Read a full transcript of the PM address to the nation on 10 May in which he outlines tentative easing easing of lockdown restrictions over the next few months.
We will be doing a bulk collection of prescriptions for Kempley Parish from Newent Doctors and Day Lewis Pharmacy (Newent) starting Friday 17 April. Anyone can use the service; you do not need to be shielded or self-isolating. Prescriptions will be delivered to your door if needed or can be collected from The Croft, Kempley.
If you would like to opt in to this service please download and complete the delivery service form and return it to The Croft, Kempley. Your data will be held in hard copy only and destroyed when the service is no longer required.
Copies of the form are available on request from: Arin Spencer (Parish Clerk) at The Croft, Kempley
Gloucestershire’s Community Help Hub The helpline is open 8am-8pm on weekdays and 9am-4pm on weekends or visit: https://www.gloucestershire.gov.uk/gloucestershires-community-help-hub/
Age UK: Covid-19 and older people https://www.ageuk.org.uk/gloucestershire/our-services/coronavirus-covid-19-and-older-people/
Adult Social Care: Information, advice, support https://www.gloucestershire.gov.uk/health-and-social-care/adults-and-older-people/adult-social-care-information-advice-and-support/
COVID-19: Support for businesses https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/guidance-to-employers-and-businesses-about-covid-19/covid-19-support-for-businesses
Four ways to stay motivated at home https://www.grcc.org.uk/news-events/news-events/post/171-four-ways-to-stay-motivated-at-home
In line with government guidance, the Royal British Legion is encouraging people across the UK to take part in the VE Day 75th Anniversary commemorations from the safety of their homes by joining in a programme of activities, including a moment of reflection and remembrance at 11am on Friday 8th May 2020. With members of the public unable to attend VE Day group gatherings, the Royal British Legion is playing a central role in the delivery of a range of activities, including VE Day broadcast, national moments of remembrance and thanksgiving, and links to an education pack for children and young people.
Kempley Parish Council has been informed by the organisers of the Three Shires Stages Rally that was due to take place on 6 September 2020 that the event has been cancelled.
The final phase of the Severn Trent works along the B4215 begins today and lasts until 30 March. There will be two-way traffic lights at points between Two Mile Lane and Trioscape, beginning at the Highnam end. This is to connect the new water main and finally disconnect the old one.
Airband will be building a Fibre To The Premise network in the Kempley Combined Solution area bringing speeds of up to 250Mbps straight to your home. Installation will be free for most premises as government funding can be secured on your behalf. The more that people sign up, the quicker Airband can install.
The Ramblers is calling on people to help them save thousands of miles of historic paths which are missing from the maps in England and Wales.
Gloucestershire County Council has launched their annual budget consultation, asking residents to have their say on its draft 2020/21 budget.
The consultation runs until 5pm on 17 January 2020 and asks for people to say what they think about GCCs spending plans.