

Draft recs

 

Credit: contains Ordnance Survey data (c) Crown copyright and database rights 2018

 

A 10-week public consultation on the recommendations will end on 15 October 2018. The consultation is open to anyone who wants to have their say on new council wards, ward boundaries and ward names across Carlisle. 

 

The Commission’s draft recommendations propose that Carlisle City Council should have 39 councillors in future: this 13 fewer than now. The recommendations also outline how those councillors should represent 13 three-councillor wards across the city.

 

The full recommendations and detailed interactive maps are available on the Commission’s website at consultation.lgbce.org.uk and www.lgbce.org.uk. Hard copies of the Commission’s report and maps will also be available to view at council buildings.

 

The Commission wants to hear as much evidence as possible to develop final recommendations for Carlisle City Council. If you would like to make a submission to the Commission, please write or email us by 15 October 2018.

The Review Officer (Carlisle)

Local Government Boundary Commission for England

1st Floor, Windsor House

50 Victoria Street

London SW1H 0TL Email: reviews@lgbce.org.uk

National Coastal Path There is a proposal to construct an additional (replacement) set of steps which will cut through the course of Hadrian's Wall (World Heritage Site) at the footpath bridge crossing the beck between Kirkandrews on Eden and Beaumont. Details of the revised route can be seen here.The Parish Council on your behalf has lodged a comment regarding the apparent impropriety of this proposal but we wish to know the Parishioner's views.  Comments can be made to the acting PC Clerk at linda_beattie25@hotmail.com

ARE YOU PREPARED FOR AN EMERGENCY? Families and communities better cope with emergencies if they prepared in advance and work together as a team. Cumbria County Council together with ACTion for Cumbria have prepared a leaflet to help you prepare. Click here to view or download their Household Emergency Plan.

PARKING ON PAVEMENTS. The parish council request that drivers refrain from parking on pavements as it causes an obstruction to pedestrians. Thank you.

  

Clean up after your dog! Maximum penalty £1000. Report dog fouling to customerservices@carlisle.gov.uk 01228 817200.

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Photograph of River Eden from Beaumont Parish Hall.

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