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Sam2 Data

SAM2 Data for Gravelhill Lane heading east 2nd May – 6th June

 

Job Vacancy

PART TIME VILLAGE HANDY PERSON / CARETAKER REQUIRED

 West Winch Parish Council is seeking to appoint a Handy person / Caretaker.

The post holder will maintain the trees around the William Burt Community playing field, the children’s play area, skate park, car park and tennis courts, look after the football changing rooms.

The appointment is for 5 hours per week with the possibility of more hours in the future.

The post holder will have an awareness of health and safety legislation and be able to work alone.

For a full job description and further information please contact the Parish Clerk on 07578191841, or by email [email protected].

The completed application form to be returned to the Parish Clerk at 28 Oak Avenue, West Winch, PE33 0QJ.

Closing Date for this vacancy is noon on Wednesday 29th June 2022

Parish News June 2022

Extra help with waste

Extra help with waste

Excess waste
If you’re finding that your black bin is always full, you can put any extra general waste into a black plastic sack. You must seal each bag with a pink or red tag. These cost £2.05 each and can be purchased using the red tag order form below.
Please put any extra black waste sacks out with your bin on collection day. They will only remove bags that are pink or red-tagged.

Need an extra bin?
They may be able to supply you with an extra bin, depending on the circumstances.
General waste (black bin)
There are some circumstances where they may be able to supply you with an extra black bin.
To make a request, please complete the online form, and they’ll assess your application. Or they may work with you to try to reduce the volume of your waste.
Recycling bins (green bin)
In most circumstances, additional green recycling bins are available free of charge. They’ll inform you of any associated costs (if applicable) when you order your new bin(s).

You can also take your extra waste to one of Norfolk County Council’s household recycling centres.

Bulky waste collection

Assisted bin collection service
What is an assisted bin collection?
An assisted collection is when the waste crew collect, empty and return your bins to the storage position at an agreed location on your property.
If you have difficulty moving your wheelie bins yourself, please let them know so that they can arrange for a member of their crew to help out on collection day. The service is designed for anyone who is physically unable to move the wheelie bin for the roadside for us to collect. They can arrange for an assisted collection on a temporary basis, or on a long-term basis depending on your circumstances.
Apply for an assisted bin collection
If you would like to arrange an assisted collection please complete the online form.

Local Cycling and Walking Infrastructure Plans

Norfolk County Council are working in partnership with local authorities to create a Local Cycling and Walking Infrastructure Plan (LCWIP) for Norfolk.

The purpose of the plan is to create a proposed cycling and walking network across the county, and to identify and prioritise improvement schemes which can be delivered over the short, medium and long term. This will enable more people to consider cycling and walking as safe, direct and attractive forms of transport.

Cycling and walking infrastructure plans will play an important part in the delivery of our transport strategy for Norfolk and support the Government’s ambition for “Cycling and walking to be the natural first choice for many journeys with half of all journeys in towns and cities being cycled or walked by 2030”.

The initial Norfolk Cycling and Walking Survey is open from the 5 April to 30 May. Please click on the link below.

https://www.norfolk.gov.uk/what-we-do-and-how-we-work/policy-performance-and-partnerships/policies-and-strategies/roads-and-travel-policies/local-cycling-and-walking-infrastructure-plans

Recent fraud activity

There have been reports of fraudsters purporting to be police officers coercing victims into divulging bank details and/or transferring money.

SAM2 Data Gravel Hill Lane

Data for 1st April – 24th April on Gravel Hill Lane heading West

Police SNAP Meeting 20th July 2022

The Next safer neighbourhood action panel (SNAP) priority setting meeting for Downham Market, Watlington and Terrington areas will be held on Wednesday 20th July 2022 at 7pm online via Microsoft TEAMS

Parish News May 2022

Parish News April 2022