National Lockdown Stay at Home

Coronavirus cases are rising rapidly across the country and we must all follow National Lockdown:Stay at Home measures with the law now updated to reflect these new rules.

 

LEAVING HOME

You must not leave, or be outside of your home or garden, except for a very limited set of exemptions e.g. to shop for basic necessities, exercise, go to work if you cannot do so from home, or to escape risk of harm.

 

MEETING OTHERS

You cannot leave your home to meet socially with anyone, except with your household or support bubble (if eligible to form one). Stay 2 metres apart from anyone not in your household or support bubble.

 

EXERCISE

You may exercise on your own, with your household or support bubble, or with one person from another household (when on your own). Stay 2 metres apart from anyone not in your household or support bubble.

 

BARS, PUBS AND RESTAURANTS

Hospitality closed aside from sales by takeaway (until 11pm), click-and-collect, drive-through or delivery. Alcohol cannot be purchased through takeaway or click-and-collect from hospitality venues.

 

RETAIL

Essential shops can open. Non-essential retail must close and can only run click-and- collect and delivery.

 

WORK AND BUSINESS

Everyone must work from home unless they are unable to do so.

 

EDUCATION

Early years settings open. Primary and secondary schools and colleges move to remote provision except for vulnerable children and children of critical workers. Most university students to move to remote learning.

 

LEISURE AND SPORTING FACILITIES

Closed, with limited exceptions.

 

ACCOMMODATION

Closed, with limited exceptions.

 

PERSONAL CARE. Closed. ENTERTAINMENT Closed.

 

OVERNIGHT STAYS

You must not stay overnight away from home. Limited exceptions apply e.g. to stay with your support bubble.

 

WEDDINGS AND FUNERALS

Funerals of up to 30 people permitted. Weddings up to 6 people permitted in exceptional circumstances. Wakes and other linked ceremonial events of up to 6 permitted.

 

PLACES OF WORSHIP

Places of worship can remain open and communal worship is permitted, but you must not mix with those outside your household or support bubble.

 

TRAVELLING

You must stay at home. If you do leave home for a very limited set of exemptions, you should stay local in the village, town, or part of the city where you live where possible. Do not travel abroad unless an exemption applies.

 

CLINICALLY EXTREMELY VULNERABLE

Shielding reintroduced across England. You should not travel to work, school, college or university and should limit the time you spend outside the home. You should only go out for medical appointments, exercise or if it is essential.

 

CARE HOME VISITS

Visits can take place with arrangements such as substantial screens, visiting pods, or behind windows. Close-contact indoor visits are not allowed. No visits will be permitted in the event of an outbreak but end of life visits are permitted in all circumstances.

For more information go to:

 

For more information go to:  www.gov.uk/coronavirus

  

 

 

Michael John Beeby

24th December 1037 - 21st December 2020

 

Michael (Mike) Beeby sadly passed away at home, three days before his 83rd birthday.  His funeral was held according to Covid restrictions on January 14. Many residents and friends lined the road to watch the cortege, headed by a steam traction engine, pass on its way to All Saints Church, Rempstone.  

 

The family thank everyone for all their kind messages and support and have shared this link to the service:

 

https://vimeo.com/navvideo/review/500494787/516964f876

 

 

Classes and Events Cancelled

 

With the current National Lockdown coffee mornings and classes scheduled to be held in Rempstone Village Hall are cancelled until further notice. 

 

For further information see Village Hall

Rempstone Parish Council and Village Hall

Coronavirus Working Party – Newsletter 15

 

 

 

Coronavirus Vaccinations. Village residents are beginning to receive their invitations to get vaccinated. By the time you receive this newsletter the first of us should have been vaccinated. For anyone who is worried about the various scams that are circulating this is what your invitation letter will look like. Vaccination is free. The NHS know who you are, so no one is going to ask for your bank account details. 

 

To confirm your appointment you can accept the invitation through the NHS website, using the reference number printed in your letter. If you do not have a computer then you can accept by telephone.

 

If you have any difficulty accepting the invitation, or don’t have transport to get the vaccination site, then please ask a member of the Working Party for help.

 

Rempstone Wildlife Campaign 2021

 

 As the world starts to recover from the pandemic we wanted to help our local wildlife. We would very much like to hear your ideas about what we could do. For example:

From 29th to 31st January the RSPB is holding its annual garden birdwatch. This is a national survey of birds across the UK, and is based on what each of us can see in our gardens. A copy of the RSPB leaflet is attached. This describes what to do, and how to send your results to the RSPB. The RSPB has more details on its website: https://www.rspb.org.uk/get-involved/activities/birdwatch

 

 

The Food Banks need your donations: cash via Jane, or goods via Claire.

 

Working Party members are:

 

Jane 881147    Michael 880259    Victoria 880060      

Nicki 881285    Wilf  768178     Caroline & Roland 880257     

 

If you have email then please use RempstoneHelp@gmail.com

Rempstone Parish Council and Village Hall Coronavirus Working Party – Newsletter 14

 

 Happy New Year

 

Twelfth Night - The village Christmas tree is coming down on Tuesday 5th. If you are taking down your own tree the advice from Rushcliffe Borough Council is “If you subscribe to our garden waste collections, please leave your real Christmas Tree next to your green bin and we’ll collect it on your normal collection day.

 

 

You can also take your real Christmas Tree to your local Recycling Centre or donate good condition, plastic trees to charity shops for others to reuse next year.” Rempstone’s collection is 19th/20th January.

 

Christmas entries in the Picture Gallery will also come down. This month we are looking for winter scenes. If you have suitable photographs then we can arrange to print them for you. Please contact Jane.

 

Lost Property - A hearing aid, in its case, has been found on the Welfare field. If you know whose it might be then please contact Wilf Pearson.

 

Funerals - Michael Beeby’s funeral is at 12:00 on Thursday 14th January. Numbers in the church are limited, and by invitation only. The cortege, drawn by a steam engine, will leave 2 Wymeswold Road at 11:30.

 

Food Banks  Since November Rempstone residents have donated over 600Kg of food and toiletries to food banks in Loughborough and Nottingham, an amazing total. There are two ways in which you can contribute in 2021.

Claire Johnson has a box outside 21 Wysall Lane. Always in demand are: toiletries, nappies, long life UHT milk, fruit juice, cooking sauces, rice, pasta, jams & spreads, peanut butter, tinned fruit & vegetables. Claire is also able to collect if you can’t get there yourself. You can contact Claire on 07432 055 694 or clairejohnson003@hotmail.com.

 

Jane and Paul Schober are visiting a cash and carry supermarket this month with £85 which has been donated in cash. This allows us to buy items in bulk at wholesale prices. They will do this every month through 2021. You can leave cash donations in the Village Hall post box. Please leave your details along with any donation. 

 

Working Party members are:
Jane 881147 Michael 880259 Victoria 880060
Nicki 881285 Wilf 768178 Caroline & Roland 880257

If you have email then please use RempstoneHelp@gmail.com. 

 

Further help and information regarding support for individuals and businesses is available from Rushcliffe Borough Council

https://www.rushcliffe.gov.uk

 

 

 

 

 Information from Nottinghamshire County Council  https://www.nottinghamshire.gov.uk

 

 

Nottinghamshire Libraries and Archives are CLOSED until further notice due to national lockdown. Limited services available. 

 

If you would like something to read during this period of lockdown then don’t forget that Gloria Kenney is running a book and jigsaw library from her garage.

 

 

 

Rempstone Residents Support Group

 

 

Rempstone Parish Council & Village Hall working group continue to meet virtually each week to help provide support for villagers.Updates will be provided via newsletters and this website.

 

If you have any ideas on ways to support our community during this time please contact a member of the working party support group.  And if  you need anything which shopping and telephone volunteers cannot provide then please contact amember of the Working Party directly. Our telephone numbers are:

Caroline Gower 880257              Jane Schober     881147

Michael Hunter 880259                 Nicki Dalton    881285

Roland Gower 880257              Victoria Phillipps 880060

Wilf Pearson 768178

 

If you have email then please use RempstoneHelp@gmail.com. Each member of the Working Party will receive a copy of your email, and one of us will contact you.

 

 

Western Power provide support to the over 65s and those at risk during power cuts. Contact Western Power on 0800 678 3105, or by calling 501 from a landline.

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