New rules regarding social distancing in England were applied on Monday 14TH September 2020, meaning that residents should not meet with people from other households socially in groups of more than six.
Following reports of a slight increase in cases in the Rushcliffe Borough, we are requesting you continue to share key health messages with your friends and family to ensure we all play a part in tackling its transmission rate.
We’re reminding residents, and business owners to:
• Adhere to the Rule of Six, meaning that you should not meet with people from other households
socially in groups of more than six. This applies indoors and outdoors, including in private homes.
Education and work settings are unaffected.
• “Hands, Face, Space” which means:
Hands-wash your hands frequently for at least 20 seconds
Face-wear a face covering where required, unless you are exempt
Space-Maintain social distance of at least 2 metres from anyone you don’t live with or 1 metre plus
additional precautions such as extra ventilation, screens or face coverings
• When eating out at a café, pub or restaurant everyone should provide full and accurate contact
details of everyone in your group. This NHS Test and Trace Service is important for tracking and
preventing the spread.
• Avoid car sharing but if doing so keep windows open, stick to small groups and wipe down surfaces.
• If you have COVID symptoms, get a test and self-isolate. Symptoms include a fever, a new continuous
cough, or loss of your sense of taste or smell. Call 119 to book your free test or visit
A new trial online booking system for the Household Waste and Recycling Centre in West Bridgford is to launch on September 1st 2020, Nottinghamshire County Council have announced.
The centre on Rugby Road will only be accepting pre booked vehicles from next month, with 15-minute time slots available between 8.15am and 7.45pm every day during the summer opening hours. Up to five vehicles will be allowed on site at any one time.
Residents must already be registered to use Nottinghamshire County Council’s recycling centres before booking their time slot easily through the authority’s website.
Sessions can be booked up to two weeks in advance but must me booked at least 24 hours before visiting the site as no same day slots will be available.
Visitors to the site will not be permitted entry without an electronic or paper copy of their emailed booking receipt.
Residents are requested not to make multiple bookings and use other sites where the need to visit more than once in any two week period.
Only the West Bridgford recycling centre will need to e pre-booked, and residents can carry on using any of the Council’s 11 other sites around the County without appointment.
Those who would like more information or to book their recycling visit over the phone should telephone N.C. customer service centre on 0300 500 8080 between 8.00am to 6.00pm Monday to Friday
Vectare have advised the Parish Council that they have launched a Twitter account – @VectareLive
This twitter page is for dedicated service updates relating to local buses in the area, including service 833.
The Parish Council would be grateful if you’d make local residents aware if possible.