Coronavirus – Emergency Measures for Allotment Holders

Covid 19 Emergency Measures

Following the instructions around movement and gatherings from the Prime Minister on 23 March 2020, we are consulting with central government but as we understand the situation at the moment it is still permitted to visit your plot, to take daily exercise on their own or with members of your household. It is vitally important that you follow all the advice about social distancing and hygiene in the points below and not gather together on site.

Any plot-holder who is self isolating because a household member is ill with corona-virus should not be visiting the site.

Associations should display an advice notice on their boards. It is important that anyone attending the allotment takes care to stay the appropriate distance from others, avoid body contact and wash hands at taps, do not wash hands or use detergents in the water tanks and please pay attention to notice boards.

It is essential that no un-authorised people are allowed onto the plots for the duration of this emergency, if you do wish to bring someone to assist with work on the plot, please ensure that that this is notified either to Secretary or Site Manager.  Careful consideration should be given to introducing anyone over 70, those with underlying illness or pregnant women.

We are living through a crisis, the likes of which none of us has experienced before, not since war time has the community spirit that exists on allotment sites been more important.  Please remember to look out for one another during these very difficult times.

Members should take the following precautionary measures :

  • Keep hand sanitiser in your shed and wash your hands regularly
  • Use hand sanitiser before opening and closing any gate locks
  • DO NOT gather together for a chat even if you are 2 metres apart.
  • Observe “Social Distancing” with each other 2-3 metres
  • If you take your children to the plot, ensure that they stay within its confines and do not run around on communal paths and spaces.
  • Do not share tools
  • Minimise the contact with each other for example no handshakes
  • Do not wash your hands in water troughs

Winslow Farmers Market Cancelled Indefinitely

Winslow Farmers Market cancelled indefinitely

We regret that the monthly Winslow Farmers Market has been cancelled indefinitely because of the difficulty of  managing  the number of stalls and  meeting Government guidelines.

We look forward to welcoming you back to the market again when the current crisis is over.

 

Coronavirus – Closure of Office

CORONAVIRUS

We regret that in these difficult times we will not be opening the office to the public although all functions will continue to operate as normally as possible.

However, you can contact us by leaving a message on the answerphone, by email or a note through the letter box.

Telephone  01296 712448

Email   clerk@winslowtowncouncil.gov.uk             

 

ROAD CLOSURE – A413 Aylesbury

NAME AND NUMBER OF HIGHWAY AFFECTED A413 Buckingham Road , Aylesbury

TYPE OF TEMPORARY TRAFFIC RESTRICTION REQUIRED –  Road Closure

PERIOD FOR WHICH ORDER IS SOUGHT –

Works will take place between 09:30-15:00 – 10th March 2020 – 13th March 2020

 ALTERNATIVE ROUTE FOR AFFECTED USERS Closure: A413 Buckingham Road Affected Streets: Buckingham Road, High Street, Hurdlesgrove Hill, Winslow Road, Aylesbury Road, Sheep Street, London Road, Buckingham Ring Road, Tingewick Road, Tingewick Bypass, Part Of A4221 Bicester Road, Field Street, Queens Avenue, St Johns Street, Kings End, Oxford Road, Part Of A41 Through Bicester, Aylesbury Road A41, Blackthorn Hill, Bicester Road, Haydon Road, Weedon Road and vice versa

Will the Emergency Services have access through the closure Yes

Will Buses have access through the closure No

REASON FOR ORDER Retexturing Works

 

WHO WILL SUPPLY SIGNING SCHEDULE AND ARRANGE SIGNING OR ROUTE ETC? TfB

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