Please follow the link to view the above road closure; https://one.network/?tm=121306606 and the link for the Notice 2: https://api-gb.one.network/downloads/tm/1111/3-notice-2_121306606_3322780_da7c2e0323.pdf
The order becomes effective on 19th August 2021 and will remain in force for eighteen months.
The works are expected to commence on 24th August 2021 and last for 2 days to enable Bristol Water to replace 2 stop taps.
For any further information about this closure please contact Bristol Water on 0117 305 1407, quoting reference: ttro434932.
Please note that should you require to view a closure which is more than two weeks ahead you will need to Register for free with www.One.Network
You will be aware that two village events scheduled for Saturday 24th July have been postponed due to the rapid increase in local Covid-19 infection rates.
The Chairman and Clerk of the Parish Council have discussed the implications of this increase in infection rates for the next PC meeting, which was scheduled for Wednesday 28th July. After due consideration it is felt that it would not be prudent to proceed with a public meeting at this time, in order to protect public health. In addition, the PC currently has no urgent business it needs to transact.
The scheduled meeting has therefore been cancelled. The PC will next meet on Wednesday 8th September. Should any urgent items arise before then the PC will consider how best to proceed
POSTPONEMENT – VILLAGE EVENTS
SATURDAY JULY 24TH
Covid Infection rates have been increasing rapidly locally and there are many who have tested positive in the village and are self-isolating.
Consequently, we have decided with great regret that it is necessary to postpone the following events until infection rates are lower.
Hardington Vale PCC
THANK YOU NORTON ST PHILIP
St Philip & St James Church 6pm – 8pm.
Norton St Philip Parish Council
TRAFFIC CONSULTATION DAY
Palairet Hall 10am – 4 pm
Rev Caroline Walker, Rector, Hardington Vale PCC
Ian Hasell, Chairman, Norton St Philip PC
COVID-19 RESTRICTIONS: Whilst all meetings are open to the public, the Palairet Hall has a maximum capacity of 30 under government guidelines and risk assessments. Members of the public are advised to inform the Parish Clerk of planned attendance to avoid disappointment. Face masks will be required to be worn (unless exempt) and you must follow precautions and the guidance for the venue.
The next Parish Council will be held on Wednesday 23rd June at 7.00 pm in the Palairet Hall.
Please note the change from the routine date of Wednesday 9th June.