Coronavirus (Covid-19): Council services update

Tuesday, March 24th, 2020
Filed under: Emergency Notice, News Item

In this challenging and fast-developing national and international situation we are reviewing the arrangements for Council services on a daily basis. Following Public Health advice all Council operated grounds maintenance, grass cutting and horticultural operations will be suspended from Tuesday, 24th March until further notice.

Our three parks- Hervines Park, Barn Meadow and King George V Playing Field remain open to the public, however the children’s play areas are now closed in the interests of public health.

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