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29 May 2020Temporary restriction of Bosworth Road, Bull in Oak, Cadeby (HINK0577/2020)

On the 11th and 12th June 2020 temporary traffic signals will be in use between 09:00 and 15:00. On 13th June 2020 there will be a one day road closure on Bosworth Road, Bull in Oak, Cadeby from the junction with Ashby Road (A447) for 280m.

The Temporary Traffic Regulation Order will be implemented for public safety for Premier Road Surfacing Ltd to undertake the construction of a new entrance and resurfacing work for a new development.

The proposed alternative diversion route will be via: Ashby Road (A447), Hinckley Road (A447), Rectory Lane, Main Street, Cadeby Lane, Cadeby; The Park, Market Bosworth and vice versa.

Full press release and diversion map attached.


Leicestershire County Council

28 May 2020NHS Citizens' Panel

Local NHS organisations have launched a new online network, NHS Citizens’ Panel.

People in Cadeby are invited to sign up to the new network to share their experiences of NHS services and help shape the future of local NHS services.

The NHS Citizens’ Panel has been set up by local NHS organisations to gather public views and opinions on a wide variety of health topics, which will be used to help us to understand peoples’ experiences and what matters most to them.

To find out more about the Citizens’ Panel or join visit www.healthcareviewsllr.co.uk

Thank you for helping and supporting your local NHS.

Read the full Article or download the  poster 

26 May 2020Rogue Trading Incidents

​Leicestershire Trading Standards have been receiving reports of rogue traders in the Groby and Melton Mowbray areas and suspect that they will target other areas around the county.

The following message has been put onto their Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/leicstradingstandards and Police have also reported the matter on their neighbourhood link messaging. 

24 May 2020Planning Application 19/01447/OUT

The planning application ref:19/01447/OUT for the erection of up to 15 dwellings and creation of a new private footpath at land to the east of Sutton Lane, Cadeby, Leicestershire was refused by the Local Planning Authority(LPA) on 16 April 2020.

The Parish Council has been informed that the same application, the erection of up to 15 dwellings and creation of a new footpath at land to the east of Sutton Lane, Cadeby, Leics. has been re-submitted. Ref:20/00433/OUT.

Cadeby Parish Council will be issuing a response to the LPA.

Comments can be submitted to the LPA by 10 June 20 (email:planning@hinckley-bosworth.gov.uk) quoting ref: 20/00433/OUT.

Cadeby Parish Council

 

18 May 2020Temporary Traffic Regulation Order- Bosworth Road, Bull In Oak, Cadeby commencing on 6th June 2020 (HTWTEMP/2316)

 

THE LEICESTERSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL

(BOSWORTH ROAD, BULL IN OAK, CADEBY) (TEMPORARY PROHIBITION OF THROUGH TRAFFIC) (TEMPORARY PROHIBITION OF WAITING AT ANY TIME) (TEMPORARY PROHIBITION OF LOADING AT ANY TIME) ORDER 2020

 

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Leicestershire County Council intends, not less than 7 days from the date of this Notice, to make an Order under Section 14(1) of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984, the effect of which will be to allow for the closure of that length of road specified in the Schedule to this Notice.  The road is being closed to allow Premier Road Surfacing Ltd to undertake the construction of a new entrance and resurfacing work for a development.  Any member of the public requiring further information should contact Leicestershire Highways on 0116 3050001. The Order will come into force on 6th June 2020 and have a maximum duration of 12 months. The works will commence on site when the appropriate signs have been erected and may last for up to 8 days. Closure details will be confirmed locally in due course. Access for emergency service vehicles, residents and pedestrians will be maintained at all times.  The Leicestershire County Council apologises for any inconvenience caused during the duration of the Order.  During the closure of the road, the alternative route available to all through bound vehicular traffic affected will be via:- Ashby Road (A447), Hinckley Road (A447), Rectory Lane, Main Street, Cadeby Lane, Cadeby; The Park, Market Bosworth and vice versa.

During the closures, alternative routes available to all traffic can be viewed at https://one.network

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SCHEDULE 1

TEMPORARY PROHIBITION OF THROUGH TRAFFIC

Bosworth Road, Bull in Oak, Cadeby from the junction with Ashby Road (A447) for 280m.

 

SCHEDULE 2

TEMPORARY PROHIBITION OF WAITING AT ANY TIME

Bosworth Road, Bull in Oak, Cadeby from the junction with Ashby Road (A447) for 280m on both sides of the carriageway.

 

SCHEDULE 3

TEMPORARY PROHIBITION OF LOADING AT ANY TIME

Bosworth Road, Bull in Oak, Cadeby from the junction with Ashby Road (A447) for 80m on both sides of the carriageway.

Dated 13th May 2020

Lauren Haslam, Director of Law and Governance. County Hall Glenfield Leicester LE3 8RA

15 May 2020Borough Council re-starts its Special Collection service for household and garden waste

Hinckley & Bosworth Borough Council is re-introducing its Special Collection service accepting online bookings for additional refuse sack collections and removal of small clearance items.

However due to the coronavirus pandemic this service is a one person operation with strict front boundary rule for sacks of waste.

In accordance with coronavirus guidelines residents/households need to be aware that if they have coronavirus or are still symptomatic need to ensure that the waste is 72 hours old before it is presented for collection and is double-bagged.

Items which will be accepted are:

General household waste, including recycling

Garden waste ie grass and hedge clippings etc

Textiles, although if these can be recycled, passed onto charity shops when they re-open it would be encouraged

Items which will not be accepted include:

Electrical items. These can be disposed of using the Council's Bulky Waste Collection Service

Soil

Rubble / hard-core

Paint tins which contain paint

Hazardous wastes such as asbestos or chemicals

The cost for collection and disposal of items is:

£15 for a maximum of 10 sacks

£25 for a maximum of 25 sacks

Small sized cardboard boxes filled will be accepted as one sack but they must be dry.

Any additional bags or items a quotation is required. For full information visit www.hinckley-bosworth.gov.uk/otheritems

The service may also be able to help with small types of shed or garden clearances but this work would need to be completed with one member of staff and would require strict social distancing from residents.

To request a quotation please contact 01455 255977 or email streetscene@hinckley-bosworth.gov.uk

Executive Member for Street Scene Services, Cllr Bill Crooks said: "We hope the re-introduction of this service will help residents whilst the recycling centres are closed or help reduce non essential travel when they do re-open; support non- drivers; residents who are shielding and everyone who has being storing items and garden waste that they have collected during lockdown.

"Strict social distancing rules will be followed at all times."

09 May 2020Coronavirus NHS Bulletin & Re-opening of waste sites

This is the tenth in a series of regular bulletins to keep you updated on the NHS response to Coronavirus in Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland.

Bulletin

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The following link takes you to the latest press release regarding the re-opening of local waste sites.

https://www.leicestershire.gov.uk/news/councils-working-to-re-open-waste-sites

 

06 May 2020Cadeby Parish Council Annual Meeting

The Cadeby Parish Council Annual Meeting will be held at 6.30pm on Thursday 14th May in a virtual meeting room using Zoom.

All members of the public welcome.

Agenda and instructions on how to attend the meeting attached.

30 April 2020Video Message from Chief Constable Simon Cole & NHS Bulletin

Video Message from Chief Constable Simon Cole

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I'd like to take a moment to say thank you to the communities, local people and businesses who have been supporting us and each other during this difficult time. We've been overwhelmed by people's kindness towards our officers and staff - we've received curries from restaurants, letters of thanks, and lovely pictures and drawings from school children. They are all gratefully received.

Watch my full video message on YouTube by clicking here.

We're all in this together and if we stick together, we will come out on top. Thank you

Chief Constable Simon Cole

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Bulletin From Leicestershire NHS

The attached PDF file is one in a series of regular bulletins to keep you updated on the NHS response to Coronavirus in Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland.

 

28 April 2020Work Live Leicestershire Employability Project

Leicestershire and Rutland RCC are currently promoting a community project that offers support to people who have found themselves out of work during these challenging times.

The Work Live Leicestershire project offers free online training, 1-2-1 help with job searching, help to improve interview skills and even support from specialists to launch a new business venture.

Note that only Leicestershire residents aged over 18 and currently out of work are eligible to join. 

 

23 April 2020Garden waste service update

The garden waste collection service will resume from Monday (week commencing 27 April).

The Borough Council suspended its garden waste collection service on 23 March due to staff shortages arising from the coronavirus pandemic. Staff were diverted to ensure the refuse (black bin) and recycling (blue lidded bin) collections continued as normal throughout the pandemic.

However, this has been kept under constant review and staff levels are now in place to enable the service to be reintroduced. 

Residents can check their bin collection day online.

All subscriptions have been automatically extended by up to two months for customers to cover the one month period the service was suspended.

Anyone who wishes to subscribe to the 20-21 garden waste service who hasn’t already done is encouraged to go online or call 01455 238141 if they don’t have internet access to ensure their service continues beyond the extension period.  The cost of the service is £24 a year. Customers are asked to allow at least 10 working days for the 20-21 sticker to arrive before presenting the garden waste bin.

The council apologises for the inconvenience and thanks customers for their patience during these challenging times.

The full press release can be found here.

Hinckley & Bosworth Borough Council

15 April 2020Collection of garden waste suspension continues

Coronavirus: important service information from Hinckley & Bosworth Borough Council.

Due to the current situation, the collection of garden waste (your brown bin) is currently suspended.

26 March 2020Cadeby Church & Foodbank Update

As you are probably aware, all places of worship must now stay closed as a precaution against Coronavirus, and Cadeby Church is no exception.

We are sorry not to be able to open our doors to you but you are welcome to spend some quiet time alone, or with members of your household, in the church grounds, as long as you follow Government advice.

Please remember, if you see someone else there, do keep your distance, and be mindful of the fact that they may be visiting the grave of a loved one.

If you visit with your dog, please keep it on a lead and always pick up after them.  Poo bags can be disposed of in the church black bin, by the oil tank.

Thankfully, Cadeby Church will continue to be a collecting point for Hinckley Area Foodbank, as donations are badly needed at this time.

The donations box is now in the church porch and will be emptied regularly throughout the week by Claire, who will take all contributions to the Foodbank.  To make this easier, please put all donations into a carrier bag first.

With thanks for your continued support, and best wishes,

Claire Evans & Cadeby DCC

26 March 2020Awareness of Coronavirus Scams

Friends Against Scams aims to protect and prevent people from becoming victims of scams.

They have issued warnings of Coronavirus scams which you can see here.

24 March 2020Cadeby Parish Council: Coronavirus update

We are pleased to inform Cadeby residents that the Cadeby Parish Council (CPC) has now identified volunteers, and has implemented a Cadeby support network. This will enable us to look after each other if necessary during these unprecedented times.

Your contact in the first instance will be any member of the co-ordinating group:

NAME

CONTACT DETAILS

Janet Hicklin – Cadeby Churchwarden

Email: janet.hicklin@btopenworld.com

mobile:  07741487112

Sue Millward – Parish Clerk

Email: cadebyparishcouncil@gmail.com

Phone:  293676

Jonathan Lane -  CPC Chair

Email: cadebypcchair@gmail.com 

 

Your request for support will be treated with kindness and respect and will be carried out in total confidence.

You will be advised of the name/s of the volunteer/s who will provide proof of identity where required.  Please do not hesitate to make contact if you need help or support.

On the ‘keeping spirits up’ front we can share some new ideas:

For chats – We are busy testing an ‘open house’ digital chat room for all residents. The plan is to have a village chat at a specific time slot on a daily basis. To sign up to this facility, permission will be required to use your email address which may be visible to other users. We will advise you of lift-off.

Book Swap - We are preparing a list of books available that can be shared on loan. All the government guidelines for sharing such items will be strictly followed. We will advise on ordering procedures shortly.

Exercise – Some is advised daily.  We can still take ourselves and the dog for a walk, always remaining 6ft away from others. Spring cleaning in the home & garden is also good exercise.

Parish Councillors urge you all to keep up to date with and to practise the Government guidelines; to stay safe and to continue in the knowledge that we are all looking out for each other.

Please keep your Cadeby support network contact details in a safe place.


Cadeby Parish Council

24th March 2020

 

24 March 2020Garden waste collections suspended

The Borough Council has suspended its garden waste collection service for at least two weeks.

There will be no garden waste (brown lidded bin) collections from Monday 23 March for at least two weeks as a result of severe staff shortages resulting from the coronavirus pandemic.

Refuse (black bin) and recycling (blue lidded bin) collections will continue as normal and are unaffected by this change.

Hinckley & Bosworth Borough Council Director for Environmental Planning, Matt Bowers said: "These are unprecedented circumstances that have forced us to make this difficult decision in order to divert our resources to the more critical refuse and recycling collection service. We appreciate the inconvenience this will create for our residents and hope they understand these are exceptional circumstances which are beyond the council's control. We will keep this under continual review with the aim of restoring the service as soon as possible.

"We apologise for this inconvenience. In the meantime, we would encourage customers to manage their garden waste at home such as by home composting if they can."

Leader of the Council, Cllr Stuart Bray said "I can confirm that people will not be out of pocket. If this situation lasts more than a couple of weeks it is my intention to extend the current charging period to ensure people get at least 12 months they have paid for."

Customers are asked to bear with us at this difficult time.

For the most up to date information about any changes to council services look out for information in local media, follow the council on social media or sign up for free email updates at https://www.hinckley-bosworth.gov.uk/emailupdates

 

17 March 2020Cadeby Parish Council: Coronavirus bulletin

Following the Government’s decision to move to the level of mitigation and suppression of the Coronavirus, Cadeby Parish Councillors advise as follows:

  • the Defibrillator training planned for Friday 27th March 2020 is now cancelled.
  • Councillors will hold a meeting Wednesday 18th March to consider the implications for Cadeby residents and to implement & co-ordinate a Cadeby volunteer support network.
  • Market Bosworth Surgery has advised that patients are not allowed into the waiting rooms and that contact must be by phone
  • Repeat prescriptions can be posted online or into a black box at the top of the ramp at Back Lane surgery
  • GPs will hold a meeting today 17th and advise on the collection of medication from the surgery pharmacy. We will keep you updated
  • The Trustees have decided to close the village hall until further notice
  • The village litter pick will be postponed until September 2020

The Parish Councillors urge you all to practise the Government guidelines for the mitigation and suppression of the spread of the Coronavirus especially those of us in the vulnerable groups, this includes those with underlying health conditions; the over 70’s and pregnant women.  It is equally important to keep our spirits up.

To that end:

  • We can still currently take ourselves and our dogs for a walk providing we vigilantly practise social distancing
  • We can feel safe in the knowledge that we will all be looking out for each other
  • It is perfect timing for a Spring clean plan at home and in the garden
  • To pass the time, we all have a draw or a cupboard or two that needs a de-clutter

The Parish Council will keep you informed.  If you have any queries, are able to join the Cadeby volunteer support group,  have ideas to share then please contact cadebyparishcouncil@gmail.com

 

Cadeby Parish Council
17th March 2020

 

UK government response

06 March 2020Courier Fraud Warning

Please be aware of fraudsters targeting elderly and vulnerable victims.

What is it?
Courier Fraud occurs when a fraudster contacts victims by telephone claiming to be a police officer, bank official or work for the government including HMRC. The caller sounds plausible and may confirm the victim's name and address, basic information which can be obtained easily.

There are a couple of different ways in which people are then defrauded.

In some instances, after trust has been gained, the fraudster will claim money has been withdrawn from the victim's account by staff within the bank. They persuade them to go to their local branch to take out a large sum of money from their account. The fraudsters then send someone to collect the money from the victim's home address “as evidence”.

In other cases, we are aware that the victim is encouraged to “transfer money to a ‘Safe Account’ ” – Banks nor Police will EVER ask you to do this and the phrase SAFE ACCOUNT is a sure fire confirmation this is a fraud!
And finally, sometimes the victim will be allegedly contacted by a Police Officer regarding suspicious transactions on their account and advised that we need to send an unmarked car to collect their banks cards personal information to help the investigation.

Police nor banks will ever contact people in this way. If you get a call like this HANG UP. If you need to contact your bank to check, wait a couple of minutes before dialling out, or use a different line altogether.

We are asking people to remain vigilant. Please would you pledge to #Tell2 elderly neighbours or relatives who may not have access our community alerts and advise them of this advice – please don’t assume everyone knows, we sadly are dealing with a number of victims who have lost thousands. Help us to protect others.

Further advice about the scam can be found on the Action Fraud website - https://www.actionfraud.police.uk/a-z-of-fraud/courier-fraud

Did you know you can report crime and incidents using our online portal. Please visit https://www.leics.police.uk/ Click on “REPORT”.
In an emergency dial 999

Please do not report crime or Incidents via 'Neighbourhood Link' as the messages are not always monitored.

Rebecca Spilane, Fraud Vulnerability Officer Economic Crime Unit Leicestershire Police

Courier Fraud Poster

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