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Latest NEWS - Updated 07/04/21

Bullet Annual Parish Meeting - 21st April 2021

The Annual Parish Council Meeting will be held via Zoom at 7.00pm on Wednesday 21st April 2021.

The meeting is an opportunity for the Parish Council to give to the parish an overview of what they have been doing in the previous twelve months. Due the to Covid-19 Pandemic no Annual Parish Meeting was held in 2020.

The Annual Parish meeting is normally held in the Dethick Hall and various village groups and organisations are invited to attend to give an overview of what they have done during the past twelve months. Unfortunately with the current social distancing reuirements a face to face meeting is not possible during April.

Residents of the Parish are invited to attend, if you wish to participate please contact the Parish Clerk for the connection details.

Bullet Parish Newsletter
The Parish Council produce a newsletter each year but again due to the Covid-19 pandemic this didn't happen in 2020. The newsletter is normally delivered around the parish in April prior to the local elections in may, and notifies residents of the annual parish meeting, which this year will be held by Zoom see above for details.

The Parish Council intend to publish a newsletter this year when organisations and venues around the parish can start operating again.

Hopefully towards the end of June 2021.


Bullet Parish Council Meeting - April
The next meeting of the Parish Council is Monday 12th April 2021 and will be held via Zoom. Members of the public are invited to attend.

Please contact the Parish Clerk for the login details.

Bullet Hartshorne Parish Council , Council of the Year 2020 Awards
Congratulations to the residents of Hartshorne Parish. At the Annual DALC (Derbyshire Association of Local Councils) 2020 Awards, Hartshorne Parish Council were awarded 'Highly Commended'. This was as recognition of all the hard work carried out by both groups and individuals during the summer lockdown in helping those residents less able to look after themselves.

Once again Congratulations!
Alan Jones, Chairman of Hartshorne Parish Council

Bullet Hartshorne Village Helpers

The Hartshorne Helpers have reduced their assistance over the summer of 2020. It is felt that residents have more Government provided help and advice, however they can still be contacted on 07522 906215 if you are concerened about something they can help you with.

Remember this is a voluntary group and not an Emergency Service so if you have an emergency please follow the Government Guidelines on the Corona Virus outbreak.

Guidelines on what to do in the Corona Virus outbreak can be found on the following Government website gov.uk/coronavirus

Bullet Accessibility Statement
The Parish Council are aware that currently the website does not fully meet all requirements for accessability therefore a brand-new site will be introduced in the next few months. In the meantime, if you are having difficulties using the web site please contact the Parish Clerk to discuss if there are alternatives to your particular problem.
hartshornepc@sky.com

The Parish Council want as many people as possible to be able to use the new website. For example, that means you should be able to:

  • colours, contrast levels and fonts will be accessibility compliant.
  • zoom in up to 300% without the text spilling off the screen.
  • navigate most of the website using just a keyboard.

Bullet Parish Council Vacancies (Lower Midway)

There are two vacncies on the Parish Council if you are interested in joining the Parish Council please see the Co-opting of Councillor document for details.

Minutes of Parish Council meetings and their Agendas can be found on the Parish Council web page.


Bullet Photographs of Hartshorne
Don't forget; Pictures of Hartshorne both old and new can be viewed in the Picture Gallery

Bullet Recreational Grounds
Following government guidance that while Parks remain open, playgrounds are closed. Parents are reminded that all play equipment within the recreational grounds is out of bounds to children and adults, this includes the MUGA (Multi Use Games Area) at Goseley and fitness equipment.

Bullet Hartshorne Ladies Club - The Ladies Club is Suspended during the Stay at Home Period.

Bullet Police NEWS - The Parish Council would like to inform residents that the Police website provides plenty of information about policing in our area, including the crime statistics. Details of actual reported crime incidents in your area can be found on the crime map. More general details about policing in the UK can be found on the Police Website - www.police.uk

Bullet Hartshorne Parish Resident Associations
There are two resident associations within the Hartshorne Parish; The Hartshorne Village Residents Association (HVRA) and the Lee Wood Valley Residents Association (LWVRA)in the Midway Area.

You can find more information about each of their aims and objectives on their respective websites:-
Hartshorne Village Residents Association

Lee Wood Valley Residents Association

BulletHartshorne Society of Bell-ringers
Hartshorne_Society_of_Bell-RingersWas formed in March 2013 with the aims of promoting and fostering the ancient English art of Change Ringing in Hartshorne and the local area.

They are always keen to welcome new members; if you are interested in Bell-ringing or just want to find out more the read their visit their blog on the St Peter's Church website, or email Andy Austen

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