During the current COVID crisis the Government, supported by the National Association of Local Councils (NALC), are urging all councils to refrain from meeting physically for the immediate future and to use virtual means.
Bradpole Council are holding meetings using the ZOOM platform to allow the participation of members of the press and public to be “attend”.
The next meeting of the Council is scheduled for Monday 7th December 2020. The AGENDA, together with time and joining instructions will be published on this website a few days ahead of the meeting.
YOUR COUNCIL DURING COVID
Bradpole Parish Council meetings are affected by current guidelines but we shall ensure that the important work of the council continues, where possible, without serious disruption.
The Government has announced that the Dorset Council area will exit out of national restrictions (lockdown) into Tier 2 (High Alert) on Wednesday 2 December. The main restrictions under Tier 2 are:
- no mixing of households indoors, apart from support bubbles
- pubs and bars must remain closed, unless operating as restaurants
We understand that the Government will review this tiering on 16 December.
COVID-19_Tier 2 HIGH ALERT
NOTE: The weekly Thursday morning surgery has been suspended until further notice.
See our Parish Council COVID-19 page for further information.
PLEASE FOLLOW CURRENT GOVERNMENT GUIDELINES WHILST USING THE PARISH COUNCIL OWNED GREEN SPACES AND ALL OTHER AREAS.
Any Group wishing to use the Parish Recreation areas should contact the Parish Clerk for COVID-19 conditions and availability.
Pageants Play Area COVID-19 Risk Assessment June 2020
BRIDPORT AREA COMMUNITY SUPPORT
A single phone number – 01308 808900 – provides access to advice and practical help provided by a host of local organisations from across the Bridport area, supported by around 170 volunteers.
Comprehensive information is available at: https://www.bridport-tc.gov.uk/coronavirus/
Bradpole Parish Council has made a financial contribution to this initiative.
Opportunities exist to become a Bradpole Parish Councillor.
If you are interested in what goes on in your community and wish to have a say, on behalf of parish residents, on matters of Council Tax, planning, public spaces, the environment, local services & more, please consider becoming a councillor.
Bradpole Council depends on local people taking an interest in what happens in its community.
Please note that meetings may be held virtually.
Download an information sheet
You may find out more on our About Your Parish Council page
Interested? Email the Parish Clerk or Tel 01308 422140