Clerk’s Report February 2021


Over the past year accessibility to the Warwickshire Library service has adapted to meet residents needs.  Through its ‘eLibrary services’ where you can access

eBooks, eAudio Books, eMagazines, eNewspapers and eMusic – there is a full selection of titles and well worth a look.  In addition to this in April last year, the Council’s established ‘home library service’ started to make doorstep deliveries, enabling Warwickshire residents that were unable to access library services in any other way to have regular book deliveries to their homes and to keep reading.

Around 360 home library service customers across Warwickshire currently benefit from receiving a doorstep book delivery every 4 weeks, which equates to around 1,440 books being selected and delivered by libraries staff in the same period.  Over 3,500 doorstep book deliveries have been made since April 2020 and the current lockdown means that many residents are, once again, reliant on the service as a way of coping with the restrictions that are needed to contain the virus.

There are also resources to help with home learning.  Joining is easy and can be done on line at

Flooding issues in Lapworth Street were discussed and are being raised with the County Council.

The proliferation of litter was also discussed and advice is being sought from the District Council about support in setting up a team of local volunteers to keep the streets of Lapworth clean.

Appreciation was given at the Parish Council meeting to those volunteers and NHS workers who were contributing to the vaccine roll out programme and making great progress in our local community.

The Annual Assembly of the Parish Council is scheduled to take place on Monday 8thMarch at 7.00pm, this will be followed immediately by the monthly Parish Council meeting.  Both will be held remotely via Zoom

Minutes and Agendas for meetings are on the Parish Council website

Clerk Contact details – phone 01676 533258 or email