St Weonards Parish Council

Your Parish council

The closest tier of government to you.

The voice of local people.

We stand for the views of citizens in our parish

NEXT PARISH COUNCIL MEETING

The Ordinary Meeting of

St Weonards Parish Council

 will be held on

Monday 21st September

at 7.30pm

either via an online meeting or to be held at St Weonards Village Hall.

For the password please email the Parish Clerk at clerk@stweonardsparishcouncil.org

DUE TO THE CURRENT CORONAVIRUS OUTBREAK ALL ST WEONARDS PARISH COUNCIL MEETINGS WILL BE HELD AS VIRTUAL MEETINGS UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE

COVID-19 Outbreak – useful information and links.

 

Link to Government Guidelines on Coronaviurs/COVID-19 

Link to Herefordshire Council advice on Coronavirus/COVID-19

 

For those of you self isolating and possibly having difficulty getting to the shops for food and other essential items or medicines etc here are some useful information.

OWL Good Neighbours  – Jane Rigler 07940 308696.  The OWL Scheme is run by volunteers that help vulnerable members in the community with such things as shopping, getting medicines/repeat prescriptions, etc.  The OWL Scheme are DESPERATE for more volunteers at this time as many of their current volunteers fall into the categories of those needing to self isolate/practicing social distancing.  If you can help in any way please contact Jane Rigler on 07940 308696.  Many thanks.

CONTACT – THE THREE HAMLET HELPERS– for those self isolating and/or vulnerable in  Pencoyd, Tretire and Michaelchurch parishes

CONTACT – LLANWARNE VILLAGE CORONVIRUS COMMUNITY SUPPORT  – for those self isolating and/or vulnerable in Llanwarne

Local shops are happy to take orders and payment over the phone and for you to arrange collection or delivery where possible:

  • St Weonards Village Shop and Post Office – 01981 580201
  • Carrot and Wine Stores  –  01981 540126
  • Pengethley Farm Shop – 01989 730430
  • Broad Oak Garage and Stores – 01981 580285

There are lots of Community Hubs and Groups being set up locally so please do look out for information about these and please let me know as your local Parish Clerk so I can put the relevant information on the website clerk@stweonardsparishcouncil.org or 07967 352903

Some local pubs are offering take-away services.  Here are the ones known of so far. I am sure there are more locally please let me know:

  • Harewood End Inn – 01989 730637
  • the Royal Arms at Llangrove – 01989 770267

 

Herefordshire Council’s  Talk Community COVID Response:

Letter sent out by Herefordshire Council   – resident letter 20.03.2020

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People wishing to volunteer can register and vulnerable people needing support can register on the following link: https://www.herefordshire.gov.uk/covid19help, the dedicated telephone number will be fully live fromTuesday 24th March which is 01432 260027 and email addresstalkcommunitycovidresponse@herefordshire.gov.uk.

Locations of defibrillators:

          

 

 

 

 

Defibrillators have been installed at the following locations in our local parishes:

  • Llanwarne Village -installed on the wall at the bottom of the steps leading up to the village hall
  • Harewood End Inn – installed on the outside of the pub wall around the back in the beer garden
  • St Weonards – installed in the red BT phone box opposite the church on the A466
  • Garway – installed on the outside wall of the Garway Moon Pub

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AGENDA

Dates of next meetings 2020

All meetings held on a Monday at 7.30pm at St Weonards Village Hall,

unless Clerk advises differently

  • No meeting held in January 2020
  • 10th February 2020
  • 9th March
  • 13th April – cancelled due to COVID-19
  • 11th May – cancelled due to COVID-19
  • 8th June- cancelled due to COVID-19
  • 6th July – run as a online/virtual meeting, SEE ZOOM MEETING ID ABOVE
  • No meeting held in August
  • 21st September
  • 12th October
  • 9th November
  • 7th December

Elected Parish Councillors in May 2019

Cllr Michael Cain – Chairman
Cllr Richard William - Vice Chairman
Cllr Laura Williams
Cllr Peter Gebbie
Cllr Rob Bowen - co-opted May 2019

1 x Vacancy on the Parish Council is currently available

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The most parish councils are not followers of party politics and you can become a member of our Parish Council – you must be:-

over 21 and on the electoral register
A resident of the parish
Able to attend regular evening meetings
Have an interest in local issues
A desire to improve the quality of life in the Parish
Able to represent the views of local people.
The position is unpaid and voluntary, but some expenses such as training is for paid by the Parish Council.


Parish Councils

Parish councils have existed since medieval times, when they settled local disputes and were in charge of agriculture and land management. They have changed over the last 1000 years into the modern constitution, which was created in 1896.