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Application of weed killer to the sports field at Ickleford Recreation Ground on Wednesday 20 March or Thursday 21 March
The Parish Council has been advised that weed killer will be applied to all of the sports field at the Recreation Ground either today or tomorrow (Wednesday 20 March or Thursday 21 March). Whilst we understand that the weed killer is safe to use near animals and humans, please avoid using the sports field until this treatment has dried. Notices will be displayed at the Recreation Ground on the day that the work is being carried out. Thank you for your co-operation.

New PCSO for Ickleford
The new PCSO for Ickleford is Sarah Brown and she can be contacted at Sarah.BROWN2@Herts.pnn.police.uk.

Spring workshops and events at Hitchin Lavender
Information about upcoming workshops and events at Hitchin Lavender can be found here.

River Hiz Conservation Group meeting
Monday 1 April, Ickleford Primary School, 7.30pm
Come and find out more about the precious chalk rivers that flow through Ickleford. Organised by Ickleford Parish Council and the Herts & Middlesex Wildlife Trust, this is an opportunity for residents to hear experts talking about the River Hiz and its tributaries, and how we can play our part in protecting them now and for the future. There will also be an opportunity to ask questions and share ideas and information.  Light refreshments will be available prior to the meeting from 7pm. For further information, please contact Cllr Clare Gooden.

Easter Egg Hunt, Sunday 7 April, Upper Green, Ickleford, 11am-1pm
Ickleford Pre-School will be holding an Easter Egg Hunt on Sunday 7 April from 11am to 1pm on Upper Green, Ickleford.  There will be lots of family fun, including Easter craft area, face painting, guess the name of the bunny, book stall, plant stall and the Easter Egg Hunt - find the eggs to win a prize! Free admission and cost of Easter Egg Hunt will be 2.00.  In the event of bad weather, the event will take place in Ickleford Village Hall, 82 Arlesey Road, Ickleford.  All proceeds to Ickleford Pre-School.

‘An Evening with The Soul Man’, Friday 10 May, Ickleford Sports & Recreation Club, 7.30pm
Tickets cost 7.00 each and can be obtained from Clare (07515 814405) or Peter (01462 835163). The event poster can be found here.

Vacancy at Ickleford Pre-School
Ickleford Pre-School is looking for a level 3 Early Years Practitioner to join their small and friendly team of staff based in Ickleford Village Hall.  Hours are Monday to Thursday 8.20am until 2.35pm, term time only.

Bank Workers, Ickleford Pre-School
Ickleford Pre-School is looking for bank workers to cover for staff absence. If you have a warm, caring and patient nature and the ability to work with 2-4 year olds, this could be the perfect role for you. Bank workers are paid and you do not have to have any childcare qualifications.

If you are interested or would like any further information, please contact Lucy Barnes, Pre-School Leader - email: admin@icklefordpreschool.org,  telephone: 07951 801574.

Roll of Honour : The Armistice Centenary Commemorations, Sunday 11 November
The Roll of Honour produced by Colin Gooch for the 2018 Armistice Centenary Commemorations in Ickleford can be viewed here.

We would like to thank and congratulate Colin on coming up with this brilliant idea, and for creating such an impressive tribute to the local men and women who served their country during The Great War.

Ickleford Remembers: The Armistice Centenary Commemorations, Sunday 11 November
Photos taken during the Armistice Centenary Commemorations on 11th November can be found on YouTube or Flickr. We are very grateful to David Leedham for acting as our official photographer, and for compiling this wonderful montage as a souvenir of the village's tribute to those who served their country. The organisers of Ickleford Remembers would like to formally thank all those that provided support and advice for our Centenary Commemorations. A list of acknowledgements can be found here.

The wreaths - one laid by the Parish Council on behalf of Ickleford residents, and a further five by other village organisations - have been relocated around the commemorative oak tree. The tree and wreaths might become a focal point for those wishing to pay their respects to loved ones who served in various conflicts. If you wish to do so, please be respectful if a funeral service is taking place in Alleyfield.  

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