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From Operation Resilience- The Street, Eversley – Carriageway Repairs
As part of the annual programme of works being undertaken by Operation Resilience, this is to inform you we will shortly be undertaking carriageway surface repairs in The Street, Eversley, in localised areas from the county boundary to the junction of Warbrook Lane. This work is in preparation for a surface treatment that is proposed to be carried out as part of the 2021 season next year.
The works are currently programmed to start on 1st September 2020 and are expected to last for 1 night, during which time the road will need be closed to vehicular traffic between 20:00 – 06:00hrs.
The above timescales are weather dependent. Any significant changes to the scheduled dates will be made clear on the yellow sign boards located at the works limits.
Due to the current COVID-19 situation, works will be carried out ensuring safe working practices, and social distancing between site operatives and members of the public are maintained at all times. The appropriate traffic management will be in place to prevent any interaction.
In order to help us to complete the work as quickly as possible, please ensure that no vehicles are parked on the road on the days of the work. Please be aware any vehicles left parked on the road that prevent the works taking place, face the risk of being removed.
For your safety and that of our workforce, we are unable to guarantee vehicular access to and from your property during working hours. Pedestrian access will always be available.
In order to avoid potential injury or damage, please do not walk across the carriageway during the works unless directed by a member of the workforce.
Thank you for your co-operation and, if you need more information regarding these works, please email email@example.com
Accounts for the Financial year 2019/2020
The Notice of Public Rights and Publication of Unaudited Annual Governance & Accountability Return for year ended 31st March 2020 has now been completed and published on this website.
PLAY AREAS NOW OPEN
17 JULY 2020
All 4 play areas in Eversley are now open. Please refer to the following guidance and use the play areas safely and responsibly.
*** Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, Eversley Parish Council had to cancel meetings. Virtual Meetings will now be held as required. ***
HELPLINE – HART DISTRICT COUNCIL (31.3.2020)
From today, a new helpline is up and running for frail or vulnerable residents who do not have the support of families, friends or their local communities and who urgently need assistance with essential food or household supplies, collection of medication, or who are at risk of loneliness.
The Coronavirus Hampshire Helpline – HantsHelp4Vulnerable – can be contacted on 0333 370 4000. The helpline is available seven days a week, from 9am to 5pm.
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COVID-19 AID RELIEF FLEET
Fleet Aid & Relief is offering 24/7 phone support to anyone who needs it at 01252 309840. They are working with Hampshire County Council and Hart Voluntary Action to offer this support across the entire Hart District area. Visit www.fleetaidrelief.org.uk
Apply for emergency COVID-19 funding!
The National Lottery and the Government have launched a £200m fund to support organisations to continue to deliver services to people and communities affected by COVID-19. The fund is part of the Government’s £750m financial support package for charities and social enterprises announced by Government on 8th April.
This fund will prioritise organisation that support people and communities who experience disproportionate challenges and difficulty because of COVID-19, those who provide services and support for vulnerable people, for which there will be increased demand because of COVID-19, and organisations that connect and support communities to work together to respond to COVID-19.
For full details and to apply visit https://www.tnlcommunityfund.org.uk/…/learn-about-applying-…
Trusted sources of information:
NHS advice can be found here.
The latest government guidance can be found here.
If you can help in any way, please sign up with Hart Voluntary Action.
If you are self-isolating at home and need help or support of any kind, please contact
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or visit the website: https://www.hartvolaction.org.uk/contact/
Thames Water have asked us to send around information on the Thames Water priority service that they run for customers who may need extra support.
By signing up to Thames Water’s free priority services register, Thames Water can tailor their services to residents and prioritise how they support residents if there is an interruption in supply or you have other issues.
Residents can sign up the Thames Water register if they or a family member:
- are eligible for a pension
- have restricted mobility or a physical disability
- have a chronic or serious illness
- need a consistent supply of water for a medical condition or equipment (such as dialysis or skin conditions)
- in need of foreign language or further communication support (such as dyslexia)
- have problems making decisions that affect your daily life (such as dementia)
- are registered blind or partially sighted
- are deaf or hard of hearing
- are living with a mental health condition
- are experiencing temporary life changes
- are a family with young children under 5
For further information and to sign up to the priority service please see the link below.
Soon you’ll need to register your car with Hampshire County Council in order to continue using the household tip free of charge. Please visit hants.gov.uk/wasteandrecycl … for more info and to register now. https://twitter.com/hantsconnect/status/1217005100943728640
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