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General Notices

 

CRICH PARISH COUNCIL

GLEBE FIELD CENTRE
CRICH
MATLOCK
DE45EU
01773853928
crichparishcouncil@btconnect.com

ANNUAL PARISH MEETING 2017

The 2017 meeting of Crich Parish will be held at 7.00pm on
Monday 3rd April in the Glebe Field Centre.

(Please note that this meeting will be followed by the normal monthly meeting of the Parish Council).

AGENDA

  • Minutes of the 2016 Annual Parish Meeting
  • Chair's report
  • Borough Councillors Report
  • Parish Council Financial Summary 2016-17 (pre-audit report).
  • Any Other Business (An opportunity for electors in the Parish to raise parish matters).

PRESS and PUBLIC WELCOME

Clerk: Clive Ludlam
1st. March 2017


 

CRICH PARISH COUNCIL

GLEBE FIELD CENTRE
CRICH
MATLOCK
DE45EU
01773 853928
crichparishcouncil@btconnect.com

Volunteer(s) Required

The Parish Council wishes to appoint a 

SNOW WARDEN

To help the local community cope with winter conditions around Crich Market Place. Duties include:

  • Receiving and acting on severe weather alerts from Derbyshire County Council
  • Clearing snow from pavements
  • Spreading grit on pavements
  • Ensuring that the dedicated grit bin on the Market Place is refilled as necessary

Training will be given by DCC as part of the county-wide “Snow Warden” scheme and basic equipment will be provided.

If you are interested in this opportunity please contact the Parish Clerk.

Clerk: Clive Ludlam

 

Burial Ground Regulations

  • NO PERMANENT MOUNDS ON GRAVES ARE ALLOWED
  • THE ERECTION OF SIDE STONES, FOOT STONES, RAILINGS OR ENCLOSURES IS NOT PERMITTED
  • THE PLANTING OF SHRUBS WITHOUT THE PERMISSION OF THE PARISH COUNCIL IS NOT ALLOWED AND THE SHRUBS WILL BE REMOVED
  • GLASS GLOBES, ORNAMENTS, GLASS BOTTLES, JARS and JUGS WILL NOT BE ALLOWED; MUSICAL ARTEFACTS ARE PROHIBITED
  • ARTIFICIAL SILK FLOWERS OR ARTIFICIAL FLOWERS OF SIMILAR QUALITY ARE ACCEPTABLE BUT MUST BE CONFINED TO THE HEADSTONE BASE; THE PARISH COUNCIL ACCEPTS NO RESPONSIBILITY FOR FLOWERS OR WREATHS. ANY ITEMS DEEMED TO BE UNSUITABLE WILL BE REMOVED
  • THE COUNCIL HAS THE RIGHT TO REMOVE OR HAVE REMOVED ANY TREES, FLOWERS SHRUBS OR CONTAINERS IF THEY DEEM NECESSARY FOR ANY REASON.
  • THE PARISH COUNCIL WILL REMOVE ANY CHRISTMAS WREATHS REMAINING AFTER THE FIRST WEEK IN MARCH.
  • ANY REMAINING FLORAL TRIBUTES WILL BE REMOVED 28 DAYS AFTER THE INTERMENT.
  • THE PARISH COUNCIL HAS THE RIGHT TO REMOVE ANY DEAD FLOWERS.

The Parish Council appreciates that families and friends of the deceased wish to show their love and respect in a variety of ways. These regulations are imposed to maintain the safety and dignity of the Burial Ground and to enable us to maintain the area in a neat and tidy condition.
Anyone wishing to discuss these regulations should contact the Parish Clerk

Dog Fouling

Dog owners who allow their dogs to foul in public places and who do not clean up the mess may be reported ANONYMOUSLY by logging on to the Amber Valley Borough Councilwebsite (01773 570222). Please record any information which will help to identify the culprits.
Please help keep our parish clean from the nuisance of dog fouling.
Dog mess can be put in ordinary litter bins provided it is in a plastic bag!

Un-taxed vehicles

Such vehicles may be reported ANONYMOUSLY by contacting our local Police Community Support Officer (Christopher Bannister) Christopher.bannister.3481@derbyshire.pnn.police.uk or by visiting the DVLA website and following the links.

Emergency help

Emergency help for the elderly and infirm (eg getting prescriptions) anyone with this type of need should contact DCC on the "Call Derbyshire" number 08456058058 or 01629580000 and ask for the EMERGENCY RESPONSE TEAM

or contact Nick Elliot

tel: 01629538361

email: nick.elliot@derbyshire.gov.uk

Grit bins in the Crich Parish area

The following information is intended to help residents ensure that the bins are filled when this becomes necessary. All grit bins are labelled according to their ownership - Crich Parish Council, Amber Valley Borough Council or Derbyshire County Council. Please report any problems to the appropriate authority

Please note that:
The gritting of highways is the responsibility of Derbyshire County Council.
The grit in the bins is for use on public roads and paths only.
The theft of grit is an offence which should be reported to the police at the time.