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LANGSETT PARISH COUNCIL

  Vacancy for a Parish Councillor

Do you wish to be involved in your community?

Could you provide a voice for residents?

·       Do you want to help shape your village?

·       Do you have a little spare time? (The Parish Council meets every other month).

If you are interested please email or write to the Parish Clerk providing your contact details, why you would like to join the council and what you feel you can offer.

To qualify you must reside in the Parish or within 3 miles of the Parish boundary and be over 18 years of age, or you must work or own land within the Parish.

 Please apply to Clerk@langsettparishcouncil.org.uk

or Clerk to the Council, 10 Rookery Way, Thurgoland, S35 7BX.

For information about the Parish Council or to contact any of the Parish Councillors please visit the Parish website. www.langsettparishcouncil.org.uk

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 Flouch Car Park proposed changes 2022

 Proposed plans regarding Flouch Car Park (see above link)

Any comments please contact the Clerk for Langsett Parish Council clerk@langsettparishcouncil.org.uk

 By 28th February 2022

 

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Government consultation on the Glover Landscapes Review – an opportunity to stop ‘off-roading’ in the Parks

 

Please find below the public consultation on the Glover landscapes review :

Government response to the Landscapes Review - Defra - Citizen Space

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The Big Jubilee Lunch

Sunday 5 June

 

 

Langsett Parish Council would like to hold a Big Jubilee Lunch in Langsett Village

on Sunday 5th June

 

 

Would you like to be part of the organising team? All volunteers are very welcome. If you would like to join the team, please contact Chairman, Peter Horner or Clerk, Avril Sturdy.

Text Box: Peter Horner: 07539 144876  Contact: Avril Sturdy Tel: 07724 755236  Clerk@langsettparishcouncil.org.uk


 

 

BIG JUBILEE LUNCH

Sunday 5th June 2022

LANGSETT VILLAGE
Put the date in your diary !!!!!

Please contact the Clerk either on 07724 755236 or clerk@langsettparishcouncil.org.uk for any further information

Thank you 

 

 


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 SUPER FAST BROADBAND

A summary of the scheme  and its keys points from an applicants’ point of view can be found:

http://www.superfastsouthyorkshire.co.uk/homepage/63/rural_gigabit_scheme

 

The official page, which provides more detail (eg. the full terms and conditions of the scheme) can be found here:

https://gigabitvoucher.culture.gov.uk/rural/

 

Public Rights of Way
How to check where the rights of way are
Landowners etc information on putting in temporary alternative route if possible 
Please email to publicrightsofway@barnsley.gov.uk for  advice. 
https://www.barnsley.gov.uk/services/parks-and-open-spaces/public-footpaths-and-rights-of-way/public-rights-of-way/covid-19-and-public-rights-of-way/
Attached poster for use as required:
https://www.barnsley.gov.uk/media/14289/public-right-of-way-poster.pdf



 

 Dog Fouling around Langsett Reservoir

Dog fouling is a persistent problem in the Langsett area and a constant battle for the Peak District National Park Rangers and local volunteers that try to keep the area clean and tidy.

If you are out walking in this beautiful area please pick up after your dog and put it in one of the bins in the Langsett Barn car park or the bin in the Flouch Yorkshire Water car park.  Alternatively bag it and take it home with you if you do not find a bin.

One of the most unsightly things is when people hang their dog foul bags in trees or on gate posts!  

Barnsley Council dog wardens are currently patrolling the Langsett reservoir area that is within their remit and will issue fixed penalty fines to those found offending. They will also advise dog walkers of the legislation.


Better Broadband Campaign

Information on the national better broadband campaign and details of grants available.  Click here: Better Broadband


Penistone Social inclusion Project launched

Please see leaflets attached for information on this social inclusion project being run in conjunction with Age UK.
Age UK project poster
Age UK project - information for those that wish to be involved
Social Inclusion project - leaflet for older people


Superfast Broadband

http://www.superfastsouthyorkshire.co.uk

Superfast broadband is the next generation of broadband − providing a faster and more reliable service.

It uses fibre optic technology to deliver speeds which can top 80Mbps.

The Superfast South Yorkshire project is a joint project with South Yorkshire Local Authorities to bring superfast broadband to rural areas across the region. 

Engineers from BT Openreach are currently working hard to survey the area to ensure the most efficient roll out of superfast broadband across South Yorkshire.



First moorland-themed apps launched – and they are free to download

Discovering more about the beautiful moorland landscape, its wildlife and vegetation is now much easier thanks to four new free smartphone apps.

The apps are the first moorland-themed identification guides that have been created to help visitors learn about the uniqueness, beauty and importance of the Peak District National Park and South Pennine moors.

The free apps provide a useful field guide looking at plants, moss, wildlife and some of the landscape features found on moorland.

Available to download on iOS and Android, on smartphones and tablets, or even as a printable pdf, the new apps have been created as part of the Moors for the Future
Partnership’s MoorLIFE project.

MoorMOSS, MoorPLANTS, MoorSIGHTS and MoorWILD have been designed with the Peak District and South Pennines in mind, but will be useful on moorlands across the UK.

MoorLIFE Project Manager Laura King said: “We produced the apps so that people can learn more about the wonderful landscapes that we have worked on to restore to their
former glory.
Thanks to the EU funding we’ve completed conservation works to protect 2,500 hectares of moorland, that will increase the numbers of plants, and sphagnum mosses that you’ll be able to spot out on the moors. And we hope that you’ll have more chances to see more wildlife as our works improve these vital habitats.”

These handy new apps, which will work without a phone signal, help you identify and learn about things you come across on the moors.

MoorMOSS - looks at Sphagnum mosses found in the Peak District and South Pennines. It focuses on the various species of moss, lichen and liverwort you are most likely to see.

MoorPLANTS – a guide to ferns, flowering herbs, shrubs, trees and grasses. The app provides text descriptions and photo galleries to help you identify the interesting plants which are found in the area.

MoorSIGHTS - gives you a feel for some of the types of landscape features you are likely to encounter on a walk across the moors. With text that covers key features and a photo gallery for each entry, some of the mysteries and gems of these moors will be explained.

MoorWILD - focuses on the birds, insects, mammals and reptiles found on the moors. With the text and photographs provided you will soon be putting names to the animals that make our moors unique.

To find out more or for links to download MoorAPPS go to http://www.moorsforthefuture.org.uk/moorapps