The community council welcomes tenders for the maintenance contract for the council’s planters and flower beds. The contract is for three years and the specification is attached. Please e mail the clerk on email@example.com by 31st May.
Below are details of some of the new services local food businesses are offering due to the current situation. If you would like to add information about any changes to your business service in Laugharne, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
|PORTREEVES CARVERY||01994 427 476||FREE Sunday Lunch delivery locally.Call Saturday or before (preferably) to place your order.|
|CHIPPY||01994 427 445||New opening times:Wednesday & Thursday 12-2. 5-7Friday & Saturday 12 – 2. 5 – 7.30.FREE deliveries locally on Friday evenings for those self-isolatingCall Thursday evening to place your order.|
|ARTHUR’S||01994 427 422||Offering Takeaways for all meals AND a delivery service within a 5 mile radius Payment by card over the phone for delivery.|
|CARPENTERS ARMS||01994 427 435 or message on Facebook||Offering takeaways in the week 5.30pm – 8pm & Sunday lunch 12 -3pm|
bring your own plate they will provide foil
|NEW THREE MARINERS||01994 427 426||Offering takeaway pizzas.Phone to arrange collection|
|POON STREET FOOD||07967 334657||Take away available|
|BROWNS HOTEL||–||Closed as a temporary measure|
|BROADWAY COUNTRY HOUSE||Closed as a temporary measure|
PLEASE NOTE: All of the above may be subject to change
A Laugharne Township Community Council Facebook page has been launched to help keep residents up to date with Council activities.
Please follow us to hear the latest news: www.facebook.com/LaugharneTCC
Over the coming weeks there may be people in our community who need to self-isolate due to COVID-19 (Coronavirus), or people at high risk who need to keep away from others as a preventative measure.
Although many people have family living locally who are able to help, others may be on their own or have family who are too far away to assist.
We need to pull together so that no-one suffers needlessly through lack of essentials or through the loneliness and anxiety that may otherwise accompany isolation.
Laugharne Township Community Council, with Reverend Carys Butler, are developing a volunteer bank to safely support people who are self-isolating.
If you need help, or if you can offer help, please contact:
Rev Carys Butler email@example.com / 01994 427269
Cllr Roxanne Treacy firstname.lastname@example.org / 07972 924945
or complete this short form with your details: https://forms.gle/Nnnzt4EjyMez3FVX8
We may never need these measures – but if we do, we as a community will be ready.
The leaflet below will be distributed to all households over the next week to let residents know there is support if needed.
The next meeting of the council will be a virtual meeting on Thursday 21st May at 6.00 pm. The meeting will start will the AGM and then the Ordinary meeting will follow. New legislation allows the council to work in this way during the COVID 19 crisis. No members of the public will have access to the meeting, if you have any questions or issues please contact your local councilor or e mail the clerk Chris Delaney at lin.chris@ btinternet.com . No physical meetings will take place until further notice. It is likely that the next meeting will not be until July or even September. tTherefore the date of the next meeting is provisionally scheduled for Thursday 09th July 2020 in the Memorial Hall at 7.00 pm.
At their October meeting the council declared a Climate Emergency Statement, which is published below. The council have also drawn up a draft Action Plan which will be developed at the next meeting