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Update to self-isolation guidance

New guidelines from the Department of Health and Social Care have changed the self-isolation period from seven days to 10 days for people who have tested positive for COVID-19 or have symptoms of the virus.

You can read the Chief Medical Officer’s full statement here:

https://www.gov.uk/government/news/statement-from-the-uk-chief-medical-officers-on-extension-of-self-isolation-period-30-july-2020

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Forge Island walk-in testing centre now up-and-running

Rotherham’s new walk-through Covid-19 testing site at Forge Island is now open.

The facility, which is operated by the Department of Health and Social Care, is open to the public from 8am to 8pm, seven days a week for the next 12 weeks and is in addition to the drive-through site at Midland Road.

Anyone with coronavirus symptoms, however mild, or those who are concerned that they have been in contact who is COVID-19 positive, is being urged to get tested as soon as possible.

Both the new walk-in and drive through sites are operating an appointments system to ensure that tests are available for everyone who needs one.

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Village Bonfire 2020

Coming soon!

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Fun Day

Fun Day 2020 (Cancelled)

Cancelled on February 17 due to the Corona Virus.

Sunday June 14th

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Events Fun Day

Fun Day 2019

The Todwick Fun Day will take place on Sunday 9th June with all the usual activities for both mums and dads as well as children of all ages!

This year we have more of everything including entertainment such as street dance performances, Zorb balling and activities for toddlers. Come and enjoy food, drink and browse our many local craft stalls while the kids go crazy.

If you would like to exhibit at the fun day please contact Rebecca Carter, PM us direct and we’ll put you in touch or email Todwickfunday@outlook.com

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Financial Audit – Year Ended 31 March 2020

Documents relating to the Annual Governance & Accountability Return for the year ended 31 March 2020:

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Further Vandalism

It was only Wednesday that we reported acts of vandalism against the signage that’s required to open the park and yet by Friday in the same week it has happened again!

The parish council absolutely does not have the resources to deal with this vandalism.

Offenders will be reported to the police with a view to prosecution and further incidents may result in the closure of both grounds.

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Vandalism

Unfortunately we have some bad news.

The parish council have worked hard to open our recreational spaces (and in fact our spaces are now open whist others are closed) but we have experienced some mindless vandalism.

This is so disappointing.

The instruction signs (which are a requirement) have been pulled out and destroyed and left in a dangerous state. If this occurs again we will have no choice but to close the areas. It took a great deal of time, effort and cost to open the recreation ground and church playground.

If there are any other incident(s) we will have no choice but to close the grounds and keep them closed which will deprive everyone of the facility.

Please be safe and vigilant everyone.

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Recreation ground update!

Good news! In accordance with Government Guidance the Recreation Ground and Church Playground, along with its equipment is open from today! (18th July 2020)

Please remember; It is extremely important that you adhere to the “2 Metre” Social distancing rule at all times for everyone’s safety. Failure to comply may result in the grounds being closed again. Further guidance is displayed at the locations via signage. Usage of the sites and equipment indicate you have read and accepted the guidance displayed on site.

The Rec and Church Playground will be closed at 7pm each day to facilitate the equipment being disinfected for the following days use. This will be until further notice.

I’d just like to thank all the parish councilers that were involved in the work required and who have volunteered their time to be able to get these facilities open to you all as fast as possible!

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September return to school and college – travel expectations survey

Travel South Yorkshire would like to understand your plans so they can explore any public transport improvements that may need to be made to support journeys to school.

If you have a moment; please complete their short anonymous survey, which asks about your home to school / college travel needs from September, how your child travelled before COVID-19 and alternative travel options that are available. The survey is open until 12pm on Friday 7 August 2020.

https://travelsouthyorkshire.com/en-gb/journeyplanning/school-buses