For the most up to date national information around Coronavirus please go to: www.gov.uk/coronavirus
Peterborough City Council webpage: www.peterborough.gov.uk/healthcare/public-health/coronavirus
Neighbourhood Watch, through its network of Street Coordinators, are ready to help anyone who is self-isolating, in these difficult times. A friendly telephone call maybe all that is needed, or help with Shopping, and Collecting Medicines.
Would Parish Councillors please feed this information into the community, wherever possible.
The Contact number for any requests for help is: Adrian Martin 01733 719996, or 07807 841026, or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Current services impacted by Coronavirus:
- Leeds Hall and Manor Farm Community Centre are now closed until further notice.
- From Friday 20 March 2020 Eye Primary School will be closed. Vulnerable children and those of key workers will still be able to go to school. Further information here.
- Bus services are running a revised schedule
From Monday 15 June 2020 face coverings will become mandatory on public transport.
- Vivacity manage many of Peterborough’s most popular culture and leisure venues on behalf of Peterborough City Council have a FAQ here.
- Eye Library is closed until further notice.
- Religious services have been suspended.
- BBC Bitesize Twitter
- BBC Bitesize helps students aged six to 16 years with their coursework, homework and exam preparation. Following the closure of schools BBC Bitesize content will be expanded.
Guidance for Parish councils: www.nalc.gov.uk/coronavirus
Enquiries/messages can be left by email or answerphone – please see details below.
These will be responded to regularly.
Telephone: 01733 222037
Or use the form here.
Clerk to the Parish Council
Mrs Brenda Stanojevic
Coronaviruses (CoV) are a type of virus which include the common cold. Typical symptoms of coronavirus include fever and a cough that may progress to more serious conditions. Novel coronavirus (COVID-19) is a new strain of coronavirus that has never been encountered before.
This is an evolving situation, to get the latest information visit: https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus-covid-19/
The southbound lane of the A1139, Peterborough Road between the smaller roundabout at the entrance to the village and the Eye Roundabout close to Peterborough One Retail Park will be closed for three weeks from Monday 3 February 2020. These are essential works to replace the eight inch cast iron main with a modern 180mm plastic pipe to secure the villages supply for the future.
The High Street will be closed from the 17th February
Planning permission for 300 homes to the east of Eye is being sort by Larkfleet Homes. The local plan had an indicative 250 so this would be 20 per cent higher than the number indicated. Continue reading
As part of Peterborough City Council’s Emerging Minerals and Waste Local Plan a site at Haynes Farm to the south of the A47 has been put forward. Continue reading
Peterborough City Council’s (PCC) new Local Plan has been judged as ‘sound’ by the Planning Inspectorate. This version of the Local Plan will be presented to a meeting of the full council on 24 July 2019 for approval.
If the Local Plan is approved it will set out the city council’s planning policies for Peterborough and the surrounding villages up to 2036. Continue reading
Come and meet your local PCSO to discuss any local concerns or issues you may have in your Area.
The Leeds Hall
High Street, Eye, Peterborough, PE6 7UP
On: Wednesday 3rd April 2019
10.30am – Midday
Hope to see you there.