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Smannell Parish Council

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A Casual Vacancy exists on the Smannell Parish Council and details of the vacancy can be viewed below:

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Hampshire County Council - Consultation on Proposed Changes to Libraries

Hampshire County Council is asking people who live, work and study in Hampshire to have their say on proposed changes to library services.

A 10-week public consultation opened on 9 January 2020 asking for your views on:

  • the emerging vision for Hampshire’s libraries to 2025;
  • the level of need for library services in specific local communities;
  • proposed changes to library services and the potential impacts; and
  • any alternatives that respondents may wish to propose.

The consultation is open until Wednesday 18 March 2020. Feedback received will inform decisions to be made by the Executive Member for Recreation and Heritage in summer 2020. No decisions will be made on any of these proposals until people have had the opportunity to give their views.

If you know others who would like to take part, they too can have their say, by visiting hants.gov.uk/library-consultation or filling in a printed copy from any Hampshire County Council library. Alternative formats are available on request.

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At the 2 September 2019 Parish Council meeting, a presentation was given by SEE on useful information and tips in the event of a power cut.  The leaflets that were given out at that meeting are also available below. The first leaflet below provides useful guidance and help on keeping warm and saving money.

The second leaflet provides details on organising a Household Emergency Plan.  If a major emergency happens, it may be some time before help arrives.  It is very important that you and your family get together to prepare. The advice from SEE is to agree a plan in advance with those in your home and complete the template contained in the document by way of a planin advance with those in your home. Complete the template together and keep it safe in case you need it to use it.

The final document provides details of the Priority Servies Register. This is a service which provides additional help to people who need it most  If you are eligible and meet the conditions as set out in the document, you should consider contacting the SEE and other utiltities on the numbers contained in the document.