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Tuesday, 18 June 2019

Village Hall Fashion Show

BURTON GREEN VILLAGE HALL
Invites you to a

FASHION SHOW by WANDAS of DUNCHURCH

Monday evening 1st July at 7.30pm

Tickets £8.00 This includes a glass of wine on arrival
(pay in advance or tickets at door)

Good variety of outfits, tops, trousers, dresses to suit all sizes

Accessories also available, jewellery, handbags etc.

All available to purchase on the evening with a 10% discount

Come along and see 8 glamorous LOCAL models helping us with this event

Tickets available from any Village Hall committee member.

Monday, 17 June 2019

Ladies Day at Ascot

BURTON GREEN VILLAGE HALL
invites you to attend:

LADIES DAY AT ASCOT
Thursday, 20 June 2019
See the Races on Large Screen
Glass of Prosecco on arrival (BYO drink for later)
Arrive 1:30 pm ready to see arrival of Queen and Royal Family
First Race 2:30 pm

FULL AFTERNOON TEA
Tea/Coffee
Variety of sandwiches
Assorted Hand Made cakes and Scones with Jam and Cream

Tickets: £12.00

Dress for the occasion if you wish. MEN are allowed!

Please contact any committee member.

Sunday, 16 June 2019

Pointless Vandalism by HS2 Contractors

Update 19th June

After consultation with Warwickshire County Council and HS2, this particular oak tree has been reprieved.

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Burton Green are trying to save a mature oak tree in Red Lane, Burton Green.

The tree is due to be cut down on Wednesday 19th by contractors working for British Pipeline Agency, on behalf of HS2, unless a reprieve can be obtained some way.



Apparently the reason why HS2 want to cut this tree down is that it would obstruct the view of lorry drivers coming out of the field behind; even though the road is being completely closed to traffic this week.

The tree is apparently in the way by 50 centimetres.

Presumably several hundred, or possibly thousands, of saplings would be planted to compensate for the environmental destruction. The number of leaves on a mature oak (leaf area) is between 200,000 and 500,000. How many saplings will be required to replicate that?

How many saplings will HS2 guarantee to plant to replace this single tree?


Report in the Kenilworth Weekly News

https://www.kenilworthweeklynews.co.uk/news/people/burton-green-residents-in-fight-to-save-200-year-old-oak-tree-from-hs2-1-8966528

Friday, 14 June 2019

Caravan Theft - Red Lane

Please be aware that between 18.00hrs on Tuesday 11 June and 07.30hrs on Wednesday 12 June 2019 offenders have cut through a fence and then forced the padlocks off gates to a secure area on premises at Red Lane, Kenilworth.

Following the forced entry to the secure area the offenders have stolen a white “Classic” caravan that also contained a number of personal effects.

It is believed the offenders made off along Red Lane with the caravan towards Birmingham Road.

This is incident 56 of 12 June 2019

If you think you may have seen or heard anything suspicious or have any information about this incident then please contact Warwickshire Police on 101 or you can call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

Tuesday, 11 June 2019

Wine Tasting Event

Friends of Burton Green School 
invite you to a 
Wine Tasting Evening
 at the school
 on Friday 14th June 7pm - 9pm.


Monday, 10 June 2019

HS2 - Pipeline Diversion

There is an underground high-pressure fuel line that runs through Burton Green. This is part of the national pipeline network, operated by the British Pipeline Agency. It transfers fuel from an oil refinery near Liverpool to Heathrow and Gatwick.

More about the British Pipeline Agency:
https://www.bpa.co.uk/experience/what-we-operate/

Some work needs to be done on this pipeline in preparation for HS2, in case HS2 ever happens.



This is one of the pipeline marker posts, which you can clearly see beside the road in Hob Lane, near the corner with Red Lane.

The present path of the pipeline is shown by the bold red line on this map...



Most of the works will take place on the private land next to Red Lane (on the site of the projected new Village Hall).

During the first phase (11th June-21st June) site access will be created. During this period traffic management systems will be used to control traffic. This will involve:
  • 11th June to 14th June. 4-day one lane closure on Red Lane
  • 17th June to 21st June, 5-day complete closure of the top of Red Lane (access for residents only)
Diversion signs will be in place for the duration of the closure.

The majority of vehicles will be 4x4s and pick-up trucks. The only large vehicles used will be for the delivery of necessary machinery and equipment to the work site. The lorry movements will be kept in line with levels agreed with HS2 Ltd and the County Council.

There will be no impact on the Kenilworth Greenway. The public right of way connecting Kenilworth Green Way and Red Lane will be kept open.

Wednesday, 5 June 2019

Bugle - June 2019

The June 2019 edition of the Bugle has been published.

Just below are thumbnails of the page images. To enlarge any page image, click on the thumbnail below. Once you have the individual page, you may also need to click on the magnifying glass in your browser, where you can view the page at its original size...









The text of the Chair's Report has also been added to the Residents' Association page.

The archive of back issues of the Bugle is here: Bugle Archive.

Saturday, 1 June 2019

Ovo Energy Bike Races

For the past three years the OVO Energy Women's Tour bike race has travelled along part of Cromwell Lane, between the station and Westwood Heath corner, and then down Westwood Heath Road.

This year two races will take place. The Women's bike race will take place on Thursday 13th June.


This year the cyclists will be travelling in the OPPOSITE direction to previous races, ie they will come up Westwood Heath Road, from the University, travelling onwards towards Berkswell.

Lead cars are expected to arrive at Westwood Heath Road at 10.50am. The cyclists are expected to arrive between 11.01 and 11.05.

More details of this stage:
https://www.womenstour.co.uk/stages/stage-4/


Then on Friday 13th September, the OVO Energy Tour of Britain race (for men) will follow the same route.



More details of this stage:
https://www.tourofbritain.co.uk/stages/stage-seven/