East Stoke with Thorpe Parish Council

Thorpe and East Stoke are two villages situated in the countryside southwest of Newark and about a mile off the A46 Fosse Way.

Contact

Clerk: Mr M Elliott
19/21 Main Street, Keyworth NG12 5AA
Telephone: 0115 937 6506
Email: clerk@east-stoke.parish.email

Councillors

Cllr Mary Cherry-Downes
Quince Cottage   
Thorpe, Newark
NG23 5PX
Telephone: 01636 525 221
Email: mary.cherry-downes@east-stoke.parish.email

Cllr Mike Lyon
2 Humber Lane   
East Stoke   
Newark, Notts
NG23 5QG
Telephone: 01636 525 264

Cllr Val Pope
Stoke Wharf Farm
Fosse Road
East Stoke, Newark
NG23 5QH
Telephone: 01636 525852
Mobile: 07505 455941
Email: valerie.pope@east-stoke.parish.email

Cllr Karen Davys
Model A Hideaway,
School Lane, East Stoke,
Newark
NG23 5QG
Email: karen.davys@east-stoke.parish.email

Cllr Linda McCarthy
The Granary, Thorpe, 
Newark
NG23 5PX
Mobile: 0755 7739 553
Email: linda.mccarthy@east-stoke.parish.email

Mick Baker
The Old Farmhouse,
Moor Lane,
East Stoke,
Newark
NG23 5PZ
Email: mick.baker@east-stoke.parish.email

Cllr Adrian Lee
Grange Farm Cottage
Fosse Road
East Stoke
NG23 5QQ
Mobile: 07976 379969

All councillors must declare any private interests that may cause conflict when making council decisions. See the councillors' register of interest (PDF File, 4,633kb).

Download a List of members (PDF File, 19kb).

District and County councillors

Find your district councillor (Farndon and Fernwood)

Find your county councillor on the Nottinghamshire County council website

News

Speed check team needed

The parish council are looking to set up a speed check team to try to alleviate the speeding traffic through East Stoke.

They would like to have two teams of three volunteer residents to help.

If you think you would be able to help, they have been advised that they can access a 30 minute training session to set them up.

Please contact the following if you are interested:

Val Pope: 01636 525852, valerie.pope@east-stoke.parish.email

Mike Elliott, Clerk: 0115 937 6506, clerk@east-stoke.parish.email

Crops Obstructing Footpaths

Notts County Council are asking local residents to inform them at 0115 977 4802 if they are aware of any public footpaths on arable land in the parish that are being obstructed by crops.

Senior Rights of Way Officer for the joint partnership, Jane Baines, is anxious to ensure that obstructions do not take place and says they will write to any farmers who do not heed requests to rectify the position where blockage are allowed to occur.

The County say that where obstructions do occur they will ask the farmers to remove them or the County Council will carry out the work and charge the farmer for it.

Report a Problem With a Public Right of Way

WI hall on Schoool Lane

East Stoke with Thorpe Parish Council are investigating the future ownership and use of the WI hall on School Lane at East Stoke following a decision by the Institute to disband.

The Hall was built in 1937 and has been the only public building in the two villages since then apart from the parish church.  As well as it being used for WI meetings and their activities, it is used by the parish council for their meetings and occasionally for village events such as parties, etc.

The land on which the hall stands is owned by a charity.

The parish council are interested in being involved in the future of the hall and are making enquiries as to the possibility of this.

Clerk Mike Elliott who can be contacted on 0115 9376506 or by email at clerk@east-stoke.parish.email  would be happy to receive any comments from residents on the subject.

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