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Next Parish Meeting - 25th August 2020 at Holy Trinity Church at 7.30p.
Download agenda see menu above.
News from WSCC
The Met Office has issued a Level 3 Heat Health Alert.
There is a 90 % probability of Heat-Health criteria being met between 1200 on Thursday
and 0900 on Sunday in parts of England
View the full warning at the Met
Office Heat Health Watch site.
Heatwave and Covid-19
Please note that additional information and tips for Covid-19 and hot weather has been issued by the government.
- fans should not be used in offices as this could increase the spread of infection. Remember that fans are ineffective in temperatures above 350C and cause increased dehydration
- Open windows and
use blinds to help regulate temperature
- Staff wearing PPE should keep hydrated, change masks regularly (especially if damp)
and ensure that their own wellbeing is maintained
- Paracetamol (and aspirin) may be used to manage COVID-related symptoms but
it is recommended that they are not used solely to reduce body temperature. Always consult your pharmacist, GP or NHS 111 for advice
- Keep cool and hydrated
by regularly sipping cold water-based drinks and avoid alcohol
- Use sponges or cloths made
damp by cold water to help control your temperature
- Close blinds and curtains to help control the temperature of your home
- Check on the wellbeing of vulnerable friends and family who may be shielding or who are isolated. Remember to observe social distancing guidance social distancing guidance
The full guidance including posters and leaflet material that can be downloaded can be found on the Government website here.
What are the potential impacts?
The very young, the elderly and the seriously ill are the groups who are particularly at risk
of health problems when the weather is very hot. In particular, very hot weather can make heart and breathing problems worse.
Advice: Look out for others, especially older people, young children and babies
and those with underlying health conditions. Close curtains on rooms that face the sun to keep indoor spaces cooler and remember it may be cooler outdoors than indoors. Drink plenty of fluids and avoid excess alcohol, dress appropriately for the weather and
slow down when it is hot.
Advice on how to reduce the risk can be obtained from the Heatwave Plan for England page, from your
doctor or local chemist, or ring NHS 111.
For more information
CORONAVIRUS and council services - for information see
coronavirus page via menu bar above. Use this government link to find out latest https://bit.ly/CV19FAQS
For latest information from WSCC Rights of Way please see WSCC on menu
The 2020 Annual Audit has been completed anyone wishing to inspect the records please contact the clerk via Clerk@ebernoeparish.co.uk by 14th July 2020
Parish Chairman writes:
“Alastair became a real Ebernoe man”
We were all saddened to hear of the sad loss of Alastair Ford in March.
See obituary via menu bar above
School Admissions -www.westsussex.gov.uk/schooladmissions2021-2022 - also see menu bar above
Councillors Surgery - Dates arranged - see also alternative ways to contact Councillor Gareth Evans see menu bar above
What If project - WSCC has provided emergency equipment for the parish council. This is held at two sites -
Scammells Garage - Balls Cross area and Simmonds Saws for Colhook area. Please see What if page via menu bar for emeregency equipment inventories.
What exactly does the parish do - comments from Chairman, Mrs Ann Tyrrell, - see
Data Protection Act - see Privacy section in Ebernoe Parish pages.
Ebernoe is a hamlet and civil parish in the district of Chichester in West Sussex located six kilometres
(4 miles) north of Petworth near the A283 road.
The parish has a land area of 1239 hectares (3060 acres). In the 2011 census 213 people lived in the Ebernoe.
contact Parish Clerk, Helen Scott at email: Clerk@ebernoeparish.co.uk for further information on any of the above.