EMERGENCY TEMPORARY CLOSURE OF STRETCH OF ROAD – HAYTON TO TOWNHEAD (U1199) – FOR AN EXPECTED 4 DAYS – TO ENABLE REPAIR TO COLLAPSED SEWER – see attached Location plan
Temporary Weight Restriction At Bridge between Little Corby and Newby East- see details Location Plan – Newby East KB AMENDS (14.11.2018) – NEWBY (WARWICK) BRIDGE – Emergency Notice 14-11-18
Looking for grant funding? Have a look at the Funding Digest – https://rsonline.org.uk/funding-digest-september-2018
Good News about the 95 Bus Service. The Parish Council are delighted that Cumbria County Council have managed to save most of the service in the Parish that was threatened with closure and provide a service to Talkin which has not had one in the past. However there are changes to the days the service will run; the route and times; and the fact it will (at the moment) only be term time. Please see attached timetable which came into effect on 4th September 2018 – 18-09-04 TT Only.
Flood Advice – www.cumbria.gov.uk/emergencyplanning/supportingpages/floodingadvice.asp
Latest Neighbourhood Alerts –
Telephone Scam – Council Tax Rebates – see attached Telephone Scam
Safeguarding Adults At Risk – A Cumbria Partnership
have launched a campaign saying that safeguarding is everyone’s business and that if you are concerned about a person’s safety and well being to report it to 0300 303 3249
BROADBAND: SOME USEFUL LINKS
Availability and Speeds
Free on line learning and skills development
Over 41 Parishioners attended AED Training Sessions held in Faugh, Hayton, and Corby Hill over the past couple of months. The volunteer trainer (Mike) has said how much he enjoyed the sessions. He found the trainees interested; willing to have “a go”; and capable – thank you to all those who attended; thank you to Mike for voluntarily giving of his time and expertise; and thank you to String of Horses for hosting the training session in Faugh.
Automated External Defibrillators (AED’s) It is with grateful thanks to Brampton League of Friends that the parish council can announce that two more AED’s and external cabinets have been purchased. The purchases have been fully funded by the Brampton League of Friends.
All the AED’s have now been registered with the Ambulance Service and are fully operational.
The locations are:
1. On the wall of the village hall at Talkin
2. On a pole at the Walnut Field, Hayton
3. On the wall of Steve Wilson, Butchers shop, Corby Hill
4. On the wall at Brackensgill, Hardbank
5. On the wall of the Village Hall, Heads Nook
6. On the wall at the String of Horses Inn, Faugh
7. On the wall next to noticeboard, Fenton
8. On the outside house wall of Woody Glen, How Mill
The cabinets are locked and you will need to telephone the emergency 999 number and speak to an operator who will give the code to access the cabinet. The AED can be used without Heartstart training as the machine gives automated instructions.