Notice board introduction here

Access Field Officer
11 April 2022

My name is Charlotte, and I am the Access Field Officer for the British Horse Society covering the North Region and North West Region.

We are undertaking work to record legal rights, and to preserve and reinstate routes. We are currently looking to recruit Historical Research Volunteers in Cumbria.

We are also looking for anyone interested in becoming an Access and Bridleways Officer to support out work in the area within your parish and surrounding area.

The attached role descriptions are for your information, the application process and more details can be found at Become A Volunteer | Support Us | British Horse Society (bhs.org.uk).

I would be very grateful if you could share my details with your parishioners who may be interested in our work and volunteering with us.

Westmorland and Furness Notice of Election
29 March 2022
Keep Britain Tidy
20 March 2022

Keep Britain Tidy runs from 25 March 2022 to 10 April 2022. 

If anyone is interested in taking part whether it be as an individual or organising a group please note that SLDC can provide you with litter pickers, blue sacks bags, High Vis jackets. If you need any of the above then please contact:

Christine

Parish Clerk 

Tel: 01229 889319  

email:  info@duddonparishcouncil.org.uk

Sheep Worring
22 February 2022
Resilience Project Officer
17 February 2022
Senior Community Friendship Club
25 January 2022

Dear Friends,

Happy New Year to all our friends in the Senior Community Friendship Club. We hope you had a festive Christmas and a peaceful new year.

Here is our winter edition of our online Friendship Club for you to enjoy. It is full of fun and interest and includes, of course, a special message from our very much loved PAT dog Pippa.

To access, please click on friendshipclub.org.uk and look for January 2022 update - enjoy.

Special in this edition is the ‘Memories to make you smile.’ If you have a memory that makes you smile, please just jot it down and send it in, it would be good to have a collection of memories as a regular feature.

Sadly Desmond Tutu died this December and this prompted a piece on prominent figures who have made the world a better place. Look in Tributes for Gandhi, Desmond Tutu, Mother Therese and Nelson Mandela.

There is music to sit and enjoy, Sing alongs with Rossendale Memory Choir, poetry from our talented Manchester writers with recitals from yet more gifted narrators and thoughtful prayers for our Christians, me being one of them.

Once again a very special thank you to all our contributors. We couldn’t produce these editions without you. If anyone would like to contribute in any way, please just drop us a line. We have contributors from as far south as the Cotswolds and as far north as Cumbria.

All our welcome and if you have any ideas on interesting content, don’t hesitate to get in touch at admin@friendshipclub.org.uk

Until the Spring edition, take care, stay safe and God bless.

Cheers Tricia

Patricia Calway
tcalway@me.com
07949 140108


Senior Community Friendship Club
25 January 2022

Dear Friends,

Happy New Year to all our friends in the Senior Community Friendship Club. We hope you had a festive Christmas and a peaceful new year.

Here is our winter edition of our online Friendship Club for you to enjoy. It is full of fun and interest and includes, of course, a special message from our very much loved PAT dog Pippa.

To access, please click on friendshipclub.org.uk and look for January 2022 update - enjoy.

Special in this edition is the ‘Memories to make you smile.’ If you have a memory that makes you smile, please just jot it down and send it in, it would be good to have a collection of memories as a regular feature.

Sadly Desmond Tutu died this December and this prompted a piece on prominent figures who have made the world a better place. Look in Tributes for Gandhi, Desmond Tutu, Mother Therese and Nelson Mandela.

There is music to sit and enjoy, Sing alongs with Rossendale Memory Choir, poetry from our talented Manchester writers with recitals from yet more gifted narrators and thoughtful prayers for our Christians, me being one of them.

Once again a very special thank you to all our contributors. We couldn’t produce these editions without you. If anyone would like to contribute in any way, please just drop us a line. We have contributors from as far south as the Cotswolds and as far north as Cumbria.

All our welcome and if you have any ideas on interesting content, don’t hesitate to get in touch at admin@friendshipclub.org.uk

Until the Spring edition, take care, stay safe and God bless.

Cheers Tricia

Patricia Calway
tcalway@me.com
07949 140108


Vacancy
09 January 2022
Defibrillator Locations
15 December 2021

Publicly Accessible defibrillators.

Central Broughton:

Fire station – Foxfield Road, LA20 6AJ

Square Café – New Street, LA20 6JF

Victory Hall – Station Road, LA20 6HN

Prince of Wales P/H – Foxfield, LA20 6BX (Temporary unavailable)

Duddon Valley:

Broughton Mills Reading Room – LA20 6AY

Ulpha Post Office – (Pending relocation, but will be sited near by) LA20 6DY

Woodland Parish Rooms – Postcode unavailable

Seathwaite – Newfield Inn, LA20 6ED

Cockley Beck – Phone Box

Duddon Community Support AGM
03 December 2021
Friends of the X112
14 October 2021


Greening Launch Date
16 September 2021
Scarecrow Competition
20 August 2021
X112 Bus Timetable
17 June 2021
X112 Bus service
17 June 2021
Simon Fell
13 June 2021
A595 Consultation
07 June 2021
Casual Vacancy
29 May 2021
Wellness Poster
29 May 2021
Casual Vacancy
11 April 2021
Police Report
06 April 2021

PCSO 5125 Paul Harris

Over the past month the Rural Officers have been supporting the current sheep worrying initiative and providing weatherproof posters to farmers across the area. We still have a small supply of these so anyone requiring any can contact 5125 Paul Harris.

Poaching has been on the increase over the past month. Please report any suspicious incidents.
Concerns regarding off road motorcycles have also continued and a number of warning letters have been sent to the owners of vans we believe have been involved in transporting the bikes.

Report  it in on 101 or email:  101emails@cumbria.police.uk

SLDC My Account
28 November 2020

To register for an SLDC My Account go to https://selfservice.southlakeland.gov.uk/register

Seathwaite Bridge update
11 September 2020
Grant Certificate
18 September 2019
Allotments
02 February 2018
Community Led Plan
01 December 2016
CGP Application Form
12 December 2015