There are several community facilities including a Library, a Community Resource Centre, a Youth Centre, a Hall, and a British Legion Club. In 2015, North Lincolnshire Council bought the Market Hall, and converted it, so that it could be used by the youth service. The Youth Club moved there from their former base on Church Lane, which allowed the Boxing Club to expand its activities.
Route planning around the station including maps and platforms
Adam is in other employment but his hours of work should ensure that the necessary tasks can be performed. This also makes it necessary for us to do all we can to make the new gate opening / closing procedures work. (Let Brian know on 381230 or email@example.com if you want the code for early opening of the gate.)
Monday: 10am to 1pm and 2pm to 7pm Tuesday: closed Wednesday: 9am to 1pm and 2pm to 5pm Thursday: closed Friday: 9am to 1pm and 2pm to 5pm Saturday: 10am to 1pm
As mentioned in the Crowle Cryer, the Parish Council is looking into the viability of setting up a village shop and community hub in Crowle. Available via this link is an online questionnaire for you to give your feedback about this issue.
Crowle Library is conveniently located alongside Local Link services within the Community Hub.
We hope the sign will have an input from the whole vilage, and would love to see suggestions and ideas from everyone.
SOMEONE’S COLLAPSED AND MAY BE SUFFERING A HEART ATTACK!!
An Early Representation of Crowle on the 15th Century Inclesmoor Map
The Hall Trustees are delighted to announce details of Adam Wood who is willing to take on caretaking duties, at least for a 3 months trial. Coincidentally, he lives two doors away from his predecessor, Rob Skinner.
Crowle is both a parish, a township and a market town in the Isle of Axholme. The town lies about three miles north of the M180 Motorway, on the A161 as it winds north to Goole, and is 17 miles north of Gainsborough and 165 miles north of London. The Old River Don skirts the north part of the village. The parish covers about 6,900 acres and includes the hamlet of Ealand, where the railway has a station.
The results of this survey will be put forward to the Crowle Parish Council, and Parish Council Sub committee ‘Crowle The Way Forward’ where the proposal can be discussed further, and funding can be applied for. If you wish to speak directly to someone about this project please contact one of the following:
OPTION 1. Our trained local emergency first responder is Mr Howard Painter of The Firs, Church Rd WR7 4AX Tel. No. 381209. Mobile 07780 744740. He may not of course, be nearby or be available. Please make a note of his contact details NOW. (Dial 999 before attempting to contact Howard)
Pick Up and Drop Off on Wharf Road (400 Yards from station)
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Much of the appeal of our village rests on its sense of community. It’s the reason many people have moved here and remain here. The presence of a village sign would, we feel, greatly enhance that community spirit as well as giving the village a sense of pride and identity. The sign will be a symbol of the village’s history, heritage and culture and due to its construction is hoped to last for many years to come, with minimal maintenance required.
Station is unstaffed. However no problems for disabled or wheelchair bound customers as the access to the platforms is via barrow crossing.
This station has Barrow or Level crossing. We do not recommend that you use it without assistance.
Please let us have your views by 23 September. The findings from this research will be shared in the autumn. Please raise any queries with Stephen Denne (on 381576 or at firstname.lastname@example.org)
The first thing to do is to dial 999. They will get a paramedic on the way.
OPTION 2. Through the Parish Council and thanks to the New Homes Bonus, the Parish Hall Trust have arranged the positioning of a defibrillator in a specially designed secure box which is located on the rear wall of the Parish Hall on the allotments side. (Have a look at it when the hall is not in use – know exactly where it is. The gate between the Play area and Tennis Courts is always open)
Complete an online research application or access our other online resources.
You can access the following online facilities from home, even when the library is closed:
Crowle is the principal market town to the north of the Isle of Axholme in Lincolnshire. It is located to the west of the River Trent between Scunthorpe and Doncaster.The town has a rich heritage and I hope that you will find out more about our interesting market town as you browse this site.
The location identification number is the only identification which will be known by the responding ambulance control and it is this number which should (MUST) be quoted to them. The number is plainly visible on the box.
There is a photograph of the Crowle monument and the Roll of Honour and the names on them at the Roll of Honour site.
Crowle is a small town and civil parish on the Isle of Axholme in North Lincolnshire, England. The appropriate civil parish is called Crowle and Ealand with a population at the 2011 census of 4,828. It lies on the Stainforth and Keadby Canal and has a railway station. The town includes its suburb of Windsor.
It is emphasised that unlike Rob, his duties will be confined to looking after the general condition and security of the hall. (The caretaking side) They will not encroach on matters connected with the actual Bookings which will now be with our newly appointed Bookings Secretary, Samantha (Sam) Paul who likewise, will not be concerned with caretaking duties. (Though they will work in tandem with each other.)
I am always looking for extra help in running the site. If you would like to help please feel free to contact me.
We would be very grateful to anyone who could fill in our questionnaire so we can get your views on what you would like on the Crowle village sign. Questionaires are available from the Post Office, the Old Chequers, the Tea Shop or you can print one here.
Information to plan your onward journey is available in a printable format here
Notable buildings in the town include the parish church, in which can be seen the Crowle Stone runic cross shaft, and the Gothic revival market hall.
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If you wish to report a problem, or contribute information, then do use the following form to tell us about it.
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HEART ATTACK CAN HAPPEN TO ANYONE AT ANY TIME – YOUNG OR OLD.
Guidance will be given by the Ambulance Service Controller based on the following two options:-
With all three employments relating to Caretaking, Bookings and Cleaning simultaneously changing, we are at a steep learning curve so please bare with us. Adam’s contact details are phone – 07501 095090 e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org Sam’s details are:- 07498 555463 e-mail email@example.com