I'm Aiesha, a Development Officer for Creative Support. We are a high quality provider of person centered social care services for people with learning disabilities, mental health and other needs.
We are building a bespoke development of nine self-contained, one bedroom flats in Bidford-on-Avon in Warwickshire for people with learning disabilities, who may have additional complex health needs, social needs or who are vulnerable.
We are looking to recruit support workers from the local areas and will be holding two open events (one for recruitment and one for prospective tenants) on Tuesday 4th February.
The redecoration is now completed – we plan to have our “Back into Church” service on Sunday 2nd February at 11.00 am.
In the meantime Pauline Bamber and Jane Powell are organising an extra special clean up for the church details below:
We now need to give a final ‘Spit and Polish’ ‘Holy Dusters’ at the ready for Saturday 25th JANUARY2014 @ 10.00am
Please come armed with either of the following:- DUSTERS; POLISH; HOT WATER (in a flask) MOP & BUCKET; VACUUM CLEANER
Further information – Jane Powell 871811 Pauline Bamber 870821
Blessings to all,
Our local BT exchange has just been upgraded to allow faster broadband and my ISP (Internet Service Provider) has given me the option to upgrade to 16Mb free of charge. In reality this will mean that I will probably go from the current 3.6Mb to 6.8Mb but I'm not complaining.
I'll update this when the line settles down and i get a clear reading.
I also notice in the news that BT has successfully run ultra fast communications over standard lines. Things are starting to look up.
South Lenches Parish Council are once again looking for a local group or groups to undertake the annual litter pick, there will be a grant made to the successful applicant/s. The litter Pick normally takes place around late March or early April, equipment is provided.
If you are interested in doing the litter pick or finding out more information then please contact Nicky Holland - Clerk to the Council on Email email@example.com
The Parish Council are looking to adopt the telephone kiosk on the Atch Lench road in Church Lench. We are looking into alternative uses for the kiosk and would like to hear from any parishioners who may either object to the removal of the telephony services from the kiosk or have any idea's on alternative uses. Please respond to Nicky Holland, Clerk to the Council -
Prince Henry School have Exchanges with German, French and Spanish schools. When Prince Henry is hosting visitors they need to find accommodation for the teachers. Usually two teachers accompany each exchange. The couple who have been able to do this for the last few years are unable to continue, so therefore they are looking for a kind person to do this on a ongoing basis.
The visitors always stay for one week and the host is asked to provide breakfast, a packed lunch on some days and an evening meal on for or five days out of seven. Payment will be made for the service and they are happy to negotiate.
The school needs to know that they can rely upon the host as their Exchange requires an incredible amount of organisation.
Jill Brooks has asked me to get in touch with people whom I know and so I would appreciate it if you could publish her request amongst your contacts. For further information, please get in touch with the contact below or if anybody would like to speak to me first my Tel: 01386 870 421
Jill Brooks email firstname.lastname@example.org Prince Henry Tel: 01386 765 588
Thank you so much Richard,
Dear Church Lench,
The redecorating as reported earlier is proceeding along well – and will shortly be moving into the vestry I understand.
The main reason for contacting is to inform that we have decided that we will not be opening the church before February. We need to allow cleaning up time after the redecorating has been completed. The decorators will be doing the lion’s share – but we feel certain that it will need the additional “home” team’s loving touch.
Posters will be put up on the church notice boards and gates keeping everyone updated as well as email communication.
Please feel free to gossip this albeit limited news.
Any questions do ask.
Drivers Warned To Steer Clear Of Floods On Roads
West Mercia Police are warning drivers to steer clear of flood water on roads across the area.
Officers have been called to a number of incidents in Herefordshire today (Thursday 2 January) where motorists have tried to drive through or around floods and become stranded.
Inspector Andy Smith of West Mercia Police said: “Motorists should not attempt to negotiate flooded roads. It can be very dangerous - especially when flood waters are rising.
“At the least people are going to get wet feet and in the worst cases you can lose your life.
“Flood waters can be very deceptive and even if one driver manages to get through a stretch of flood water, it does not mean that it is safe to follow. Even four-wheel-drive vehicles are not invincible when it comes to floods.”
He added that some of the calls today were from people stranded in remote parts of Herefordshire where access was also difficult for the emergency services.
“Drivers need to think very carefully before trying to go through flood water. Do you want to risk damaging your vehicle and possibly losing your life just for the sake of turning around and finding another route?”
Issued: 2 January 2014
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