The NHS have set up a new scheme to help those who need it most through COVID-19.
The NHS Volunteer Responders scheme has been set up to support the NHS during the COVID-19 outbreak. To do this they need volunteers to support the 1.5 million in England who are most at risk to stay well.
To find out how you can help follow the link:
Ingatestone and Fryerning Parish Council are delighted to announce that Ingatestone has been recognised as one of the 'Best places to live in the east' a list created by The Times.
Ingatestone was recognised by the national paper alongside Epping, West Mersea and Dedham Valley to make up the Essex selection for this prestigious list.
We would definitely have to agree that Ingatestone is one of the best place to live in the East.
If you would like to read the full article then follow the link below to find out more about what makes Ingatestone so special
IFPC have today come to the decision to follow government advice and close the play areas at Fairfield.
These measures have had to been enforced due to the COVID-19 outbreak.
Please respect the closure of the area for your safety and those around you.
Ingatestone and Fryerning Parish Council have collated a list of 'How to keep busy during isolation' tips.
We would like to thank GOV.UK, Mind UK and Age UK who we have sourced this information from.
A paper version of this amongst additional information will be delivered to each household over the next couple of days
To access the full guide please click the link below:
How to keep busy during isolation
Please, look out for your neighbours
IFPC hold meeting with a local resident creating an action plan for how the council can support residents through COVID-19.
During this unsettling time the council held a meeting with a local resident on how we can support you all.
Details will be released in the next couple of days of the tips and guidance we can give you on how to look after yourself safely as well as others
Please especially at the moment look out for your neighbours
The Seymour Pavilion coffee morning has been cancelled until the earliest point of April.
We will keep you all updated as to when the next coffee morning will be held but April is the starting point of postponement.
We hope you can understand why we have had to take these measures
We hope to see you all soon
Essex County Council has created a great way in which you can volunteer to help during these difficult times.
Please if you can help the most vulnerable members in our local community and join the Essex Coronavirus Action group.
Follow the Facebook page and sign up to volunteer using the links below
Individuals - Individuals Volunteer Sign-Up
Businesses- Businesses Volunteer Sign-Up
IFPC have made the decision to cancel all meetings until April 30.
Due to the recent COVID-19 outbreak the council has made the decision to cancel all meetings in this period.
We hope you understand the need to take these measures due to public safety.
Please especially at the moment, look out for your neighbours.
Ingatestone and Fryerning Parish Council have this week begun work experience with a group of lower sixth form students.
The council have begun work experience with a group of Anglo European students in response to the recent COVID-19 outbreak.
The council has offered the students the chance to learn more about the roles that local government play in the community and how it impacts them.
Cllr Winter has tasked the students with creating an accessibility audit for our High Street businesses.
At the end of the week the students will make a presentation of their findings to teaching staff and some of our councillors.
Ingatestone and Fryerning Parish Council has approved the new 2020/2021 budget.
The new budget includes plans for the upcoming projects that the council will look to work on in the next financial year including:
- A new playground for Seymour Field
- The development of a community museum
- The provision of a green burial site at Fryerning Cemetery
The associated budget can be accessed through the link below:
The associated reserves policy can be accessed through the link below:
IFPC Minimum Reserves Policy