Thurlaston Parish Council

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Clerk: Elaine Foxon
16 Cambridge Drive, Desford
Leics LE9 9JB

Tel: 07873 229990

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COVID 19 ENGLAND LOCKDOWN January 2021

Please stay home, stay safe and protect yourself and others.

Please use the link and click, to access the poster which gives you clear advice and instructions to help protect yourself and the NHS.

Posted: Thu, 07 Jan 2021 15:15 by Elaine Foxon

All Saints Church and Thurlaston Chapel Services- National Lockdown January 2021

Published on behalf and with permission of Rev Jerry Taylor and Peter Harrison:

Thurlaston Chapel:

We will only be holding the morning 10:30 worship service in the chapel, with the evening worship being online.

Which means the building is only used once in the day.

Our Covid mitigation's continue to be in place.

We've been able to have permission to use the school car park each Sunday from now on, which should drastically cut the number of cars parked on the road. More »

Warmest regards

Pete H

Thurlaston Chapel:

All Saints Church:

As a church leader, I realise the weight of responsibility (and privilege) the government has given us in permitting us to stay open for public worship through the tier system and indeed, into this new lockdown.

We've thought extremely carefully in both Enderby and Thurlaston Parish Churches (I lead both) about how to respond to this. Context plays a big part.At Enderby, we have come to a collective view that, even with a Covid secure risk assessment in place, there were some challenges that some of us found too tough to meet to continue in-person services for now. In fact, our main service across the benefice (Enderby & Thurlaston both) will now be online for the time being.

However, given the small size of our congregation at Thurlaston, the space we have, the fact most of our members attend alone and their notably strong compliance to this point - especially with the 'no mingling between different households' rule - we have decided to remain open on Sundays at our usual time of 4pm for a shorter service.

Once again, let me thank you for all the parish council have done to serve us villagers in these testing times.

We pray for you regularly.

Do feel free to come back to me on any of this if you have questions.

With every good wish,

Jerry

Rev Jerry TaylorVicar, Enderby with Lubbesthorpe & Thurlaston 01455 888679 » Less

Posted: Thu, 07 Jan 2021 14:54 by Elaine Foxon

EU Exit - 01.01.2021 useful information

We wanted to take the opportunity to share some information for the end of the EU transition period on 1 January as received by Blaby District Council

Posted: Tue, 05 Jan 2021 11:42 by Elaine Foxon