MESSAGE FROM MKC: MK COVID-19 Community Champion Scheme: We are calling on people throughout Milton Keynes to help us to reach their friends, family, neighbours, colleagues and thousands of other local people, with trusted information and advice related to COVID-19. Throughout the pandemic, we have been keeping residents informed and up-to-date with local information and the latest government and health advice. In light of increasing infection rates and changing restrictions, keeping up-to-date with the latest advice is more important than ever. But we know we won’t reach everyone, which is why we’re calling for people to sign up to become a MK COVID-19 Community Champion to help us reach more of the local community. Many people have wanted to help others throughout the pandemic but were unsure as to how to go about it. Being an MK COVID-19 Community Champion is an easy way to make a massive difference, by sharing the latest information and advice with friends and families. This could be via local Facebook groups, WhatsApp groups, social organisations and clubs that people are part of. MK COVID-19 Community Champions will be provided with the latest information to share at the click of a button – it’s that simple. It won’t take up a huge amount of time, but it could really help make a massive difference in helping to keep our families, friends and communities safe. Anyone interested in becoming an MK COVID-19 Community Champion should visit and register at: www.milton-keynes.gov.uk/covid-champions. You can also email us here. Share this message with friends and family:
MKC Public Notice. Footpaths closure - adjacent to and across 'Davidson's' site - Long St/Hartwell Road from 6/9/2020: See attached PDF documents
Vacancy for a Councillor: Hanslope PC has a vacancy for a councillor. Please email the clerk on [email protected] for details of this rewarding role.
AUDIT 2020: The Period for Exercise of Elector's Rights for the accounting year 2019-20 has now ended. For information on the council's accounts, please see our Minutes or Finance pages.
Message from our local PCSO: Phone 101 and report any problems with anti-social behaviour, abandoned vehicles etc. Then the PCSO can go and investigate. No matter how small the crime is, residents must call it in to 101 and then the PCSO will be instructed to deal with it. If we as a village don't call in crimes/issues, it will be presumed that all is a haven of peace. We might even have our new PCSO diverted elsewhere and we need him here. Thanks.
LOOKING OUT FOR THE ELDERLY IN OUR COMMUNITY: This from Age UK - to you to inform COVID-19 Emergency Service AGE UK MK are currently offering. The service offers help to elderly residents with shopping trips, prescription collecting, providing essential food packs and delivering meals. Further details can be found on our website: https://www.ageuk.org.uk/miltonkeynes/ and residents can call the charity's main telephone line 01908 550700 (Monday - Friday 9am to 4pm) should they need support.
Please be reminded of the Government Guidelines during the Covid 19 crisis. Detailed information can be found at the following link: https://www.gov.uk/…/collections/coronavirus-covid-19-list. Use of Hanslope Recreation Ground: Whilst Hanslope PC recognises the importance for residents to be able to use this recreation space for fresh air and exercise, please ensure that you follow public health guidelines when using this field: • Stay at least 2 metres away from others • Wash your hands frequently – at least 20 seconds – with soap and water or use hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol • Try not to touch your eyes nose & mouth. The AstroTurf and children’s play area are now open. Please follow the guidance. Find guidance about coronavirus (COVID-19) for health professionals and other organisations. https://www.gov.uk/government/collections/coronavirus-covid-19-list-of-guidance#guidance-for-the-public
Coronavirus Help: Don't be alone and don't go without. The village church is coordinating volunteers to help. Please click this link: https://stjameshanslope.org/corona-info/?fbclid=IwAR1J59Eoq9eYiH1Ctug48LfY2Uy1GsvK7euOpFkmhdPVG5UGtCTzwJmIpw4
UPDATE AS OF 13/07/20: From MKC Highways Engineer: Hanslope Zebra Crossing. MK Highways have informed us that this project is currently on-hold, as all expenditure has been suspended due to Covid-19.
Report a Problem: Reports for faulty street lights, pot holes, roadworks issues, obscured signage, overgrown hedges, flooding etc should be directed to MKC via this link: https://www.milton-keynes.gov.uk/pay-report-apply/report-it
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