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Beckingham North Notts (population c. 2,400) lies within the Parish Council of Beckingham cum Saundby and is situated in the county of North Nottinghamshire and borders onto Lincolnshire to the East and South Yorkshire to the North.
For a more detailed breakdown of infections in our area please go to the Covid-19 sub page under Community.
Please note there will be a gap in reporting for the next few weeks due to holidays
DN10 Area (Beckingham and surrounding villages)
Update for the start of the week 7th Sept shows that all areas in and around our postcode have started to rise again with Beckingham (DN10) now standing at 205
Gainsborough is static with 196 – a decrease of -38.2% over the past 7 days. More »
Retford is also on the rise again with 431 an increase of 8.8% over the past 7 rolling days.
Finningley is still the highest infection rate in our area at 563
Bassetlaw as a whole has positive cases at 372 for the week ending 7th Sept (a decrease of 12.5%) with a rate per 100,000 to 328and still lower than the national rate.
Bassetlaw recorded one new death in the past 24 hours. The deaths in Bassetlaw area alone are 239 within 28 days giving a rate per 100,000 of 213.9.
There have been 46 new covid Hospital admissions in Bassetlaw in the week to 29th August (up 18.6%) with 4 coronavirus patients in hospital beds with a mechanical ventilator.
1st vaccines for the whole of Bassetlaw reported on 7th September was 19 with 2nd doses 138 is disappointing given the higher infection rate across the whole area. » Less
Posted: Mon, 06 Sep 2021 16:14 by Pete
Dave Airey has produced his Police Area report for August 2021 and is published in full under the Police Reports section on this site. Many thanks to Dave who supports our community year in year out. A small extract from Dave's report seems very timely -
"Most of the year, there does not seem to be enough hours in the day, but at this time of the year I hear that comment on a more regular basis. However, when you are out and about completing your shopping, festive or not, please be aware that there are persons who are out and about actively committing crime and exploiting any vulnerabilities in the way we go about our day to day business. Below are a few tips to consider whilst on shopping trips - When you are out shopping. More »
• Keep valuables in inside pockets of clothing or bags.
• Only carry the cash that you need.
• Park in an open, well-lit area. Visit www.parkmark.co.uk for details of approved car parks.
• Avoid going back to your car to leave your shopping part way through your trip. If you have to keep items, or presents, in the car, make sure they are out of view in the boot, the car is locked and keep the receipts with you.
At cash machines.
• If you see anything suspicious, alert the bank or call the Police on 101.
• Shield the keypad when typing in your PIN at a cash machine or in a shop."
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Posted: Sat, 04 Sep 2021 15:37 by Pete
We are pleased to announce that there has been a positive response from interested parties to run the village shop. Your Parish Council have shortlisted two potential tenants and all parties are currently going through their own due diligence process. We will update everyone once these processes are complete with the anticipation that contracts could be exchange within the coming weeks
Posted: Thu, 26 Aug 2021 15:45 by Pete