Parish Council News

CORONAVIRUS APRIL 2020 (EMERGENCY FUNDS AVAILABLE)

OKEWOOD AND DISTRICT NURSING ASSOCIATION (AID IN SICKNESS FUND)
invite anyone living in the villages of Okewood, Ockley, Forest Green and Walliswood who is suffering severe financial hardship in the current crisis to please contact Welfare Officer Jane on 07814 287926 for immediate assistance. All calls treated in the strictest confidence.

CORONAVIRUS March 2020 (help for self-isolators)

Following government advice in relation to the Coronavirus, you may choose to self-isolate in the near future.

This may be because you are aged over 70, or a younger person with a health condition or feeling unwell.

If you need essential shopping, we can put you in touch with a volunteer to help.

Please contact Amanda Barclay by e-mail (ajbopc@gmail.com) or telephone (07879898807)

CORONAVIRUS March 2020 (getting priority for online delivery slots)

If you think you might be classified as extremely vulnerable you can register with the government for priority food delivery.
Visit GOV.UK and search 'Coronavirus extremely vulnerable'.
Or you may want to contact our volunteer scheme to find someone to help you with this registration process.
If you are over 70 (whether you are classified as extremely vulnerable or not), you can register to get priority on home delivery slots by calling
Sainsbury's on 0800 953 4988.

CORONAVIRUS March 2020 (general information)

please click on links / see attached for information and advice 

https://www.surreycc.gov.uk

https://www.molevalley.gov.uk

also check the Ockley Parish Council Facebook page

https://www.facebook.com/Ockley-Parish-Council-105805771032186/

help for people self isolating in Ockley - please see attached

WOOF - notes in March/April edition

please see attached

Download a pdf file: 

Future MV - draft Local Plan consultation

Ockley Parish Council has responded to the consultation - please see attached document

The draft Local Plan (called 'Future Mole Valley') sets out how development in Mole Valley will be planned over the next 15 years and identifies locations for new homes and other development, whilst continuing to protect the countryside.

Ockley Parish Council asks you to respond to this consultation.

Consultation period - 3 February to 23 March 2020

Consultation event - Friday 21 February 2020 at Ockley Village Hall, 3 to 7 pm

Surrey Prepared - Utility Loss February 2020

Surrey Prepared is made up of councils, emergency services, the Environment Agency, utility companies and the voluntary sector who work together and with communities to plan and prepared for potential emergencies.  During February Surrey Prepared will be looking at how to be prepared for and what to do in the event of utility loss.  See attached for further information.

WOOF Parish magazine articles for November/December magazine

Notes from the September meeting of the parish council together with

IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT THE POST OFFICE SERVICE AT THE PAVILION 

Download a pdf file: 

WOOF September/October edition

Points of note from the parish council meeting held July 2019

Download a pdf file: 

Freedom of Information Act 2000

Information available from Ockley Parish Council under the Model Publication Scheme

Download a pdf file: 

Code of Conduct

BHF Heartstart Courses

Please contact us if you would be interested in participating in a FREE 2 hour training course that teaches basic Emergency Life support skills.The aim is to give people the necessary skills and confidence to deal with emergencies that they may well come across either at home, in the work place or whilst out and about in the community.  

Neighbourhood Development Plan Status – March 2014

A summary of the progress to made to date with some of the key results from the Survey conducted in 2012