Here is the latest information from Humberside Police.
Monday, 19 April 2021
Friday, 9 April 2021
Saunts Home Delivery Menu
Delivery Date: Friday 16th April (from 10am onwards)
Green Pea & Mint Soup (D)* £1.75
Beef Madras Curry with Pilau Rice (D)*(Hot) £6.00
Chicken Tikka & Pepper Kebabs with Pilau Rice (D)*(Mild) £6.00
Roasted Vegetable Curry with Pilau Rice (D)* (Med) £6.00
Lemon Mousse with Raspberries (D) (G) * £1.95
Chocolate Tart (D) (G) £1.95
Homemade White Bread Loaf (G) * £1.50
Orange Drizzle Cake (G) (D) * £3.00
* Can be frozen
All dishes are homemade by Lesley – To be heated up at home.
(G) Gluten, (D) Dairy, (Mu) Mustard, (Se) Sesame , (F) Fish, (C) Crustaceans E (Egg) (Sh) Shellfish N (Nuts) (So) Soya
(P) Peanut (Ce) Celery
TO PLACE YOUR ORDER: (orders MUST be placed before 5pm on WEDNESDAY)
Call/Text Lesley on 07779 639596
Please leave your name, full address and contact phone number.
BACS bank transfer.
Santander / Sort Code 09-01-28 / Account No. 57313954
CASH or CHEQUE (payable to Saunts Parties & Events) in an envelope collected on delivery, with your name.
PLEASE NOTE THAT THE MENU WILL CHANGE WEEKLY
Sunday, 28 March 2021
Friday, 26 March 2021
Having a Spring clothing clear out?
Please put any items you would like to donate in bags and leave in the car park at Melbourne Village Hall before 9am on Tuesday 20th April.
More details of items they can accept are on this link https://bag2school.com/what-we-collect
I will be bringing a leaflet around next week as a reminder.
Thanks in advance.
Posted by Sara at 04:38
Saturday, 20 March 2021
Posted by Sara at 05:09
Friday, 19 March 2021
Alex noticed eight dead starlings in a group by the hedges outside the Mill back in early February. Alex phoned Defra as there were concerns about bird flu/poisoning and what they might have died.
Here is the response.
Hi All - that report on the starlings I found up by the mill has just come through (very late as they said it would only take a couple days!)
In essence non of them died of avian flu. They all appear to have been suffering some form of kidney disease (nephropathy or visceral gout) that is common in caged birds - it seems they are looking into that further though.
So glad it is neither avian flu nor poison.