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We welcome feedback regarding our site - especially any problems that you may encounter finding information that you are looking for.  Comments and questions regarding the site can be submitted to  mapperleyparishcouncil@parkhalldesigns.co.uk

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CORONAVIRUS

Public sector partners across Derbyshire and Derby are running a consultation to find out how the coronavirus pandemic is affecting the lives of residents. The information gained will help partners to understand more about what can be done to support residents over the coming months.

The survey is on the county council’s website and closes on 6 November. It takes around 10 to 15 minutes to fill in.



A Message from Matt Slack, Chairman, Mapperley Parish Council

As villagers and members of the Mapperley Parish Council we would like to offer help to all of our residents.  Here are a few details to help us through.

Veterinary services

We have rang a few local vets but at present there are no plans in place to do home visits.  Information is changing daily. All of our local vets offer help over the phone.  We do have volunteers in the village should your pet need assistance.

Other issues 

There are lots of people wanting to help and we ask that if you or if you know of anyone else needing any help, let us know straight away.  Equally if you are able to offer any help please contact Jenna (07411 860184); Jeremy (07836 691748; Mat (07923 400664); Alison (07792 171659) or the Clerk, Sue (07541 737496) 

Many thanks

Mat Slack, Chairman - Mapperley Parish Council


A Message from Holy Trinity Church, Mapperley

Following Church of England advice aimed at limiting the spread of Coronavirus, public worship has been suspended until further notice.   All formal meetings due to be held in the church are also cancelled.       

Holy Trinity Church will be open for private prayer from 09.00 until 19.00 Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Sundays for anyone who needs time for quiet personal contemplation and prayer. Please observe the guidelines on distancing (2 metres) and hygiene practices when entering the church.  We advise you to pray from home using resources available on the Church of England website if you are in an “at risk” group.  A priest or lay reader will be available in the church on Tuesdays and Wednesdays at 19.00 and at 09.00 on Sundays, for consultation.       

Further details will be posted on our website as they become available - www.wssm.org.uk or you can call Revd. Gill on 0115 9324695.  A range of prayer and worship resources can be found on the Church of England website: www.churchofengland.org    









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