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Events for 1st Jul 2017 - 31st Jul 2017

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Knipfest

  • Date: 1st July 2017
  • Location: Belvoir Cricket Club, Knipton
  • Time: 17:00 - 24:00
  • Cost: £19 online

Charity Open Air Music Event in the Vale of Belvoir

Knipfest

Knipfest returns for 2017.

For all the information on the event including the full line up and where to buy tickets please visit the Knipfest website

The Flying Scotsman

  • Date: 1st July 2017
  • Location: Melton Train Station
  • Time: 10:45
  • Cost: FREE

The iconic Flying Scotsman will be stopping at Melton Mowbray Station to pick up passengers for The Yorkshireman London to York day trip.

Train

Outward 10:45

Return 19:50

Website

Full Council Meeting

  • Date: 4th July 2017
  • Location: Melton Council Offices, Parkside
  • Time: 18:00 - 20:00
  • Cost: FREE

Local Plan to be discussed at council meeting

Melton Plan land

The next steps for the Melton Local Plan will be considered at a specially arranged council meeting on 4th July 2017.

Councillors will review the recently compiled and updated evidence alongside the responses from the last consultation in November, and decide upon the next steps - what changes to make to the plan.

The website will also be updated with summaries of all the representations from the last consultation and responses to them.

The Committee Papers will be available to view following the Full Council meeting. Everyone who submitted a representation will be given a unique reference number to search for the response to their own comments.

This document will be available at: Committee Papers once it is published.

NEXT STEPS


1. The new evidence, updates and all of the responses to the last consultation will be presented to Full Council (4 July 2017) to provide a complete picture.
2. The Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) will be considered for a preliminary draft charging schedule. (See our CIL blog for more background info)
3. Full Council will decide how to proceed with the Local Plan.
4. A revised timetable leading to submission will be developed accordingly.
5. The Local Plan is submitted (date TBC).
6. The Local Plan goes to examination - date to be provided by the planning inspectorate.

Melton Farmers Market (Tuesday)

  • Date: 3rd January 2017 - 26th December 2017
  • Every week
  • Location: Cattle Market, Scalford Road
  • Time: 08:00 - 14:00
  • Cost: Free

Melton's farmers market focuses exclusively on the promotion of local businesses and providing a diverse range of specialist produce, including locally farmed bison, goat and ostrich meat.

farmers market

Melton Farmers have developed a reputation for quality meats and produce.

The main objective of a farmers market is to give an opportunity for local producers to sell fresh quality produce to local consumers. To create an understanding of quality that the seller can promote to the buyer creating a fair and familiarity to the product.

The market always offers an extensive range of produce including:

  • Fair-trade foods
  • British beef
  • Venison, bison & ostrich
  • Local pork and dry-cured bacon
  • Rare breed meats
  • Free range corn-fed poultry
  • Smoked meat, fish and cheese
  • Pork pies
  • Stilton and Leicester cheese
  • Free range eggs
  • Fruit and vegetables
  • Loaves, rolls and sourdough
  • Cakes and fudge
  • Jams, pickles & chutney
  • Local honey
  • Plants

For more information please call 01664 562971

Or visit the Website 

Melton Farmers Market (Friday)

  • Date: 6th January 2017 - 29th December 2017
  • Every week
  • Location: Cattle Market, Scalford Road
  • Time: 9:00 - 14:00
  • Cost: FREE

Melton Mowbray's Farmers Market is more than just a market with tastings and a unique shopping experience ....

Melton Farmers have developed a reputation for quality meats and produce.

The main objective of a farmers market is to give an opportunity for local producers to sell fresh quality produce to local consumers. To create an understanding of quality that the seller can promote to the buyer creating a fair and familiarity to the product.

The market always offers an extensive range of produce including:

  • Fair-trade foods
  • British beef
  • Venison, bison & ostrich
  • Local pork and dry-cured bacon
  • Rare breed meats
  • Free range corn-fed poultry
  • Smoked meat, fish and cheese
  • Pork pies
  • Stilton and Leicester cheese
  • Free range eggs
  • Fruit and vegetables
  • Loaves, rolls and sourdough
  • Cakes and fudge
  • Jams, pickles & chutney
  • Local honey
  • Plants

For more information please call 01664 562971

Or visit the Website

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