Yaxley Parish Council
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WALKING FOOTBALL - YAXLEY

Could You Start Playing Again?

 

Walking Football is growing in popularity across England and ICA Sports FC & Yaxley Parish Council are proud to be introducing Walking Football sessions in Yaxley.

 

Two FREE taster sessions will run on Friday 11th March & Friday 18th March from 7pm to 8pm and anybody with an interest in playing would be very welcome to come and join us.

 

Regular weekly session will then commence on Friday 8th April 2016.

 

Existing sessions in other areas are attracting players that are not at the peak of physical fitness of all ages right up to people in their mid-80s, so age is no excuse.

 

COME AND JOIN US

Living the same routine year after year can sometimes make you feel like you’re you’re going through the motions.

 

Joining in a physical activity with a group of people your age can be a breath of fresh air, make you laugh and give you a good time. It’s a great way to get out more, meet new people and feel better.

 

JUST LIKE IT USED TO BE

Remember how activity used to feel? Remember running errands as a child, or the feeling you once got from playing sport or riding your bike?

 

There’s no reason why you can’t get that same pleasure – with activities that you know and feel good about and at your pace.

 

STAY HEALTHY

We all want to stay mobile and continue enjoying our daily activities independently.

 

Doing a bit of regular activity will keep you feeling healthy and happier in later life.

 

LIVE LIFE, NOT JUST EXIST

It’s sometimes easy to get stuck in a rut in retirement. A new activity is a great way to try something new and get the most out of life.

 

Find something you love and you’ll wonder how you ever survived without it.

 

THE BOREDOM BUSTER.

Retirement beats working any day – but at times you can get into a routine that quickly starts feeling like groundhog day.

 

Taking up a physical activity can inject a buzz and energy into your routine.

 

If you would be interested in coming along to see what Walking Football is all about then come along to the Astro Pitch at Middletons Road Recreation Ground of you can get in touch on 07964 496259, steve@icasports.com or have a look at our website www.icasports.com

 

residents of Yaxley and surrounding villages

are you concerned about

crime & anti-social

behaviour?

The Fenland Trust invites you to attend our upcoming public meetings and workshops to discuss practical ways in which residents can support local Police to tackle issues that threaten our communities.

 

Neighbourhood Watch Public Workshop

Neighbourhood Watch Schemes have proven to be successful in reducing crime. If you are interested in becominga coordintator, volunteer or offering support, please join us.

 

John Fuller

Chairman, Cambs County Neighbourhood Watch

Dave Griffin

Cambs Police Community Safety Officer

Rebecca Avery

Outreach Worker Cambridge, Huntingdon, South and East Cambs. Office of

the Cambridgeshire Police & Crime Commissioner

Thursday 21st January 2016 7:00pm

William de Yaxley Academy

Yaxley PE7 3JL

 

Crime & Anti-Social Behaviour Meeting

A chance to voice your concerns over crime and anti-social behaviour in Yaxley and surrounding villages. Questions can be sent in

advance to askyaxley@fen.land or via Twitter @#askyaxley

 

Charles Kitchin

Director of Public Engagement and Communications Office of the

Cambridgeshire Police & Crime Commissioner

Rebecca Avery

Outreach Worker Cambridge, Huntingdon, South and East Cambs. Office of

the Cambridgeshire Police & Crime Commissioner

PC Paul Sykes

local policing team

PCSO Gurdip Singh

local policing team

Shirley Simpson

Cambridgeshire Bobby Scheme

Eileen Le Voi

Managing Director at Safe Local Trades

 

Thursday 11th February 2016 7:00pm

William de Yaxley Academy

Yaxley PE7 3JL.

livestream support by Millennium Systems Services UK Limited

are you concerned about crime & anti-social behaviour?

The Fenland Trust invites you to attend our upcoming public meetings and workshops to discuss practical ways in which residents can support local Police to tackle issues that threaten our communities.

 

John Fuller

Chairman, Cambs County Neighbourhood Watch

Dave Griffin

Cambs Police Community Safety Officer

Rebecca Avery

Outreach Worker Cambridge, Huntingdon, South and East Cambs. Office of

the Cambridgeshire Police & Crime Commissioner

Charles Kitchin

Director of Public Engagement and Communications Office of the

Cambridgeshire Police & Crime Commissioner

Rebecca Avery

Outreach Worker Cambridge, Huntingdon, South and East Cambs. Office of

the Cambridgeshire Police & Crime Commissioner

PC Paul Sykes

local policing team

PCSO Gurdip Singh

local policing team

Shirley Simpson

Cambridgeshire Bobby Scheme

Eileen Le Voi

Managing Director at Safe Local Trades

 

Thursday 11th February 2016 7:00pm

William de Yaxley Academy

Yaxley PE7 3JL

 

Communities Against Crime is a Fenland Trust initiative

 

New 3G Pitch

Chairman Cllr Kevin Gulson and Stilton Colts Opening the New 3G Pitch in Middletons Road Recreation ground

Yaxley  Community Pictures

 ADVERTISE YOUR BUSINESS

£10 For 6 months Contact:- clerk@yaxleypc.org.uk

or 01733 241958

The New Locked Village Notice Boards are for Charity and Parish Notice's  Please contact: clerk@yaxleypc.org.uk

or call into the Council office at 48 Main Street , Yaxley with your printed posters - A5 size please.

 

Hall Hire

Thinking of having a birthday party - no matter how large or small we could have the facility you need. The Council has 3 halls available for booking - the Austin Hall, Owen Pooley Hall and Queens Park.  All halls have kitchen facilities and are available during the week as well as weekends. 

 

Both the Austin Hall and Queens Park have availability for room hire for general bookings at very reasonable rates please contact details: bookings@yaxleypc.org.uk or tele:07904883881

Welcome to Yaxley Parish Council Community Website!

This community website has been created to provide the residents of Yaxley with valuable information on the work being carried out by their local Parish Council.

 

It also provides our parishioners with a list of the many public services and amenities available in the local area as well as local news, community events, sports and social clubs and other meetings that may be of interest. We also hope this website will provide non-residents with a little insight into Yaxley life and the benefits of living in this vibrant and friendly village.

 

We aim to continuously improve our site, so if you can't find the information you are looking for please let us know.

 

We look forward to hearing from you.

YAXLEY

PARISH COUNCIL

 

Amenity Centre

48 Main Street

Yaxley

Peterborough

PE7 3LU

Cambridgeshire

 

Tel: 01733 241958

email: 

clerk@yaxleypc.org.uk

 

Office Hours

9am - 1pm

weekdays

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