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Community Messages

Published: 12th October, 2011

RESOLUTIONS passed at Town Council Meeting on SAMDEV Proposals

24/07/2012
 

See 'More info' for Resolutions passed at meeting on 31st July 2012.

 

Co-op Home Delivery Service

24/07/2012
 
On Mondays, Wednesday and Fridays, the Co-op can provide a local delivery service for residents who are unable to get to the shop or are unable to carry heavy shopping.  Orders placed the day before will be delivered the following day. Delivery charges range from £2.50 for in-town locations to £3.50 for areas outside the town (eg All Stretton, Little Stretton, Leebotwood, Smethcott, etc., etc.)
 

Shropshire Council's Parking Consultation 2012

24/07/2012
 
Shropshire Council is aiming to bring consistency to off-street parking arrangements across the county, and is seeking the public's views on their parking proposals
 

TOWN COUNCIL VACANCY FILLED BY CO-OPTION

04/07/2012
 

Church Stretton Town Council vacancy filled.

 

Tackling Fuel Poverty in Shropshire

04/07/2012
 
The conference will be of benefit to anyone working in the field of health, housing, education, family wellbeing and community work.  For details, click here
 

Campaign for better Broadband

16/04/2012
 
A campaign is being launched to encourage residents and businesses to pledge their support for bringing better broadband to Shropshire.
 

ANNUAL ASSEMBLY & SAMDEV CONSULTATION

13/04/2012
 
Church Stretton Town Council held its 46th Annual Assembly in Silvester Horne Institute on 24th April, where a presentation was also made by Shropshire Council representatives on their preferred sites for future housing development in this area. 
 

Electrical services to be maintained in town

28/02/2012
 
Following the closure of Clee Hill Electrics, residents will be pleased to learn that two former employees, with 25 years' experience between them, are setting up a new service company at the end of March.
 

Church Stretton - A Fair Trade Town

20/02/2012
 

Becoming a Fairtrade town gives a powerful message about how our community wants trade to work.  A Fairtrade town is a community that makes a collective commitment to fair trade - it helps to bring people together and to raise an awareness and a better understanding of trade issues.

 

Carers Support Service at Mayfair

20/02/2012
 
Mayfair is now working with the Community Council of Shropshire to provide a Carers Support Service on behalf of Shropshire Council.