Community Defibrillator Seminar
The Community Heartbeat Trust recently held a seminar on the use of the defibrillator which is now installed outside the Beckingham Bell. A further session of training will be held shortly and details will be posted on the Parish Council website.
Everybody is welcome, and no special skills are required, just your willingness to play an important role in the event of a medical emergency.
Please let Hazel Steele know if you would like to attend (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Thanks to Tony Payne for the above images of the tablets in St. Nicholas Church.
To find out more about Willie Redgwell click here. Thanks to Neil Wood.
THE NEXT MEETING OF THE PARISH COUNCIL WILL BE THE ORDINARY MEETING ON TUESDAY 5TH FEBRUARY 2019 IN ST NICHOLAS VILLAGE HALL AT 7.30 PM. TO SEE THE AGENDA FOR THIS MEETING GO TO AGENDAS PAGE ON THE LIST ON THE LEFT HAND SIDE OF THE HOME PAGE .
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TO SEE LOCAL PLANNING APPLICATIONS click here
ARE YOU INTERESTED IN HIGHWAYS ISSUES IN THE PARISH? WOULD YOU LIKE TO ATTEND A PUBLIC MEETING WITH THE CHAIR OF ESSEX COUNTY COUNCIL HIGHWAYS TO AIR YOUR VIEWS ON THE ISSUES AFFECTING THIS VILLAGE?
THE PARISH COUNCIL WOULD LIKE TO CONVENE SUCH A MEETING (DATES TO BE ARRANGED DEPENDING ON THE PUBLIC RESPONSE). IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO ATTEND .SUCH A MEETING PLEASE CONTACT THE PARISH CLERK.
GENERAL DATA PROTECTION REGULATIONSTo see the Parish Council's Privacy Notice please look on the Policies/Procedures section of the website.
BECKINGHAM STREET/TOLLESHUNT D'ARCY ROAD (VILLAGE HALL) JUNCTION IMPROVEMENTS
Now that work has been completed at St Nicholas Village Hall, the Parish Council is anxious to move forward with highways improvements at this junction. To see the options suggested by the Local Highways Panel, click here
URGENT - UPDATE - HELP REDUCE SPEEDING THROUGH OUR VILLAGE - URGENT - UPDATE
Tolleshunt Major Community Speed Watch Group. Updated 1 March 2018.
Community speed watch groups are volunteers who use speed detection devices to monitor the speed of vehicles travelling through areas where they live and they pass details of those exceeding the speed limit to the police. Letters are then sent to the registered drivers with the aim of educating them to change their behaviour, reduce their speed and make our roads safer.
Undertaking the training will enable volunteers to join the Tolleshunt Major CSW group. Speed watch periods are decided by group members to suit themselves and local traffic conditions. We will be starting our speedwatch again as soon as the weather improves and we are in need of more volunteers. Help us to make our village safer by giving a small amount of your time.
If you can help please contact Hazel Steele on 01621 860642 or by email at email@example.com .
Essex Highways New Interactive Public Rights of Way map can now be found at www.essex.gov.uk/highways - access through the Public Rights of Way section.