A message about Ickenham Village Hall Association

We thought this might be of interest to some of you:

Message to all members of Ickenham Village Hall Association.

Dear all

The Ickenham Village Hall AGM scheduled for 30th April 2020 has been postponed.

The Committee are currently in the process of updating their membership database and now have a dedicated membership e mail:-

ivhmembership@yahoo.com

On behalf of the Village Hall Committee could I ask that any members of the Village Hall Association contact us via the above e mail, please include your name and address.

We plan to electronically circulate a copy of last year’s AGM (and any future Village Hall communication of relevance).

Now for the legal bit:-

General Data Protection Regulations

Under the General Data Protection Regulations it is necessary for Ickenham Village Hall Association to inform members that their name, home and e mail address will be kept on a computer database. This information will be used exclusively for the Association’s benefit and will not be disclosed to any third party. Any member not wishing to be recorded in this manner should e mail the Membership Secretary, who will arrange to have them deleted from the database.

Kind Regards

Cavin Higgins

Chairman

Waste collection, parking and other LBH Coronavirus stuff

Coronavirus links from Hillingdon Council

Advice page at: www.hillingdon.gov.uk/article/3745/Latest-advice-on-coronavirus

Links to all sorts of help pages including advice about household and garden waste and recycling and the introduction of free parking.

Here are some extracts:

Parkingwww.hillingdon.gov.uk/article/4465/Parking-charges-and-permits

To support our residents, we have decided to introduce a free emergency parking permit that residents can obtain during this period which allows them to park in the parking management scheme where they live. This is to reflect the higher than normal number of residents’ vehicles that are being parked on residential streets.

We have also removed charges and time limits from all council public car parks and pay and display bays to provide additional parking capacity for residents and key workers.

Rubbish and recycling www.hillingdon.gov.uk/coronavirus-rubbish-and-recycling

We are currently operating all services as normal; however, as we prioritise general waste and dry mixed recycling collections, your weekly garden waste service may be affected.

We will continue to collect your food waste on your normal collection day, even if we are unable to collect your garden waste.

If your garden waste is not collected, please leave your bags at the edge of your property and we will collect them as soon as possible.

 

There’s much more information on all three pages. Well worth a visit.

Safer Neighbourhood Teams and COVID19: Update

Community Engagements

Further to our message earlier today that it was business as usual, a decision has been made to cancel all our advertised crime prevention stalls, and contact sessions. This decision has been made with the safety of all in mind, and to follow in line with the Government guidance on social interaction. That said we will still be on the streets, and will continue to Police your community to the best of our ability.

Stay safe

Safer Neighbourhood Teams and COVID19

Business as usual for ALL Safer Neighbourhood Teams

This notice is just to inform residents the Safer Neighbourhood Teams will continue working and operating as usual.  All advertised Drop In Surgeries, Crime Prevention Stands will continue at present, you will be notified of any changes.

In light of COVID19 precautions will be engaged during all community engagements.  We are not asking residents to come out especially to speak to us.  There are many ways you can make contact with your Safer Neighbourhood Teams.    If you click on the link below it will take you directly to the Met Police web site.

https://www.met.police.uk/a/your-area/

28th March URC Jumble Sale cancelled

URC Spring Jumble Sale OFF!

The sale scheduled for Saturday 28th March has been cancelled, for reasons that will be obvious.  Please do not bring donations for sale to the church on 27th March as previously requested but if possible keep them until we are able to resume our programme.  However, we have a limited amount of storage space, so if you have quality items that you are not able to keep please ring Richard Piper on 01895 634348 for possible collection.  Any shortfall in revenue that we have will not only be detrimental to the work of the church but also our external charities for the year: End Youth Homelessness, Dementia UK, Parkinson’s UK and Toybox.  Thank you for your continuing support!

Richard Piper