The full show schedule for this year’s show on August 12th will be available by the end of June from Vicarage Motors, The Jolly Miller, St. Mary’s Church, Wrawby Farm Shop, the Tourist Information Centre in Brigg, and to download from the Wrawby.org.uk web site. Here are details of the classes you need to start working on:
Please return all cups and trophies to the show committee by the end of June.
The Sole Sisters of Wrawby raised an amazing £1152 towards Cancer Research when they ran in the Cleethorpes Race For Life. Including Gift Aid the total was close to £1300.
Well done Diane, Carolyn, Chiara, Josie, Julie, Kath, Nichola, Sheila, Shirley and Sue.
As June's Wrawby News goes to the printers residents are considering the proposed construction of 22 dwellings off Applefields.
Full details of the application can be found at http://www.planning.northlincs.gov.uk/plan/search/ by entering the reference PA/2017/674.
You can see people’s comments at the same address but it’s now too late to add more. 21 people have submitted comments at the time of writing, almost all objecting to the proposals.
North Lincolnshire is hosting Stage three of The OVO Energy Tour Of Britain 2017 with the cycle race is scheduled to pass through Wrawby on September 5th. The route starts at Normanby Hall and after going out to the Isle of Axholme, competitors will race through Kirton Lindsey, Brigg and Barton - on - Humber before finishing in Scunthorpe. You can see the full route at http://www.tourofbritain.co.uk/stages/stage-three