Welcome to Somersham Parish Council

Somersham Parish Council serving the village of Somersham in Cambridgeshire.

Please contact us if you have questions concerning the work of the Parish Council, if you have any concerns that you feel the Council should be aware of or where it can help or support you.

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SOMERSHAM PARISH COUNCIL OFFICE & FACILITIES

UPDATE - The majority of our facilities remain closed and will not be reopened until comprehensive risk assessments in relation to COVID-19, Government advice and the safety aspects of reopening for our users have been completed.

PLEASE observe the government's advice on social distancing if you visit any of our open spaces such as the Norwood Playing Field, the lake area and nature reserve.

 

Playground COVID-19 

Scientific advice suggests that the COVID-19 virus can survive for up to several days on some hard surfaces. The risks are reduced when outdoors, where surfaces may be subject to UV light and/or rain.

Whilst all possible practical measures have been put in place the user of this equipment does so at their own choice and risk.

• Under 14 years only

• 1 family member to accompany 1 child

• Please retain 2 m distance from other users e.g. pushing swings

• To enable as many children as possible to use the equipment please limit use to 15 minutes

• Please use a one-way system where possible

• Use of hand sanitiser gel or wipes is advised when using the equipment

• When using equipment do not touch face

• Consumption of food and drink within play areas is not permitted

• Please use bins provided or take litter home


 SUCCESS!

Somersham Parish Council is excited to announce that through County Councillor Steve Criswell, the Parish Clerk Penny Bryant with the assistance of the Deputy Clerk Megan Blewett, submitted a successful funding bid to the Communities and Partnerships Committee and were awarded £32,560.

This means the extra money allows the parish council enough funds to install a concrete skate ramp, a ‘Witches Hat’ piece of play equipment and free to use fresh air fitness gym equipment for the Norwood Play Field.

The installation of all the above items means we can cater for the majority of our community from the age of 4 years and upwards.

We will keep you updated with the progress of works during these restricted times but our aim is to have everything installed as soon as we practically are able.

Penny Bryant, Somersham Parish Clerk

 


 

Latest news

 

COVID- 19 (Coronavirus) Isolation help

Somersham Parish Council & Pidley-cum-Fenton Parish Council both support

Somersham and Pidley Timebank in conjunction with

Somersham Community Cares

to provide help and assistance to those in self-isolation due to the COVID-19 virus in our villages.

If you need essential shopping items or medication

collecting, any pet care, telephone chats or anything else please call 07443 619017 / 01487 841359.

You may need to leave a message, please speak clearly and state your name, phone number and what help you need. You will be called back, please be patient.

This is a volunteer service and is free of charge.

Any shopping or medicine will need to be paid for by the person requesting it (unless you get free prescriptions)

For more information download our flyer COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Isolation help flyer 

 

 

Update From Cambridgeshire Highways regarding on the Wheatsheaf Crossroads, Wood Hurst

 Wheatsheaf Crossroads, Woodhurst

Upcoming Parish Council Meetings

24 Aug 20 - 19:30

21 Sep 20 - 19:30

19 Oct 20 - 19:30

16 Nov 20 - 19:30