The Gladestry Community

Information for Gladestry Residents and Visitors

Local residents are encouraged to request inclusion of any item here which will be of interest to the whole community. Please send your notices via the "Contact us" page. We also publish  additional council documents on this page

Village Notices

     

26-06-2020 at 3:35 PM

Tir Dewi : Farmer's charity

 Tir Dewi,  is a charity supporting farmers in need and is currently active in Ceredigion, Carmarthenshire and Pembrokeshire.

They are currently in process of expanding into Powys and have conducted a survey directed at farmers and their families in Powys with the outcome being that the farmers would appreciate more support being available to them, hence the launch.

In advance of the launch, which is planned for Royal Welsh Week, they need to build their capability in the area.  They are, therefore, looking for volunteers to join their team. 

         Tir Dewi (click to open)

19-06-2020 at 11:39 AM

Covid-19 Business survey


From:
 Nicola Davies <nicola.davies@powys.gov.uk> on behalf of Trading Standards <trading.standards@powys.gov.uk>
Sent: 18 June 2020 10:45
Subject: CONSULTATION WITH POWYS BUSINESSES ON COVID -19

 

 

Covid-19 business survey

Businesses are being asked for their views to help the Powys County Council understand the full effects of Coronavirus on the local economy.

A new survey has been developed which asks Powys businesses how they are coping during the pandemic and what additional support they might need.

Feedback will form a crucial part of ongoing discussions with Welsh Government, Business Wales and partner organisations as we work together to provide more support and get Powys on the road to recovery.

The survey closes on 12 July 2020 so please take time to complete it.

 

https://en.powys.gov.uk/article/9239/Views-of-Powys-businesses-wanted

 

Thank you for your consideration of this.

 

Clive Jones

Professional Lead Trading Standards, Community Safety and Emergency Planning

 

+ Safonau Masnach – Cyngor Sir Powys

            Trading Standards – Powys County Council

 

01874 623420

8 nicola.davies@powys.gov.uk

 

24-05-2020 at 7:47 PM

Notice of date appointed for exercise of elector's rights

17-06-2020 at 3:47 PM

Notice about School Transport

This notice will be of interest to Gladestry parents whose children use school transport.

Notice from Powys about consultation concerning changes in School Transport arrangements

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Subject: Polisi Cludiant o’r Cartref i’r Ysgol/Coleg | Home to School/College Transport Policy
Date:  Mon, 15 Jun 2020 16:00:06 +0000
From:  Lee Evans <lee.evans@powys.gov.uk>
CC:  School Organisation <school.organisation@powys.gov.uk>


 Dear Stakeholder,

 The Learner Travel (Wales) Measure 2008 states that all local authorities have a duty to transport learners to their nearest suitable school if they meet the qualifying distance criteria.

 The Council’s current Home to School Transport Policy was approved in 2018, however since its implementation in September 2019, it has become apparent that there is a need to further review the policy to reduce ambiguity in order to ensure that the policy can be applied consistently.

 On the 9th June 2020, the Council’s Cabinet approved carrying out consultation on the draft policy. The consultation will end on 27th July 2020.

 To respond to the consultation, you can:

 Following the consultation, a Consultation Report will be prepared summarising the issues raised during the consultation period and the Policy will be updated as needed. The Consultation Report and the post-consultation version of the policy will be considered by the Cabinet in September 2020.

 It is intended that the updated policy will be implemented from September 2021. 

 If you require a printed copy of this document, or a copy in a different format, please contact the School Transformation Team on 01597 826277, or e-mail school.organisation@powys.gov.uk.

 

 

 

15-03-2020 at 1:57 PM

CORONAVIRUS

Kington Practice Patient Participation Group (click to open)

Test & Trace in Powys (click to open)

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Letter from OneVoiceWAles

Dear Clerk

I am writing to inform you that amendments have been made to the Health Protection (Coronavirus Restrictions) (Wales) Regulations 2020.  The new regulations clarify the arrangements for funerals and crematoriums; and confirm that cemeteries can remain open but social distancing must be taken into account, as well as the need to take all reasonable measures to maintain the 2 metre rule at burials.

 Guidance has been prepared to complement these changes to the Health Protection (Coronavirus Restrictions) (Wales) Regulations 2020, which will come into force on 7 April, and this can be found at:

 

The link below will give you access to the correct regulations which are The Health Protection (Coronavirus Restrictions) (Wales) Regulations 2020.

 

 https://www.legislation.gov.uk/wsi/2020/353/made

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 Letter from leader of Powys CC concerning local services response to Covid epidemic 27th March

Leader's letter (click to open)

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Gladestry Community Support Group 

Coronavirus Update

 Dear fellow Gladestry villagers,

 In response to the advice from both the government and local NHS staff , several people in the village have come forward offering to support those who might need some help in the coming weeks during this very challenging time. 

 None of us know how this will affect us so we are keen that EVERYONE knows there is a support system in place, as and when people need to access it. It may be that you are self-isolating, in the more vulnerable category, have mobility issues or your relatives who would normally support you are isolating themselves. There is a team of people locally who are happy to help in whatever way is needed. For example:

  •       Topping up food supplies and general provisions where possible
  •       Accessing prescriptions
  •       Dog walking for those who are too unwell themselves
  •       Social contact through regular phone calls to avoid feeling alone while you are unable to get out
  •       Posting mail

 There is a centralised number you can call if you would like to be included in this support scheme and if no one is there in person to answer your call please leave a message and we will make sure someone in the care team will get back to you as soon as they can. 

 There is a large team ready and willing to help

01544 370642 (Hattie Budd)

 01544 370471 (Jo Wait)

Jo Wait< jowait17@gmail.com

 

 We will do our best to make sure this letter goes to everyone however if you know of anyone who did not receive one please let us know and we will make sure they get one. 

 

Below is a letter from Dr Lauren Parry about the current situation and we will also try to keep everyone up to date with the latest advice from reliable sources.

 Now is the time to look after each other and ask for help if we need it, young or old.

 

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 Advice from 18th March, is that self isolation for vulnerable people (over 70 and/or chronic ill health) is now even more strongly advised.

Coronavirus

 Dear fellow Gladestry villagers,

Locally and nationally there is a huge amount of planning going on in our health service to prepare ourselves for the rapidly increasing number of people with covid-19. 

As a community, we are best placed to look after one another in these challenging times and we all need to stay well in the process.

These are my top tips for us to stay well as a village. 

- Regular thorough hand washing is vital. 
- I would urge you to minimise social contact from now. We need to slow the transmission in this phase. 
- do not spend time with anyone who has symptoms 
- think about other ways you can keep in contact with people and check on each other’s wellbeing - phone, Skype etc
- if you are self- isolating or if you are unwell, let your neighbours know. Ask for help collecting provisions including prescriptions or for help with online shopping, and those that deliver should leave on the doorstep.
- if you are able to help your neighbours, think about who you can let know. Can we have a group of people who can be contacted (by phone) if someone needs help?
- could we have volunteers to comfort call those who are staying indoors?

Kington surgery website will have regular updates about the surgery and a link in the next couple of days to a central Herefordshire website with patient information. Kington Surgery is open. We are reducing footfall through the surgery to protect the frail, unwell and vulnerable who we must see, so we are speaking to many people on the phone. If you have a long term condition and need advice on keeping well, or managing if you are self isolating, we are happy to advise. 

These are special and unprecedented circumstances. Whilst I do not want to create panic, it is important that we all take this seriously and do not underestimate the importance of following advice. 

I will keep you as up to date as I can.

Warmest wishes and stay safe

Dr Lauren Parry

 

you are aware of any local residents not on the website please ask them to contact me via email or phoning  01544370649 

rsterry@btinternet.com,

 Kington Medical practice :www.kingtonmedicalpractice.co.uk

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Documents or Links

07-08-2019 at 3:46 PM

Royal Oak Inn

The "shop" will be open between 11.30 and 12.30, and a range of basic groceries is available. 

Sarah at the "Oak' sent the website the following message  

Please could you let people know that I have managed to get milk and a few other items delivered to set up little shop which will be served through the window of the pub. Once I find out who needs what I can add to it.
It will be available from 11.30 today. If you could also add my number people can call.
Hope this is of some help to everyone 
Thanks Sarah 

Phone 01544 370586

 

 Royal Oak Inn  (opening hours) (click to open) 

Steak Night (click to open)

 

01-10-2018 at 6:23 PM

111 Emergency Calls in Powys

12-07-2017 at 11:33 AM

Revised Powys Recycling Rules

An update concerning changes in refuse collection days - WATCH THIS SPACE - nothing determined yet

Waste & Recycling October '17 (click to open)

The rules for use of the Recycling Centres, and their times of opening have been revised and extended.

Powys Recycling (click to open)

14-11-2017 at 4:52 PM

Pop in Cafe at Gladestry Village Hall and also the Playgroup closed for now

 

Cafe will be closed until the Corona virus epidemic is over

Come along to the Pop in Cafe at the Village Hall every Monday morning 10 -11 o'clock

 Enjoy tea/coffee and friendly company.

All welcome.

Entry £2.  All proceeds to local charities.

15-01-2018 at 1:59 PM

Defibrillator

The defibrillator is now functioning, & installed in the old telephone box.

 

03-09-2016 at 2:05 PM

Table Tennis in the Village Hall

 

There are two Table Tennis tables in the Village Hall available for resident's use.

The key holder for the Hall is Marlene Evans, tel. 370646 ; <marlene.evans@hotmail.co.uk>, and she can be contacted if anyone wishes to organise a session at any time.

There would be a nominal charge for table hire, such as £1.00 for adults,50p for <16 year olds

06-05-2016 at 9:37 AM

Gladestry Active Community Fund

 

The GACF was set up in November 2003 in order to administer the money still left in the Millennium Fund. A constitution was agreed, and the following objectives defined: - To stimulate and support activities, events and projects within the Gladestry Community Council area. - To aim to use the fund as a sort of seed capital for projects, whereby if a profit is made, some reimbursement is requested, but is not a requirement.

Village Information

       

Mobile Post Office

A reminder that this calls on Wednesdays afternoons 3‐4 pm, and Thursday mornings 9‐10 am. Use it or lose it!

 

    

 

Useful contacts

Offa's Dyke National Trail

Brilley-pc.gov.uk 

Presteigne Town website

New Radnor Community Council

Kington Town Council​ 

Old Radnor Community Council 

Village Events

     

Kington Choir

Kington Primary School

06-02-2020 at 4:14 PM

Thursday rehearsals

Love Singing (click to open)

Brilley Flicks in the Sticks All flicks cancelled until end of August due to Conovid19

All flicks cancelled until end of August due to Conovid19

Brilley Village Hall

16-03-2020 at 6:20 PM

 Owing to 

Brilley Flicks in the Sticks (click to open) 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                             

W.I. Meetings

Gladestry Village Hall

17-03-2020 at 7:30 PM

MEETINGS CANCELLED FOR APRIL & MAY

Next Meeting Tuesday March 17th at 7.30pm

W.I.Programme for 2020 (click to open)

Please contact Sian Derrick, Secretary for details on 01544 370700

Huntington Church Events

Huntington Village Hall

04-04-2020 at 7:30 PM

This season's Events in Huntington

Talks on April 4th, and May 9th have both been postponed.

Huntington Events (click to open)

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