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Cadeby Parish Council News

24 March 2019Cadeby church annual meeting

We will be holding the annual meeting of Cadeby District Church Council (DCC) in the church on Thursday March 28 at 7.30pm which you will be very welcome to attend.

The meeting will include reports from our Churchwarden, Janet, and our Vicar, the Revd Mark Poskitt, as well as a financial update and election of church council members and post-holders for the year ahead.

We will also be ratifying the church electoral roll, so if you are a regular attender and would like to be included on the list, please have a word with Janet to request a form, if you have not already done so.

The meeting will be quite short so it won’t take up much of your time.

The church is opened daily for anyone to visit, so if you are not able to attend the meeting, please do pop in at another time. You will find lots of information about the church building, our church family, forthcoming services and other community activities inside.

With good wishes,

Cadeby DCC

 

22 March 2019Have your say on how the NHS should change in Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland

Independent health and care champions Healthwatch Leicester, Healthwatch Leicestershire and Healthwatch Rutland are launching a 'What would you do?' campaign to encourage people across Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland (LLR) to share their views about what local NHS services should look like.

Our new campaign aims to encourage people to share their views about how extra money from the Government should be spent on local NHS services.

The Government is investing £20 billion a year in the NHS as part of the NHS Long Term Plan. Local organisations are now being asked to explore how services should change locally to make the NHS work better for people.

We want to hear from local people about what works, what doesn't work and how people think local health services should be improved.

Online surveys

Share your views with Healthwatch LLR and help make care better. There are two public surveys to capture your views and you can fill in one or both of them.

1. What would you do to give people more control over their care?

https://www.healthwatch.co.uk/what-would-you-do-general

 

2. What would you do to give people better support?

https://www.healthwatch.co.uk/tell-us-what-would-you-do

Full press release attached. 

We would also like to visit support groups in Leicester and Leicestershire to hear people's views on what local services should look like. If you have a group that we can attend, please contact me on the details below. 

If you have any questions, please contact 

Gemma Barrow |Community Outreach Lead - County

Healthwatch Leicester and Leicestershire | Clarence House| 46 Humberstone Gate| Leicester | LE1 3PJ

Tel: 0116 251 8313| Mob: 07732 683453| Email: gemma.barrow@healthwatchll.com 

 

21 March 2019Cadeby Community Roundup

Save the date - This year, Cadeby Fete will be held on the afternoon of Saturday 27th July hosted by Jane and Louis Massarella at Manor Farm. 
 
More details nearer the time, but if you would like to be involved whether that be running a stall or helping set up, please let Claire Evans know at cjevans99@hotmail.co.uk or on 291248.
 
 
Foodbank - Many thanks for continuing to support Hinckley Area Foodbank by donating items to the Foodbank box in the church.
 
Since the beginning of the year, the villagers have donated 65kg.  I know from first hand experience, how much your donations are appreciated. 
 
At this time, Hinckley branch are in particular need of tuna, tins of fruit, sandwich type meat, cordials, long-life juice, jam and boxes of 40 tea bags.  
 
 
Meet the Police - Just a reminder that PC James Cross will be at the Church Hall on Tuesday 26th March at 6 pm to meet residents and listen to local concerns.
 
 
Litter Pick - The Parish council, Cadeby Church and Cadeby Community Development Trust have combined forces to follow up a concern about litter in and around Cadeby.
 
We are linking with Market Bosworth and doing an organised LITTER PICK on Sunday 14th April, 2pm until 4pm. Hinckley and Bosworth Borough Council will provide bags, litter pickers, gloves and hi-vis vests, they will also collect the rubbish on the following Monday.
 
We would love support from anyone interested, including children. We have an area we would like to cover, including Cadeby Rugby Club so there will be "safe" areas. We will base ourselves in Cadeby Church Hall from 1.45 and refreshments will be available.
 
When you arrive, we will assign you an area and hand out equipment.
 
We hope that this will be a fun, purposeful, community event.
 
If you are interested, please contact :
 
 
or
 
 
If for any reason, you are interested but unable to make that day or time, please let us know and we will try to make alternative arrangements.
 

10 March 2019Parish Council Meeting

The next meeting of Cadeby Parish Council will be in the Church Hall on Thursday 14th March 2019 at 7pm.

All welcome, Agenda attached.

04 March 2019Meet the Police

Following discussions with the new Police Officer covering this area Police Sergeant James Cross will be coming to Cadeby Church Hall at 6PM on Tuesday 26TH MARCH to meet and talk to Cadeby residents.

He will cover/listen to

Concerns over speeding though the village early morning and late afternoon - mid week

Speeding post Rugby matches on a Sunday

Problems with Cadeby being used as a rat- run to get to A447 from Bosworth

Any other local “Policing” concerns and

Take questions

Also please note that on Sunday 17th March there will be a police presence in the village monitoring traffic as part of points 1 to 3 above.

21 February 2019Table Top Sale

CADEBY TABLE TOP SALE

 

                                                 SATURDAY April 27th

 

                                    CADEBY CHURCH HALL AND CHURCH

                                                       (Tables £10)

 

                                                         11 am - 2PM

                                                    (Admission FREE)

 

                                            Light Refreshments available

                            (in aid of Cadeby Community Development Trust)

 

                                          Contact Ian - 0789 999 1001

 

05 February 2019February 2019 Leicestershire Police Newsletter & Events

2 events for your diaries from PC 207 Rob Cross of the Market Bosworth Beat Team taken from the Leicestershire Police February 2019 newsletter.

On Tuesday 12 February – the Police and Crime Commissioner Lord Willy Bach, and Simon Cole – Leicestershire Police Chief Constable will be at Dobbies Garden Centre near Stapleton from 10am until 1pm to discuss your concerns and issues. Please come along and speak with them.

Monday the 15th of April 2019 Inspector Emma Maxwell and I will be hosting an ‘All Parish’ meeting at the Bosworth Hall Hotel – starting at 7.30 pm. We actively encourage Parish Councils and local residents to attend and to discuss crime patterns, current policing priorities and any other policing concerns that matter to you. We will publish this event via other means in the run up.

The full Leicestershire Police newsletter with news and details of recent activity can be downloaded here.

24 January 2019TV Licence Scam

From Ivan Ould
County Councillor for the Market Bosworth Division

Trading Standards are advising residents to be aware of e-mails claiming that payments made for TV licences haven’t been made or that something has ‘gone wrong’ meaning their TV licence can’t be automatically renewed.

These messages provide a link for payment to be made and threaten that licences may be cancelled and debt collection agencies involved if no money is paid. Trading Standards advise not to respond to these messages or provide any personal or banking information to stay safe from scammers.

If residents do have concerns about their TV licence, they should contact TV Licensing using the details on their official website. If think you have been scammed please report it to Action Fraud https://www.actionfraud.police.uk or call them direct on 0800 123 2040.

There has been similar scams involving Vehicle Tax using the tactics mentioned above.

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