Barlborough Parish Council

Serving the people of Barlborough

Parish Clerk: Jennifer Kendall
The Community Centre, Park View
Barlborough, Chesterfield
Derbyshire
S43 4HJ

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    Welcome

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    Village Green High Street

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    Memorial Garden

Welcome

BARLBOROUGH PARISH

Barlborough is a village in the district of Bolsover, county of Derbyshire, formerly Barleburg, 'Fort by Boar Wood' and is documented in the 1086 Domesday Book. The village is rich in interesting buildings including the Church of St James the Greater, the Old Hall, the impressive Village Cross and the ornate Memorial Arch.

The village is within easy reach of the National Rail Network, the Trans Pennine Cycle Trail and local airports. Hospitality and dining are catered for by the many hostelries, hotels, bed & breakfasts, restaurants and fast food outlets.

Barlborough is a popular destination for visitors, particularly walkers. Situated on Junction 30 of the M1.

Latest News

COVD VACCINE

Barlborough Medical Practice is one of 4 practices in the North East Derbyshire Primary Care Network (NED PCN)

The staff of NED PCN have been working extremely hard in the last few weeks finalising plans for clinics so things are ready to go as soon as we receive our first allocated batch of the covid 19 vaccination. More »

We are excited to announce that today we received confirmation that our first batch of the Pfizer vaccine will be sent to NED PCN next week!
The clinics will be on Friday 15th, Saturday 16th and Sunday 17th Jan, held at The Springs Health Centre in Clowne and will be run by staff from all 4 practices.
The first clinics will be following the government guidance and prioritised for patients over 80 years old.
Please DO NOT contact the surgery to make an appointment, we will contact eligible patients. If any patients over 80 years are not booked in this clinic they will be prioritised for the next clinic.
We are also keeping a waiting list of patients who are front line health and social care workers who have not been able to access a vaccine at their place of work. These patients will be called as soon as vaccine is available.
Any patients over 80 years who are housebound will be vaccinated as soon as we receive a suitable vaccine that can be transported safely to patients houses.

Please be assured the staff are working very hard and doing all they can to deliver the vaccine to as many patients as possible. Unfortunately we are not in control of the supply of the vaccine and we can only administer what we have been given.

We are hopeful that in the coming months the AstraZeneca vaccine will be supplied in greater quantities to PCNs and as this vaccine does not have to be defrosted and used within a short time frame we would be able to run the clinics directly at Barlborough medical Practice and be more flexible with clinics.

Thank you for your patience.

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Posted: Sun, 10 Jan 2021 12:57 by Jennifer Kendall

Application for Loss of Earnings

Barlborough Parish Council has been awarded a grant from Bolsover District Council for Loss of Income

As the Parish Council has not suffered a loss we are offering local organisations a chance to bid for funds More »

Please complete the application form and return to the clerk by the 1st of January 2021.

Post to:-

The Community Centre
26 Park View
Barlborough
Chesterfield
Derbys
S43 4HJ

Or email to

clerk@barlboroughparishcouncil.gov.uk

Please note that funds are limited so we may only be able to make a partial contribution. Our aim is to help as many Barlborough organisations as possible. » Less

Posted: Thu, 17 Dec 2020 09:19 by Jennifer Kendall

PROBLEMS WITH THE WATER SUPPLY

Ashley from Severn Trent has been in touch with the Chair of the Parish Council, Jane Haywood. He apologised for the problems we have been facing and he explained that the problem is not clear cut. So they are doing 3 main things. More »

First they have resolved the issue at the booster station this weekend, so that if there is a flip in electricity it will reset itself.

Second their normal logger system checks every 15 minutes to see if there are problems and the logger is not picking up problems. So they have installed a high speed logger for 2 - 3 weeks which will pick up every issue. In the past a company doing a large draw down has caused problems so this may be happening again.

Finally, they have asked for the addresses of those who signed the letter with the Council so they can see where the problems are appearing.

Ashley has asked us to keep logging the problems with the call centre and, when you log a call, say that Ashley from Severn Trent has asked us to do this and give them your address. The Chair has Ashley's direct number if things start to go wrong. So hopefully we are the start of a solution. Many thanks for your support on this.

Please private message or email the clerk at

clerk@barlboroughparishcouncil.gov.uk

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Posted: Thu, 17 Dec 2020 09:08 by Jennifer Kendall