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The Horefield Residents Association (HRA) was formed on Wednesday 25 October 2017, and was unanimously voted in by residents attending the first meeting at the Memorial Hall. The Committee members are:
Mr Edwin Watts (Chairman) 07771 728825
Mr David Neal (Secretary)
Mrs Hayley Hannah (Treasurer).
HRA Committee Meeting Minutes will be displayed on the Parish Communal Notice Boards and the village shop notice boards along with any flyers events the HRA will hold.
It is vital that everyone knows the postcode of their nearest defibrillator
For further information see our new Facilities page: Defibrillators
Patient transport survey: 16 October – 10 November 2017
Clinical Commissioning Groups across the South West are seeking views from patients on how they can provide fair access to NHS-funded non-emergency transport.
The survey is open from Monday 16 October – Friday 10 November 2017.
The aim of the survey is to help inform the development of a consistent approach to eligibility for NHS-funded patient transport. Patient transport is a non-emergency service offered to people who cannot get to their hospital appointments because their health condition impacts on their ability to use routine transport (cars/trains/buses/taxis/wheelchair taxis).
National eligibility criteria were set in 2007, however these have been subject to variation in local interpretation, agreed exclusions and the way that eligibility is applied. The aim of the Clinical Commissioning Groups is to ensure that NHS-funded non-emergency patient transport is provided in a fair way for all those who need help getting to hospital appointments.
We have an effective team of volunteers who deliver the parish newsletter to your door, but due to recent retirements and house moves, we need some replacements! If we can’t get volunteers then we’ll have to miss those houses out or pay someone (with your precept money) to get it done. Both of these would be unfortunate.
The newsletter only comes out 3 times a year and we particularly need at least:
Please contact the Parish Clerk if you are able to support us
We have received approval for two Community Speedwatch projects in Porton: 1) Winterslow Road
2) A338 Tidworth Road
2 teams of volunteers are needed and will be trained by Wiltshire Police.
Without sufficient volunteers there will be no Speedwatch.
To find out more, please contact Cllr Steven Cocking on 01980 610852 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Click below to view the Wiltshire Police flyer
The latest from Amesbury Police:
Idmiston Parish Council,
c/o Idmiston Parish Memorial Hall,
Salisbury SP4 0LB
Telephone: 07763 411 595
Or use our contact form.