Glasshouses Village Association Newsletter

Distributed to all residents of Glasshouses and our friends and neighbours in Blazefield and Wilsill

 

 

Chairman Chris Thompson. (idtchris@gmail.com)

Secretary Wendy Foster. (wvfoster@btinternet.com)

Treasurer Gaynor Hall. (gayn.hall@btinternet.com)

Website http://www.glasshousesvillage.org

 

Well this year is certainly not what wed been planning. With Mayday and other events cancelled due to Coronavirus and with many folks in lockdown and shielding, it has been tough on many of us.

 

However, as always, our amazing community has pulled together to support each other in so many different ways. From folks getting shopping for each other, to being phone buddies, thank you to everyone.

 

Looking to the remaining events planned for this year, announcements will be made on the website and on the notice board. Use of the website is to avoid exposing our newsletter distributors to Coronavirus risk.

 

The website is: www.glasshousesvillage.org

 

If you have a smartphone, tablet, or iPad, just point its camera at this QR code to go to the website:

 

 

Pateley Car Parking Permits

 

Pateley Bridge Town Council will be selling the usual car parking permits from Pateley Bridge Memorial Hall tomorrow 18th July. The price the usual 12 for two cars. The Hall will be open from 10.15AM to 4.15PM.

 

A strict social distancing system and other COVID safe measure will be in place. Please enter by the main entrance. We suggest your take a pen with you to put your registration numbers on the permit. Please note: if you have any symptoms of, or think you may have, COVID-19, please do NOT attend.

 

Changes To The Mobile Post Office Times

 

The times that the mobile Post Office will visit the Village Green have changed. It will now arrive an hour earlier at 12.40pm leaving at 13.25pm.

 

Looking Ahead

 

We just dont know when the government will say it is safe to resume our traditional events like Proms On The Green, and Carols On The Green. We will keep you posted on the website and the notice board. In these uncertain times, stay safe, stay well.