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Tealby Village
May 05, 2022
In News & Information
The Tealby 2022 Club Winners for April are: 1st - Emma Would - £30 2nd - Tony Neal - £20 3rd - Jane Alyson - £10 Prizes are give as Tealby Shop Vouchers. You can still join the Tealby 2022 Club to be included in the monthly draws for the rest of the year, with all proceeds going towards the upkeep of our fabulous Village Hall. To join either go online at thisistealby.com/online-store or pay at Tealby shop by cash or cheque. For £20.22 you'll be entered into each monthly draw throughout 2022, with a chance to win £30, £20 or £10 - EVERY DRAW!! Every 3rd month will have 1st prize replaced by a lovely selection of local produce (and maybe a few treats from further afield). Names are drawn at random by a computer and witnessed by Tony Neal, Richard Askam and David Bevan. Money prizes are given as Tealby Shop vouchers.
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Tealby Village
Apr 04, 2022
In Marketplace
18 gears- 26” wheel Needs a bit of attention £30 o.n.o Please call 07940 770 522
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Tealby Village
Mar 31, 2022
In News & Information
The Tealby 2022 Club Winners for March are: 1st - Geoff Heap - local produce worth over £40 2nd - Ginny Askam - £20 3rd - Bairbre Herod - £10 You can still join the Tealby 2022 Club to be included in the monthly draws for the rest of the year, with all proceeds going towards the upkeep of our fabulous Village Hall To join either online at thisistealby.com/online-store or pay at Tealby shop by cash or cheque. For £20.22 you'll be entered into each monthly draw throughout 2022, with a chance to win £30, £20 or £10 - EVERY DRAW!! Every 3rd month will have 1st prize replaced by a lovely selection of local produce (and maybe a few treats from further afield). Names are drawn at random by a computer and witnessed by Tony Neal, Richard Askam and David Bevan. Money prizes are given as Tealby Shop vouchers.
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Tealby Village
Feb 28, 2022
In News & Information
The Tealby 2022 Club Winners for February are: 1st - Charlie Mason - £30 2nd - John Purkiss - £20 3rd - Robin Rhodes - £10 The next draw in March will have a 1st prize of a selection o local produce worth over £40! You can still join the Tealby 2022 Club to be included in the monthly draws for the rest of the year, with all proceeds going towards the upkeep of our fabulous Village Hall To join either online at thisistealby.com/online-store or pay at Tealby shop by cash or cheque. For £20.22 you'll be entered into each monthly draw throughout 2022, with a chance to win £30, £20 or £10 - EVERY DRAW!! Every 3rd month will have 1st prize replaced by a lovely selection of local produce (and maybe a few treats from further afield). Names are drawn at random by a computer and witnessed by Tony Neal, Richard Askam and David Bevan. Money prizes are given as Tealby Shop vouchers.
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Tealby Village
Feb 01, 2022
In News & Information
The Tealby 2022 Club Winners for January are: 1st - John Jarron - £30 2nd - Miles Hardy - £20 3rd - Wendy Marshall - £10 You can still join the Tealby 2022 Club to be included in the monthly draws for the rest of the year, with all proceeds going towards the upkeep of our fabulous Village Hall To join either online at thisistealby.com/online-store or pay at Tealby shop by cash or cheque. For £20.22 you'll be entered into each monthly draw throughout 2022, with a chance to win £30, £20 or £10 - EVERY DRAW!! Every 3rd month will have 1st prize replaced by a lovely selection of local produce (and maybe a few treats from further afield). Names are drawn at random by a computer and witnessed by Tony Neal, Richard Askam and David Bevan. Money prizes are given as Tealby Shop vouchers.
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Tealby Village
Jan 25, 2022
In News & Information
Just a note to be on the look out for fake texts from the Post Office about a missed delivery. It will take you to a very convincing but fake website which will then try to obtain data from you or scam you out of money. The Post Office NEVER sends out texts or emails regarding a parcel delivery. If you have any other texts or emails you're not sure are real or are a scam, ask on here and I/we will be happy to help.
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Tealby Village
Jan 24, 2022
In News & Information
Only 1 week left to join the 'Tealby 2022 Club' and be entered into all 12 draws! Join online at www.thisistealby.com/online-store Or pay at Tealby Shop by cheque or cash (Card payments can’t be accepted) 1st draw is Monday, 31st January. All proceeds go to Tealby Village Hall. For £20.22 you’ll be entered into ALL 12 monthly draws for 2022, with a chance to win in EVERY draw. £60 of prizes available to win every draw. 1st prize £30, 2nd £20 and 3rd £10 * Every 3rd draw will have 1st prize replaced with a selection of local produce worth over £40. *Prizes given in the form of Tealby Shop vouchers
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Tealby Village
Dec 21, 2021
In Tealby Village Shop
Tealby Village Shop is fully stocked with Christmas goodies so you don’t have to go anywhere else over the Christmas holidays! The freezer has just had a new delivery of Fresh Smoked Salmon from Alfred Enderby, Venison from Stourton Estates and Beef & Chicken from Lancasters Butchers. We are open until Christmas Eve at 4pm and everyday as normal every weekday next week too!
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Tealby Village
Nov 20, 2021
In Events
*Please note, on Sunday 19th December the times are 10am to 1.50pm This year’s theme is ‘Children’s songs and Nursery Rhymes’. Monies raised will be divided between the charities taking part, ranging from our Local village groups & surrounding smaller churches, to St Barnabas Hospice and Guide Dogs UK. Also, the Church porch will be a drop off point for our local food bank, so please if you can, bring along a donation to pop in the collection box. There will be a one-way system around the church, all you need to do is to try and guess how many nursery rhymes you can find along the way. Not only will there be the beautifully decorated trees to admire but edges and ledges will be packed with cryptic clue’s displayed ready to test your nursery rhyme skills! On Saturday 11th Dec between 10am and 1pm we are simultaneously holding the Christmas Market in Church for the first time. So, this gives the opportunity to shop for those presents whilst surrounded by the lovely displays. There will be a quiet area with a ‘Memory Tree’ for you to write your own personal messages along with the opportunity to light a candle and rest for a time of reflection if you so wish. Activities for the children on offer are Hook a Duck, or helping a local farmer decorate a Christmas Tree (but which farmer could that be!) plus crayoning and free refreshments. Funds raised will be solely from your donations, so please come along & help make this spectacular event a success On Sunday,19th December at 6pm, there will be a Traditional Carol Service at the church. All are welcome!
Christmas Tree Festival - 10am - 4pm, weekends of 11/12 & 18/19 December, at Tealby Church. content media
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Tealby Village
Nov 19, 2021
In News & Information
Tealby society Special general meeting Tennyson d'Eyncourt Memorial Hall Thursday 2nd december 2021 At 7.30 p.m. To confirm the dissolution of the Tealby Society
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Tealby Village
Oct 31, 2021
In News & Information
1st prize - Pauline Cawthorne - £30 2nd prize - Jill Emmerson - £20 3rd prize - Mary Jarron - 10 (Names are drawn at random by a computer and witnessed by Tony Neal, Richard Askam and David Bevan). Prizes are given as Tealby Village Shop Vouchers.
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Tealby Village
Oct 31, 2021
In News & Information
‘Tealby Torches’ is a running group that meet up each fortnight, on a Monday evening, to run around the various trails of Tealby by torch light. Everyone of all abilities is welcome! (though some routes may be challenging). Routes range from 3 – 10 miles. The next meet is Monday, 1st November, 6.30pm at Tealby Village Hall. Go to https://www.facebook.com/tealbytorches for more information or to ask any questions. Please bring your own headtorch & hi-vis gear. Trail trainers needed as routes will be slippy in the mud. We had a great turnout last time of 25 people, so we really look forward to seeing even more new members next time. It’s a great way to keep fit and socialise during these dark, cold months!!!! Let’s light it up!
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Tealby Village
Oct 31, 2021
In News & Information
This year due to the rise in corona virus infections in West Lindsey and having discussions with the door to door collection team it is felt we need to protect our collectors and households of Tealby. So this year you can donate and collect your poppies from: Tealby village shop The Vintage Tearooms The Kings Head. There will also be kiddies poppy appeal in the village school. This will happen from Sunday 31st October through to Saturday 13th November. Many thanks, Arthur Davis (Poppy appeal organiser)
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Tealby Village
Oct 28, 2021
In News & Information
Work has progressed on the long ford footpath at Tealby Thorpe that has been collapsing. As such some of the circular walkers may not be able to do a round route - although at this time it is still passable. Update - 1pm, 28/10/21: They've finished for the day; path still passable. It's a bigger job than they thought so back on Monday with a digger and bigger rocks! Update - 4pm, 03/11/21: The contractors have now finished the work they were asked to do and things now look much better and safer. There is more camber on one part of the path than we'd like but that was not in the area they were asked to repair, apparently. The foreman tells us that under that area is a large void which he has photographed and will show to the relevant council official. Whether any further action will result as a consequence, we'll keep you updated. At least now the most dangerous part of the path has been sorted.
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Tealby Village
Oct 27, 2021
In Events
W.I. Festive Fayre - Saturday 13th November, Tealby Village Hall. Local Crafts • Christmas Gifts • Raffle • Gorgeous Cakes • Light Refreshments • Free Entrance • Cups of tea!!! Come along and support your W.I. and St Barnabas Hospice.
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Tealby Village
Oct 13, 2021
In Village Voice
For more details, please message us at tealby@thisistealby.com
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Tealby Village
Oct 11, 2021
In News & Information
PUMPKINS FOR SALE The Old Vicarage, 2 Caistor Lane, Tealby (next to the Church). £3 Don't forget that a pumpkin in your window or at the end of your path/driveway is a great way to signal to the kids that you're ok for 'trick or treat' visits!
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Tealby Village
Oct 06, 2021
In News & Information
*Update There is now a 'question & answer' post that's been set up on facebook too and is being answered by another official - https://www.facebook.com/Tealbyvillage/photos/a.256355011235581/1698089070395494/ PLEASE POST ANY QUESTIONS/CONCERNS BELOW AS THEY'LL BE ANSWERED DIRECTLY BY AN OFFICIAL. TO POST: MAKE SURE YOU'RE SIGNED UP TO YOU WEBSITE AND MAKE SURE YOU CLICK 'PUBLISH' TO POST YOUR QUESTION. IF YOU HAVE ANY ISSUES POSTING YOUR QUESTIONS/CONCERNS EITHER EMAIL US AT TEALBY@THISISTEALBY.COM OR CONTACT US ON FACEBOOK https://www.facebook.com/Tealbyvillage
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Tealby Village
Oct 05, 2021
In News & Information
Roads closed from 8.30am to 5pm. Emergency Access to the Village will be maintained throughout. Thursday 14th October will see some of the stars of World Cycling descend on Tealby for the National Cycling Time Trial event. Household names like 4 time Tour de France winner Chris Froome and Olympic champion and the winner of the most stages of the Tour de France, Mark Cavendish - will be whizzing round Tealby & Walesby. The time trial will be recorded live on the day for TV broadcast at a later date, so Tealby is going to be well and truly on the map! However, LCC hasn’t told anyone about this, so we are going to do our best to inform everyone and help you through it, as this will cause some disruption to village life on the day, especially those on Rasen Road and Caistor Lane. The cycle teams will be using the Village Hall and Car Park from 6am through to 6pm, so the car park will be closed to non-competitors (although the shop remains open of course). Roads around the village will be closed too from the Church, down Rasen Road, passed Sunnyside Farm and down towards Rasen, but it does seems as though access and egress will be allowed by careful management by the stewards (see an update below obtained by Steven Barber). The route then turns right and heads up through Walesby and up the lung busting Walesby Hill before turning right on to the Caistor High Street and back down Bully Hill to the Church to complete a lap. So those of you affected may want to think about parking your car elsewhere, so that you can then walk to it and leave the village via Sandy lane. For those of you excited by the event, and what is a rather special occasion for Tealby, the riders will start at 2-minute intervals and there are 4 races during the day with the start/finish line just passed the Church: Under 20 Men Under 20 Women Senior Men Senior Women With the women’s races being 2 laps of the circuit and the men’s races 3 laps - it will be a spectacle the likes of which the village has never seen! We encourage you to make a day of it and support the riders, maybe dress up tour gateways - get your chairs out and cheer on the riders and let’s show off Tealby in the best possible light for the cameras. The organisers have agreed with the school to have a 20 minute break in the racing in the morning and afternoon to allow for the school run but essentially, unless you live on the east side of the village (with access in & out of the village down Sandy Lane) - we are effectively snowed in for the day. This has been out of our hands and we fully understand the impact on many of our villagers, so do please contact us at tealby@thisistealby.com to see if we can try to help with any major issues this may be causing. **Update obtained by Steven Barber who was asking about access and egress to Thorpe Lane: "Firstly let me clarify the times of the Road Closures. The Road infrastructure will start to go in at 6am with barriers etc around the Church area. The start of the Race will be at the Cow Lane junction. The actual Roads will be closed off from approx 08:30 until 17:00 with races going off individually at 2/2.5 minute intervals. throughout the day. All of the Riders will have a Police/ BC Bike outrider. For information, we will be running a formal Control with Police/Ambulance etc in the Village Hall and Emergency Access to the Village will be maintained throughout. Now let me absolutely assure you that we will obviously allow access and egress throughout the day. You will, of course, be able to get to and from your Home during the day. After speaking with our Safety people, we are agreed that the best route for you is to turn left at the top of Thorpe Lane onto Rasen Road and then go towards Market Rasen. However you will NOT be allowed to return to your House via this route as it would be unsafe to go against the Race route. This is a Closed Road under a formal Traffic Regulation Oder with Highways and the Racers will be on either side of the Road taking the racing line. To return to your House you should continue into Market Rasen, Willingham Road and then Sandy Lane and Cow Lane back into the Village. Depending on the time you leave, you will need to wait for a Rider to go past and then follow the instructions of a Steward to follow the Rider but at a distance of say 50 yards. The Steward will need to be advised by the Control Room that you can depart Thorpe, so please bear with him until he is able to let you go. You should NOT overtake the Rider in any circumstances as they will be using the full width of the Road and may go onto the off side."
Le Tour de Tealby - Thursday, October 14th, 2021, 6am to 6pm. content media
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Tealby Village
Sep 28, 2021
In News & Information
It's 'Bag 2 School' time again at Tealby School, so please donate any unwanted clothes etc (see full list below) if you can! Please could you have your bags at Tealby School before: Wednesday, 6th October by 9am Thank you so much if you're able to support us with this. For more information, go to https://bag2school.com/ They accept accept the following ‘good quality’ items for RE-USE*: Men’s, Ladies’ and Children’s clothing Paired shoes (tied together or elastic band around) Handbags Hats Bags Scarves and ties Jewellery Lingerie Socks Belts Soft toys Household linen Household curtains Household towels Household bedding (bed sheets, pillow cases and duvet covers) What they DO NOT accept: Duvets and blankets Pillows and cushions Carpets, rugs and mats (including bath, shower and toilet mats) Soiled, painted, ripped or wet clothing School uniforms with and without logo Corporate clothing and workwear Textile off cuts, yarns or threaded material
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