Following a meeting with United Utilities, Cumbria Association of Local Councils report the following:

There was a presentation from United Utilities covering the work they are undertaking in West Cumbria. This may be of interest to some of the Copeland parishes where the line is within ten miles of the work being undertaken. It has taken some time to obtain the presentation and it seems it is too large to attach in the normal way to this message, however if you click on the link below it will take you to the We Transfer page and you will be able to download the presentation from there. Please note the download button on the left of the screen and takes a little while to download.

https://wetransfer.com/downloads/611307bdbffc52dde4b2a46cbffca38d20181218202708/f3fc9542c019834b583c05d612afac4520181218202708/c44b15

CCC Cllr Paul Turner has been speaking to the Police about community speed watch. Ponsonby and Seascale have previously expressed an interest in this, and the new PCSO is quite happy to train people.

Cllr Turner will liaise between the Parish Councils and the police regarding the sites/locations which will need to be risk assessed.

PLI insurance will be provided by the relevant Parish Council

If anyone is interested in volunteering please contact

christopherpaul.turner@cumbria.gov.uk or clerkseascalepc@gmail.com

Further to the post regarding dog control, the link below is a map to aid residents and visitors awareness of where dogs should be kept on a lead and where dogs are not allowed.

The Parish Council is confident that considerate people will recognize the safety issues of keeping their dogs on the lead in a car park and that an area where children play, should be out of bounds, unless it is a guide dog to aid a disabled person.

Dog Area Seascale-1

 

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