News Archives 2007: Greasley Parish Council news archives from 2007
Featuring archived news articles from the Greasley Parish Council website from the year 2007...
THE LOST VILLAGE OF GREASLEY:
The Lost Village of Greasley Project
Added: 29th June 2007
Greasley Castle was a tremendous example of a fortified medieval home, and many of these castles attracted communities around their walls to benefit from the security they offered.
As a significant castle, did the walls of Greasley Castle attract any such hamlet itself?
Well, a local team spent several months investigating the legend of 'the lost village of Greasley Castle' themselves and have now reported their amazing findings in 'The Lost Village of Greasley Project', which is now available for download, so you may judge for yourself!
New Greasley Parish Council Chairman for the
2007-8 Civic Year...
Added: 12th June 2007
Sports fan Coun Ian Coupland of Watnall has been unanimously elected the new Chairman of Greasley Parish Council at the council's annual meeting.
He was presented with the civic chain of office by retiring chairman Coun Margaret Handley.
Coun Coupland intends to operate an "open door" policy during his year of office. "If residents of the parish need help or have a problem I want them to feel free to approach me so that we are able to do what we can to improve the situation."
A family man with two grown up children, Coun Coupland has lived and worked in the local community for many years. For several years he was actively involved in the livestock section of Moorgreen Show.
He lists golf and motor sports among his interests as well as cricket. He is a member of Kimberley Institute Cricket Club.
The new vice chairman is Coun June Layton of Newthorpe.
New Greasley chairman Coun Ian Coupland signs in watched by vice chairman Coun June Layton
Following the election two casual vacancies were declared. Two members have been co-opted onto the council to fill the positions. They are Ann Fisher and Christine Bird.