Parish Council meetings are cancelled until further notice due to Covid-19.
Please contact the Clerk with any issues in the meantime.

Click here for information regarding Coronavirus Support

Community Information

NOTICE OF ROAD CLOSURES 

SOMERSET COUNTY COUNCIL
ROAD TRAFFIC REGULATION ACT 1984 - SECTION 14(2) (21 DAY NOTICE)
SEABOROUGH ROAD, HENLEY,
TEMPORARY PROHIBITION OF VEHICLES
NOTICE is hereby given that Somerset County Council, in pursuance of the provisions of section 14(2) of the Traffic Regulation Act 1984, as amended, will introduce the following temporary restrictions; the effect of which will be to introduce a temporary prohibition of vehicles on the length of roads listed in the Schedule to this Notice The restrictions shall apply when indicated by traffic signs.
The works are anticipated to be operative from the 23rd November 2018 the restrictions shall apply when indicated by traffic signs.
This Notice will come into force on the 23rd November 2018 and will remain in force for a maximum of 21 days.
For information about the works being carried out please contact Telent Infrastructure Services 0800 526015
SCHEDULE
Temporary Prohibition of Vehicles
Seaborough Road
Henley,
For its entire length
PATRICK FLAHERTY
Chief Executive
Dated: 20th November 2018

 

To find out what's going on in Misterton click on the 'What's on in Misterton' link on the left hand side

We wish for the site to be as proactive as possible and to be a two-way channel of advice, assistance and information between residents and the Parish Council.

It will be achieved by:

Emotion Improving communication
Emotion Engaging everyone in local issues
Emotion Involving local people more in what is happening in the community
Emotion Providing a platform for the Parish and Community Organisations

 

Coronavirus Support

Following discussions, this week, between Misterton Parish Council and the Misterton Emergency and Resilience Team (MERT) the following is how we hope to support the village during the current Coronavirus pandemic. It is agreed that the lead will be taken by the MERT and our aim will be to coordinate support and communications.

We will use the Misterton Village Magazine for periodic updates and the facebook sites 'Misterton Parish Council' and 'Residents of Misterton (Somerset)' to share the latest information. In due course we may expand the social media we use. The Parish Council noticeboards will also be used and are located outside the WI Hall and on the corner of Turnpike Green with Silver Street.

From what we understand, from other community activities, local support is the most important way to help others i.e. looking out for immediate neighbours. We know this is already happening in the village. To assist with this we are going to use the contacts we have to check on vulnerable people and also compile a register of potential supporters and those who many need help. If you would like to be included in either of these groups please let me know via the contact information below and we will put people in touch with each other. Please note the team contact information is included in the magazine every month.

As often happens, in times of crisis, there will be some people who may want to take advantage for personal gain. To this end we recommend that if you are receiving help only accept it from people you know or via the MERT as we will check all the volunteers and advise if we are going to put them in touch with you. Similarly there is a lot of information being circulated and some of it may be unreliable. Our recommendation is that only follow advice from recognised authorities like the NHS, government or other official bodies. Any information we distribute will be checked for its authenticity.

Finally if you share your information with us we will keep it only for the duration of the pandemic and check we know each of the volunteers we receive.

Keep safe and please help support the village initiative.

Phil
Misterton Emergency and Resilience Team
philclifton@hotmail.com
01460 73815