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The Parish Council are in the process of rebuilding it’s website to comply with the above regulations. This has been delayed slightly due to COVID but will be available very shortly.

Coronavirus Update

Coronavirus At the time of writing, 23rd September, the Government has introduced tighter restrictions to try and reduce the rising number of COVID infections. These include groups of no more than six people and wearing face masks in shops and public places. Please follow the regulations.

MESSAGE FROM DISTRICT COUNCILLOR BRIAN ROLFE

CORONAVIRUS AND EFDC

For those of you who do not already know, the district council is now operating in emergency mode in order to preserve services whilst also protecting their own staff.

The main changes are that wherever possible, personnel are working from home linked to the office by telephone. Senior management has been divided into three teams, with equal responsibilities, and are operating from different sites.

The object of the exercise is to reduce the risk of the infection spreading.

If residents know the name or telephone extension they require, then just dial as usual and in most cases, you should be connected straight through regardless of where they are working.

If you are unable to contact the person you require and the matter is urgent, I am available on 01992 576654. This number is always in Link Up. I do ask you to be patient as it is never easy to resolve all problems and in the current situation, things are likely to take longer.

Best wishes to you all.

Brian Rolfe

Lamboune Parish Council

Lambourne Parish Council serving the communities of Abridge and Lambourne End. frontplogoThe above is the motto of Lambourne Parish Council reflecting the fact that the villages of Abridge and Lambourne End belong to the same Parish. Think of Lambourne School which is situated in Hoe Lane, Abridge and Lambourne Church, Church Lane, Abridge, which geographically stands right in the middle of the parish. Lambourne Parish is divided into two wards and is represented by 9 councillors, 6 of whom serve the Abridge ward and 3 who serve the Lambourne ward.

The council holds 10 meetings a year in the Abridge Village Hall and 2 meetings a year in the Lambourne Parish Rooms. Details of these meetings can be found on the link above or notice-board below. The council holds monthly meetings with the first 15 minutes open to the public as a forum to express their views in relation to any community issues and concerns including Planning, Planning Enforcement, Parking, Transport, Highways, Playgrounds and Anti-Social Behaviour etc. Everybody from both villages is welcome to attend any of our meetings and details of these are displayed on the notice boards of both village halls, in Linkup and on this website.

Lambourne Parish Survey

We would like to hear from all residents of the Parish. If you could take the time to fill in our survey it would be much appreciated. This will help us plan the future of the Parish. Please go to our Survey Page.

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Find out more about the Lambourne Neighbourhood Watch HERE

Next Meeting

The next meeting will be on Wednesday 14th September at 7.45pm. Members of the Public are welcome. Venue to be confirmed.

 

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 418 Bus Service

There have been discussions between Galleon Travel (Trusty Buses) and ECC regards this service and we can confirm that the service is safe at least until the end of March 2018.

The timetable below will come into effect as of 2nd January 2018.
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frontlineAbridge and Lambourne End(Some of the links on this Website will direct you away from this site. Whilst we are careful to direct you to appropriate sites the Parish Council can take no responsibility for information and opinions found on these sites.)