Tel: 01245 225111. Email: parish.council@danbury-essex.gov.uk

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07
August
2020

Councillor Vacancies

Join the Council - make a difference

Danbury Parish Council has vacancies for the co-option of residents who would like to join the council and make a difference.  Please click on the document to find out more about becoming a Councillor and the work of the Council.

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06
July
2020

Annual Unaudited Accounts and Notification of Public Rights - 2019/20

Please see the attached document for further details.

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06
July
2020

Footpath Volunteers Needed

Volunteers Needed - Footpath Scheme

Please see the attached document for further details.

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30
July
2020

Bradwell B Nuclear Power Station Stage One Consultation Response

Bradwell B Nuclear Power Station Stage One Consultation Response

Bradwell B Consultation:  Thank you to all those who sent their comments to the Parish Council.  The parish Council have submitted their response. Please click on the document to read it.

If you require an accessible document, please contact the Clerk on tel: 01245 225111 or email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

 

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10
May
2019

Highways Closures

Notifications of highways closures.

Notifications of the following road closures under the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 - section 14(1) have been received:

 

 

ROAD TRAFFIC REGULATION ACT 1984 - SECTION 14(1)

Temporary Traffic Regulation Order of Belvedere Road, West Belvedere, Belvedere Close, Danbury 

Please click on the following link https://one.network/?tm=117977491 to find details of the intended closure of Belvedere Road, West Belvedere, Belvedere Close, due to commence on 11th August 2020 for 11 days. The closure is required for the safety of the public and workforce while Essex County Council undertakes Fine Milling.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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30
March
2020

Essex Fraud Alert

Essex Fraud Alert - Coronavirus phishing scams

An update from Essex Fraud Alert:

OFFICAL UPDATE RE. GOV.UK TEXT MESSAGES

Following the alert sent out this morning, please see the official government response to messages such as the one shown below:

“The Government has only sent one text message to the public regarding new rules about staying at home to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Any others claiming to be from UK Government are false.

Criminals are able to use spoofing technology to send texts and emails impersonating organisations that you know and trust. We would remind anyone who receives an unexpected text or email asking for personal or financial details not click on the links or attachments, and don’t respond to any messages that ask for your personal or financial details.”

If you receive any such messages, report them to Action Fraud - www.actionfraud.police.uk/report-phishing

If you or someone you know is vulnerable has been a victim of fraud, please call Essex Police on 101.

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25
March
2020

Self Isolation Well Being Pack

Practical ideas to help during self isolation

This Psychology Wellbeing Pack is full of practical ways to support your wellbeing and mental health at this difficult time.  

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27
March
2020

Chelmsford City Council Coronavirus Taskforce

Chelmsford City Council Coronavirus Taskforce

Coronavirus: Chelmsford Council taskforce to coordinate support for vulnerable

Chelmsford City Council is backing volunteers who want to help the city’s vulnerable residents in the current crisis. The Council has set up a taskforce to ensure strong links between council services, the voluntary sector, and the wider community.

The City Council has appointed Councillor Natacha Dudley as Community Engagement Champion, to lead a Volunteering and Community Engagement Taskforce. This new taskforce consists of six Councillors from across the parties. Its main aim is to support the district’s fantastic volunteers to tackle social isolation of the vulnerable and delivering shopping and medicines to residents.

Leader of Chelmsford City Council, Councillor Stephen Robinson, said, “Hundreds of amazing people across Chelmsford are already volunteering. We want to help plug any gaps in the networks - encouraging more people to volunteer and help identify people who need help but have been missed so far. We encourage these volunteers to link up with the NHS or local charities to help them stay safe too.

“The Council is reorganising its normal services to tackle the worst public health crisis in a century. We also want to support and encourage volunteers so they can protect the most vulnerable in our community through this crisis. We are working closely with the Chelmsford Centre Supporting Voluntary Action (CSVA) (https://chelmsfordcvs.org.uk/).”

Donate to Chelmsford Voluntary Service for distribution The City Council is urging volunteers to support by donating food and essential supplies to donating sites, such as the local Food Bank (locations found at https://chelmsford.foodbank.org.uk/), which is acting as a drop off point on behalf of the Chelmsford Centre Supporting Voluntary Action (CSVA). The CSVA will then pass the donations on to charities and groups who are equipped to distribute food to a wide range of people. These include Age UK, Age Concern, Community Transport, Barnardo’s, the Social Care Team at Mid E and those identified by Social Prescribers.   Encourage neighbourly help and assistance for vulnerable people Essex County Council’s Public Health Team has created an ‘Essex Coronavirus Action’ page, with the aim of signing up volunteers and businesses ready to support those in need. It offers a service to assist vulnerable members of the local community who may need help if they are self-isolating by putting them or their carers/families in touch with individuals or agencies who can assist, advising against risk and misinformation.

Any resident or business wishing to volunteer in their local area, can do so by registering through the links below. Details will be passed directly to the group or groups that are operating near to you. The key aim is to rapidly build a large database of volunteers to support those in Essex who need the support of their wider community.

Individuals - http://bit.ly/ecaformvolunteers Businesses - http://bit.ly/ecaformbusinesses

Become a British Red Cross Community Reserve Volunteer Chelmsford City Council is asking people to make themselves known to the British Red Cross to be a Community Reserve Volunteer, to be deployed at times of crisis to help local communities. Details of how to get involved with this can be found at https://reserves.redcross.org.uk/. Volunteers are encouraged to refer individuals they may identify as needing greater support to this service.

Speaking on behalf of the taskforce, Cllr Natacha Dudley, said, “We are grateful to everyone who has already volunteered their time and resources. We are working with partners and the established voluntary and community sector in Chelmsford to encourage everyone to work together – and ensure that residents who want to help have a place to go to offer their support.

She added, “We need to put in place systems to manage volunteering that will be sustainable over many months and will put the safety of vulnerable residents first. We also recognise our role in communicating what is happening here in Chelmsford as we work together to support our community through this challenging time.”

It is important that all volunteers and groups follow national guidance (www.gov.uk/government/collections/coronavirus-covid-19-list-of-guidance) so that they can volunteer safely and reduce the risk of inadvertently spreading the virus.

For all the latest updates and news from Chelmsford City Council, follow @ChelmsCouncil on Facebook and Twitter or join the mailing lists at www.chelmsford.gov.uk/mailinglist. You can also check for updates on particular services at www.chelmsford.gov.uk/coronavirus.

11
February
2020

Army and Navy Flyover Works

Updated 30/03/2020: Army and Navy flyover works

 

For those still having to travel into Chelmsford, information has been received from Essex County Council regarding the Army and Navy Roundabout and forthcoming traffic management restrictions.

Monday 30th March - 17th April 2020: Overnight temporary lane restrictions are expected between 7.30pm and 6.30am.

Tuesday 7th April 2020: Essex Yeomanry Way closed to outbound traffic (i.e. eastward away from the roundabout/city centre) between 12.30am and 5am.

Thursday 16th April and Friday 17th April 2020 - Parkway closed for two nights to inbound traffic (west towards the city centre) between 12.30am and 5am. A separate diversion will be in place during this temporary road closure to access the Travelodge.

These arrangements are subject to change at short notice. Please check onsite signage and traffic management in place.

Essex Highways apologise for any inconvenience caused.

Please see the Army and Navy Flyover webpage for updates and information about the removal works, including information about passenger transport services.

https://www.essexhighways.org/highway-schemes-and-developments/highway-schemes/a1060-a1114-army-and-navy-flyover-chelmsford.aspx

 

30
January
2020

Grant Awards

Grant Award Policy Update

DANBURY PARISH COUNCIL – GRANT AWARDS

 

The Parish Council have amended the Grant Awarding Policy and the Grant Committee will meet in July, November and March of each year to review applications and award grants

 

Full details can be found by following the link: https://www.danbury-essex.gov.uk/images/documents/Grant_Award_Policy_and_Application_Form.pdf

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13
January
2020

Love Essex Plastics Campaign

Say no to single use plastics

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06
January
2020

Just Can't Wait Toilet card

Universally recognised 'Just Can't Wait Toilet Card' from the Bladder and Bowel Community for those who have a medical condition resulting in the need to use the toilet quickly.

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03
January
2020

United in Kind

Be kind to somebody today.

United in Kind is a recently launched countywide initiative to tackle loneliness through kindness, creating connections in our community to overcome one of the biggest challenges we face.

We would be delighted to highlight and celebrate your acts of kindness and we encourage you to use the Danbury Village Community Facebook page or alternatively email Danbury Parish Council on www.danbury-essex.gov.uk or drop us a line at The Old School House, Main Road, Danbury, CM3 4NQ to share your acts of kindness and those kind gestures shown towards you.

Our local United in Kind Coach, Stella Scrivener, can be contacted on 07458 300902

We are United in Kind and kindness is our strength©

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24
December
2019

Cutting Down on Single Use Plastics

What can you do to cut down on single use plastics?

79% of the plastic waste ever created is still in our environment.

You can cut down by:

Carrying a reusable water bottle.

Using your own cup in cafes

Remember your reusable bags

Say no to straws

Carry your lunch in a reusable container

Shop locally 

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