DUNHOLME VILLAGE

DUNHOLME PARISH COUNCIL

DUNHOLME PARISH COUNCIL


Dunholme Parish Council:-

 

Dunholme Parish is in the district of West Lindsey and the county of Lincolnshire.
The Parish Council has nine elected Councillors

 

For information contact: -


Dunholme Parish Council Contact Details


Clerk: Mrs Laura Richardson


Address: 20 Monckton Way, Dunholme, Lincoln, LN2 3QL


Telephone Number: 01673 862738


Email Address clerk@dunholme-pc.gov.uk


Website address: www.parishes.lincolnshire.gov.uk/dunholme  


The Parish Council Meeting will be  


 in the Jubilee Room of the Village Hall.

 

If you have any issues you wish to bring to Councillors attention or any ideas you would like to put forward, why not come along and join in. 



* PARISH COUNCIL NOTICES *


Dunholme Parish Council

A remote meeting of Dunholme Parish Council took place on Monday 1st February 2021

Cleaner required

The Parish Council are looking to employ a cleaner for the sports pavilion and play areas – it will be for a minimum of 1.5 hours a week, to include weekly cleaning of the changing rooms and toilet facilities and biweekly spraying of the play area equipment whilst necessary during the Covid-19 pandemic.

The Council are happy to look at this on an employed or self-employed basis.

It is hoped that can position can be filled from March/April 2021.

If you would like any further information, please contact the Clerk.

 

War Memorial maintenance

Whilst out for a walk with my family we had a sit next to the church, looking towards the war memorial.  It is starting to look a little dirty and so quotes and funding to clean it are being investigated.  A quote has been received and a preliminary application for funding has been submitted.

 

Flooding in the village

The Parish Council are aware of several flooding issues within the village.  Please be assured that we are communicating with the necessary external bodies to try and alleviate these issues as soon as possible.

 

Kennington Close Play Area Improvements

A quote has been accepted for new fencing on Kennington Close play area to separate the play park from the playing field.  This will ensure that younger children or people that are wary of dogs can still use the equipment happily.  New metal fencing will also replace the old wooden kissing gate on the Wentworth Drive die of the park.

Whilst dogs can use the playing field area, please ensure they do not enter the play park area.  And please make sure you are picking up after your dog as well.

The lovely Beverley is also digging and seeding a new wildflower patch at the bottom of the field, next to the A46 fence.  Hopefully, this will add a splash of colour and if successful will be looked at for other parts of the village.

 

Overgrown hedges

There has been a lot of reports lately about overgrown hedges going over the boundary of people’s properties.  All hedges reported to the Parish Council are passed onto the relevant highways department.  However, residents are encouraged to report these themselves as well, either via email/telephone or through the fixmystreet website/app.  Doing it this way, updates are sent to you as and when they are undertaken.

 

Going forward with Covid-19 restrictions

Play areas can remain open for exercise only purposes – please ensure that social distancing and hand washing guidelines are followed.  We are washing down the high traffic areas on a regular basis to help keep you safe.

Litter picker – Our litter picker is still out working as she cannot work from home and is a lone worker, therefore she is able to continue.  When you see her out and about please feel free to give her a wave but do remember social distancing regulations.  She does a great job.

 

Vacant Seats

There are currently 2 vacant seats on the Parish Council – if you are interested in joining us, please contact the Clerk for further information.

 

Useful Information

Clerks contact details – Laura Richardson, 01673 862738, clerk@dunholme-pc.gov.uk

Next meeting date – Monday 1st March 2021 at 7.30pm via zoom.

 

 

Census 2021 is coming ………

 

The census is coming. By taking part, you can help inform decisions on services that shape your community, such as healthcare, education, and transport. The census is a unique survey that happens every 10 years. It gives us a snapshot of all the people and households in England and Wales – the most detailed information we have about our society.

 

It is important that you fill in your census questionnaire. Without the information you share, it would be more difficult to understand your community’s needs and to plan and fund public services. In one way or another, your information touches the lives of every single person living in England and Wales, whether it is through using census information to plan new schools, doctors’ surgeries, or bike lanes.

 

Because these things matter to us all, everyone needs to complete the census. Do not worry, government officials dealing with applications you have made or payments or services you receive cannot see it. The Office for National Statistics (ONS) runs the census in England and Wales and is independent from government. Your details are protected by law and information published is always anonymous.

 

 Census Day is Sunday 21 March 2021. You can fill yours in online as soon as you get your access code in the post. If your household circumstances change on Census Day, you can let the ONS know. Everyone should have the support they need to fill in the census. If you, or anyone you know, needs help, there is a wide range of support services available. These include a contact centre that can give you help over the phone and guidance in a range of languages and accessible formats, including paper questionnaires and large print. If you need help or have any questions, visit www.census.gov.uk

 

As and when further information is available, the Council will update their website and Facebook pages as well as the Parish Council noticeboard, outside Dunholme CO-OP Store

 

 

West Lindsey Council Elections Dunholme and Welton - results

Election Candidate

Party

Votes

%

 

 RODGERS, Diana Meriel

Independent

1180

26%

Elected

 ENGLAND, Steve

Conservative

865

19%

Elected

 GRIMBLE, Caralyne Margaret

Conservative

718

16%

Elected

 SWIFT, Paul

Liberal Democrats

707

15%

Not elected

 PARISH, Malcolm John William

Conservative

656

14%

Not elected

 SAWHNEY, Anjum

Independent

499

11%

Not elected



NATIONAL ELECTION RESULTS  2019 GAINSBOROUGH

Con Hold - Edward Leigh 
Majority:  17,023    Size:  75,893   Turnout:  67.8%


Why not become a Parish Councillor?

All parish council seats are due for election in 2012 when local elections are held.

What is the role of a Parish Councillor?

 To represent the ward and the views of it's residents that he or she represents at grass roots level

 ·        To work in areas of community leadership

 ·        To plan, run, develop and monitor parish council business

 ·        To always work in the public interest

How long is a term of office?

Four years unless elected at a by-election when you would serve until the next scheduled election.

Will I have time to be a councillor?

Dunholme Parish Council meet on the 3rd Wednesday of each month (except August) at 7.30pm in the Village Hall.

How much will I get paid?

There is great reward to be gained by serving your community at grass roots level, though unfortunately there is no provision for a parish councillor to be paid. You may be reimbursed for expenses. There is a limit to how much may be claimed.

For further information on the legal qualifications and procedure for becoming a Parish Councillor please contact:

Mrs Laura Richardson
20 Monckton Way
Dunholme
Lincoln
LN2 3QL 
Tel:  01673 862738
e-mail: dunholmepc@btinternet.com 


DUNHOLME PARISH COUNCIL


The Dunholme Parish councillors are elected to serve on the council every four years. 


Meetings are held every month except August and are held on the third Wednesday of each month in the Jubilee room of the Dunholme Village Hall starting at 7.30pm.  Members of the public may attend these meetings. The first 15 minutes are open to any parishioner to put questions to the council.  After that no discussion by the public is allowed while the meeting is in progress.

COUNCILLORS CURRENTLY SERVING
 

Cllr Tony Pache (Chairman)

Cllr Nick Rodgers (Vice Chairman)

Cllr Dr Karen Savage, 

Cllr Sarah Keetley, 

Cllr Chloe Keetley  

Cllr Dan Rimmer.  

Cllr Matt Burre.

Cllr Amjum Sawhney


LOCAL GOVERNMENT

Lincolnshire County Councillor:- 

 Sue Rawlin 01673 885545


West Lindsey District Councillor:-

Cllr Diane Rodgers

Cllr Steve England

Cllr Caralyne Grimble


NATIONAL GOVERNMENT

Your Member of Parliament is

Right Honorable Sir Edward Leigh MP

Contact:
House of Commons
LONDON
SW1A 0AA
Tel 02072196480

Or in the constituancy:
28 Queen Steet
Market Rasen
Tel: 01673849003