Useful Links and Information

Berden.org Email login http://webmail.berden.org.uk/imp/login.php

Berden Facebook Page https://www.facebook.com/BerdenVillage?fref=ts

BERDEN VILLAGE GREEN DEFIBRILLATOR

In an emergency

The caller should first ring 999 or 112 and report the incident, including the postcode of the incident location, to the ambulance service. They will, if the circumstances dictate, instruct the caller to use this defibrillator and give the digital code to unlock the yellow cabinet. When activated the defibrillator will give the user very clear instructions and can be used on children, by using the adult/child mode switch, and training is not vital.

Under no circumstances should a patient be left on their own whilst somebody is collecting this unit – get a neighbour to help – and CPR should be started as soon as possible and before the defibrillator arrives on the scene. The ambulance telephone operator will also give advice and help on how best to deal with the situation.

Please return the machine to its appropriate site after use and notify a member of the parish council or the person mentioned below.

The postcode for this box is CM23 1AS

ANY QUESTIONS? Please contact John Burton on 01279 777674


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Manuden Carters Hill Fortnightly Saturday 09:00 – 10:00
Clavering Between the village and Clavering Mills Fortnightly Saturday 10:15 – 11:15

THE RSPB’s TIPS ON HOW TO STOP YOUR CAT MAKING A MEAL OUT OF OUR GARDEN BIRDS.

According to the RSPB, 27 million birds are killed every year in this country by our 7.2 million pet cats. That is just under four per cat on average; but I think we all know of cats that bring their haul in on an almost daily basis. This is a devastating slaughter and we should all do our best to try and contain our much loved cats during the spring, in particular, when young birds are so vulnerable.

According to the RSPB all cat owners are asked to consider the following…

1.’ Fit a bell to your cat’s collar. This simple addition could cut predation by at least a third.’ Audio-visual alarm collars and cat bibs are also available but probably both expensive and not necessarily practical for day to day feline living.

  1. ‘Make sure your cat is well fed.’ Sounds logical but………

3.’ Impose a cat curfew.’ It seems that the times that cats are most desperate to escape the house – around sunset, sunrise and after bad weather – coincide with peak bird feeding hours. In May and June this can mean young inexperienced birds spending too much time on the ground.

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Please, please do your best alleviate the distress that your cat can cause to both yourself and neighbouring bird lovers.

Please note and remember that, though it is difficult to prove that cats are completely responsible – and there are other factors, overall the numbers of many species of our much loved garden birds have declined by between 70 and 80% over the last twenty years. That includes several varieties of tit, sparrows, starlings, thrushes and finches.

Nobody likes to clear up the remains of a murdered robin – now our national bird.

 Thanks for doing your bit – JOHN BURTON


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Need to report something to the Police that is not an emergency?

You can report Non-Emergency Crimes, Road Traffic Collisions, Hate Crimes and more online as well as get advice on whether this is an issue that Police deal with, or a local authority.

Click here, whether on a desktop computer, laptop, tablet or mobile phone to visit the ‘Do It Online’ section of our website.
If you need to report something where there is immediate threat to life or property then as always dial 999. 

Thanks,

Essex Police Crime Bureau.


District Council (which includes local planning and recycling/waste collections)  www.uttlesford.go.uk

County Council  www.essex.gov.uk

Bishop’s Stortford  www.bishopsstortford.org

Saffron Walden  www.saffronwalden.org

Manuden Village Website www.manuden.org.uk

Clavering Village Website www.claveringvillage.org.uk

The Pelhams Website www.thepelhams.net

Newport Doctors Surgery Newport Surgery

Local News

www.hertsandessexobserver.co.uk

www.saffronwaldenreporter.co.uk

Public Transport www.travelinesoutheast.org.uk

The Hundred Parishes Society website www.hundredparishes.org.uk

Saffron Walden Museum www.swmuseum.org.uk

Police Community Support Officer (PCSO) alexander.horne@essex.pnn.police.uk

Alexander (Simon) Horne (Collar number 71102)

The rural PCSO for our area covering many small villages and hamlets. He has been a PCSO for six years and has 15 years experience as a Special Constable.

Mobile 07889 702340

Telephone 101 ext 395103

Home-Start Uttlesford, set up in 1984, is a local branch of the national voluntary organisation, with charitable status, in which volunteers offer regular support, friendship and practical help to families with young children under stress in their own homes helping to prevent family crisis and breakdown.

www.homestartuttlesford.org.uk

UK Power Networks

In the event of a power cut these are the contact details you may need.

Landline telephone: 0800 31 63 105

Mobile: 0333 32 32 105

Text: POWER and your postcode to 80876

Website: ukpowernetworks.co.uk/powercut

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CalAid

 CalAid is a charity based in Slough, which is supplying humanitarian aid to the Syrian refugee camp, based in Calais.

CalAid are urgently appealing for donations of warm clothing, blankets and non-perishable foodstuffs, together with tarpaulins and building materials.

The appeal is being supported by several local churches, schools and village organisations.

Should individuals have items they wish to donate; your contribution will be most gratefully received.

To arrange drop off points or collection, please contact:-

Brian Sumner on 01279 777948 or e-mail brian.sumner2@btinternet.com

David Williams on 01279 777095 or e-mail davidwilliams@berden.org.uk

Revd. Margaret Davis on 01799 550703 or e-mail m.davis.sasha@gmail.com

Further details are on the CalAid website.

Highway Ranger Service

A response team of Highway Rangers is now patrolling the Uttlesford district. These Rangers use a specially-marked van and carry out minor repairs and maintenance throughout the district.

Uttlesford District Council is working in partnership with Essex County Council Highways to provide the Highway Ranger service to the local community. This comprises a team of two men and a van. They will visit towns and villages on request to undertake minor works, such as trimming back overgrown vegetation on public footpaths and roadside verges.

However, fixing potholes does not fall within their remit and these should still be reported to Essex County Council, through their website www.essex.gov.uk

The types of minor maintenance works that can be undertaken by the Highway Rangers are as follows:

  • Cleaning and minor repairs to non-electrical road signs
  • Cleaning and minor repairs to street furniture
  • Re-instatement of posts and bollards (minimal excavation)
  • Trimming of vegetation and removal of cuttings
  • Ad hoc grass cutting and strimming
  • Localised cleaning and minor excavation of roadside water channels
  • Clearing of weeds or vegetation from pavements
  • Removal of litter and small flytips from highway land
  • Removal of illegal signs and flyposting
  • Minor block/flag paving repairs

Any resident who would like the Highway Rangers to carry out minor works as outlined should contact the Parish Council, by letter or email, with full details. They will then be able to contact the Ranger service on the resident’s behalf, should the requested job meet the specific requirements. You can contact the Parish Council here (go to foot of linked page)

Please do not contact Uttlesford District Council directly.

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