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The Parish Council generally meets on the first Monday of the month except in August at 7.00 pm in the Verney Institute, Newboundmill Lane.  Agendas are published on the Parish Council’s Notice Boards at the Verney Institute and New Houghton Community Centre. A 15 minute session is reserved at the start of the meeting for members of the public to make comments to the Parish Council.




Councillor Howard Wright -  

Chairman

59 Newboundmill Lane,

Pleasley, NG19 7PT

Telephone 01623 810486


Neil Pocklington -

Clerk to the Council

The Verney Institute

13 Newboundmill Lane,

Pleasley, Mansfield

Nottinghamshire NG19 7PL

Telephone 01623 819786


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Newsletters

Number 51


Minutes         

January 2018




Community Event

Sheesham Lotus &’Son

All the way from

Wolfe Island

Ontario.


Using modern

innovations of

antiquity for the

making of old-time

sounds is the very

core of Sheesham,

Lotus and ‘Son. This

trio far exceeds their

core combo of fiddle, banjo and sousaphone.

Sheesham, Lotus and ‘Son make ruthless groove music for the modern ear

with commitment and vigour. Jaw-harps and harmonicas ranging from bass

to treble amplified by beautiful horns, driving rhythms and soaring sibling

harmonies have made them highly prized by festivals and audiences

throughout Europe and the Americas.

Sound and vision explode from their stage as they bring the canon of old-

time American folk and pre-war songs with an aesthetic that is truly unusual.


“We had a blast. Best act I’ve put on in a very, very long time Chris

Jones, Selby Town Hall, England