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Because of the current Pandemic restrictions, the Parish Council thought it wise not to have a march to the Cenotaph this year - this is unfortunate but necessary.
However, the Parish Council is laying its usual wreath in memory of those fallen in past conflicts and hopefully we will all be able to commemorate the fallen in a collective way next year.
EDLINGTON & WARMSWORTH POLICE NEWSLETTER
can be found here
The advice from Government, NHS and Public Health England is changing daily.
Warmsworth Parish Council is monitoring the situation but is taking the absolutely necessary step of suspending all public facing meetings until further notice. Councillors and the Clerk will still be available by e-mail and or phone and where possible the day-to day business of the Council will continue with safeguards in place.
Another Virtual Parish Council Meeting has been called for Monday 12th. October 2020 at 7.00 on Zoom.
Members of the public can ask to "attend" by emailing the Clerk on:
However there will be NO automatic right to ask questions and the proceedings are curtailed and restricted.
INFORMATION ON COVID-19
Public Health England website:
Local Government Association website Links:
Doncaster Council advice website: www.doncaster.gov.uk/services/health-wellbeing/coronavirus-covid-19
2019 - 2020 Accounts
These have been inspected by the Internal Auditor and are with our External Audit PKF Littlejohn LLP for approval.
PLEASE NOTE : The new links to these will be below ONCE the documents have been signed by the Chair after the virtual meeting on Monday 13th July 2020
TRAFFIC LIGHTS AT JUNCTION 36 ISLAND
We are aware and have received complaints about the ridiculous traffic management system on this traffic island.
The Parish Council has passed on numerous complaints to Highways England who are looking into this.
It is still not absolutely perfect but if you are not happy go to the Highways England website on https://www.gov.uk/government/organisations/highways-england
and scroll down for details of the contacts and how to get in touch.
The current Committee which runs the Allotments had experienced a spate of victimisation from a small number of individuals and it was thought that to protect them and to ensure continuity, the Parish Council would take control and manage the allotments "in house"
All Allotment Assets and the Bank Account have been ring-fenced SOLELY for Allotments use and all plot holders will be allowed to continue as before.
New agreements for individual plot holders will be forthcoming in due course, finances will be controlled by the Parish Council but NO items, assets or finance will be confiscated by the Parish Council. They will remain the assets of the Allotment holders for use ONLY on or at the allotments.
Further information will be forthcoming in due course but in the meantime do not listen to rumours and if there are any queries, address them to the Parish Council.