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Graham Dumpleton

The Chairman and Parish Councillors at St Michael would like to thank Graham Dumpleton who has recently retired after devoting over 40 years to St Michael. Graham, we are grateful for your tireless work on the Council’s behalf, and we wish you all the very best for the future.

Coronavirus/ COVID-19

St Michael Parish Council’s best role in this pandemic is to provide direct links to the current information supplied by the Government and the NHS.

Remember, it’s best to seek information on the disease from official sources like those mentioned below. You are advised against relying on social media for information as some of it may be inaccurate, or, worse, be spreading coronavirus conspiracies, fake cures or scams.

BEWARE Fraudsters could pose as helpers by suggesting to do shopping for you if you cannot go out. However genuine or official seeming, NEVER give cash up front to someone you do not know well. NEVER hand over your bank card or account details, a genuine helper will accept a cheque. If in doubt, call a trusted friend, neighbour or relative. If you feel threatened or afraid, call 999 and ask for the police.

Public Health England has FAQs that will be updated regularly

There is a Volunteer Compassionate Community Connector programme in response to Covid-19.  This is for people who are healthy and at low risk to help others across the districts of St Albans and Hertsmere.  Individuals can sign-up using: www.communities1st.org.uk/COVID-19-community-signup  

St Albans City and Dstrict Council has put a range of information and advice related to coronavirus on their website . See: https://www.stalbans.gov.uk/coronavirus-information-and-advice

Guidance on the gov.uk website developed with the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, aiming to assist employees, as well as employers and businesses in providing advice on COVID-19 to their staff

(Archived) General Election Thursday 12th December 2019

All the General Election notices have been published on-line by St Albans City & District Council, and are available through this link.  Their website also contains comprehensive information on all aspects of this and other types of election.

If you have not received a poll card with details of your polling station, or if you have registered for a postal vote but have not yet had it, you should check what’s happened with Electoral Services at St Albans District Council by ‘phoning 01727 819294 or emailing elections@stalbans.gov.uk.

Remember, poll cards are for information only, and you can still cast your vote if you lose or forget your poll card.  If you need to check which polling station you must use, again, please check with Electoral Services as above.