In line with Great Yarmouth Borough Council policy, Fleggburgh’s play area will remain closed.
The Parish Council meeting will be held remotely at 7:30pm on Thursday 18th June 2020. For those wishing to attend the remote meeting please contact the Clerk either by email or phone to obtain dial in details.
All very welcome to attend depending on emergency legislation in place at the time.
As many of you will be aware, the Parish Council is currently involved in putting together a neighbourhood plan for the Parish of Fleggburgh. One thing which would improve the neighbourhood development plan would be photographs of Fleggburgh.
Does anyone have any photos of “penny loaves” on Main Road in Fleggburgh, the Plantation at Tower Road, and also Billockby and Clippesby churches? If so, please could you send them to the Clerk for possible inclusion in NDP documents.
The Clerk’s e-mail address is [email protected]
The Royal British Legion is calling on people across the UK to join in a moment of Reflection and Remembrance at 11:00am on Friday 8th May, the 75th Anniversary of VE Day, and pause for a Two Minute Silence. I hope that we will all support this aspect of VE Day from the safety of our homes too.
From the comfort of your armchair, you can all take part in the following;
11:15am – VE Day 75 Livestream: There will be a live stream on either the British Legion’s website or their facebook page. The show will bring the World War Two generation together with today’s generation to chat about their shared experiences.
08:00pm – An evening of Memories and Music on BBC One
09:00pm – A UK-Wide Singalong: A rendition of Dame Vera Lynn’s ‘We’ll Meet Again’
VE Day Resources for Home: The British Legion have created resources for parents and carers, specially designed for home learning. They are aimed at 7-14 year olds and include family-friendly activities and support for you when talking to your child/children about VE Day and Remembrance. For more information, see the British Legion website;
Local health leaders urge people to keep up the fight against coronavirus by staying at home.
The NHS in Norfolk and Waveney is encouraging local people to keep up the fight against coronavirus (Covid-19) by following the latest Government advice and staying at home.
A new Government campaign launched this week called Stay Home, Save Lives which reinforces the single most important action we can now all take, in fighting coronavirus – is to stay at home in order to protect the NHS and save lives.
Dr Anoop Dhesi, a GP at Stalham and Chair of NHS Norfolk and Waveney Clinical Commissioning Group, said: “We’re asking everyone to help save lives, by staying at home because anyone can spread coronavirus.
“Only leave your home to shop for basic necessities, to pick up medicine or to provide care to those who need it or to exercise once a day, alone or with members of your household.
“Only travel to work when you absolutely cannot work from home.
“If you have to go out for any of these reasons always stay two metres apart.
“Do not meet others outside your household; even friends and family. The message is simple stay home. Protect the NHS. Save lives.”
It comes as letters are sent to vulnerable patients urging them to shield themselves from the virus by staying at home and avoiding face-to-face contact for the next 12 weeks.
The letters provide information about accessing health and social care during this time and extra support available for them, their families and carers.
All those who receive a letter are encouraged to register now by going to www.gov.uk/coronavirus-extremely-vulnerable or call 0800 028 8327, the Government’s dedicated helpline.
The play area next to Fleggburgh Village Hall is now closed due to the coronavirus outbreak.
The playing field is still open. Should others be using the field, please keep your distance.
A volunteer force of about 40 people has been set up with a Whatsapp group and they’re happy to help people with supplies, getting medication, dog walking, or even just a friendly chat over the phone.
People can find out more by calling Filby Post Office on 01493 – 369250.
Filby Post Office is doing deliveries in Fleggburgh.
Their telephone number is 01493 – 369250.
With the coronavirus outbreak unfolding, now could be a good time to pick up the phone and call someone to see how they are.
Sometimes just a friendly voice on the phone is enough to help someone.