Drigg & Carleton Bonfire Night Friday 5th November starts 6:30pm

DRIGG and CARLETON
FIREWORK COMMITTEE

THE FIELD BEHIND
THE VICTORIA HOTEL,
DRIGG
Friday 5th NOVEMBER
BONFIRE 6.30 pm FIREWORKS 7.00 pm
NO SPARKLERS PLEASE
(OUR INSURANCE DOES NOT COVER THESE)
Gordon and Belinda at The Victoria Hotel kindly ask you to follow these COVID rules when entering: –
• Keep your masks on when entering and until seated
• Use the hand sanitizer
• Obey the one-way system
• Follow the 1+ meter rule

Thank you

 

Fireworks poster 2021

Potential changes to the traffic calming on the B5344, Drigg

Concerns have been raised over the effectiveness of the existing speed cushions, while reports of noise pollution have also been received. Cumbria County Council are therefore proposing to remove the existing speed cushions outside of Rose Cottage, and replace them  with a priority give way system.

Please find attached a location plan and drawing detailing the proposed traffic calming changes.

If you have any comments you would like to make regarding the possible changes, please respond by Friday 20th August 2021; labelling your correspondence “Drigg Traffic Calming”.   Any feedback, either in favour or against our suggestions, would be appreciated – respond to  TrafficTeam.West@cumbria.gov.uk

Location Plan (1)

Priority Give Way

Public Access Defribulators for Drigg & Carleton Parish

Public Access Defribrillators

The Public Access Defribillators (PAD) are located outside Drigg Village Hall, at Saltcoats Caravan Park and at Holmrook Services Station.

In case of an emergency requiring a defribillator, the procedure is: Call 999, ask for an Ambulance, the NWAS operator will give you an access code which will allow you, or someone giving help, to open the cabinet andcollect the defribillator. Once the defribrillator is switched on it gives verbal instructions and will only activate if the casualty has cardiac arrest​.