Prestbury Playing Fields – MUGA Development

Prestbury Parish Council have now had confirmation that the MUGA installation work will begin on Monday 8th June 2020.  These works are likely to take six weeks.  During this period the Prestbury Playing Fields will be closed and fencing put in place to prevent access to the general public.  This is necessary to protect the general public and ensure Caloo, the contractors meet their legal requirements for Health & Safety and Risk Assessment on a development site.

The Covid-19 situation has clearly made life difficult but there will still be full access  to the Barley Road Public Open Space and we encourage you to utilise this newly acquired green space.

Many thanks for co-operation.

Corona Virus – Prestbury Parish Council Update 08/04/2020

Bank Holiday Weekend.

Over the weekend the Parish Council Office will be fully closed.  Emails to the Parishclerk@prestbury-pc.gov.uk will be regularly checked.

If you or a friend/neighbour require support for food deliveries by the Prestbury Volunteers please email or if urgent please call 07772507593.

Stay At Home

Please remember the Government message stays the same:

Stay at home and if you have to go out you must maintain a 2 metre (6 foot) distance between people.

 

 

Corona Virus – Update 26/03/2020

Gloucestershire’s Community Help Hub

This is the link for the Gloucestershire Help Hub  and this provides information and links to online forms so that you can:

  1. Request help.
  2. Offer help
  3. Flag up a neighbour who needs help
  4. Or offer support from you business.

If you are unable to use the online forms we have a phone line available, please call 01452 583519.

The lines are open Monday – Friday 8.30am – 5pm. This is a priority telephone line for people who  need help or are volunteering, please do not use it for reporting other issues.   

We will pass on the information to the relevant district or borough council to connect people who can help each other, or if appropriate refer individuals to an existing service.

If you prefer to contact Prestbury Parish Council directly, please call 01242 575129 or parishclerk@prestbury-pc.gov.uk

Corona Virus – NHS advice

Spot the signs of coronavirus – NHS advice

To help keep your community safe, stay at home if you have either:

A high temperature – this means you feel hot to touch on your chest or back (you do not need to measure your temperature).

A new, continuous cough – this means coughing a lot for more than an hour, or 3 or more coughing episodes in 24 hours (if you usually have a cough, it may be worse than usual).

Corona Virus – Prestbury Update – 20th March 2020

Corona Virus – Do you need help?

Prestbury Parish Council (PPC) is coordinating volunteers who will be able to deliver food and medicines for vulnerable, elderly or people who are self-isolating within the local community.

We have agreed that this is purely a free delivery service and that there will be no financial interaction between the volunteer and the recipient.

There are several local neighbourhood groups and charities doing similar activities.

If you feel you need assistance in the collection of food or medicines, or you know of somebody you require assistance then please contact me.

Telephone:    01242 575129                     email: parishclerk@prestbury-pc.gov.uk

Kind regards

Simon Dove, Parish Clerk

Parish Council Office, The Pavilion, New Barn Lane, Prestbury, Cheltenham, GL52 3LP.

website: https://prestbury-pc.gov.uk