Please click on the link below for the agenda for the Marton Parish Council Online Zoom Meeting on Tuesday 8 September at 19.00pm. Please email the Parish Clerk – Clerk@martonvillage.com for the online meeting details. Agenda September 2020
In line with Covid-19 Government guidelines, outdoor playgrounds and gyms were included in list of facilities that would be allowed to open from the 4th July if they are safe, as lockdown measures will be relaxed across England.
Marton Parish Council will be re-opening the play area and adult gym from Saturday 4th July (tomorrow).
However, for the facilities to open safely we are asking residents, parents and carers to take reasonable precautions: If you are in an ‘at risk’ category you are advised not to use the equipment
Use hand sanitiser before, during and after using the play area
Use your own wipes/spray to clean touch points on equipment
Maintain social distancing at all times
Come back later if the playground is busy
Take your litter home and dispose of wipes, masks and gloves responsibly
Wash your hands thoroughly when you get home
Please avoid eating and touching your face if possible during your visit.
If you or anyone in your household have signs of Covis-19 you should self-isolate and seek advice at NHS.uk/coronavirus.
Please also be aware, if you plan to visit on Sunday 5 July, as part of our growing together grant a small group of volunteers will be installing some raised beds in the play area from 1.30pm.
The coronavirus situation is fast-moving and there is an increasing amount of misinformation online. We should be using government advice to inform decisions and be checking that advice regularly.
National – Government Guidance The government’s main source of advice on coronavirus includes information on the social distancing alongside a wide range of other information. https://www.gov.uk/coronavirus
Please use the following resources to share information about the Coronavirus COVID-19 symptoms and help available from Marton Parish Council. The notes are designed so you can print and cut the sheet to drop one half into each immediate neighbour, including a blank for them to also fill in and pass on if they wish.