Local Discovery Channel competition finalist needs your help!

M5Local RAF resident Dianne Owens (of Linton Meadows) needs your help to help fulfill an adventurous pledge in association with the Discovery Channel. Dianne is currently one of only 15 contestants to make it through to the ‘Make Your World Bigger 2015’ prize draw.

Here is Dianne’s Make Your World Bigger pledge entry:

I have Microvascular Heart Disease as well as Sjogren’s Syndrome & Fibromyalgia – both chronic debilitating conditions that cause pain and fatigue every day. As a distraction I set myself goals and recently completed the High Peaks Challenge, raising money for the British Heart Foundation.

Seeing the amazing adventures and beautiful places on Discovery Channel every day, coupled with my love for hiking and being outdoors, gave me the inspiration to take the #MYWBpledge in the hope it would come true.

My ultimate dream is to hike up the Zugspitze, Germany’s highest mountain, drawing on my strength and determination to get there. If I can climb a mountain I can do anything.

 

There are only a few days left to Vote Dianne to win this contest. If you have a spare moment to cast your vote then please visit the following link:

http://mywbcompetition.com/vote.aspx#entryForm

Please note that you have to vote for your 3 favourite pledges, so please make sure that one of your votes is for Dianne! Dianne is pledge number 5.

All votes entered include the chance to win a Discovery Channel backpack! Terms and conditions are available on the competition website. Please note that this website is not responsible for the content of external websites or the competition itself.

A Message from Linton on Ouse Parish Council

Dog Fouling

The village will be aware that a number of posters have appeared recently in the village regarding dog fouling. The Parish Council would like to remind all dog owners that it is their responsibility to clean up any fouling. The Council is particularly concerned about the routes to school and the surrounding verges. Enforcement is possible and Hambleton’s Dog Warden is now operational in this area, you should be aware that fines of up to £1000 can be levied.

Please act responsibly and clean up after your dog.

Linton on Ouse Parish Council