Day 1 of (Soft) Lockdown

Day 1 - Play Equipment ClosedDay 1 of (Soft) Lockdown

As you might imagine, as we sit here in our homes on Day 1 of a relatively soft lockdown, advice and news keep flowing.  This update summarises some of the most relevant:

  • Allotments remain open to plot-holders who can access them ‘for exercise purposes’ once a day.   Observe social distancing!
  • CBC has suspended Garden Waste collections, read more below.
  • Bonfire Warning, read below.
  • Parks closed and use of play equipment not permitted by Government Order.
  • Halls are also closed unless:
    • they are being used to host pre-schools being kept open for key workers, or
    • designated as emergency centres.
  • Charity Commission & Government advice on charity employees.
  • If you are an older person, living alone, and generally feeling the need for support then The Silverline is a useful resource.  The Silverline also offers advice on protecting yourself from COVID-19 and is open 24 x 7.
  • It has been agreed nationally that all VE Day celebration due to be held in May are to be postponed.  It is possible they will be held in August near VJ Day.
  • Concerts by Resonate Choir and Comrie Singers scheduled for Old Church in June are now highly unlikely to happen.

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Playground Consultation Open Responses & Comments

Imagination of what the new playground might look like
Imagination of what the new playground might look like
How the new Playground might look

Playground Consultation Open

As reported last month, the Playground project has made great strides and the Playground Consultation is now open for your responses.

A draft plan is now available for public consultation, based on Playground Advisory Group suggestions, before a final decision is made.  The consultation questionnaire is now online and we encourage as many residents (of ALL ages) to respond in this way.  Continue reading “Playground Consultation Open Responses & Comments”