Scarecrow Judging results and Playground Update

Scarecrow Festival and Competition: The results from the Judging of Scarecrows and photos of all scarecrows have been posted on the website at: 2017 Scarecrow Festival The work to install the climbing tower started today and the playground page has been updated with photos of the work in progress: EVRA Eaton Green Playground Project

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Summer Garden Competition – List of Entrants

There wasn’t room to include the gardens entered into the EVRA Summer Garden Competition on the Scarecrow Trail Map this year but here is the list that the judges will be looking this week. 20 Kingswood close 22 Carnoustie 87 Lindford Drive 14 Duverlin 1 Turnberry 4 Cranleigh Rise 12 Brentwood 16 Sunningdale 13 Wentworth…

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Scarecrow Trail Map Available to Download

The Scarecrow Trail Map  can be downloaded here for printing: Voting Form and Trail map 2017 final The Trail Map includes the location of Garage Sales as well as the location of the 31 Scarecrows around the village. There are also cake sales on Saturday at 14 Kingswood Close and on Sunday at 3 Cheyham…

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Website Updates – May 2017

Eaton Street and Cringleford Cycle Path Works: The page has been updated with information on the works due to start on 22nd May to install traffic lights on Cringleford Bridge and new pedestrian crossings. Works continue until late August.  Works on Eaton Street cycle paths are currently postponed. Here is a link to the page:…

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Eaton Street Roadworks Postponed

We were informed yesterday by the Council’s Project Team that the roadworks due to start on 3rd April and run until October have been postponed. You can read more about this on our website at: http://eatonvillage.co.uk/local-issues/new-transport-project-for-eaton-and-cringleford/

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Free Dementia Training Workshop – Eaton 17th March 2017

EVRA is supporting our local Councillors, Church and businesses in the development of Dementia Awareness. Eaton is working towards being a Dementia Friendly Area and organisations are working together to achieve this. In support of this initiative training workshops have been run involving many people from the local community. A further free training workshop has been arranged…

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