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Information about the South Cheshire village of Hankelow

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This information was supplied by Deb Lindop, Community Development Officer at Cheshire East Council.

Cheshire East is placed in COVID alert level ‘High’

The Prime Minister has announced details of new local COVID alert levels which give local authorities, residents and workers information about what to do and how to manage the outbreak in their area.
The new three tier alert system sets out localised restrictions based on the level of infections in certain areas. The local COVID alert levels are set at either Medium, High or Very high.

Cheshire East has been listed as local COVID alert level High (also known as Tier 2) along with Cheshire West and Chester, Warrington and a number of other local authority areas.

This means that:

  • You must not socialise with anybody outside of your household or support bubble in any indoor setting, whether at home or in a public place
  • You must not socialise in a group of more than 6 outside, including in a garden or other spaces like beaches or parks (other than where specific exemptions apply in law)

You can view the full list of additional restrictions that fall under the high alert level on the government website here.

We are working through the detailed implications of the restrictions and how they affect our services and our workplaces and will continue to keep you updated. In the meantime, please continue to work as you are, at home where possible.

The restrictions wcame into force from 00.01 on Wednesday 14 October. The infographic here demonstrates what the high alert level means as a quick reference guide and there is further in-depth guidance on what high alert restrictions will be in place from Wednesday in our area on the gov.uk website here.


Neighbourhood Plan Consultation re-opens

The Hankelow Plan Regulation 16 consultation was originally opened in January, however it was withdrawn after a complaint by a landowner concerning the Site Options and Assessment report. This report has been updated and the regulation 16 consultation has now been restarted. The Notice of Submitted Plan Proposal can be found here.

The publicity period for the Neighbourhood Plan will be for six weeks between: 30 September 2020 – 11 November 2020

 For more information please visit the Neighbourhood Plan section of Cheshire East Borough Council’s website. The link is provided below:

 Hankelow Neighbourhood Plan Webpage: https://www.cheshireeast.gov.uk/planning/neighbourhood-plans/neighbourhood-plans-g-m/hankelow-neighbourhood-plan.aspx

 You can make representations to the consultation as follows:

 Please submit your representations on the Neighbourhood Plan by 7PM on the 11 November 2020.

For further information please contact the Neighbourhood Planning Team. 

Neighbourhood Planning Team | Cheshire East Council

Westfields, Middlewich Road, Sandbach, Cheshire CW11 1HZ

Tel: 01270 685893

www.cheshireeast.gov.uk


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Elderly Carer has some availability

Do you or a loved one need help around the home? I can offer meal preparation, shopping, trips and companionship. Also help with housework and ironing. 100% reliable and excellent references. I currently have clients within the Audlem area.

Please contact Julie to discuss your requirements. 07467 587456


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This information was supplied by Deb Lindop, Community Development Officer at Cheshire East Council.

New funding and training opportunity.

Great funding opportunity - new funding opportunity that Cheshire East Council has been launched, please see the attached press release, grant process, guidance and application form. I really hope some of you can take advantage of this to support the great work across Nantwich and rural of course you can rely on my support and that of a new colleague caroline.platt@cesap.org.uk so if you have an idea please be in touch.

Training offer also attached which I know will be useful for all staff and volunteers working with the public supporting others during the crisis - this is especially useful to People Helping People volunteers and Connected Community Centres as they prepare to reopen.


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This poem was composed by Jenny Howarth.

Covid - 19

The R rate, it’s getting too high,
Meaning more innocent people will die,
Protests, large groups and so much more,
Please think what your doing, I’m shocked to the core,
It’s a simple request, social distance, keep safe,
It shouldn’t have to be rammed in your face,
It’s not forever, this pandemic will be in our past,
But lets put it there quicker, it’s spreading too fast,
If you look at yourself and think you’ll be fine,
Think of the vulnerable suffering down the line,
It doesn’t take much for this virus to spread,
Family and friends catching it I genuinely dread,
My friends and colleagues, NHS staff,
Are risking their lives, this isn’t a laugh,
It’s much more serious than some people think,
Pushing the country to the absolute brink,
But we can stop this, we can win,
Just listen to the advice and please STAY IN.
It could save your life, your families and friends,
So let’s stop this now and fight for the end.

The poem has also been featured in an article on Nantwich News.


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Most of this information was supplied by Deb Lindop, Community Development Officer at Cheshire East Council.

Cheshire East Coronavirus information.

As well as their Covid 19 information hub, Cheshire East have published information covering various aspects of the Covid 19 situation.

General support and advice.

Press releases

Advice for carers

Domestic abuse

Mental health.

Charities

Energy supplies

Scams

Citizens Advice

Citizens Advice Cheshire East has a number of ways people can continue to get advice at this time. They say:-

  • People can contact us by email and phone; if you have an issue you’d like help with direct from us, complete this form https://www.citizensadvicece.org.uk/email and we will be in touch
  • People can reach us by calling 03444 111 444. This is open Monday to Friday from 9am to 5pm.
  • People can chat online to an adviser by visiting the Citizens Advice website at citizensadvice.org.uk/contact-us

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