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It is with regret at the Parish Council meeting on 2nd October the Council accepted the formal resignation of the long serving Clerk. Lesley has been working for the Parish Council for over 11 years and we wish her all the best for the future.

The Parish Office will be closed to the public whilst intensive training and handover takes place with the Locum Clerk who has stepped in to assist at this time.

Should you wish to report matters such as highway issues including potholes, street lighting, parking matters, drainage, grass verge cutting please ring North East Lincolnshire Council on 01472 313131 or report on line at www.nelincs.gov.uk or speak to your Ward Councillors Philip Jackson and Nick Pettigrew.

For the arrangements of funerals at Waltham Cemetery or issues relating to Parish assets telephone 01472 826233 and please leave a message, which will be attended to as soon as possible.

Roadworks Waltham – from roadworks.org

Roadworks and traffic interruptions alert
from roadworks.org

PLEASE NOTE THAT THESE ROADWORKS ARE LIKELY TO CAUSE DELAYS AS SIGNALS WILL BE IN OPERATION.

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Weekly email alert. Traffic restrictions and roadworks starting within the next week.

Alert name: Roadworks Allert Displaying 1 roadwork
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Roadworks
B1203 High Street, Waltham, North East Lincolnshire

06 September — 11 September
Delays likely Traffic control (multi-way signals)
Works location: 115
Works description: communication pipe repair…
Responsibility for works: Anglian Water
Current status: Advanced planning
Works reference: AD03255305830

Roadwork alert for Waltham from roadworks.org

Roadworks
B1203 Grimsby Road, Waltham, North East Lincolnshire

28 August — 31 August
Delays unlikely No carriageway incursion
Works location: IN VERGE O/S 37/39, GRIMSBY ROAD…
Works description: Replace 1 existing pole…
Responsibility for works: Openreach
Current status: Advanced planning
Works reference: BC006TI002AP500237194402

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Grove Lane, Waltham, North East Lincolnshire

30 August — 04 September
Delays unlikely Some carriageway incursion
Works location: Outside Oak Lodge
Works description: Lay duct and fit service point to property-Footway/carriageway works…
Responsibility for works: VIRGIN MEDIA
Current status: Advanced planning
Works reference: NK100/NYNJPL/100717/BRN

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Grove Lane, Waltham, North East Lincolnshire

30 August — 04 September
Delays unlikely Some carriageway incursion
Works location: Outside Toad Hall
Works description: Lay duct and fit service point to property-footway/carriageway works…
Responsibility for works: VIRGIN MEDIA
Current status: Advanced planning
Works reference: NK100/NYNJPL/100706/BRN

Your thoughts on the car parking facilities in Waltham.

With many attractive shops and eating establishments and an ever growing village Waltham has become a popular place to live, shop, eat out and work.

Waltham Parish Council is aware that parking within the two primary car parks (Kirkgate and High Street) in Waltham is at a premium with cars usually waiting for spaces to become available and this has a knock on effect for the residential streets surrounding the centre of the village.

The High Street (or Co-op) car park is privately owned, whilst the Kirkgate car park is owned by North East Lincolnshire Council. There are short term 30 minute spaces as you enter Kirkgate car park for the use of people wishing to nip into the shops and further long term free parking all day in the rest of the area. The High Street car park – also a free car park has no time restrictions.

Waltham Parish Council is seeking the views of its residents and visitors on their experiences of parking in the centre of the village and how you suggest it could be improved. Whilst we have no authority to change the current arrangements, we are always willing to assist our residents and put forward suggestions made to the relevant parties that could make a difference for everyone.

If you would like to get in touch regarding parking in the village please email to:

Walthampc@btconnect.com or fill in the “contact us” section on our website or for those without email facilities please write to: Waltham Parish Council, Parish Office, Kirkgate, Waltham, Grimsby DN37 0LS.

Thinking about Volunteering?

1st Waltham Rainbows are looking for leaders to start in September 2018. If you are thinking about volunteering please get in touch.

2nd Waltham Brownies

2nd Waltham Brownies are currently taking new members should there be any girls between the age of 7 and 10 years old who wish to take part please get in touch with Brown Owl – Yvonne Sadler Tel 220118 for more details.

The Gravel Pit Allotments in Waltham

Waltham Allotments Available for Rent

Waltham Parish Council are currently letting allotments for the 2018/2019 season.

We have allotment spaces available for residents on our Gravel Pit Site on the corner of Ings Lane and High Street, as well as spaces available for both residents and non-residents of Waltham on our Station Road Site.

The new season starts from Easter Monday so get in quick as we are letting the plots that have been notified as relinquished plots on a first come first served basis.

Station Road Site Plot size 6mtr x 12mtr £52.00 per year. (parish purchased land)
Gravel Pit Site Plot size various £10.00 per year. (land gifted to the village)

For further details or to check on availability please contact the Parish Clerk on Tel: 01472 826233 or via email: walthampc@btconnect.com or through the contacts page on this website.

Please don’t delay as these plots wont be available for long.

Humberside Police Community Alert

Humberside Police are launching a free message system giving you important details on live incidents and information specifically about an area you live or work in.

This new alert system is aimed to provide members of the public up to date information on crimes occurring in your neighbourhood.

For more details visit the webpage: https://www.mycommunityalert.co.uk or click on the poster link below.

community alerts