Village Hall Anti-Covid Handwash Dispensers

Published 18 March 2021

These have been ripped off the fences on the entrance and exit to the playground.

They will of course be replaced.

If anyone sees anyone involved in such antisocial behaviour, or has any information on who might have done this, please contact the Parish Council.

The play equipment itself is sprayed with disinfectant every weekend.

Map showing HS2 Notices in your area and info on Deep Soil Mixing

Published 12 March 2021

Link here

more info on Deep Soil Mixing is here

Council Tax for 2021/2022

Published 11 March 2021

Parishioners will have seen from their Council Tax bill that the amount paid to Kings Bromley Parish Council has been held, and in some cases slightly reduced.

The Parish Council felt that in these difficult times an increase could not be justified.

Unlike other District, County and service spending, that of the Parish Council, apart from the Clerk’s salary, is mainly discretionary. The Parish Council tries to fund special projects from grants and donations and uses volunteer help whenever possible.

Covid Secure Voting

Published 11 March 2021

On Thursday 6 May 2021 residents across Lichfield District, including Kings Bromley, will go to the polls to have their say on who is Staffordshire’s next Police, Fire & Crime Commissioner and who represents them at Staffordshire County Council.

Ahead of the elections in May, residents are being urged to sign up to vote by post or proxy if they would prefer not to vote in person this time round.

The deadline to apply for a postal vote is 5pm on 20 April, and for a proxy vote the deadline is 5pm on 27 April. To find out how to apply for a postal or proxy vote, visit or email or call 01543 308125.

More here

4.3.1 Covid secure voting

Community litter pick on Sunday 7th

Published 9 March 2021

The community litter pick on Sunday 7th was blessed with good weather.

As can be seen from the two attached photographs there was about half as much litter collected as there had been 5 weeks previously.

That is, unfortunately, a huge amount to have been chucked out of car windows in a short amount of time, although a slightly bigger area was covered this time.

We need to consider at both Parish and District (and perhaps County and National) level how to combat this un-understandable antisocial behaviour.

If anyone has any practical suggestions please get in touch with the Parish Council.

Thank you to all those who participated: District Councillors: Richard Cox, Thomas Marshall, Nick Binney, Parish Councillors: Jack Burkinshaw, Allan Howard, Parshioners: Kevin Price, Ann Hoar, Judith & Allan Berry, Anne Ashcroft, Matt Harper, Claudine & Rob Beddows, Dennis O’dea, Ron Smith, Lindsey & Colin Davies, Nicola & Keith Sullivan.

Allan Howard – Chairman of the Parish Council

Parish Councillor Vacancy

Published 8 March 2021

The Parish Council is looking to co-opt someone on the Council. See attached for full details.

Co option notice – March 2021

Community Litter Pick

Published 1 March 2021

It is now just past a month since our last community litter pick. This will be repeated on Sunday 7th March pm in order to find out how much litter accumulates in a month.

If you would like to participate please get in touch with Allan Howard 472720 and we will provide bags and long handled pickers.