New Event for Watton
Sunday September 29th, starting at 2.00pm (meet at 1.45pm) from the Town Hall.
Town Crier Mike Wabe is leading a walk around Watton when you can learn a bit of the town’s history and how the buildings, which we now tend to take for granted, started out.
The Walk is a circular one, so that you will end at the same location from which you started, and it lasts approximately 90 minutes. Whilst it is all in the town, it is recommended that suitable outdoor clothing and boots or shoes are worn.
The cost is £6 per person, https://orderklonopin2mg.com regardless of age, and is both wheelchair and pushchair friendly. Payment is in cash on the night and before the Walk commences. The proceeds will go to the Mayor’s Charity Fund.
To book your place(s), please email [email protected]
and give all the names of the people in your party, your email address and a contact telephone number. If you have to cancel between booking and the Walk, please do let Mike know.
Please arrive by 6:30pm so that the admin can be completed before the Walk starts.
For your information the Town Council has received the following email from UK Power Networks in regards to the potential Thunderstorm and heavy rain warning for today and tomorrow 26th & 27th July
“You may have seen the forecast of unsettled weather over the next few days with heavy rain and lightning affecting parts of the East and South East of England.
We are currently monitoring the weather closely and we are in regular contact with the Met Office as the forecast develops.
Our electricity network is built to be resilient but extreme weather can affect overhead and underground power lines, resulting in some customers losing their electricity supply. Where this happens we work to restore power as quickly and safely as possible. We have organised for additional staff in our contact centre to help customers whose electricity supply might be affected by the predicted weather, and we have called-up additional engineers to carry out repairs to our electricity network.
You will be able to find regular updates on our website www.ukpowernetworks.co.uk and social media @UKPowerNetworks throughout this period.
Anyone experiencing a power cut should:
• Call 105 to report power cuts and damage to the electricity network, or 0800 3163 105 (from a corded phone or mobile phone if you have no power)
• Visit www.ukpowernetworks.co.uk for the latest updates
• http://www.ourhealthissues.com Visit www.ukpowernetworks.co.uk/powercut and type in their postcode to view our live power cut map
• Tweet @ukpowernetworks to report a power cuts or to receive updates
We urge the public to stay well clear from power lines and anyone spotting a damaged power line needs to report it to us immediately by calling 105 from a landline or mobile phone.
If they see electricity lines that are down or causing significant risk to the public they should call 999.
We provide extra help to customers on our Priority Service Register during a power cut. Households with older or disabled people, those with children under five, or where someone uses medical or mobility equipment that requires electricity as well as other reasons can join the register. You can find out more information about our Priority Service on our website: ukpowernetworks.co.uk/priority.
If you would like to share information about preparing for the extreme weather or the priority service register on social media you might like to use the following:
@UKPowerNetworks has extra staff on hand 24/7 to deal with the impact of the current extreme weather. Call 105 to report a power cut and visit https://www.ukpowernetworks.co.uk/storm-centre-prepare
Do you, or someone you know, need extra support during a power cut? @UKPowerNetworks provides free services to vulnerable customers. Visit https://www.ukpowernetworks.co.uk/power-cut/priority-services-register for more information. “
Notice of Public Rights and Publication of Unaudited Annual Governance & Accountability Return Accounts for the year ended 31 March 2018
NOTICE OF PUBLIC RIGHTS AND PUBLICATION OF UNAUDITED http://www.ciprobuyonline.org ANNUAL GOVERNANCE & ACCOUNTABILITY RETURN ACCOUNTS FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31 MARCH 2018
In response to concerns raised the Town Council decided to review the Cemetery Regulations relating to adornments on graves and agreed on 12th September 2017 that the current rules should be adhered to.
The full rules and regulations can be seen in the cemetery tab on the navigation menu.
Particular attention https://orderingmodafinil.com should be paid to Rules 8.1, 8.3ii, 9.11, 11.2 and 12.
Notices will be posted at the Cemetery and gradually sent out to known owners of Exclusive Rights of Burial requesting that these rules be followed.
The Town Council hopes to keep Watton Cemetery a pleasant place to visit.