Manduessedum -Mancetter Village
(Place of War Chariots)
Mancetter Parish Council
Serving the People of Mancetter and Ridge Lane
What does the Parish Council Do?
Mancetter Parish Council pays to maintain to a high standard the picturesque village green, St Peter’s churchyard and Mancetter Cemetery as well as Ridge Lane Allotments and the entrances to several miles of rights of way and rural footpaths.
The Council uses local contractors (thank you Rob, Barry and John) and employs a part time clerk and responsible financial officer to implement the work of the Parish Council which is also a burial authority.
They rent an office base in Mancetter Memorial Hall so that members of the Public can arrange a face to face visit as well as using the phone, email and website addresses.
Launched in 2022, Mancetter Parish Council also has a Facebook page to share information via social media.
Parish Council Precept
The Precept is the way that the Parish Council raises money to cover expenditure for the year and is charged through the council tax system.
Everyone is facing rising bills so the council has carefully reviewed its costs.
At the Parish Council meeting on 24th January 2023, it was unanimously agreed to increase the total annual precept to £33,000.
This is an overall increase of £1000.00 equal to a percentage increase of 3.13%
This means that the Parish Council element on a band D property is increasing by 2.09% which is 99p a year.
If you live in Bands A - D the total Parish Council rise is under £1.00 for the year.
Mancetter Parish Neighbourhood Plan
Paying for my food, energy and water
If you are a Warwickshire resident with no other access to funds to pay for food or energy bills, you may be eligible for support through the Local Welfare Scheme.
For more information, visit the Local Welfare Scheme pages or call 0800 4081448 or 01926 359182.
Phone lines are open Monday to Thursday from 9am to 5pm and Friday from 9am to 4.30pm.
Getting money advice
If you have concerns about debt, managing your money, what benefits you are entitled to, housing or employment, the Citizens Advice website contains an array of advice, support and services to help. You can also reach out to your local Citizens Advice in Northern Warwickshire, Bedworth, Rugby and Nuneaton or South Warwickshire, depending on where you live, or you can call their Adviceline on 0800 144 8848 (Monday-Friday 9am-5pm).
Any aspect of family life
If you are struggling with supporting your family, including issues such as finance, housing and childcare, turn to your local Family Information Service. They provide information, advice and one-to-one support for families with children and young people aged 0-25. Visit the Children and Families website or call their helpline on 01926 742274 (Monday-Friday 9am-5pm).
You may also be eligible for Free School Meals for your child.
If you are in a situation where you need emergency access to food, you should access your nearest food bank. Many local food banks are listed on the Trussell Trust website, and you can also find more on the Warwickshire County Council food banks page.
Stress and my mental health
The rise in the cost of living can lead to worry and stress which can impact your mental health. If you are in urgent need of mental health support, call the NHS Mental Health Access Hub freephone helpline on 08081 966798 (available 24/7).
In a medical emergency, if someone is seriously ill or injured and there is a risk to life, call 999.
There is also support available online or at face-to-face Access Hubs via Wellbeing for Warwickshire.
REPORTING SPEEDING CONCERNS
Warwickshire Road Safety Partnership is bringing partners together to improve the approach on how we investigate and respond to residents’ concerns of speeding in their area. A consistent and data-led approach has been developed which considers all types of personal injury collisions reported and average speed data at the location. To report a speed concern please visit https://warksspeedconcerns.org/