Welcome to the Sebergham & Welton Parish Website
This website is available for use by local residents and organisations to advertise events and to inform the community about any appropriate matters of local interest. Click here for more details
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Bell Bridge, Welton, collapsed on 27th January 2016, one of many bridges damaged by storms during the previous month.
This bridge was constructed in 1772, and was a Grade II listed structure built to replace an earlier bridge, also washed away by storms.
Due to the widespread damage caused to bridges & highways throughout the county there may be some delay before Cumbria County Council can provide a temporary bridge or commence rebuilding.
As a result of storm damage, Public Footpath 251010 running alongside Caldew Beck, Sebergham, has been re-routed. For full details click here.
The next meeting of the Parish Council will take place on
Wednesday 27th July2016
at 7:30 pm in Welton Village Hall
Parish Council meetings take place on the fourth Wednesday of alternate months
commencing at 7:30 p.m. in Welton Village Hall unless otherwise stated
These are open meetings which members of the public are welcome to attend
(To access meeting dates, agendas & minutes click here)
The recycling bins on Welton village green have been replaced with new 'Co-mingled' Bins which now enable glass bottles & jars, metal cans and plastic bottles to be recycled in the same container.
Further information can be obtained from the village noticeboard,
by contacting Allerdale BC on 01900 702800,
BROADBAND UPDATE - July 2016
For a report on the current situation with Broadband in Sebergham Parish - click here
Further information regarding delivery of broadband services by Cumbria County Council is available on http://www.connectingcumbria.org.uk/when-and-where
|Rural Wheels Travel Service||
Cumbria County Council's Rural Wheels transport scheme provides a travel service to address the lack of good public transport for people living in rural areas. It provides door-to-door transport for people when required, and at a reasonable cost. For further information click here
The most effective way for members of the public to report potholes and other damage to the surface of roads, or any other highways issues, is to telephone Cumbria County Council's Highways Hotline on 0300 303 2992 or to submit them on-line here. Alternatively, Peter Pearson maintains contact with the Highways Steward on behalf of the Parish Council and any issues can be reported to Peter click here.
For further details about the County Council's Highways Hotline click here
|Home Fire Safety Visits||For details of the County Council's new arrangements to provide Home Fire Safety Visits, click here|