Temporary Road Closure

TTRO382402TD – WW – Lillesdon Lane, North Curry

Please follow the link to view the above road closure; https://one.network/?tm=117803985 and the link for the Notice 2:       https://one.network/downloads/tm/1111/3-notice-2_117803985_3249527_7d231f5cf5.pdf
The order becomes effective on 08 October 2020  and will remain in force for eighteen months.

The works are expected to commence on 12th October 2020 and last for 12 days to enable Wessex Water to install valves, washouts and bypass onto water main.

For any further information about this closure please contact Wessex Water on 0345 600 4 600, quoting reference: ttro382402TD – WW – Lillesdon Lane, North Curry.

Please note that should you require to view a closure which is more than two weeks ahead you will need to Register for free with www.One.Network

Temporary Road Closure

TTRO383569TD- S50 – Woodhill Rd, Stoke St Gregory

Please follow the link to view the above road closure; https://one.network/?tm=117881786 and the link for the Notice 2:      https://one.network/downloads/tm/1111/3-notice-2_117881786_3250900_22675aa910.pdf
The order becomes effective on 08 October 2020  and will remain in force for eighteen months.

The works are expected to commence on 16th October 2020 and last for 5 days to enable Mike Ford Groundworks to carry out storm drain works.

For any further information about this closure please contact Mike Ford Groundworks on 0785 0348 319, quoting reference: TTRO383569TD- S50 – Woodhill Rd, Stoke St Gregory.

Please note that should you require to view a closure which is more than two weeks ahead you will need to Register for free with www.One.Network

North Curry Parish Council Notice

Please see the maps proposing the design for the 20mph speed limit in North Curry.

This is subject to final costs and the police supporting the proposal.

Clerk to North Curry Parish Council

Proposed Speed Limit Extents North Curry (Red 30mph Green 20mph)

Moor Lane North Curry Proposed Change In Speed Limit 20 Green 30 Red Signs And Lines

Moor Lane The Pavement 20mph Speed Limit Signs

Windmill Hill North Curry Proposed 20mph (green)

4/9/20

WARNING NOTICE:

Please be aware that in the early hours of Tuesday morning 4th August 2020, there have been two criminal incidences in the village of North Curry, one in the Playing Fields, where a bench was caught on fire and one on the road on Greenway, where several parked cars have been damaged. Please can we all be vigilant and keep alert. Thank you.

5/8/20

Church re-opening

As from 4th July, North Curry Parish Church will be open, with the following conditions:

Opening hours every day are 9-5; entry via Chancel door (West door and South porch will be locked. Chancel only  will be open (nave inaccessible)

Sunday service  Evensong at 6pm in nave (chancel inaccessible to worshippers and other visitors alike).

The PCC asks everyone coming to church to observe social distancing and to use sanitisers available at the entrance. Please observe taped-off areas. Soft furnishings such as cushions and hassocks will not be used. Please avoid touching anything more than absolutely necessary.

North Curry Parish Meeting 10th June 2020

There will be a meeting of the North Curry Parish Council on Wednesday 10th June 2020 starting at 7:30 The full agenda can be seen here.

You are invited to send a comment by email to  parishcouncil@northcurry.com and we will attempt to cover them in the meeting. The meeting will be carried out over the ZOOM video link and will start at 7:30pm. If you wish to join the meeting please email your request to  parishcouncil@northcurry.com.  We will subsequently send you the appropriate link. We are trialling this approach so things may or may not run as expected.  For example, if too many people wish to join, we may not be able to accept all of them.  Or we may just experience some technical or usability issues.

You are reminded of the standard Council Meeting protocol that, while you are welcome to view the proceedings, you may only contribute when invited.

The full minutes of the meeting will be available as usual on the North Curry website.