This news roundup talks about:
- Vaccine Frauds,
- Warm & Toasty Newsletter,
- Train As a Healthcare Support Worker,
- Essex Family Support Service e-Bulletin,
- Fake National Insurance Calls.
This news roundup talks about:
Taking place on 17th February 2021 via Zoom Videoconferencing, this planning & development committee meeting will review planning applications and decisions as well as any pre-application representations. New applications have been received from properties in Newbridge Hill, Armoury Road, Scarletts Chase and also one outside the village in Wormingford with traffic concerns.
St Mary’s Church is running a fundraiser Zoom Quiz to support the work of their Families Worker, Jo Jeffery. Jo’s work impacts many in the village and includes activities such as:
You don’t have to have a full house to join in, if you are alone there will be a chance to ‘buddy up’ with a partner online.Continue reading “Zoom Quiz Calling”
The chance of enjoying outdoor bowls again is, of course, in the hands of COVID-19 and government plans to restrict the virus. Woods Bowls Club, however, has cautiously put some dates forward in anticipation. The club is small but very friendly lawn bowls club that is open to all ages and abilities. The club consists of a mixture of male and female members with ages ranging from ‘Thirty-somethings’ to sprightly Nonagenarians! You are never too young or too old to play Lawn Bowls.Continue reading “Will you be able to enjoy outdoor bowls this year?”
e-Scooters will kick off this update but we also have updates on:
The Environment & Highways Committee of West Bergholt Parish Council met on 14th January 2021 and discussed:
Criminals posing as Police Officers have secured sums as high as £10,000 from unwary members of the public; read about this below, first. CBC has issued another update to its very useful Community Resource Pack. It has 166 pages covering everything you might need to know about coping during the pandemic.Continue reading “Community Response Pack & Fake Police”
If you want to find out how you might get your vaccine carry on reading. Click here to read about treating COVID-19 at home.
Health and care staff are working hard to open as many centres as possible as supplies become available. Essex & Suffolk NHS now have five hospital vaccination hubs (including Colchester & Ipswich). Also more than 40 GP-led services and, from tomorrow, two new large vaccination centres. These are in Wickford & Ipswich with more opening shortly.
The next meeting of the Parish Council on 27th January 2021 is open to the public and will be conducted via Zoom Videoconferencing. Members of the public & press are welcome to attend but will need to contact the Parish Clerk to secure the access link and passcode. Business to be discussed includes Minutes & Reports, Finances, 14 planning applications, three-year plan and 5 policy reviews. Environment minutes are to follow. Continue reading “Parish Council Agenda 27th January 2021”
This New Year update starts with a Farewell Message from Rev. Mandy and includes:
I neither anticipated nor expected to be writing to you at this time, but, because of Paul’s accident, and the consequences of it, the 27th December 2020, was, sadly, my last working Sunday.