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.
Notice of Public Rights 2019_2020
MPC Expenditure 2019_2020
Certificate of Exemption 2019_2020
Accounting Statement 2019_2020
MPC Variation 2019_2020
MPC Variation Explanation 2019_2020 – Box 3
MPC Variation Explanation 2019_2020 – Box 4
MPC Variation Explanation 2019_2020 – Box 6
Annual Governance Statement 2019_2020
Annual Internal Audit Report 2019_2020
We now have a new Website Groups page on here called “Marton Nature”. You can also find it in the top menu on this site (see above). Below is an example of the photos taken.
These butterflies will be present in your gardens soon and some will already be there! What are they? Which plants do they love in your garden?
And what about these birds? What are they? Can you identify them?
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.
Rugby Borough Council
Latest information from the government and NHS, and essential service updates.
Warwickshire County Council
Coronavirus Information & Guidance.
Public Health England
FAQs that will be updated regularly.
Community Led Support Groups – Warwickshire
A directory of the local ‘community led support activity’ that has emerged across Warwickshire in response to the global crisis.
Mental Health Advice
Information from Warwickshire County Council for individuals to support their emotional and mental wellbeing through this situation.
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.
In January the Group were given a fascinating talk by Judy Frodsham, pictured, about the parish’s civil war records. Highlights of this talk can be seen at this link.
The next meeting is on February 24th at 7.30pm in the village hall. At this meeting there will be a performance of “From this ground” by Michael Luntley. This performance includes stories, poems and folk songs of belonging, identity and migration, drawing on the experiences of agricultural workers in late Nineteenth Century Warwickshire. As usual, all are welcome, entrance fee £3, including a glass of wine.
In November the Group were given an entertaining talk by Graham Sutherland, pictured, entitled “Stand and Deliver”, about the truths and myths of highway robbers.
The next meeting is on January 27th at 7.30pm in the village hall. At this meeting Judy Frodsham will talk about what can be learnt about Marton from the Civil War records. As usual, all are welcome, entrance fee £3, including a glass of wine.
In October the Group were given a fascinating talk by Pieta Greaves, pictured, about the Church’s zinc sign restoration. A summary of this talk is available here.
The next meeting is on November 18th at 7.30pm in the village hall. We have a well-known local and very entertaining speaker, Graham Sutherland, who will give a talk about Highwaymen. As usual, all are welcome, entrance fee £3, including a glass of wine.