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In line with government guidance all 6 play areas in the village are open on with the following guidance is in place:
- 1 adult only to accompany a child/children
- If the playground is busy, consider coming back at a later time. Talk to your children about this possibility before visiting
- Wash your and your children's hands before and after visiting
- Take and use hand sanitiser and use sanitiser wipes to clean high traffic touch points and consider taking a bottle of water if your children's hands get covered in mud
- Ensure your children are using hand sanitiser frequently
- Please ensure all litter is put in the bins provided
- Be courteous and allow everyone to take their turn
- Follow the current social distance and government guidelines when visiting and encourage your children to do the same
Failure to follow the above guidelines could result in the closure of the facilities.
Below is community information which we hope is useful. As the situation changes so rapidly, we cannot guarantee that these details are all correct.
Your income and Covid-19 (PDF, 856 Kb)
What you need to do if your income is affected by the Coronavirus pandemic.
Written by Jim Boughey this is a practical guide to coping with a downturn in your income due to the measures implemented to limit the spread of the Coronavirus pandemic in the UK.
It tells you what to do and how to obtain the information you need to establish your current and future income & expenditure and obtain practical help & advice to survive until the current crisis has passed.
The Parish Council Office is closed but you can still get in touch the usual way by calling 01530 589583 or emailing email@example.com 9am - 3pm Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and 9am - 1pm on Friday.
The cemetery and allotments remain open, we ask that visitors obey social distancing at all times. This will be kept under review.
Parish council maintenance staff are carrying out usual duties whilst social distancing. This includes mowing, inspecting the parks, open spaces and parish owned land and facilities, they also empty parish owned bins and maintain the cemetery.
For local updates, volunteer and help requests and general village information please go to the Spotted Measham Facebook page at
The food bank is being held at Measham Baptist Church on Friday mornings 9am – 10am. For more information please call 07542118878 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
There is a collection point in the Co-op store for anyone who can donate food.
Foodbank vouchers are available from the following
North West Leicestershire District Council
Measham Medical Unit
Church / Vicar
Citizens Advice Bureau
Vouchers are issued on the day only as an emergency.
Fairshare produce is also available on the day without the need for a voucher.
Measham Medical Unit go to their Facebook page for the latest advice and information https://www.facebook.com/meashamdoctors/ or website https://www.meashamdoctors.co.uk/ or Twitter https://twitter.com/MeashamU
Dean and Smedley Pharmacy are allowing 3 people inside at a time, please wait outside until you are able to enter.
The post office is currently operating usual hours.
Please visit the websites for the latest information.
Information relating to North West Leicestershire (refuse, enforcement, litter, housing etc):
Information relating to Leicestershire County Council (Highways, adult social care, waste sites etc):
Public Health England: https://www.gov.uk/government/organisations/public-health-england
World Health Organisation: https://www.who.int/health-topics/coronavirus
Government information https://www.gov.uk/coronavirus
If anyone has further information to add to this list, please get in touch with the Parish Clerk.
Coronavirus information for funerals, burials and interments of cremated remains.
For the latest information, please follow the link below.