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Tutbury Civic Society
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Tutbury Civic Society
Tutbury Civic Society organises a multitude of events, trips and meetings in and around the village.
TCS publishes Tutbury Village News (bi-monthly) and also the Tutbury Guide on an annual basis.
You may also be interested to read about ESBC’s Conservation Area Appraisals
Village Notice Board
Courtesy of Tutbury Civic Society, our village now has a smart new village notice board.
The previous notice board, which was refurbished in 1997, was originally erected after Tutbury was marked down in the Best Kept Village competition for having too many posters cluttering shop windows.
The old notice board has served us well and the new one is an asset to the village
The new notice board is located opposite the Post Office, in the same spot as the old one.

Events for 2017 are as follows

Fri 13 Jan 17

Annual Dinner

Annual dinner takes place at The Cross Keys, Burton Road, Tutbury, DE13 9NR

7:00 PM for 7:30 PM

Notes from 2015:
As in previous years our social Calendar began with a meal at the Dog & Partridge. Once again it as well attended and the ambience was excellent.

The outings were arranged: the first to Stow on the Wold followed by a visit to Upton House, a tried and tested formula i.e. a visit to an interesting town followed by a National Trust Property. The second outing was to the John Taylor Bell Foundry in Loughborough where we were lucky enough to see two very large bells being cast, both destined for America.

The committee were delighted to welcome two new members - John Roots who became our treasurer and Mathew Lobb. We still have some vacant places on our committee and would be pleased to gain more committee members.

This autumn we planted more croci in and around the village. In the spring the entrance to the village from the Burton on Trent direction is now looking very colourful and attractive as are the areas we have planted up over the years,
However the Mill Fleam is an eye-sore to put it mildly. For years we have campaigned to have it cleared up and the water flow restored. But money is in short  supply and the Fleam is at the bottom of everyone’s list.

The committee has decided to make this our number one priority so we are busy fund-raising in order to restore the area to its former attractive state. The society does this by having a stall at village events such as the Christmas Festival and the Farmers Market. This gives us the opportunity to promote the society and to sell our wares  - tea towels, cards, and prints all with Tutbury featured on them.

Money raised is always spent on improving the village scene. Hopefully one day e will have sufficient funds to clean up the Fleam.

We ask for your support, either by purchasing our wares or when the time comes, offering your timeand labour to help with clearing the Mill Fleam.

Lastly I would like to thank my committee for all their hard work and suport. Like me, they wish you a very happy new year.

Glenys Shelton- Chairman.