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NEW: Sandiway Library to remain closed for the present

Sandiway Library to remain closed for the present

 

From 12 April, Northwich and Winsford libraries will reopen on reduced hours for browsing and public computer access. An Order and Collect service will also be available from both Libraries. It would appear that Sandiway Library will remain closed for the present.

The Council’s Head of Communities, Culture and Libraries, Rachel Foster said: “Staff will be working hard to ensure everyone’s safety. Our ... libraries have tested processes in place to ensure that all spaces are cleaned on a regular basis and visitors adhere to social distancing guidelines. “We look forward to welcoming visitors back. Look out in the press and ... online in the coming months with West Cheshire Libraries.”

For further information and details of library opening hours visit www.cheshirewestandchester.gov.uk/libraries.

Some Library services are available 24/7 online, including the new BorrowBox service. Any library member can download the new BorrowBox app to their digital devices and access thousands of eBooks and eAudiobooks free of charge at any time of the day or night.

Reservations will resume on 12 April and loan periods will be extended until 17 May. Libraries are also fine-free for under 13s now. Children aged 0 to 12 years will no longer be charged for any overdue items and any pre-existing late charges will be removed from their accounts. Check items on loan by logging in to your account.

NEW: 'Save Our Surgery' April Update (dates changed and new Survey!)

'Save Our Surgery' April Update (dates changed and new Survey!)

 

Save Our Surgery

Breaking News on the Consultation Process

Please note that the focus groups to be arranged by Danebridge Medical Practice will now be scheduled for Thursdays in April.

Date

Time

Topic

Thursday 1 April

1pm

General discussion, medication issues, repeat prescriptions and Disease modified Anti Rheumatology Drugs (DMARD)

Thursday 8 April

1pm

Sample drop off

Thursday 15 April

1pm

Appointment Booking for Sandiway and Cuddington residents

Thursday 22 April

1pm

Alternative model of care

If you have a particular issue which will be made more difficult by the closure of Sandiway surgery then please write to the Practice offering to take part in one of the Focus Groups listed above.
Contact details are: Amanda Skelding-Jones with email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

THE FOLLOWING IS URGENT:
PLEASE READ AND ACTION IF YOU WISH TO RETAIN THE SURGERY!!

  • On Tuesday 25th March Danebridge Medical Practice issued an email to those patients who have volunteered to take part in four Focus Groups. These are limited to 15 patients in each session
  • Danebridge have been instructed by the Clinical Commissioning Group (Cheshire CCG) to widen their consultation and have been asked (by the CCG) to put out a short survey. This survey asks some of the same questions as will be asked in the Focus Group discussions
  • Danebridge have only sent this to a very small group of patients (mostly those who will be in the Focus Groups)
  • The survey can be found at https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/ZK65TR5
  • The DECISION on the future of the surgery has NOT YET BEEN TAKEN and so you need to fill in the survey and make sure that you use the comments boxes to make your views known
  • Over 900 residents in Sandiway and Cuddington signed to support the Save Our Surgery campaign back in January of 2020

WE NEED YOU ALL TO COMPLETE THE SURVEY, PLEASE!

If you are a patient with Danebridge Medical Practice and want to contact the Action Group to show your support for the campaign to keep the surgery open, please email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Healthwatch Cheshire have been very actively following this campaign.  If you wish to make any comments about the impact of closing Sandiway on your health care you can email Jem Davies at Healthwatch: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

If you wish to voice your concerns directly to the Clinical Commissioning Group you can contact them at www.cheshireccg.nhs.uk/get-in-touch

NEW: Notice re use of playing fields

Notice re use of playing fields

 

Will users of the playing fields on Norley Road and Weaverham road please note the following:

If you wish to provide a regular service, on the playing fields, whether paid for or not, to other users e.g. fitness classes, personal training, sports coaching, sporting and other events etc, then you must register such activity with the Playing Fields Association (PFA) prior to carrying out such activity.

The PFA will, where deemed necessary, need to have copies of your method statements/risk assessments and potentially, public liability insurance details, before agreeing that such activity can proceed. This is to ensure that the requirements of the PFA’s own insurance are being adhered to. The PFA will be happy to offer further advice to any would be users about the type and detail of information required.

Please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for further information.

NEW: Scarecrows are 'GO' for May Day Bank Holiday

Scarecrows are 'GO' for May Day Bank Holiday

 

Please register your scarecrow at: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. by Monday April 26th, giving your address, family/group name and a contact number.

NEW: Governor Vacancy at Cuddington Primary School

Governor Vacancy at Cuddington Primary School

 

Since October 2019, a newly formed Local Academy Board of Governors has worked closely together to develop a team of volunteers who have continued to enhance the effectiveness of Cuddington Primary School. The skills of the Academy Board have proven to develop and secure positive outcomes in Safeguarding, Finance, Mental Health and Well-Being, Special Educational Needs and the Quality of Education.

We are looking to enhance our Board further by recruiting a governor who could oversee our Health and Safety practises, by working with our Site Maintenance Officer and Head Teacher. If you think you have the skills to support and advise in this role and would enjoy being part of ‘Team Cuddington,’ then please contact the school directly on 01606 288150 and ask to speak with Mrs Sue Mills (Head Teacher) for further details.

We look forward to hearing from you and thank you in anticipation for expressing an interest in helping our wonderful team of professionals, children and their families.