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New Parish Councillor
Following co-option at the December meeting to fill the casual vacancy on Ickleford Parish Council, Ryan Harper has been appointed as a parish councillor. Ryan can be contacted via email to

Christmas at St Katharine’s

Sunday 17 December, 6pm, St Katharine’s Church
Carols by Candlelight

Monday 18 December, 2.30pm, St Katharine’s Church
Mums and Tots Crib Service

Wednesday  20 December, 5.30pm, Upper Green
Carols on the Green
Nativity Tableau and St Katharine’s young choir with Ickleford School choir, plus mulled wine and mince pies

Friday 22 December, outside Sainsbury’s from 10am
Carol Singing for All
All welcome – in the last few years, this event has raised between 7000 and 1,000 for local charities

Sunday 24 December, 11pm, St Katharine’s Church
Midnight Mass
Please note the time

Sunday 25 December, Christmas Day, 10am, St Katharine’s Church
Sung Eucharist

Minutes from the November Parish Council meeting
Please click here to view the minutes from the meeting held on 2 November.

PCSO Drop-in, Wednesday 20 December, 2pm
St Katharine’s Church

Heather Burrows will be available for crime prevention, reassurance or safety advice.

Christmas quiz night at The Plume of Feathers. Thursday 28 December, 9pm start
Book your table on (01462) 432729.

Christmas Memorial tree at V.R Jennings to help remember loved ones In Hitchin and surrounding areas
This Christmas, a memorial tree is to take centre stage at V.R Jennings Funeral Service in Ickleford to help bereaved members of the local community remember their loved ones during the festive season. V.R Jennings are inviting those who have lost a loved one to the funeral home to decorate the tree with memorial cards.  V.R Jennings hope that the memorial Christmas tree will help families to make a tribute to their loved ones at this difficult time. If desired, a small donation may be left for the St Katharine’s Church  Room-for-All building fund.

Hedges or shrubs along footpaths and pavements – your assistance please
Please could we request all residents to ensure that shrubs on their property do not encroach on to pavements and footpaths. This is particularly important where branches protrude at eye-level - for children or adults - as this can cause a genuine risk to pedestrians. As many of our walkways are very narrow, your assistance in easing the path of pedestrians would be greatly appreciated.

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