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Community Messages

Published: 12th October, 2011

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.
 

Police Warnings!

15/02/2012
 
Police warnings issued in February
 

Free loft and cavity wall insulation!

15/02/2012
 
Stretton Climate Care can now arrange free loft and cavity wall insulation for most domestic properties.  There are no age or income criteria, although there is a small surcharge if your home is bigger than average.  This funding is available for a limited time, so Act Now!
 

Town Council Offices to be made energy efficient

10/02/2012
 
Church Stretton Town Council offices are being made energy efficient with a grant received from the Department of Energy.
 

Bus Passes need to be renewed.

01/02/2012
 
Is your bus pass due to expire this year?  If it is, you will need to apply for a new bus pass.  Please see attached details.
 

Skips for Cardboard now in Church Stretton

18/01/2012
 
There are now two skips available for cardboard, alongside the other skips in the Lion Meadow car park, opposite the Co-op.
 

Shropshire Council U-turn on High Street

05/01/2012
 
The Southern Area Planning Committee of Shropshire Council decided this week to overturn the decision it took at its last meeting in October to proceed with the pavement widening of Church Stretton High Street.
 

Save money on domestic heating oil!

07/11/2011
 
The Community Council of Shropshire has set up a new social enterprise that will reduce the cost of your domestic heating oil each time you place an order.
 

Ring 101 for less-urgent Police Calls

01/11/2011
 
When it's less urgent than 999 - call 101