Important information about Parish Meetings
Meetings in person are permitted from the 19th July 2021. These meetings will be held at the Hooper Hall with ventilation, social distancing and those present will be asked to wear masks when not seated .
Members of the public wish to attend meetings are requested to register their attendance with the clerk in advance of the meeting
Terms of delegation which include responses to consultation on planning applications have been agreed up to the 31st March 2022
Notice of meetings is published on the Parish Council web site on the Tuesday of the week preceding the meeting date.
Should you wish to communicate with the Parish Council please call the Clerk on 01963 364276. You can also e-mail the Clerk at firstname.lastname@example.org or use the Lydlinch Parish Council web site contact page.
Information on Covid 19
This section contains links to important information available during the Covid 19 pandemic. These are links to external websites.
This section contains links to important services available. These are links to external websites.
Reporting a problem or emergency about a road or pavement
An emergency on the highway is defined as something that will cause, or has already caused, damage to a person or property. This includes:
- damage caused to the highway by an accident
- obstructions/debris/hazards on the highway which could cause an accident
- significant flooding of the highway
- oil spillages significant enough to cause a road hazard
Problems on roads and pavements
Problems with a road or pavement that do not constitute an emergency as defined by Dorset Highways include:
- abandoned vehicles
- traffic lights and pedestrian crossings
Community Transport Services
Community Transport can help you to make essential journeys to places like the hospital, doctors, dentists and opticians. Some services offer transport for shopping and social trips. The Dorset Council website has a helpful directory of available community transport schemes.