Next meeting of the Parish Council to be held 7:00pm, Monday 7th January 2019

The next meeting of Tilney St Lawrence Parish Council will be held on Monday 7th January 2019 at Tilney St Lawrence Village Hall, Magdalen Road, PE34 4RF. All are welcome to attend and there will be an open forum at the beginning of the meeting when Parishioners are able to raise any matters of concern. A copy of the agenda for this meetings will be posted in due course under the Meetings/Agenda 2018 tab. Please contact the Parish Clerk if you would like any further information.

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Scam Awareness

Please see attached police poster regarding one of the latest scams targeting vulnerable people. If you know of anyone falling victim to scammers, call the police on 101.

Scam Awareness Poster

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NHS stay well this winter

See attached poster for the NHS Stay well this winter campaign poster.

First Signs Poster

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Previous Year’s Accounts, Annual Return and Public Rights

The Annual Return and Accounts to be Audited for the Parish Council have been published under the Finance and Annual Return tab of this web site. The Notice of appointment of date for the exercise of public rights to inspect and make copies of the accounts has also been published in this section.

Finance and Annual Return

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Co-option of New Councillors

The Parish Council is pleased to report that at its May 2018 meeting, Councillor Dane Rayner was co-opted as a member of the Parish Council. The Council welcomes Dane onto the Council and hopes that he will find his new role a rewarding one.

The Parish Council is pleased to report that at its December 2017 meeting, Councillor Sarah Sherburn-Wykes was co-opted as a member of the Parish Council. The Council welcomes Sarah onto the Council and hopes that she will find her new role a rewarding one.

There are no remaining vacancies on the Parish Council.

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Litter Picking

One parish councillor continues in keeping Tilney St Lawrence tidy with his litter picking efforts.

In the last year Councillor Jerry McManus has collected the following items from the pavements and road sides of Tilney St Lawrence:

  • 101 black bin bags
  • 1 roll of wire fencing
  • 2 car tyres
  • 1 BMW wheel
  • 1 ironing board
  • 1 kitchen unit
  • 1 road name plate
  • assorted builders rubbish
  • a large number of used nappies
  • 2 colostomy bags
  • 1 safety helmet

A big thank you to Cllr McManus. Please give him a hand by picking up all the rubbish you can.

Help stop fly tipping ruining our countryside. Report incidents and offenders on https://www.west-norfolk.gov.uk/info/20013/street_care_and_cleaning/160/fly-tipping_illegal_dumping

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Nearest Job Centre

Follow the link below to find the nearest job centre:

https://www.jobcentrenearme.com/

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Compostable caddy liners no longer required

Using food waste caddies for left-over and waste food just got a whole lot easier thanks to changes to the processing technology.

There is no need to purchase compostable caddy liners anymore as any small bag, such as carrier bags, bread bags, fruit and veg bags and other freezer/sandwich bags can be used to line the bin or to put food waste in.

The Borough Council’s portfolio holder for the Environment, Councillor Ian Devereux, said:

“We’ve been working with our contractors to make it easier and more convenient for our residents to recycle food waste using old plastic bags. The new technology used by the council’s food waste contractor Biogen means that all liners and packaging are now stripped out during the processing.

“This makes it much easier for people as they don’t have to remember to buy compostable bags from us or other retailers, they can reuse any bags they may have around the house. Over the new few weeks we will phase out the sale of compostable bags as they will no longer be required.

“I hope that this change will encourage more residents to take up the food waste service as it great way to prevent waste from going into landfill.”

Food waste should be placed in some sort of bag or wrapping before it is placed into the food waste bin, as this prevents food from sticking to the bin and keeps the bins fresher. Under the revised contract food not placed in some form of wrapping in the bin, may result in the food waste bin not being collected.

Residents are also being reminded that they can gain additional points (and possibly prizes) from the Recycle Rewards Scheme by logging into their accounts and signing up to the pledges on food waste.

Any resident who does not yet have an account can still open one by going to https://westnorfolk.localgreenpoints.com to earn points (and prizes) for yourself and your community.

Biogen’s state-of-the-art de-packaging technology separates out the bags and packaging leaving the organic waste behind, which is then used as fertiliser on agricultural land. The food waste also generates methane gas, which is collected and cleanly burnt to produce electricity. The remaining plastic is then subjected to a full recovery operation.

Residents who need a food waste caddy can apply for one online at www.west-norfolk.gov.uk/yourbins

Issued by: David Thompson, Marketing Officer, on 01553 782067.

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Mobile Library Timetable

See attached poster for the mobile library timetable

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Find out about joining Samaritans

Next information session to find out more at 26 Queen Street, King’s Lynn, PE30 1HT
Date: Wednesday 8 March 2017
Time: 7pm

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