Church Roof Appeal … can you help?

St. Bartholomew’s Church roof has lasted 100 years but now it needs new tiles.
The ‘Friends of St. Bartholomew’s Church’ is organising an appeal for £50,000.
Click here to find out more about how you can add to the TILE PILE!

 

How to access the online Planning Meeting on Tuesday 21 April 6.30pm Glebe House site presentation

The Agenda can be viewed here The pdf of the powerpoint presentation to be used on Tuesday evening can be viewed here or by clicking on the document links above. 

How to join the online meeting:

Join Zoom Meeting

https://zoom.us/j/99103966982

 Meeting ID: 991 0396 6982

Meeting Etiquette

When you access the meeting you will automatically be muted.

Please can you remain muted to avoid background noise unless you need to say something at the allocated time. After the presentation of the Glebe House site proposed plans there will be opportunity for you to ask questions/ make comments. If you would like to speak at the allocated time we ask that you show your hand and wait for the Chair to acknowledge you before speaking. We ask that throughout the presentation everyone remain silent and muted to facilitate an efficient online meeting.

The meeting will be opened at 6.15pm to allow everyone to log on and then we shall begin at 6.30pm. Please make sure you are logged on and ready for 6.30pm so there are no delays.

The meeting will be used for fact finding with opportunity after the presentation for both councillors and public to ask questions. The intention is to organise a fully fledged consultation after lockdown when meetings have returned to normal.

Pink recycling bags

From Monday 30th March, Colin Chapman will have a supply of the pink sacks for recycling. If anyone in the High Street needs any, could you  please contact Colin Chapman on 01435 883842.

Fairfield Surgery restricted hours this week

For the rest of the week the surgery has had to restrict opening hours to the following times 8.30am to 12pm and 2pm to 5pm.  The telephones will still be open for support of patients who are unwell. The need for those at high risk and over 70yrs to self-isolate means we have a very restricted team of staff. We are looking at drafting in some extra help and will review the situation at the end of the week.   – Julie Watson, Practice Manager  Fairfield Surgery Tel: 01435 882306