NOTICE OF VACANCY

IN OFFICE OF A COUNCILLOR

PARISH OF WALL

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN

Pursuant to section 87(2) of the Local Government Act 1972,
that Robert Elliott formerly a Member of the above named
Parish Council, has ceased to be a Member of the Parish
Council, and that a vacancy now exists in the office of
Councillor for the Parish.
If, within 14 days after the date of this notice (i.e. no later
than 19th April 2022), a request for an election to fill the
vacancy is made to The Returning Officer, Elections Office,
Northumberland County Council, County Hall, Morpeth,
NE61 2EF by TEN electors for the Parish (Ward), an election
will be held to fill the vacancy, otherwise the vacancy will be
filled by co-option.

Dated: 28th March 2022
Name of Parish Clerk: Brian Alger
Clerk to Wall Parish Council


Dear neighbours,

 

Within the Parish council, we are very aware of the ongoing fight to end climate change and would like to do our bit. We have discussed a number of projects that we could undertake within the village to try and play our part. Would you be willing to participate in the following survey so that we can gauge the interest and which projects to prioritise?

This survey can also be found on the parish council website https://www.wall-pc.gov.uk

 

Please post your responses back through to Greenhead House (on the green), email elisa.anastasi15@gmail.com, or send to Elisa Wyrley-Birch on Facebook.

 

Thanks for those who have taken the time to answer,

The Wall PC

 

1.     Would you make use of a communal compost heap (for raw fruit and veg only)

Yes ___           No ___

 

2.     Would you make use of rainwater run off from village buildings (the church and/or the village hall)

Yes ___           No ___

 

3.     Would you be interested in talks on how to make your home more energy efficient and how to cut down your carbon footprint?

Yes ___           No ___

 

4.     Would you be interested in a refill station visiting the village every two months to avoid plastic waste? (Bring your own jars and bottles to fill with cleaning products/dry food)

Yes ___           No ___

 

5.     Would you be interested in learning more about ways to cut down your carbon footprint?

Yes ___           No ___

 

wpc climate change survey.pdf

Wall Village Green Camping

If you wish to camp on the back green please contact the Clerk via email for permission. (via contact on website)

No vehicles, open fires or bbqs are allowed on the green which could damage the grass.

Plesase remove all litter.




 

Covid-19 Vaccination Programme

Healthwatch Northumberland have asked that the information available at the link below is circulated. Northumberland's Director of Public Health has also asked us to emphasis that GPs will make contact with patients when they are able to offer a vaccination.

https://mcusercontent.com/5060a2022e1081d67bbdd9b3a/files/880b9616-004d-4ed3-a232-5ee035526c37/Healthwatch_Covid_Jan_2021.pdf




Village Defibrilator

The Defibrilator has been moved from the Village Hall to the now redundant phone box adjacent to the bus shelter on Front Street.




Citizens Advice Northumberland is a registered charity which helps people resolve their legal, money and other problems by providing information and advice and by campaigning for change.  

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Healthwatch Northumberland is the independent champion for people in Northumberland who use health and social care services. As a statutory function (there’s a Healthwatch in each council area of England), we listen to your experiences of GPs, hospitals, dentists, mental health services, care homes and home care - any care service you may have used - and influence change and improvements in these services. We also offer a signposting service where we can help find you a new dental practice or GP for example, help you make complaints, register a concern or give praise, and we can put you in touch with local support groups and services. Our website has a range of health advice and information, the latest on local health issues and lists local events and ways of getting your voice heard by care providers and commissioners. 

Visit our website: www.healthwatchnorthumberland.co.uk or call: 03332 408468.


Northumberland County Council

Highway, Street Lighting and Cleaning, Bin Collections, School Transport, Rights of Way, Children’s Services, Home Care, Housing Benefit, Council Tax, Planning.

Tel; 01434 400388 or 0345 600 6400

Web Site   www.northumberland.gov.uk


Northumbria Police

Please use this link for details of how to contact Northumbria Police and useful information regarding incident reporting.

https://www.northumbria.police.uk/contact_us/ 


The Green Dog Walkers Responsible Dog Ownership Campaign

On the 3rd July 2017 the Council will be launching a new Campaign to promote

responsible dog ownership in Northumberland. At the core of the campaign is the

Green Dog Walker Initiative that encourages both local environmental groups and

motivated individuals to sign up to the Green Dog Walker pledge.

Please follow this link for more information http://www.northumberland.gov.uk/Protection/Animal...

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Carers Northumberland

You may look after a husband, wife, partner, child, parent, another relative or a neighbour or friend. You probably don’t stop to think about yourself while you're so busy every day.

You are not alone. There are an estimated 35,500 carers living in Northumberland.

Carers Northumberland is a charity dedicated to improving the lives of carers by responding to the needs of carers, informing carers of their rights and entitlements, supporting carers to access help for the person they care for, reducing the social isolation that so many carers feel and empowering carers to have a voice.

Please follow this link for more information  http://www.carersnorthumberland.org.uk/