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Public realm: Have your say on the plans of the works proposed for Egremont

Public realm:

Have your say

on the plans

of the works 

proposed for Egremont

The public realm consultation is now underway with display boards in each town and all the information on our website. Attached are electronic copies of the display boards and the survey.

You are welcome to put the designs on your website if you wish and show a link to the survey which can be accessed either through the CBC website or by www.surveymonkey.co.uk/5T6FBQ2I . I have left paper copies of the questionnaire with all the boards, but please let me know if you need more at any point.

The survey will remain on-line until 30th September 2018.

The boards are on display at:
Market Hall, Whitehaven
Marion’s Pet Shop, Egremont
Cleator Moor Town Council
Council Offices, Millom

Drop-in sessions where members of CBC staff will be available to discuss the plans will be held:
Saturday 15th September (10am – 3pm) Whitehaven Market
Monday 17th September (2pm – 6pm) – Cleator Moor Town Council / outside on the square if fair weather
Wednesday 19th September (2-6pm) – Millom Square
Friday 21st September (9am – 1pm) – Egremont Farmer’s Market, Market Hall

 

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Egremont recruiting agency NRL make a donation for Egremont in bloom

Egremont recruiting agency

NRL make a donation

for Egremont in bloom

NRL were very impressed with the floral provision and the work carried out in Egremont town for this year’s Cumbria in Bloom competition that they agreed to make a donation towards next year’s competition.

  James Banton from NRL presenting the cheque to the Town Council Chairperson Neil Ferguson at the recent Town Council meeting.

Cllr Neil Ferguson thanked the agency for their generosity adding that the donation will help with next years entry into the Cumbria in bloom and is testament to the hard work and dedication of the council employees. Also that the council will make its best efforts to make next years entry even better.

Volunteer wanted to run the Volunteer car scheme- it could be you!

Volunteer wanted

to run the Volunteer car scheme

Unfortunately the volunteer car scheme is no longer operational in Whitehaven, Egremont and Cleator Moor area at the moment. A volunteer is needed to come forward and co-ordinator to be found – if you know of anyone or if you are interested, the number to ring for more information is Katy on 07788 396194

 

What do you think of policing in west Cumbria, in particular Copeland? Complete this quick survey to offer your opinion and ideas of better future policing

What do you think of policing in west Cumbria,

in particular Copeland?

Complete this quick survey

to offer your opinion and ideas

of better future policing

 

The Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner (OPCC), and Cumbria Constabulary have launched their joint annual public consultation survey. This gives people across the county the opportunity to let us know what is important to them and to help us improve the services we provide.

We would be really grateful if you could spend 15 minutes completing this year’s consultation survey. This will tell us:
· How safe you feel.
· Your views on local policing.
· How confident you are in Cumbria Constabulary.
· What you think the main policing priorities for the County are.
· What you think the main policing issues in your neighbourhood are.
· Whether antisocial driving takes place in your local neighbourhood.
· How you would like to engage with Cumbria Constabulary.
· If you have contacted the Constabulary in the past 12 months, how satisfied you were with the service you received.
· What you know about the Police and Crime Commissioner.

Your response will support us in shaping our future policing priorities, as well as help us to determine where we need to improve, and how we can do this.

If you are able to help, please click here and follow the attached link to access the survey via our website which is available until 30th September 2018.

Completing the survey will not require you to provide personal information which would enable you to be identified and therefore your response will be completely anonymous.

If you have any queries about this survey, please telephone 101, option 2, followed by extension number 48629 / 48814. Alternatively you can email consultation@cumbria.police.uk.

We want to reach as many people as possible, and to help us do this we would be really grateful if you could encourage others to complete this survey online via the Constabulary’s website (www.cumbria.police.uk).

If you would like to share your views with us going forward, why not become a member of Cumbria Constabulary’s Citizen’s Panel? To find out more please click here.

Thank you for your help.

Andy Burgess
Strategic Development Manager

Moor row traffic calming meeting- 1800hrs Wednesday 22nd August, Moor row working mens club

Moor row traffic calming meeting

1800hrs Wednesday 22nd August

Moor row working men’s club

  Next Wednesday will be a meeting about the Cumbria county council’s traffic calming plans for Moor row.

For quite some time there has been serious concerns about the amount of traffic that passes through Moor row village and a large number of accidents and fatalities on the A595 at the Scagill road entrance.

The meeting will be Chaired by Cumbria county councillor Chris Whiteside who with the help of several County council officers will give details of the plans to alleviate these issues. Also present will be Copeland and town councillors.

Please come a long and find out what will be happening and to pass on your opinions or concerns.

The meeting takes place at 6pm in the Moor row working men’s club on Wednesday August 22nd.

Cumbria in bloom school entries 2018

Cumbria in bloom

school entries

2018

 

On Thursday 12th July Egremont town council chair person Neil Ferguson and Vice chair Sam Pollen attended the Cumbria in bloom school awards.

 The awards were presented by Alan Heath, former Cumbria in bloom chair person and now judge. Attending the meeting were children from Westlakes academy and other pupils from all over west Cumbria.

The school pupils have worked tirelessly for a year pruning, trimming, digging and planting. Learning new and exciting things about gardening and horticulture.

Mr Heath gave details of each school’s entries and presented photos of their hard endeavours. Cllr Ferguson gave brief speech then presented each school with an achievement award.

In September the winners of the annual Cumbria in bloom awards with be announced and presented at the ceremony which this year take place in Ulverston.