Kings Bromley village news
- Thanks to those that helped during the litter pick
- A38 – Piling work at Streethay details
- Litter pick
- A38 Road works w/c 12 Feb
- New 24/7 advice line to access hospice care
- A38 Road works w/c 5 Feb
- Road works – Common Lane
- A38 Road works w/c 29 Jan
- A38 roadworks w/c 22 Jan
- Flooding advice
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Lichfield Road junction with Alrewas Road
Thanks to those that helped during the litter pick
Published 26 February 2024
The Parish Council would like to thank the following for giving up their time at the weekend to pick litter from the main roads that enter our village. From the two images below you can see just how much accumulates in just 12 months!
Claudine and Rob Beddows. Kev Price and Ann Hoar, Jan Higgins, Margaret Smith, Colin and Lindsey Davies, Judith and Alan Berry, Dorothy Edwards, Sue and Ian Beckett, Dennis and Lynne O’Dea, Allan and Alison Howard, Andrea and David Dunnicliffe, Chris and Cherry.
Also to Lichfield Litter Legends who plan to tackle the Armitage Road this week.
A38 – Piling work at Streethay details
Published 16 February 2024
Published 9 February 2024
A38 Road works w/c 12 Feb
Published 9 February 2024
New 24/7 advice line to access hospice care
Published 7 February 2024
A new telephone line has been launched in Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent to make it easier for patients, relatives and health care professionals to access palliative and end of life care advice.
The new number is now live and is 0300 561 2900 and is supported by specialist clinicians.
Specialist palliative care services are provided across the area by four organisations: Douglas Macmillan Hospice in Stoke-on-Trent; Katharine House Hospice in Stafford; St Giles Hospice near Lichfield, and Compton Care in Wolverhampton. They currently have four different adviceline numbers which operate at different times of the day and night.
The new number will allow patients and healthcare professionals to obtain help and advice 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Please note the new telephone number and share this information with your stakeholders and networks.
You can read more on the ICB website.
A38 Road works w/c 5 Feb
Published 3 February 2024
Road works – Common Lane
Published 30 January 2024
A38 Road works w/c 29 Jan
Published 28 January 2024
A38 roadworks w/c 22 Jan
Published 21 January 2024
Published 17 January 2024