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Village Hall

VILLAGE HALL NOTICEBOARD

Address - Cuddington and Sandiway Village Hall, The Playing Field, Norley Road, Cuddington, CW8 2LB

Afternoon Tea - First Thursday in every month (except January), 2pm–4pm. £1.50. Come along for tea & cakes and chat (CANCELLED for the moment due to CoronaVirus threat)

Film Night - Normally operates on the second Wednesday of the month between September and April, starting at 7:30pm.  Admission has been £3.50, including refreshments after the show.  (Suspect there will be no return until the 2021-22 season.)
Film Night has been cancelled for the present due to the CoronaVirus pandemic.

250 Club winners - January's Draw:
     1st prize (£40) winner: member 70 of Hadrian Way, Sandiway
     2nd prize (£20) winner: member 97 of Windsor Close, Cuddington
250 Club winners - February's Draw:
     1st prize (£40) winner: member 240 of Forest Close, Cuddington
     2nd prize (£20) winner: member 251 of Forest Road, Cuddington
250 Club winners - March's Draw:
     1st prize (£40) winner: member number 61 of Hadrian Way, Sandiway
     2nd prize (£20) winner: member number 79 of Chester Road, Sandiway

Message from the management committee:
Our village is fortunate to have such an excellent village hall and playing fields. I'm not sure how many residents realise that both are run by a small team of volunteers. Indeed raising the funds for the hall, overseeing its design and construction, maintaining the fabric of the building and overseeing the operation of the hall was (and continues to be) the work of a small group of individual residents.
However we have to confess that a number of the original group are now in their 80's and are looking forward to being a little less involved. As a result we're now seeking additional volunteers to ensure that the village continues to have a vibrant and successful village hall. 
If you would like to know more please ring either Helen Webster on 01606-888931 or Val Godfrey on 07817-214002.

Click picture below to visit Village Hall website ( www.cuddingtonandsandiwayvillagehall.org.uk ) for enquiries, bookings, to join the 250 club or see the timetable of regular events (please contact organisers before attending)

Alternatively see Village Hall Noticeboard by the Car Park Entrance or ring 888366 or 888931.

 

Postal Collection Times

Type Village Location Times
Post Box Onston Onston Lane Collections: Mon-Fri 4:30pm  Sat 11:00am
Post Box Norley Bag Lane/Wood's Lane Collections: Mon-Fri 4:30pm, Sat 11:00am
Post Box Bryn A49 Collections: Mon-Fri 4:45pm Sat 10:00am
Post Box Gorstage Weaverham Road Collections: Mon-Fri 9:00am Sat 7:00am
Post Box Cuddington Cuddington Lane Collections: Mon-Fri 4:30pm Sat 10:30am
Post Box Delamere Pk near Residents Club Collections: Mon-Fri 4:30pm Sat 7:00am
Post Box Cuddington Waste Lane Collections: Mon-Fri 9:00am Sat 7:00am
Post Box Cuddington Glebe Road Collections: Mon-Fri 9:00am Sat 7:00am
Post Box Cuddington Park Crescent Collections: Mon-Fri 9:00am Sat 7:00am
Post Box Cuddington Norley Road Shops Collections: Mon-Fri 9:00am Sat 7:00am
Post Box Cuddington near Sandiway School Collections: Mon-Fri 9:00am Sat 7:00am
Post Box Sandiway near Round Tower Collections: Mon-Fri 9:00am Sat 7:00am
Post Box Sandiway A49/Ash Road Collections: Mon-Fri 9:00am Sat 7:00am
Post Box Sandiway Shops (Mere Lane) Collections: Mon-Fri 4:45pm Sat 7:00am
Post Office Sandiway Spar store Collections: Mon-Fri 3:00pm & 4:55pm
            Sat 12 noon    (beware queueing)
Post Box Sandiway/Hartford Littledales Lane (top) Collections: Mon-Fri 5:15pm Sat: 11:00am
Post Box Oakmere Hogshead Lane Collections: Mon-Fri 4:00pm  Sat 11:00am
       
Del'y Office Northwich Meadow Street Collections: Mon-Fri 6:30pm Sat: 12:30am

 

 

COVID-19 : local rules, information and infection metrics

From Monday 29 March, Lockdown restrictions are being eased slightly which means:

  • outdoor gatherings (including in private gardens) of either 6 people (the Rule of 6) or 2 households are also allowed, making it easier for friends and families to meet outside
  • outdoor sports facilities such as tennis and golf are allowed to reopen, and people are able to take part in formally organised outdoor sports
  • the ‘stay at home’ rule ends but many restrictions remain in place; people should continue to work from home where they can and minimise the number of journeys they make where possible, avoiding travel at the busiest times and routes
  • travel abroad continues to be prohibited, other than for a small number of permitted reasons; holidays abroad are not allowed, given it remains important to manage the risk of imported variants and protect the vaccination programme.

From Monday 12 April, we will move into Step 2 of Lockdown Exit which will mean:

  • opening of non-essential retail
  • opening of personal care premises such as hairdressers and nail salons
  • opening of public buildings, including some libraries and community centres
  • indoor leisure facilities such as gyms will also reopen (but only for use by people on their own or in household groups); as will most outdoor attractions and settings including outdoor hospitality venues, zoos, and theme parks
  • self-contained accommodation such as campsites and holiday lets, where indoor facilities are not shared with other households, can also reopen
  • hospitality venues will be allowed to serve people outdoors and there will be no need for customers to order a substantial meal with alcoholic drinks and no curfew, although customers must order, eat and drink while seated (‘table service’) - wider social contact rules will apply in all these settings to prevent indoor mixing between different households.

Positive test numbers:

'Sandiway' sub-region

Cheshire West & Chester

Map showing England and all its regions/suburbs

 

Links to other government information:

Roadmap out of lockdown - Spring 2021
     - a pictorial summary of these plans is shown below.

Covid-19 information from Cheshire West & Chester

Check if you are eligible for COVID-19 vaccine:

Residents who are eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine in Cheshire West and Chester are encouraged to book their appointment.  Everyone aged 50 and over in England can now book their coronavirus vaccination, following a recent announcement.

As the COVID-19 vaccination programme progresses in the borough, people from a number of priority groups are invited to come forward.  The groups currently being offered the COVID-19 vaccination in the borough include:

  • people aged 50 and over
  • people who are a main carer for someone at high risk
  • frontline health and social care workers
  • people who are clinically extremely vulnerable
  • people with a learning disability
  • people who have a condition that puts them at higher risk (clinically vulnerable)

Residents who are eligible can book an appointment at www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus-covid-19/coronavirus-vaccination where they can choose a time slot and location that suits them. People who are eligible, but without online access, can call 119 to book a vaccination between 7am and 11pm, seven days a week. Vaccination appointments can also be booked on behalf of people they care for if they are unable to do it themselves.

Cheshire West and Chester Media Releases:

(PRESS HERE for full list)

7 April: "Care homes in Cheshire West and Chester free from Covid outbreaks"

7 April: "Stay vigilant and get your second dose"

1 April: "Over half the total population in west Cheshire now vaccinated"

1 April: "New collection points for COVID-19 home testing kits"

1 April: "Chester Cathedral COVID- 19 Testing Centre set to open on Tuesday 6 April 2021"

1 April: "Webinar planned to inform the hair and beauty industry how to safely reopen"

31 March: "Council's libraries, museums and the Cheshire Record Office begin to reopen services from April"

29 March: "Cheshire West and Chester Council welcomes restrictions easing but advises caution"

23 March: "Clinically Extremely Vulnerable residents no longer required to shield after 31 March"

17 March: "Free NHS COVID-19 home testing kits available for personal assistants across Cheshire"

12 March: "All adults with a learning disability urged to get the COVID-19 vaccine"

12 March: "Health leaders launch drive to help Ethnic Communities feel safe about Covid-19 Vaccine"

12 March: "Free PPE for extra resident unpaid carers in Cheshire"

10 March: "New COVID-19 testing centre announced for Chester"

5 March: "No-symptoms testing programme expands to tackle COVID-19"

7 Feb: "COVID-19 mass vaccination site to open at Chester Racecourse"

18 Jan: "Testing centre in Winsford opens for people without symptoms of COVID-19"

 

A pictorial summary of the plan for exiting the current lockdown in England is as follows: