PERRY VILLAGE CAROL SINGING – SUNDAY 17 DECEMBER

Please come along and join us for Perry Village Carol Singing on Sunday 17 December from 6:00 p.m. Meet at the new Christmas tree (outside of the Wheatsheaf pub) at 6:00 p.m. on Sunday 17 December. Sing some Carols around the village before heading to the pub for mulled wine and mince pies. Seriously, no singing experience needed, just and opportunity to get the village together. For more […]

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Gran Knows Best – New TV Programme

   A TV  production company called ‘Shiver’ (ITV Studios) are currently developing an exciting new television programme for a major broadcaster and are looking for vibrant, fun and outgoing grandparents who may be interested in their project. They are looking for outgoing grandparents and grandchildren (must be 18 plus). Who want to spend more time with each other.   With grandparents reportedly only seeing their grandkids on average twice a year, it’s not […]

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Christmas & New Year Waste Collections

The waste collections in Perry over the Christmas and New Year period will be slightly changed and detailed below is the revised schedule. Wednesday 20 December normal collection of  ‘Blue bins’ Thursday 21 December normal collection of ‘Green waste bins’ Wednesday 27 December collection of ‘Grey bins’ moved to Thursday 28 December Wednesday 3 January collection of ‘Blue bins’ moved to Thursday 4 January Thursday 4 January collection […]

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Village Defibrillator

Did you know that the village has a Defibrillator? The Defibrillator is located on the wall of the Wheatsheaf Public House (right hand side as you look the pub) and has a luminous sign above it.  It is contained in a locked heated cabinet.  To access the cabinet a call to the Emergency services is required, asking for the Ambulance service, stating your location and request the code […]

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Tree Planting Ceremony

A Red Acer tree was planted on Tuesday 24 October in memory of Paul Deacon MBE who died in September 2016.  Paul had been Chairman of the Parish Council and prior to that Clerk.  The tree was purchased by the Parish Council and his widow, Mary Deacon, was invited along and performed the ‘planting ceremony’.

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