People in Rolleston-on-Dove are being urged to book a coronavirus test after a surge in cases in the village. The area is reporting a seven-day infection rate greater than 500 per 100,000 people, compared to a rate of fewer than 190 per 100,000 people across East Staffordshire.
To help curb the spread of infection in the area, everyone who lives in Rolleston-on-Dove is being directed to the nearest local testing site is at Burton Town Hall.
People must book their test online at www.nhs.uk/coronavirus or by calling 119, and when asked the reason for booking a test, select “My local council or health protection team has asked me (or someone I live with) to get a test, even though I do not have symptoms.”
A community testing site will also be open at Rolleston Scout Group in Station Road, between 09.30 – 11.30 on Saturday (31 October), for anyone who is unable to travel into Burton. Appointments must be booked via the county council website, with slots made available from Thursday morning.
Please be patient, it can take some time to get an appointment.
A vacancy has arisen on the Parish Council. Please see below for details:
ESBC Notice of Casual Vacancy
A new web site for those interested in local walks has just gone live. Rollestonondovelocalwalks.co.uk offers 10 walks all starting at the Lychgate of Rolleston Church. The first five are on footpaths in the parish whilst the next five go further afield into Anslow, Tutbury and Hatton. In these unusual Covid times walking is one of the best ways to stay fit and active so the authors hope that many local people will try out the walks and enjoy them. The authors can be contacted at email@example.com and any feedback, positive or negative, would be appreciated so that the site can be improved over time.
The following documents are open for consultation. Full details about how to respond are contained within the documents.
MHCLG-Planning-Consultation – Planning for the Future
We are pleased to announce that the mobile library service will be recommencing its’ service from Monday 17thAugust.
The service will operate to a revised timetable on a fortnightly basis.
We will be using an ‘order and collect service’ similar to the branch libraries that are already open.
The first visit will be focussed on customers returning their books and picking up an order form to complete and return to us in advance of the next visit.
Timetable: Mobile Library Timetable 8.20
Bellway have advised that they will be laying tarmac between 22nd – 27th July (4 days). This may mean an increase in traffic but all will be kept within the current hours of operation where possible. All current procedures will still be in place including road cleaning and marshalling.
The car park at Craythorne will reopen during the day time only from tomorrow morning (at approximately 8 am). The car park will close at 9 pm and will be locked around this time so please remove your vehicle beforehand. Should your vehicle get locked inside the car park you will be able retrieve it at approximately 8 am the following day.
Play parks across the country re-open from today. Please take care when using and follow the advice in the attached notice.
2020 07 02 Re-opening Play Areas – Covid-19 poster
It is with regret that the Parish Council have had to make the difficult decision to temporarily close the car park at Craythorne with effect from this Sunday, 28 June. We apologise to those this will inconvenience but it has unfortunately become unavoidable. We will keep this under constant review and update should the situation change. The field will be open as normal. However it will now be monitored by East Staffordshire Enforcement Officers and the Police who will be issuing fixed penalty notices to those found littering or taking appropriate action for other offences.