Parish News

Coronavirus Information Hub

4d ago

High Peak Borough Council have created a Coronavirus Information Hub on their website that has a range of information for residents and business.  This can be accessed from the link below: Read more >>

PLAY AREA CLOSURES & PARKS SOCIAL DISTANCING INFORMATION

5d ago
Please note with immediate effect, following Government guidance, the following Play Areas are closed:
Chapel Memorial Park Play Area and MUGA
Needham Recreation Ground Play Area
Dove Holes Play Area
Sparrowpit Play Area
Combs Play Area
 
If you are using the Parks please ensure you adhere to the social distancing rules.
 
The Council are asking that all residents act responsibly and follow the rules put in place by Government for the benefit of all.
 
Parents please can you inform children of the closure of Play Areas/MUGA as there have been young people using these areas this morning

https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/covid-19-guidance-on-social-distancing-and-for-vulnerable-people/guidance-on-social-distancing-for-everyone-in-the-uk-and-protecting-older-people-and-vulnerable-adults Read more >>

Neighbourhood Watch Press Release

2m ago


 
Chapel Parish Council Encourage Residents To Get Involved In Neighbourhood Watch
 
Chapel-en-le-Frith Parish Council is encouraging residents to get involved with the High Peak Neighbourhood Watch scheme. Residents who want to get involved are encouraged to email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., call the Neighbourhood Watch Coordinator Paddy Bann on 07718782666 or join the High Peak Neighbourhood Watch Facebook Group. 
 
The Neighbourhood Watch number for the group is NH060H155. Bin stickers are also available, which can act as a deterrent. 
 
The Parish Council is also encouraging people to sign up to Derbyshire Alert at www.derbyshirealert.co.uk 
 
Cllr Paddy Bann, who as well as being the coordinator, is on the Parish Council’s Police Liaison Working Group, says:
 
“We believe, as concern about crime in the area is growing, that the best course of action for residents is to join together and help each other out to tackle the problem. Neighbourhood Watch schemes are a tried and tested way for a community to help bring down crime.” 
 
Cllr Tony Dales, who is also on the Police Liaison Working Group and helping to run the Neighbourhood Watch, says:
“For every person who joins, there is an extra set of eyes within our Neighbourhood Watch network and that can make a huge difference. We all love our area and we all want to keep it safe, so please join. We are particularly looking for Volunteer Street Co-ordinator to help distribute information to their neighbours when required.” Read more >>

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