Category: Community Messages

Community Messages are disseminated by email and are shown on local websites and social media. They do not represent Town Council policies or views.

March 24, 2020 admin No comments exist

CHURCH STRETTON TOWN COUNCIL Covid-19 Emergency URGENT NOTICE Following the Prime Minister’s address on March 23rd, the Town Council has made the following decisions, with immediate effect, to comply with his instructions: Council Buildings All Council buildings are closed. This now includes the public toilets on Easthope Road, Lutwyche Road and in the Town Park; Town…

March 23, 2020 admin No comments exist

Church Stretton Town Council Office Our office remains closed to members of the public until further notice. Residents can still contact the Council via telephone on 01694 722113 (with answerphone), by email here. Face to face contact will be by appointment only. Our buildings, open spaces and those that we operate on behalf of charities…

March 23, 2020 admin No comments exist

For More information about the following topics This page is a list of a wide range of topics where more information can be found by following the link to: https://www.gov.uk/coronavirus How to protect yourself and others Staying at home if you think you have coronavirus (self-isolating) How everyone can help stop coronavirus (social distancing) How…

March 17, 2020 admin No comments exist

Church Stretton Town Council released the following bulletin earlier today. The bulletin explains the arrangements for support being made by the Town Council and community organisations such as Mayfair, the Medical Practice. They are asking for people to contact them if they need support, and also asking for volunteers to help others. Download the Bulletin…

February 9, 2020 admin No comments exist

For an experimental six-month period commencing January 2020, the Police, and the Town Council will hold a monthly Community Advice Surgery on the first Tuesday of every month in the Community Room at the Mayfair Health & Wellbeing Centre on Easthope Road. A local Police Officer, a Shropshire Councillor and a Town Councillor will give…

December 22, 2019 admin No comments exist

After the national political paralysis of the last three years, there is a widely shared hope that the country can, in this New Year, come back together again to address issues of common concern.  It is encouraging that all parties now agree that rural areas have, in the past, not been receiving their fair share…

December 19, 2019 admin No comments exist

For several years, the Police have been holding regular community liaison meetings, known as PACT meetings in a variety of locations. Unfortunately, these have not generally been well attended. In order to help not only the Police but also Shropshire Council and the Town Council to tune in better to local issues and concerns, these…