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.

December 20, 2018 admin No comments exist

The following has been received from Shropshire Council… B4371 Church Stretton to Old District Boundary East of Longville in the Dale Briefing note regarding Surfacing and Patching works As you are will no doubt be aware the B4371 road condition has deteriorated a great deal over the last 12/18 months. Shropshire Council intends to undertake…

December 13, 2018 admin No comments exist

I am pleased to have this opportunity to send a  message to the people of our wonderful town at this time of year.   Looking back over Christmas messages from recent years, I have noticed that predictions as to when the future of our library and swimming pool will be resolved, have proven to be…

June 21, 2018 admin No comments exist

Presented by Church Stretton School and Teme Leisure, and taking place at the School, the Sports & Leisure facilities, the swimming pool, and in outdoor areas. Open to all members of the community whatever level of ability, we have sports wheelchairs you can use if you have a movement disability. Free for clubs and organisations…

June 14, 2018 admin No comments exist

Cllrs Lee Chapman, David Evans and Michael Braid with our Much Wenlock opposite numbers, met with Philip Dunne MP and representatives of Barclays Bank regarding their plan to close the bank in Sandford Avenue. We presented a number of arguments in support of the branch remaining. We focused especially upon the plight of the elderly…

June 12, 2018 admin No comments exist

SHROPSHIRE COUNCIL Footpath 6 Marshbrook Shropshire Council hereby gives notice under Section 14(2) of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 that the use of that part of Footpath 6 in the parish of Marshbrook 10 metres either side of the Old Mill Rail Crossing will be prohibited with immediate effect for 21 days on the…

August 21, 2017 admin No comments exist

Shropshire Council want to offer an improved parking service that is hassle-free, and that makes use of the latest technology. They want a service that offers value for money and that is consistent across the county, and to make it easy for customers to understand how much it costs to park, on-street and in car parks,…

August 2, 2017 admin No comments exist

Shropshire Libraries are currently consulting on a new draft Library Services Strategy. The strategy sets out the Council’s vision to unlock the huge potential that library services have to impact positively on individuals lives.  It also recognises that this is a challenging time for library services – traditional usage has been declining in recent years,…

July 22, 2017 admin No comments exist

The Town Council has now formally announced their replacement for the current Town Clerk, Marian Giles, when she leaves their employment on 4th August. Danny Chetwood is an experienced public sector manager, with a consistent track record of recruiting, managing and developing multidisciplinary teams. An accomplished Contract Manager and successful Regulatory Manager, Danny has over…

July 13, 2017 admin No comments exist

A new and ambitious strategy that outlines how Shropshire Council and its partners will work together to grow the economy of Shropshire over the next five years has been approved by Shropshire Council’s Cabinet today (12 July 2017).  The economic growth strategy 2017 – 2021 sets out a new direction for economic growth in Shropshire and…

January 19, 2017 admin No comments exist

How can life go on?The aftermath of the Holocaust and of subsequent genocides continues to raise challenging questions for individuals, communities and nations. HMD 2017 asks audiences to think about what happens after genocide and of our own responsibilities in the wake of such a crime. This year’s theme is broad and open ended, there…