Please click on this link to be forwarded to the September 2016 agenda.
The Parish Council has proposed a change in the parish boundary in order to protect our way of life and amenities.
The South Derbyshire District Council needs your response to this proposal.
Please email to: email@example.com
Your message should just say that you “support the proposed change to the boundary” (if you do!).
Each individual email or letter received will count towards the final decision by SDDC.
If you preder to write, the address is:
Community Governance Review
If you would like us to collect your letter and deliver to Swadlincote, please contact a member of the Parish Council.
You can also download a form to print off at home and send in by clicking this link.
Would like to invite patients to the surgery for a
Health Information Event
Wednesday 22nd June
Please join staff and patients to browse round the stands providing information on:
- Xpert Diabetes Education Programme
- Arthritis and other painful conditions
- Healthy Living
Including: Walking for Health Programme; Active Nation Programme; New to Exercise Scheme; Weight Loss; Nutrition; Psychology of Eating; Local Slimming and Exercise Groups
- Dementia at 4.15pm and 5.15pm
- Open questions with Practice Manager and GPs at 4.30pm and 5.30pm
Please phone surgery to book a place
Let’s make Willington Medical Practice Dementia Friendly
Please click on this link to be forwarded to the June 2016
Spotted a pothole or a broken street light?Missing Road sign, over hanging trees on the highway?
Report it quickly and easily via the county council’s website:
Please click on this link to view the Agend for the Anual Meeting of the Parish Council to be held on 3rd May 2016
Please click on this link to read the April 5th Parish Council Agenda
We have acquired a list of affected post codes and Barrow village and Arleston are not on it. We can only assume that this is correct as it came from a tweet from Severn Trent themselves, which means many people might have a large but unnecessary stockpile of bottled water!
To view the list of affected post codes, click the link below:
List of Affected Postcodes as of 7.30pm March 11th
For the sake of brevity, the article below has been borrowed from the Derby Evening Telegraph – the full article can be read by clicking the link below:
Click here for the Derby Evening Telegraph article
Click here for the Severn Trent warning article
Severn Trent has put out an urgent warning to around 3,700 customers in Derbyshire and Leicestershire to stop using their water supply immediately, due to a ‘higher than normal’ level of chlorine being detected in the water.
The problem stems from an “over chlorinated” reservoir in the Castle Donington area. The company says it is too early to say whether customers will be compensated.
A statement released by Severn Trent said: “As a precaution we’re asking our customers in the DE11, DE73 and LE65 areas of Derbyshire and Leicestershire to not use their water supply while we investigate a problem with higher than normal levels of chlorine at one of service reservoirs in the Derbyshire area. This means that customers affected should not use the water supply at all.
“We’re sorry for the inconvenience this will cause and we’re working hard to isolate the problem and get everything back to normal as quickly as possible.”
“A Do Not Use notice means that customers shouldn’t use their water supply for anything including drinking, preparing food and bathing.”