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Edith Weston Parish Council September Newsletter

Edith Weston Parish Council September Newsletter

Wed, 23 Sep 2020

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Edith Weston Parish Council ENewsletter AUGUST

Edith Weston Parish Council ENewsletter AUGUST

Thu, 27 Aug 2020

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Edith Weston Parish Council Armed Forces Covenant Bronze Award

Edith Weston Parish Council Armed Forces Covenant Bronze Award

Thu, 20 Aug 2020

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Neighborhood Watch August ENews letter

Dear EWPC

We are delighted to announce that the August 2020 OurNews is now available to view and download from our website.( https://bit.ly/3fzCWCQ )

This month's theme is Crime Prevention and we have highlighted our launch of our new "Safety In Neighbours" campaign, which launched at the tail end of July. This has been a great campaign and we have received lots of positive feedback.

As well as continuing our theme across the newsletter, we are excited to launch our first ever Impact Survey, which we are pleased to say we have received over 21,000 responses. We would like to congratulate West Midlands and Hampshire, which we have received the most responses from their members and members of the public.

We would like to take this opportunity to thank those that have already completed the survey and for those of that haven't, we ask you to fill in the survey and ask others to do the same.

Please continue to share our newsletter with your coordinators, members, supporters, and partners across your networks.

Best wishes

Central Support Team

NB: Please click on the links in the alert message

Fri, 07 Aug 2020

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Rual Community Council are offering FREE Online Loneliness Awareness Sessions

Promotional flyer including more detail about the training. Please feel free to pass this on to anyone in your community that may be interested or benefit from this opportunity.

Mon, 27 Jul 2020

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Tommy's Close to remain closed until 2021

Tommy's Close to remain closed until 2021

Fri, 24 Jul 2020

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Temporary Road Closure Rectory Lane 15th to 17th July 2020

The effect of the order will be that during the dates and times specified below all vehicles will be prohibited from proceeding along the length of road known as Rectory Lane
from Weston Road to King Edward's Way

The closure is to enable Severn Trent to undertake New Clean Water Connection works.

It is anticipated the works will take 3 days. The closure shall come into force when the appropriate signs and diversion route are erected on site.

The duration of the Closure shall be as follows: from 15th July 2020 to 17th July 2020

Wed, 01 Jul 2020

Tags: News, RCC

Temporary Road Closure Rectory Lane 10th to 14th August

The effect of the order will be that during the dates and times specified below all vehicles will be prohibited from proceeding along the length of road known as Rectory Lane from King Edward's Way to Weston Road

The closure is to enable Cadent Gas to undertake New gas connection works.

It is anticipated the works will take 5 days. The closure shall come into force when the appropriate signs and diversion route are erected on site.

The duration of the Closure shall be as follows: from 10th August 2020 to 14th August 2020

Wed, 01 Jul 2020

Tags: News, RCC

Airfield Out of Bounds

St Georges Barracks airfield will be out of bounds for the period 11-15 July 2020 due to a military Exercise taking place. Please refrain from entering the airfield over this period.

Fri, 26 Jun 2020

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NHS Leicester and Rutland Bullitin 15

Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19): Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland stakeholder bulletin #15 Issued on behalf of the NHS in LLR Date of issue: 3rd June 2020

Thu, 04 Jun 2020

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Gale Waller newsletter 03062020

Covid-19

03/06/2020

Dear resident,

It has been a little while since I last wrote and we have seen some relaxation of the lockdown rules. We can now meet family and friends in our gardens; albeit with limited numbers and social distancing remaining. Many have returned to work and some returned to school. Year 6 children were particularly keen to return, judging by the statistics, no doubt because it is their last year at primary and many will be separated from friends as they move on to different secondary schools in September.

The opening of the civic amenities site has been a success and I would like to say thank you to the residents of North and South Luffenham for their forbearance in putting up with the additional traffic travelling to the site. Remember, though, if you have bulky waste to dispose of you can have that collected by RCC https://www.rutland.gov.uk/my-council/council-news/bulky-waste-collections-resume/, some waste can go in the normal bins and some you can store till everything returns to normal.

If you run a B and B, a charity, a non-rated business or are a market trader you may be entitled to the Local Authority Discretionary Grant provided by central government. Total funds are limited and there is a system of prioritisation so read all the guidance before you apply, both that provided by government and that provided by RCC. Details can be found here under "Local Authority Discretionary Grant". https://www.rutland.gov.uk/my-services/health-and-family/health-and-nhs/health-and-support-services/coronavirus/business-advice-and-guidance/#an-LADGFupdat

Finally, Rutland Water partially re-opened this week and whilst they do not anticipate any problems whatsoever I have had people asking me about the potential for visitors to park on verges and cause a nuisance. As many RCC officers have been redeployed to covid related duties the Council will not have the staff to monitor the situation so if you encounter any real problem please feel free to get in touch with me.

Stay safe. Stay happy.

Gale Waller

County Councillor, Normanton Ward

gwaller@rutland.gov.uk 01780 722169

Thu, 04 Jun 2020

Covid-19 UPDATE from EW Parish COuncil

Please find attached updates information.

Wed, 20 May 2020

Gale Waller newsletter 11042020

Gale Waller newsletter 11042020

Thu, 14 May 2020

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Gale Waller newsletter 28042020

Gale Waller newsletter 28042020

Wed, 29 Apr 2020

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Gale Waller newsletter 22042020

Covid-19

22/04/20

Dear resident,

I hope you all had a happy Easter and the continuing lock down isn't getting you down too much. Don't forget if you know someone is on their own, give them a ring, it's far more cheering than an e-mail. Rutland council is continually updating its web pages https://www.rutland.gov.uk/my-services/health-and-family/health-and-nhs/health-and-support-services/coronavirus/ and although the headings remain unchanged the content does change –promise. Hospitals locally are currently coping very well but have noted a significant reduction in attendance at accident and emergency departments. If you are ill 'phone your general practitioner, 111 or, in an emergency, 999 –we don't want people getting seriously ill or dying because they don't want to be a burden on the health service at this time.

There has been some confusion over whether cemeteries are open or not. Government guidance is now that if you enter a cemetery, to visit a grave for example, social distancing rules apply. However, the organisation who maintains the cemetery, whether parish or church, is responsible for it and for ensuring the rules are followed so it is their decision on whether to open it or not.

The good news nationally is that coronavirus seems to be under control but that will only continue if we all follow the rules. Only go out for collecting medication and essential shopping, and preferably no more than once a week, and then only one person from the household. Only take one form of exercise outside the perimeters of your home once a day. Do not undertake unnecessary journeys, whether by bike or car, and this includes visiting family and loved ones; even if you have baked them a wonderful cake! And above all keep your distance when you are outside your home. Remember, family groups are those you are currently living with not members of your family who you don't live with but might see in the street –you must still keep your distance from them. Stay safe. Stay happy.

Gale Waller

County Councillor, Normanton Ward

gwaller@rutland.gov.uk 01780 722169

Wed, 22 Apr 2020

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Newsletter from Ward Councillor Gale Waller

Newsletter from Ward Councillor Gale Waller

Wed, 15 Apr 2020

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Gale Waller newsletter

Gale Waller newsletter

Wed, 08 Apr 2020

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Edith Weston Parish Council Meeting 30 MArch 202 CANCELLED

Edith Weston Parish Council Meeting 30 MArch 202 CANCELLED Due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

Mon, 23 Mar 2020

Covid-19 Bus Service Update

Covid-19 Bus Service Update

Wed, 18 Mar 2020

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Edith Weston Community Support Volunteers

Edith Weston Community Support Volunteers

Wed, 18 Mar 2020

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NHS Covid -19 Poster

NHS Advice poster

Wed, 18 Mar 2020

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Temporary Road Closure Rectory Lane

The effect of the order will be that during the dates and times specified below all vehicles will be prohibited from proceeding along the length of road known as Rectory Lane from Weston Road to King Edward's Way

The closure is to enable Western Power to undertake new electric cable installation works

The duration of the Closure shall be for a maximum period of six months from 18th March 2020 or until the works are completed.

It is anticipated the works will take 6 days. The closure shall come into force when the appropriate signs and diversion route are erected on site.

The duration of the Closure shall be as follows: from 18th March 2020 to 23rd March 2020

The alternative route during the closure will be via the route shown on the attached plan (also available to view at the Council Office) and as shown on https://one.network

Mon, 02 Mar 2020

Notice of Vacancy within Edith Weston Parish Council

Notice of Vacancy within Edith Weston Parish Council

Tue, 25 Feb 2020

CPRE Public Meeting

CPRE Public meeting 26th February 2020

Fri, 14 Feb 2020

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Rutland County Council Budget Consultation

Rutland County Council is consulting on its latest draft budget, which sets out proposals for spending on local services and Council Tax for 2020/21.

They are inviting comments from anyone who would like to give their feedback on the budget proposals before 7th February 2020. This can be done online by visiting: www.rutland.gov.uk/budget, where you can also find further details about the budget.

Information and printed consultation questionnaires have also been made available in local libraries.

Fri, 31 Jan 2020

Temporary Road Closure Weston Road February 2020

ROAD CLOSURE

The effect of the order will be that during the dates and times specified below all vehicles will be prohibited from proceeding along the length of road known as Weston Road from Rectory Lane to King Edward's Way

It is anticipated the works will take 3 days. The closure shall come into force when the appropriate signs and diversion route are erected on site.

The duration of the Closure shall be as follows: from 13th February 2020 to 15th February 2020

The alternative route during the closure will be via the route shown on the attached plan (also available to view at the Council Office) and as shown on https://one.network

The alternative route during the closure will be via the following streets: Rectory Lane

Tue, 14 Jan 2020

Tags: News, RCC

Scrutiny Panel 19th December 2019

Documents supporting RCC Scrutiny 19 Dec 2019

Mon, 16 Dec 2019

Rutland Climate Change Consultation Event

Sustainable Land Trust

Press Release For immediate release

18th November 2019

Climate change consultation event A consultation event is being held at Voluntary Action Rutland on 28th November at 7pm to 9pm to identify climate change priorities in Rutland. The Sustainable Land Trust are leading the event with the aim to bring together residents, young people, community groups, schools, parish councils, allotment holders, farmers and landowners, and businesses who are interested in how we can use our land to reduce the impacts of climate change. This follows on from the announcement recently by Rutland County Council who are aiming to develop a county wide Climate Change Partnership Group. This consultation will help to inform how we use our land and open spaces to meet our net-zero carbon footprint before 2050. The topics for focus within this consultation are carbon storage (in our trees, soils and grasslands, natural areas, parks and open spaces), flooding, food production and waste avoidance, and renewable energy production. Kate Hiseman, CEO of the Sustainable Land Trust stays that 'Rutland is lucky to have beautiful landscapes and a vast range of natural and heritage features that are important to every one of us. Our consultation will ask people about what they are already doing to tackle climate change – this could be for example in school playgrounds, villages, or on farms or estates. We also aim to gather ideas, identify priorities, and create a vision for the county in how we could manage our land in the future.' This information will be used to create a stakeholder group where we can stimulate investment and funding into the county to put in place actions that will make a difference. We are keen to hear from as many people as possible, so if you cannot join the meeting, please download our consultation questionnaire and email it back to us. Copies of the questionnaire will also be available at the Council Office in Oakham, and in the libraries in Oakham, Uppingham, Ketton and Ryhall. The final date for consultation questionnaire responses will be 6th December 2019. For more information on Rutland County Council's plans to tackle climate change see their news page 'Council Approves Targets to Help Fight Climate Change'. For more information on the work of the Sustainable Land Trust and to download a questionnaire, see www.sltrust.org.uk.

Wed, 20 Nov 2019