Following the forthcoming meeting of LPC on the 8th March 2021 LPC will be looking to recruit two replacement Councillors. For further details please see the village noticeboard or contact the clerk at email@example.com
We start 2021 with meetings continuing to be held virtually which may yet continue for sometime. If you would like to attend our forthcoming meeting please contact the Clerk (firstname.lastname@example.org) for a link to join us – you are very welcome to attend.
A replacement multi-play will be installed in the first week of February in the play area. The play area will therefore be closed for a couple of days whilst the new equipment is being installed.
Its been a challenging year to say the least. LPC has however has been doing its best to operate through the pandemic. For a brief summary of what we have been up to this year click : 2020 in focus (on the ‘News’ tab).. And looking forward, we have plenty planned for 2021 including a new bus shelter and repalcement multi-play.
Due to the difficulties holding physical meetings for the remainder of this year (and through to May 2021 and possibly beyond) all meetings will be held virtually via zoom. If you would like to attend any of these meetings please request an invite from the Clerk who can be contacted on: email@example.com
Loxley Parish Council will have a casual vacancy arising at the end of this year and are looking ahead to ensure a smooth succession. We are therefore seeking to identify interested candidates now with a view to recruiting a replacement Councillor to take up the position at the start of 2021. If you are interested and would like to apply or require further information about the role please get in touch with one of your local Councillors. Deadline: 4th September 2020. Alternatively, email firstname.lastname@example.org or for an informal discussion call Glynn Jones on 07714 561 463.
Unfortunately due to the on-going Covid-19 restrictions and requirement for social distancing to be maintained we have had to cancel this year’s Strawberry Fayre. However, we are already looking forward to 2021 and look forward to seeing you then.
Wellesbourne Community Helpline with the help of volunteers is running a scheme to deliver prescriptions from Hastings House Surgery. If you know of any vulnerable persons that would benefit from this service please contact Glynn Jones on 07714 561 463.
How does the system work?
Step 1. Patients – order their prescriptions as normal via the Dispensary (either on-line or call 01789 840 247) by Tuesday for Friday delivery.
Step 2. Patients – then request delivery via Wellesbourne Community Helpline (07766 413 519) by Wednesday for Friday delivery.
Step 3. Delivery by local volunteer will made that same Friday to your door (maintaining social distance). If you are unable to take receipt prescriptions will be returned to the Surgery.
In the meantime if you have any queries email : email@example.com
Due to corona virus all LPC meetings have been cancelled. In the meantime, for those self isolating there is help available to assist with shopping (you should have received a note from Jonathan Baker). Glynn and Laura are NHS responders and will deliver prescriptions for households that are self isolating. We will keep you updated via the website. In the meantime, if you need any help contact Laura, Dan or Glynn (contact details listed on ‘Parish Councillors’ page). The Government’s Coronavirus webpage is www.gov.uk/coronavirus.