Fancy a walk in Boreham but don’t know where the footpaths are?
You can view the footpath leaflet by clicking here: Boreham Parish Footpaths Map or you pick up a printed leaflet from the Parish Office, Boreham Village Hall.
More detailed information is available for each walk, by clicking on the links below:
The playground equipment is all closed to help prevent the spread of the CoronaVirus. The Parish Council have taped off all of the play equipment, but some of this has been removed and some are continuing to use it. We appreciate that most residents are taking a sensible approach but there are some who continue to ignore the guidelines. Unfortunately if we are unable to stop people from using the play equipment, we may be forced to reconsider the decision to leave the Recreation Ground open. This is for everyone’s health and well-being.
The Parish Council have been made aware on Facebook that there continues to be parents taking off the tape to allow children to play on the equipment. Government guidelines have instructed playground equipment to be closed as the virus is transmitted on surfaces where children have been playing. If you see anyone allowing their children to play on the equipment please call the Police on 101.
Overnight works will resume at the Army and Navy roundabout in Chelmsford from next week. An update has been posted on the website to outline the traffic restrictions that will be in place from 30 March and throughout April.
· From Monday 30 March 2020 through until 17 April temporary lane restrictions are expected overnight and on the Army and Navy roundabout and its approaches. Restrictions will be in place between the hours of 7.30pm and 6.30am.
· Tuesday 7 April 2020 – Essex Yeomanry Way will be fully closed to outbound traffic (i.e. closed to vehicles travelling in an eastward direction, away from roundabout/city centre) between the hours of 12.30am and 5am.
· Thursday 16 April and Friday 17 April 2020 – Parkway to be closed for two nights to inbound traffic (i.e. closed to vehicles travelling west towards the city centre) between the hours of 12.30am and 5am.
· A separate diversion route will be in place during this temporary road closure to access the Travelodge.
These arrangements may be subject to change at short notice. Please always check onsite signage and traffic management in place.
With immediate effect, the Parish Office is no longer open to members of the public. Anyone who wishes to speak to a member of the Parish Council is encouraged to e-mail the clerk on firstname.lastname@example.org or you can telephone on 01245 469941 and leave a message. Once we are informed that normal business can resume, we will let everyone know. Latest position updates will be provided here on the website or on the Boreham Parish Council Facebook page.
Clerk to the Council