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EGGLESTON IS OPEN!

Eggleston Café is now open as a café.  Opening times at present are limited to Wednesday  to Sunday 10am-4pm.
Clare says “We do have seating inside however this is limited due to social distancing and adopting one way system.  However there are plenty of tables outside if your willing to brave the Ever changing British Summer weather”.
The Moorcock. Opening times are limited to
For Drinks  Monday – Friday 4pm – 10pm and 
                         Saturday &  Sunday. Noon until 11pm. 
For Food     Monday & Tuesday the kitchen is closed
                         Wednesday to Friday 4pm -8.30pm
                          Saturday & Sunday  Noon to 8.30pm
To book a table please call on 01833 650102 or 07969 639 852. 
Take out meals also available at the times we are open. 
Outside seating areas.
Please follow the directions when entering & exiting and wear a mask when moving through the pub
Glamping pods are also open.
The Three Tuns. Opening times are: 
Thursday; Friday & Saturday 11am to 10pm 
Sunday Lunch 1200 to 4pm.
To book a table please call 01833 650289
Plenty of outside seating.
Please follow directions for ordering; entry & exiting.

THANK YOU

To our 12 ‘Focal Points’, who live throughout the parish. They have offered to be the eyes & ears for their neighbours.  

If you are in isolation please do not think that you are totally on your own. If there is something that you can not manage, or if you feel lonely –  please phone your ‘Focal Point’.

PARISH COUNCIL MEETINGS are held in Eggleston Village Hall usually if unavailable meetings will be held in Holy Trinity Church

We meet on the first Wednesday in the month

8th October at 1900  was held in Holy Trinity Church

4th November at 1900 to be held in Holy Trinity Church

2nd December at 1900

2021

6th January

3rd February

3rd March

7th April

5th May

Annual meeting and Village Meeting – dates to be decided.

Teesdale Area Action Partnership (TAP)

TAP has money for grants through the Older People Task Group and Children and Young Families Task Group.   If you are a charity or part of a charitable organisation (e.g. scouts; village hall) you can apply via Adam White the TAP coordinator.

Money is available for youth activities during half term.

If you are putting on an activity for young people in the summer there is money to provide food. It has to be a new activity, long running Mum’s & Toddlers groups do not count.

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