We will inform the Community of a date for a virtual AGM meeting in due course. Thank you for your understanding.
Our 1st Board meeting seems the Covid 19 Lockdown.
This meeting is a closed meeting and the public can not attend due to Covid 19 guidelines, however we do encourage the community members to send any questions or agenda points via e-mail.
As you know, Government restrictions imposed due to COVID-19, has meant Community Windpower was unable to host the scheduled public exhibitions presenting plans for its proposed Scoop Hill Community Wind Farm. The four events which were due to take place in Moffat, Johnstonebridge, Boreland and Wamphray, from Tuesday 31st March until Thursday 2nd April, have had to be postponed indefinitely.
In the absence of public exhibitions, Community Windpower has prepared a website dedicated to Scoop Hill Community Wind Farm and a video which captures the exhibition material. We hope you find the website https://www.scoophillwindfarm.co.uk/ and video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T1Q35rYsauI helpful, notwithstanding this Community Windpower appreciates that direct engagement is a vital part of the development process and therefore we will endeavour to hold the public exhibitions, subject to Government restrictions, as soon as possible.
We appreciate the public exhibitions offer the opportunity for questions to be answered, whilst this may not be possible face to face Community Windpower are available to answer questions via the following email firstname.lastname@example.org. The current restrictions on office working may result in slower than normal response times, however we will endeavour to answer all questions as quickly as we can.
|Following a number of calls to the office today with regards coverage on social media about criminals masquerading as being from the Red Cross and offering coronavirus tests. The Red Cross do not participate in this activity. Below is the official statement from the Red Cross.
‘The Red Cross are aware of reports on social media of people claiming to be Red Cross volunteers and purporting to offer coronavirus tests, and have reported the matter to the police.
We would like to make it clear that the Red Cross is not conducting coronavirus tests in Northern Ireland or anywhere else in the UK.
If you are contacted by someone claiming to be from the Red Cross, please ask to see identification and, of you have any concerns, contact the police.’
If you are approached or are aware of this activity going on in your area contact Police Scotland Tel 101 or 999 if you feel you are in danger.
As per Government advise the guidance on social distancing for everyone in the UK and protecting older people and vulnerable people was given, therefore all activities, clubs and private events are cancelled at the Centre until further notice. Thank you.