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Successful deep clean of Church End and the High Street
Now that the deep clean has been successfully carried out in Church End and the High Street, Barley Parish Council and the NHDC street cleaning team want to thank everyone for their cooperation during the exercise. Particular thanks must go to the residents who had the inconvenience of moving their cars. The results, though, look really good and the exercise was a great example of teams working together to improve our village environment. Thank you everyone.
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Police Rural Newsletter - October

Autumn/winter crime prevention and details of a speeding poster competition - read October's rural newsletter from the Hertfordshire Constabulary for more. 


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Police Rural Newsletter - August

Hare coursing update, local crime information and tips to keep your home safe over summer - it's August's rural newsletter from the Hertfordshire Constabulary.


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Barley Village Plan - have your say
It is time to review the Barley Village Plan which was created in 2015. 

The Parish Council will lead the review, but needs vital input from villagers. The Council will organise a public meeting in January 2020 to initiate the review and seek applications from villagers to form a working group to oversee it. 

If you are interested, the current Barley Village plan is now published on this site. 

Further news about the review will be published in The Diary, on the village Facebook group and through the Parish Council emailing list. 

For those not already on the list but would like to be, please contact Mel Chammings at barley.parishclerk@gmail.com.  
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Flu Clinics 2019/20
Granta Medical Practices are pleased to announce that they will be offering a complete flu vaccination service this year, with clinics being scheduled for October 2019. 

The Department of Health have assured us that there will be no delivery problems, and this year we will be using a highly effective quadrivalent influenza vaccine. 

The clinic dates will be announced shortly and there will be clinics run at all Granta sites.   

Patients eligible for flu vaccinations include:-   
  • Anyone 6 months of age up to and including 64 years of age if they are in an “at risk” group, e.g. asthma, COPD, chronic heart problems, diabetes. If you are unsure if you fit into an “at risk” group don’t hesitate to ask.   
  • All patients 65 years and above, or who will be by 31/01/20.   
  • All children from the ages of 2 to 10 years of age. Those children who are in primary school education will receive their vaccination at school.    
  • All pregnant women.   
  • Those in long stay residential care homes.   
  • Those who are carers.   
  • Those who are in close contact with immunocompromised individuals. ​​   
  • Those with a learning disability. 
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Police Rural Newsletter - July

July's rural newsletter from the Hertfordshire Constabulary, including information on extra patrols following church roof thefts and details of a number of scams.