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Please note our clerk is not available 24 hours a day. Her hours are varied to fit around evening meetings, weekend commitments and structured around the work requirements. Please drop her an email or leave a voice mail including a contact number and she will come back to you at her earliest convenience.
The Council will not tolerate abuse or misuse of council contact details, and ALL Council staff have been advised to report such instances directly to the police. They have also been advised to block such callers/email contacts.
The Remembrance Parade will take place on
Sunday 14th November 2021
It will assemble at the Miners Welfare site 10.15am, departing at 10.30am, proceeding along Leicester Road, Chapel Street and into central Avennue, for a service and wreath laying ceremony at the war memorial.
We apoloogise in advance for any disruption to the roads during this time, but would expect all procedings to be completed by 1130am. More »
A copy of the risk assessment and Public liability insurance is available on our Community Events Link » Less
Posted: Wed, 10 Nov 2021 07:52 by Nicola Land
As indicated on this quarters newsletter, The village is currently becoming a haven for anti social behaviour and damage. The police are aware and are monitoring problem areas, and covert CCTV is also in place.
PLEASE report anything suspicious to the pollice or to the parish council. Please also quesiton where your children are going and who with.
Yesterday a group of youth made two separate fires in the cemetery!! This could have had disasterours consequences with the grass and hedges all being so dry, nowithstanding the fact they are choosing to use a cemetery as a play area! More »
We have also had to remove to pieces of play equipment from Leicester Road Play area, due to them being damaged. The council are seeking costs to repair/replace.
There have also been further incidents of catalytic converters being stolen from vehicles over the weekend. Again the advice from the police is to be vigilant and to rpeort anything suspicious. » Less
Posted: Sun, 02 May 2021 23:06 by Nicola Land
With effect from 5th November 2020 the government announced a second lockdown, due to the increasing infection rates of Covid 19. The general advice is the same as March 2020, you must maintain social distancing at all times, wear a face covering in indoor settings and only leave your home if it is essential.
With regards to the parks, whilst our main parks are open for exercise , the SKATE PARK and the OUTDOOR GYM and the BALL COURT areas are ALL CLOSED. We have taped them off and put up signage but the youth have ripped it down We do not have the resources to keep doing it, nor do we have staff to patrol and dispersing people. If you or your child are on these areas they are breaking the covid laws and will face fines. More »
It is your responsibility to ensure your children are washing their hands after using the equipment in the parks and maintaining social distance at all times. You should not be arranging to meet anymore than one person outside your home, we have noticed groups gathering allowing their children to play whilst they chat.
May we also remind you that DOGS are not permitted on any of our play areas. » Less
Posted: Sat, 07 Nov 2020 13:14 by Nicola Land