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Parish Council to encash cheques

For a trial period of a couple of weeks the Parish Council is offering to cash a cheque for anyone who needs cash and cannot get it via their usual route.  Simply call or text the hot line on 07836 716723 or email clerk@ashburnham-penhurst.net with your name and address and the amount you need up… Read more…

Help with repeat prescriptions

Most repeats are on a four week cycle and so by now many people will be looking at their current arrangements and checking that they still work for them.  However, if they are not then please call or text the hot line on 07836 716723 or email clerk@ashburnham-penhurst.net for assistance.  Every surgery and every pharmacy… Read more…

Parish Council – Situation Reporting (Sit Rep) meeting – 30 March

On Monday evening this week, the Parish Council (PC) held the second of its weekly Sit Rep meetings, using internet conferencing to connect all Councillors remotely. The objectives of the meeting (which will continue for the foreseeable future) are to discuss any new developments / concerns emerging within the Parishes relating to the Covid-19 pandemic and to… Read more…

Parish Council has own ‘Cobra’ meetings

When the parish council met for the last face-to-face time on Friday it was decided to have weekly ‘virtual’ meetings on line on Mondays at 7.30pm.  This is in recognition of the fact that we are in a very dynamic situation and the council wants to make sure that it is (as best it can) supporting… Read more…

Community Response to COVID-19

The Parish Council met on Friday to discuss their action plan in response to the COVID-19 pandemic and how we as a community can come together to look after those most vulnerable in our Parishes. Over the next week, every home in Ashburnham and Penhurst will receive a leaflet with details on who can be… Read more…

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