SCAN parish

SHERINGTON WITH CHICHELEY, NORTH CRAWLEY, ASTWOOD AND HARDMEAD

Coronavirus- Goverment guidance and regulations

Follow this link for the latest announcements and detailed regulations and advice from HM Government

SCAN Church of England Schools- OPEN MORNINGS

SCAN parish is lucky enough to have 2 very good CofE first schools, one in North Crawley and one in Sherington

Both are part of the Village School Federation (VSF) which includes St Andrews CofE Linford, Stoke Goldington CofE and Newton Blossomville CofE first schools.  The executive headteacher is Marie-Claire Parsons

Currently there are places available at all schools for children in and out of catchment.  Come and see the schools in action and learn more about how your child can flourish.

North Crawley Open Mornings

Tuesday 1st October 9.30-11.00 and Thursday 7th November 9.30-11.00

Sherington Open Mornings

Thursday 10th October 9.30- 11.00 and Tuesday 12th November 9.30 - 11.00

The VSF website  is here

For further information please contact the school admin office:

North Crawley 01234 391282

Sherington     01908 610470

Food Bank Donations Needed!

Food Bank is urgently appealing for non perishable food items.  They can now be left at SCAN collection containers in the village hall porch in Chicheley, St Laud's church porch in Sherington, the lytchgate for St Firmin's at the Cock car park in North Crawley, and the Village Shop in Sherington

Donations are also being accepted at the Kings Church site in Wolverton next door to the library between 1pm and 3pm Monday-Friday, and at supermarkets.  See the Food Bank website giving page here

Donation collections can also be arranged locally;  please contact us for further details

What MK Food Bank is short of...

Autumn – Winter 2020

MK Foodbank are anticipating the following products to be in short supply  over the next few months:

Tinned Rice Pudding / Custard

Tinned Fruit

Tinned Meat 

Jams, Peanut Butter etc

Biscuits

Current Overstocked Items:

Toiletries

Ladies sanitary products

Dried Pasta, Dried Rice

Tinned Soups

Long Life Milk

gentlespaces: a new group support service for bereaved people in MK

We offer

• a place for those who grieve

• in a group setting

• hosted and facilitated by trained volunteers

• at a range of times and venues in MK

• and a free service

We do not offer

• a counselling service • support for those under 18

We are

• based in MK • volunteers from local churches

• trained in bereavement support • safeguarding compliant

Please contact 01908 382318 between 10-12am and 6-8pm, Mondays Wednesdays and Fridays

Milton Keynes Council - Coronavirus response

Updates from MK Council are put out through their social media channels, @mkcouncil1 on Facebook and @mkcouncil on Twitter. MK’s Mayor, local Councillor, Andrew Geary updates on his Facebook page, @MayorMK.

See the MK Council website Coronavirus page, frequently updated here

Safeguarding concerns (in an emergency call 999):

https://www.milton-keynes.gov.uk/social-care-and-health/safeguarding-people-at-risk 

Pets and coronavirus

Some useful advice from Canine and Feline Sector Support Group

Community Action: MK

An extract from Community Action: MK's role statement in response to Corvid-19

Community Action: MK believes that our role is to provide the strategic support and coordination of groups across Milton Keynes to enable them to provide safe and well organised support at neighbourhood level.

Voluntary groups in Milton Keynes have existing expertise and systems in place to provide on the ground support to those in the community that are most vulnerable. Harnessing this in the most effective way, it will rely on a coordinated response across sectors to ensure we do not duplicate effort, operate safely and ensure all those who need support receive it.

We are not working with individual residents who wish to take individual action in their communities, whilst we understand that this will happen, to ensure safety and managed coordination we are working through existing voluntary and community groups.

 

For more information, including useful self isolation support and activities, follow this link

 

 

Page updated 24/10/20