Covid-19 information, please see link below
Police notice – covid vaccine fake text scam, see link below for details
NHS news release – outpatient appointments to be suspended, see link below for details
There is a vacancy for a co-opted parish councillor, the council will vote on this in the full council meeting held on January 6th. Please see the links below.
- co-opting procedure Co-opting a councillor procedure
- Declaration of interest form Declaration of Interest Form
- Declaration of acceptance of office Declaration of Acceptance of Office Template
The below link is very useful. It is on Cumbria Police Web Site and is only to be used for
- Speeding Complaints
- Report of Anti Social Driving
- 3)Other Road Safety Concern
Please note: It is not to be used for road defects that’s via CCC hotline or web site
Blood Donor Session – for further details please see Egremont Winter link below
COPELAND LOCAL PLAN 2017-35 DRAFT PROPOSAL REPORT
This expansion plan affects not just Seascale, but numerous other local parishes. Please see attached. Please also note the report and appendices are large documents.
A completed form can be emailed to LocalPlanConsultation@copeland.gov.uk
or sent to:
Strategic Planning, Copeland Borough Council. The Market Hall, Market Place, Whitehaven. CA28 7JG
For those who want a hard copy, including space for feedback, telephone 01946 598300 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
CDs are also available using the same contact details. The consultation has now been extended to 30th November.
The Stagecoach bus service will no longer run the College Day only journey to/from Seascale will no longer run from 2nd November
Jellyfish on the Beach
The link below gives what to do advice and further information
Parish Council Meetings and exercise of public rights:
By instruction from government all Parish Council meetings can only be conducted remotely, until further notice.
The latest relaxation in the lockdown procedure means local amenities can be opened to the public. However, there are still restrictions and the government guidelines require a full risk assessment to be carried out. Such an assessment has been carried out for the play areas. See link below.
Update: The library services re-opening status and process report.
Re-opening is occurring in 3 phases; it is currently at phase 2. Only 6 of the main libraries were opened in August, the library service is proposing to open another 12 of the smaller main libraries. Smaller branch libraries, such as Seascale are in phase 3. Opening is based on a risk assessment check list and there are 5 essential requirements, such as track and trace etc, some of these requirements are mandatory, before a library can re-open. In this partnership the library services will provide signage, the necessary infrastructure and essential advice. Once all this is in place Seascale library will open along with all the similar libraries. At present, it is not possible to provide a re-opening date, but it will open a soon as it possibly can. If Seascale library opened prior to the recommended process, it would receive no support from the library service. To ensure necessary requirements are met, it is essential to have this support. The Parish Council will purchase Perspex screens and hand sanitizers will be installed, rather than just having a bottle of sanitizer ‘by the door’.
The Parish Council acknowledge this continued delay is frustrating, but assure users it is working to re-open it as soon as possible.
The Sports Hall user update please see link below
For further information please click on attached link