CCC have introduced diversions due to the re-opening the tip, hence the diversion signs around the village.
See below for the formal documents.
The planned road closure including diversion can be found by clicking here.
This is for period 29.6.20 – 3.7.20
The annual parish meeting is being held virtually on Monday 11th May. The meeting will start at 7pm and those wishing to be part of the meeting can access using the following details:
The agenda can be found by clicking here.
The next phase of planned CCC Highway maintenance for period 1 – 15th May 2020 is now available. Click here to access.
Any questions please contact CCC Highways directly.
There will be a virtual finance meeting on Monday 27th April from 6.30pm. For the full agenda click here
For details on accessing the meeting please contact me.
The parish council held its first virtual meeting on Wednesday 15th April. The minutes from that meeting can be viewed by clicking here. For anyone wishing to join the parish council in the virtual meeting room please contact the clerk who will be happy to help with setting up the application and to carry out a “test” run ahead of the next meeting. See below for some screen shots from the meeting!
The parish council will have its first virtual meeting on Wednesday 15th April starting at the earlier time of 6pm. Click here for the full agenda.
If anyone wishes to join the meeting as a member of the public please contact the clerk who will share the meeting ID and password with you. You will be allocated time at the start of the meeting to raise anything and then will be asked to listen only for the remainder of the meeting. Alternatively if you wish to raise anything then please email the clerk no later than 5pm on Tuesday 14th April with your items.
The meeting will be held using Zoom video technology in line with the changes to the regulations which came into force on 4th April. The Local Authorities & Police & Crime Panels (Coronavirus) (Flexibility of Local Authority & Police & Crime Panel Meetings) (England & Wales) Regulations 2020
If you need any help please do not hesitate to contact me. email@example.com or 07895 476682
Bluntisham Parish Council are expecting government guidance on holding meetings remotely, and NALC will also produce further guidance as needed. In the meantime, if local councils do not hold meetings and take decisions by email or other remote methods NALC feels it is likely that afterwards if there were a challenge that the court will accept that exceptional times called for exceptional measures. In the absence of government guidance, we would suggest for now only taking decisions remotely for truly urgent issues. In this case, local councils should evidence their decision making as best they can, for example by asking councillors to confirm their votes by email to the clerk for the clerk to keep as a record of the decision.
Click here for Bluntisham Parish Councils contingency plan.
Bluntisham Parish Council will update this website asap with details of the changes.
Click here for the latest news article from HDC regarding deferring Council Tax payments for 2 months.