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Brown Edge Parish Council
Brown Edge Parish Council
Residents in parts of the Staffordshire Moorlands are being urged to book a test for Covid-19.

The areas of Cellarhead and Werrington, Bagnall, Brown Edge, Endon, Cheadle, Checkley and Upper Tean and been identified as Covid-19 hotspots, places where there is a high level of community transmission.

People with or without symptoms in these areas are being encouraged to book a test at They should choose the option “my council has asked me to book a test” if they don’t have the main symptoms Of Covid-19.

People with the main symptoms of Covid-19: persistent cough, fever or loss of taste or smell must self-isolate immediately, remain in isolation until they have a test result, and then continue to isolate for 10 days if positive

Anyone in these areas who is concerned that they may have been exposed to the virus, but aren’t showing symptoms can also get a test. Again, they need to follow the lockdown rules, but do not need to self-isolate unless they are positive. They can book as above.

There is currently good availability at the Fenton Local Testing Site, and a Mobile Testing Unit will now also be at JCB in Cheadle, ST10 2JU on November 25, 26 and 27. These need to be booked in advance via the national portal.

Dr Johnny McMahon, Staffordshire County Council’s Cabinet Member for Health, Care and Wellbeing, said: “There are a few areas of the Moorlands that we would class as ‘hotspot’ areas, areas with a high level of transmission. We are encouraging more people in these areas to get tested, even if they aren’t currently showing symptoms.

“There is currently good availability at local testing sites and a mobile unit in Cheadle for the next few days. Testing helps us understand the spread in an area, so we can identify and isolate more cases and reduce the spread of the virus.”
Brown Edge Parish Council
Brown Edge Parish Council
**We're excited to announce Brown Edge Parish Council's 2020 Brown Edge Christmas Lights Competition!**

In an attempt to encourage as much Christmas spirit in Brown Edge as possible, Councillors decided at the last Parish Council meeting (4th November) to hold a Christmas Lights competition. There will be three categories and one house in each category will win a £50 prize. These prizes have been kindly donated by three local businesses who are sponsoring the categories:

Category 1 : The Meaning of Christmas - £50 Prize - Kindly sponsored by Holdcroft Heating & Gas Fitting Limited

Category 2 : Most Entertaining Display - £50 Prize - Kindly sponsored by N&J Tree Services

Category 3 : Most Beautiful Display - £50 Prize - Kindly sponsored by TTI Success Insights UK

All you need to do to enter the competition is put your Christmas lights up and live on Brown Edge! Our judges will be walking around over the festive period and will announce the winners of each category on the 26th December. So get involved in the fun if you can this year and let's try and make Christmas 2020 as memorable as possible. Good luck!
Brown Edge Parish Council
Brown Edge Parish Council
*Remembrance Day Announcement*