A38 Roadworks w/c 30th November
Published 28 November 2020
Published 28 November 2020
Published 20 November 2020
Published 15 November 2020
Just a reminder to return your questionnaire as soon as possible please either directly to the Parish Council chairman (address on the document) or to the box provided at the Co Op.
Published 14 November 2020
Published 11 November 2020
Green-fingered folk across Lichfield District are being reminded that it’s time to re-subscribe to the garden waste service.
Registration is now open for the garden waste service, and Lichfield District Council is urging local residents to sign up again to have their brown bins emptied in 2021.
From grass cuttings and weeds to leaves and dead plants, brown bins are a great way to recycle your garden waste. Composting is also good for the environment and can save time consuming trips to your local household waste recycling centre.
2020’s prices have been held and it will continue to cost £36 per garden waste bin for fortnightly collections next year. This works out at around £1.56 per bin collection. The council makes 23 garden waste collections from the end of January to mid-December.
Councillor Richard Cox, Cabinet Member responsible for Waste, said: “I’d like to thank everyone who signed up to our garden waste service in the last year.
“We’re now reminding all our residents they will need to sign up again if they would like their brown bins emptied in next year. If signing up online, they can also tick a box to receive our brilliant new district e-newsletter, which we’re launching in January.
“Subscribing to the garden waste service costs the same regardless of when you sign up, and your annual subscription will always end in December. This is why it makes sense to register before the first collection, so you can get a full year’s worth of collections.”
Sign up for the 2021 garden waste service at www.lichfielddc.gov.uk/mygardenbin or call the Shared Waste Service on 0345 002 0022.
“We are encouraging anyone who signs up not to cover up their 2020 sticker with their new one, so our crews know to continue to empty your brown bin for the rest of this year,” added Cllr Cox.
Published 8 November 2020
This was celebrated at the Kings Bromley War Memorial. Wreaths were laid by various village organisation. A short oration was made by Selby Rawlinson and the flag was presented by the British Legion flag bearer. A two minutes silence was held at 11am.
Published 7 November 2020
Published 6 November 2020
Published 4 November 2020
The Parish Council has been notified by the National Association of Local Councils that, although Church Services cannot take place:
‘The government has stated through various communication channels that outdoor Remembrance Sunday services at war memorials and local cenotaphs can still take place, but they should be reduced in size and observe strict social distancing’
Remembrance Sunday is on the 8th.
There is no mention of what can be done on the 11th, so the Parish Council suggests that those who wish to pay their respects and lay wreaths congregate informally in a socially distanced way at the War Memorial at 10.45am on Sunday. The wreaths can be laid and the two minute’s silence observed at 11am.
Published 3 November 2020
The telephone box by the war memorial is owned by the Parish Council and contains a book exchange run by the Book Club. Thanks to Kevin Masefield’s company JMI who have replaced the old cloudy and leaking perspex panels with new toughened glass ones. This work was done free of charge, the materials having been bought by the Parish Council.