SLDC Hospitality and Leisure Omicron business grants are now open.
The application process is now open for grants to businesses in South Lakeland affected by the Omicron variant of coronavirus. Find out more here
Storm Arwen recovery and payments for loss of power
Did you know you might be able to claim for any loss of power? Read this document to find out more about recovery and claiming.
Newsletter no. 6
The latest issue of our community newsletter is available to download.
The Parish Plan – September 2021 Update
After distributing by hand a copy of the Parish Plan questionnaire to all residential properties within the Parish we received 35 returns by either online submission or a printed hard copy. We then had to input the hard copy responses by hand, matching the format of online submissions, to obtain a consistent and accurate document derived from the total of all responses.
One of our Councillors has put together a summary of our thoughts and conclusions of your responses and we would very much like to share this with you here.
Additionally and to provide transparency about what we are trying to achieve we also would like to share with you a summary of all responses with identity information removed.
Please take a look at both documents and let us know your thoughts through the Parish Clerk.
We are now thinking of how we can construct the Parish Plan itself. We would very much welcome any parishioner(s) with an interest in joining in to help.
How to join the mailing list and find out about the plans for 2022
Handy Person Scheme in South Lakeland
A service for making small repairs and providing assistance to elderly or vulnerable householders in South Lakeland is now available. Please take a look at the information here.
Do you use Facebook? The surgery at Haverthwaite have joined Facebook to help share news from the practice.
Spotted a problem for our parish lengthsman? Contact the Parish Clerk with as much detail as possible.
Unlawful use of off-road motorbikes
The Parish Council is continuing to receive multiple reports of a large increase in the number of motorbikes riding unlawfully on footpaths and across designated land particularly in the area between Great Burney and Beacon Tarn and now on Lowick Common. Riders have also been observed riding on the highway illegally.
A great deal of damage is being done to the landscape and there are reports of walkers being intimidated. We still strongly encourage residents to report these events to the Police – the more reports received the more time will be devoted to curtailing this destructive activity.