If you are thinking of postal voting in the Warwickshire local elections on Thursday 6 May. There are now priority post boxes from Royal Mail which have late collections on Saturday and Sunday at some locations throughout Warwickshire.
Royal Mail have over 35,000 Priority Boxes which have late collection times after 4pm and 15,000 of these Post boxes have a collection time between 3 – 5pm, on both Saturday and Sunday.
Chris Elliott, Returning Officer and Chief Executive for Warwick District Council said:
“For this year’s election Royal Mail have provided priority post boxes with late collection times on Saturday and Sunday. Providing more choice for how you vote in the Warwickshire local elections, enabling you to vote when it is convenient for you.”
For more information on these Priority Boxes and your nearest one, follow link to Royal Mail priority post boxes web page
If you would like to understand what we have been involved in you can view it all below alternatively if you would like to see the full presentation in video format please go over to the following link.
You may have seen in the news that the UK is expecting a reduction in vaccine supply in April. We are therefore urging anyone aged 50 and over to book their vaccine appointment as soon as possible. There is currently good supply and plenty of appointments available across Coventry and Warwickshire until the 28 March, after which you may have to wait longer to make your first appointment.
You can contact your GP, or book by following this link, or by calling 119
Unpaid carers can now book their appointment through the booking system
or by calling 119
It may seem like a bureaucratic pain however its really important as the data will be used to plan and deliver all kinds of future services so please provide an input.
On a lighter note just think what you ancestors may learn about you in 50 plus years time from the data.......
Here's a helpful link.
If your pregnant and worried about how it may affect things or if indeed what arrangements are being made to protect you during this exciting but challenging event why not join an online webinar
which is free and it may just give you piece of mind.
You can by registering at https://www.events.england.nhs.uk/events/covid-vaccination-answering-your-questions-on-pregnancy-and-fertility
All blogs are written or edited by Cllr Pam Redford & Cllr Trevor Wright