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Claypole is runner-up in Campaign To Protect Rural England and South Kesteven District Council’s 2019 best kept village competition's past winners category




The winners of South Kesteven District Council’s 2019 best kept village competition received their certificates.

The competition was organised jointly by the district council and the Campaign To Protect Rural England.

Representatives from Claypole accepted a certificate for being runners-up in the past winners’ category, open to any village with a population under 7,000 that had won its class in any of the previous four years.

Jacky Smith and Dr Peter Moseley with Claypole parish council chairman Claire Simmonds and community volunteer Laurice Barnascone (28593489)
Jacky Smith and Dr Peter Moseley with Claypole parish council chairman Claire Simmonds and community volunteer Laurice Barnascone (28593489)

Claypole Parish council chairman Claire Simmonds and community volunteer Laurice Barnascone received the certificate from district council chairman Jacky Smith and cabinet member Dr Peter Moseley.

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