Morton Parish Council, Gainsborough, Lincolnshire
The following web addresses are for the Morton Parish Council Facebook groups.
– Here is our official Facebook, so let’s have your comments.
Over recent months, a number of members at both County and District levels have asked how they can be better informed about Neighbourhood Panel meetings and Crime & Anti-Social Behaviour issues. Following discussion with the Chief Inspectors, they have asked that I write to you and provide the following two links;
is a neighbourhood messaging system – you register your email and postcode, then the system ensures you are sent messages that are appropriate to you (and no Spam!). I am registered at home with my personal email address and home postcode, and also at work with the office postcode and LCC email. I get the same information that is passed out to Neighbourhood Watch Coordinators as well as updates on crime issues in the area and Neighbourhood Panel meeting dates. Registering is very simple and I would encourage you to do so from here; https://www.lincolnshirealert.co.uk/
where crime data and meeting dates for your area are shown;http://www.police.uk/ If you are happy to, I encourage you to include these links in any Newsletters or correspondence you have with communities across the County. Finally, for those who Tweet or use FaceBook, the Police links are here; http://twitter.com/lincspolice and http://www.facebook.com/lincspolice
I am happy to receive your feedback on the effectiveness of these systems and any observations you have about how we can keep you better informed.
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The Parish Council meets in the village hall every month at 6.30 pm. The meetings always include an Open Session at which parishioners are welcome to raise topics of concern. We are a body of elected or co-opted unpaid councillors with responsibility for the burial ground, the sports field, plus other local matters including applications for burials, reviewing planning applications, reporting of highway/footpath issues and street lighting problems. For Details of the Individual Councillors and their roles please see the “Parish Councillors” page.
Please note, Could residents please direct any correspondence to Morton Parish Council to Anne Cater, Clerk to the Council. Correspondence can be copied to individual parish councillors, but should always be addressed to the Council via the Clerk.