GREAT CORNARD PARISH COUNCIL & THE STEVENSON CENTRE ARE OPEN AS NORMAL
The Stevenson Centre, Stevenson Approach, Great Cornard, Suffolk, CO10 0WD
Office opening hours are normally 10am - 3pm Monday to Friday (excl Bank Hols)
Telephone No: 01787 373212 - Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Mrs N Tamlyn - Council Manager
Miss E Skuce - Council Administrator
Miss S Kent - Council Administrator
PARISH COUNCIL MEETINGS
Social distancing is still encouraged and therefore the Council will continue to limit the number of public permitted to attend. Please contact the Parish Council if you would like to attend a Council Meeting. It is recommended that members of the public submit questions or comments in advance of the meeting if possible. Next meeting scheduled: Annual Council on Monday 23rd May 2022 at 7:00pm
IT IS NO LONGER MANDATORY TO WEAR A FACE COVERING. HOWEVER, THE PARISH COUNCIL STILL SUGGESTS THAT VISITORS WEAR A FACE COVERING WITHIN THE COMMUNAL AREAS OF THE BUILDING.
THE GOVERNMENT HAS REMOVED ALL REMAINING DOMESTIC RESTRICTIONS IN ENGLAND. PLEASE REFER TO THE WWW.GOV.UK WEBSITE FOR LATEST GUIDANCE ON HOW TO STAY SAFE AND MANAGE THE RISK OF SPREADING COVID-19.
NHS COVID-19 TESTING
NO COVID-19 TESTING IS CARRIED OUT AT THE STEVENSON CENTRE OR PARISH COUNCIL OFFICE
Please visit www.nhs.uk to find out which test is relevant to you and for information on how to book a PCR test or receive a home testing kit.
IF YOU ARE UNABLE TO GO ONLINE, PLEASE CALL NHS 119 WHO WILL BE ABLE TO HELP
HER MAJESTY THE QUEEN'S PLATINUM JUBILEE 2022 - GREAT CORNARD CELEBRATIONS
2022 marks The Queen's 70 years on the throne and Her Majesty will be the first British Monarch to celebrate a Platinum Jubilee. The Parish Council is currently organising a joint celebratory event with Cornard Community Association. Please visit our 'The Queen's Platinum Jubilee' page for details of the event which will be held on the the 4th June 2022.
The Parish Council is also joining Sudbury Town Council for the Beacon Lighting on Thursday 2nd June 2022 at 9:45pm.
For general information on the Jubilee, you may find these websites useful:-
There will also be an extended Bank Holiday weekend from Thursday 2nd June to Sunday 5th June 2022
BABERGH DISTRICT COUNCIL - COMMUNITY GOVERNANCE REVIEW
Babergh District Council is carrying out a Community Governance Review of Parishes, Town Councils and unparished areas. Please click here for the Notice and Terms of Reference.
A Community Governance Review is a statutory process to review the whole of the district to consider one or more of the following:-
1. Creating, merging, altering or abolishing Parishes;
2. The naming of Parishes and the style of new Parishes;
3. The electoral arrangements for Parishes (the ordinary year of election; Council size; the number of Councillors to be elected to the Council, and the Parish warding); and
4. Grouping new or existing Parishes under a common Parish Council or de-grouping existing Parishes.
The first stage of the review process will be a consultation and the District Council is inviting residents and other interested persons or organisations to submit their views. The deadline for submissions to the first stage of the review is Friday 27th May 2022.
How to take part in the review
Should you wish to make a written submission to the review you can do this by letter to:-
Community Governance Review - Electoral Services
Babergh and Mid Suffolk District Councils
8 Russell Road
Ipswich, IP1 2BX
Or by email to: email@example.com
BABERGH DISTRICT COUNCIL - SPRING CLEAN 2022
NHS PRESS RELEASE
The NHS is asking former health and care staff to consider registering to become an NHS reservist. There are a wide range of opportunities available, including assisting people who are being discharged from hospital or as part of the ongoing NHS Covid-19 vaccination programme. Anyone who has previously worked in health and care is encouraged to register, with interest sought from all former staff members such as administrators, care assistants, GPs, nurses, physiotherapists, paramedics and pharmacists. Those interested may have retired from their roles or still be working but in a different sector.
ANGLIAN WATER MESSAGE
Anglian Water would like their customers to be aware of this information on their website which details help that may be available.
SUFFOLK POLICE - HOME SECURITY ADVICE
Please take a few moments to review your home security.
Keep all doors locked, even when you are at home.
Shut windows when you are not in the room.
Remove keys from the locks and keep them out of sight. Make sure you have a fire exit plan so everyone can get out safely in an emergency.
Have one or more lights on a timer all the time. That way your home will be lit in the same way every evening, making it more difficult to tell if someone is at home or not.
Avoid keeping valuable jewellery in the master bedroom and never keep quantities of cash at home.
If you hear or see anything suspicious call the police immediately. Please don't assume someone else will do it.
Apply the same security to your property if it is under renovation or unoccupied, especially if you store tools and equipment in the house. Also consider an alarm and/or CCTV that you can view remotely from your phone.
FLOODING ISSUES IN SUFFOLK
See any latest weather warnings: Met Office UK Weather Warnings
All information relating to flooding in Suffolk can be found on Suffolk County Council's website
Flooding issues can also be reported via the County Council's online reporting tool
THE STEVENSON CENTRE DEFIBRILLATOR
Located at the front entrance to The Stevenson Centre, the Cardiac Science Powerheart 5 Defibrillator is available for both users of the Centre and members of the public. You must dial 999 first to use the Defibrillator.
Suffolk Police - Important Safety Links
Suffolk Constabulary is reminding people to stay alert to criminals looking to continue to exploit the vulnerable during the Coronavirus outbreak. They have provided these links Cold Callers and Fraud Prevention with more information.
You can also visit Suffolk Constabulary to learn about 'Police Connect' which is a messaging service connecting you to the very latest policing news for your area via e-mail, text or phone. There is no charge for this service - all messages you receive are free.
The Police are reminding members of the public about keeping outbuildings safe and secure. Please see Shed and Garage Security for some helpful advice.
Norfolk & Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust - Mental Health Support
For advice and support, please call 0808 196 3494 or visit www.nsft.nhs.uk
Are you living life to the full? Take the quiz here Mood Quiz
For courses/online resources or just to receive friendly, professional support from your local wellbeing team, visit www.llttf4suffolk.com
If you are feeling overwhelmed, low, stressed or anxious you can call 0300 123 1503 or visit www.wellbeingnands.co.uk/suffolk
Suffolk Trading Standards
To report a business, please call on 01473 264859 (option 3) or email on firstname.lastname@example.org.
Report all scams by calling 0808 223 1133.