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Infection Control To keep visitors and staff as safe as possible, we are open during our normal hours but we are asking people not to come to the surgery in person. Instead, people can contact us by phone on 01273 000544 for all enquiries, appointments and repeat prescriptions. If we do ask you to come in person, we have made arrangements to keep everyone safely distanced. The Broadway Surgery is doing the same. Lloyds Pharmacy is also open.
Meetings of full council and committees need to be considered to ensure that they are necessary and proportionate and that all steps are taken to minimise risk.
Attendance by the public will be restricted to the numbers that can be accommodated safely taking the advice from Public Health England.
The public will be encouraged to watch proceedings via webcast and those wanting to ask questions, present petitions or deputations will be advised the need to minimise attendance in person and offered the option of questions, petitions, deputations being taken as read, receiving written responses.
You can look at the calendar of meetings for more information about recent or upcoming committees and to find out if they are being held.
Tuesday 10th December Whitehawk Library 2pm - 6pm Free entry for all to attractions that include: * Lantern making Workshop * Festive Refreshments * Gift Stalls from a range of local businesses * Father Christmas * Festive Singing * and much more…….
Soup and stomp October Half Term: Join the Healthy Lifestyles Team for this popular, low cost family event. Get creatwe wlth Halloween themed arts and crafts, as a famrly, prepare the vegetables needed for the soup and then head out on a ‘stomp’ to your local green space. Once you’re back, enjoy
New Youth Cafe coming to Whitehawk. Opens at Hawks Cafe (in the Whitehawk Hub) on Thursday 7th November 3.30-7pm. Great partnership between TDC and Hawks (SES)
Friends of Whitehawk Hill - Next Conservation Work Days Sun Oct 20th 10 - 2 Tues Oct 22nd 10 - 4 Meet at the information board at the top of the main slope just north of the top of Manor Hill.
Follow these tips to help keep everyone happy and safe this Halloween
If you have teenagers:
• Make sure they don’t have access to fireworks, alcohol, eggs or flour
.• Explain why they must not play tricks on strangers
.• Tell them that if nobody answers the door, or a ‘No trick or treat’ sign is on display, they must leave immediately
.• Remind them to stay with their friends and make sure they know that they should never enter the home of a stranger.
If you do not want to be disturbed by trick or treaters this Halloween, download and print out a copy of the “No Trick Or Treat” poster to display by your front door by clicking the image.
Sunday 21 July 11am–5pm CELEBRATING THE WILDLIFE, HISTORY AND AMAZING WATER FILTERING PROPERTIES OF OUR CHALK DOWNLAND
■ Giant wildlife colouring wall ■ Sheep to meet and stroke ■ Virtual reality booth ■ Birds of prey demonstrations ■ Storytelling beside a shepherds hut
■ Minibeast hunting and wildlife spotting ■ Stone Age re-enactment ■ Many other family activities and stalls ■ Hot/cold drinks and snacks
Did You know:
that if you live in the BN2 5 Postcode (includes the
Whitehawk, Manor Farm, and Bristol Estates) that You are automatically a member of Due East Neighbourhood Council?
that DueEast Neighbourhood Concil is recognised (by
the City Council and other Statutory Authorities) as the representative organisation for this area?