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Covid_19 pandemic

In these difficult times the Parish Council has set-up a neighbours help scheme to support anyone who is self-isolating. You should have received a flyer through your door with details of a contact person who will help with shopping, collecting medication etc. If you haven't received this please contact the Clerk (Deborah) on 01933 663918 or email

clerk@cogenhoeandwhiston-pc.gov.uk

If you are concerned about the symptoms of the coronavirus please visit the NHS website below or if you do not have internet access call 111. DO NOT GO TO YOUR GP SURGERY OR HOSPITAL UNLESS TOLD TO DO SO BY A MEDICAL PRACTITIONER.

https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus-covid-19/

Those requiring help are asked to call the support line on the following number. 0300 126 1000 (option 5). Individuals can also email nccg.communityresilience.covid19@nhs.net and ask for help.

Local Elections - postponed until May 2021

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-51876269

Latest News

Support for South Northamptonshire businesses up and running

Support for South Northamptonshire businesses up and running

An online system through which businesses can apply for grants during the Coronavirus emergency, has been launched by South Northamptonshire Council (SNC).The grant support scheme is aimed mainly at supporting small businesses which were forced to close by the UK Government.To apply, and to read the Governments FAQs on the scheme, visit - www.southnorthants.gov.uk/COVID-19-business-grants.SNC is set to distribute more than £17 million from the scheme and estimates that over 1,500 businesses could benefit.Cllr Peter Rawlinson, SNC's portfolio holder for finance, performance and governance, said: "We know businesses across the district are feeling the strain and I want them to know we are doing everything we can to support them."A £10,000 grant will be paid by us to all businesses which are in receipt of Small Business Rates Relief or Rural Rate relief.Businesses which are in receipt of the Enhanced Retail Discount for 2020/21 and have a rateable value of up to £15,000 which are not covered by the Small Business Grant Fund, will also receive a grant of £10,000.Retail Leisure and Hospitality business properties with a rateable value of up to £50,999 will receive a grant of £25,000.Businesses will be eligible for a grant on more than one property, providing certain criteria are met. A separate form must be completed for each property that may be eligible for a grant.The application must be completed by the Business Ratepayer and a bank statement dated within the last three months will be required to support the information provided.If the ratepayer is a company or partnership, it should be completed by a company director or one of the partners in the firm.ENDFor press and media enquiries, contact:Gavin MooreSenior Communications OfficerSouth Northamptonshire Council01327 322312

Posted: Tue, 07 Apr 2020 15:03 by Deborah Rush

Cogenhoe Village Chatter - Issue 3

Cogenhoe Village Chatter - Issue 3

Issue 3 of Cogenhoe Village Chatter can be downloaded from the Parish Council website.

All previous issues can also be found on the website.

Posted: Mon, 06 Apr 2020 18:07 by Jeremy Cunnington

Neighbourhood Watch Our News Special Edition Enewsletter Published

Neighbourhood Watch Our News Special Edition Enewsletter Published

Dear Neighbourhood Watch supporters,

We continue to think about you all at this difficult time. In response we hope you have been able to connect with your neighbours to support each other through this crisis.

At Neighbourhood Watch we have seen a 25% increase in membership. We have published a special edition of 'Our News' (the e-newsletter for Neighbourhood Watch supporters) to welcome our new members, look at how Neighbourhood Watch brings communities together, ways existing groups are supporting their communities through the COVID-19 pandemic and more things you can do such as establishing a phone tree, and how to avoid and report crimes and scams. More »

Read the e-newsletter by following this link or viewing it on our website.

Keep safe, stay at home.

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