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Alrewas Road

Lichfield Road junction with Alrewas Road

Spate of Fly-tipping over Easter

Published 14 April 2021

Call for witnesses after 50 reports of fly-tipping across Lichfield District since the beginning of April.

From sheets of asbestos and unwanted fridges, to an old mattress and builder’s rubble, Lichfield District Council is continuing to clear up after a rise in rubbish being dumped across the district.

LDC is calling on anyone who may have seen culprits in the act of fly-tipping to report it to us to help us with our investigations.

To report fly-tipping or information about a recent fly-tipping offence go to www.lichfielddc.gov.uk/report or call 01543 308999.

Future Parish Council Meetings

Published 10 April 2021

From May’s meeting all future Parish Council meetings will be held on a Thursday in the second week of each month. They will be held at the Village Hall at 7.45pm (Planning Committee Meetings will commence at 7.30pm).

All Covid-19 restrictions will be in place. If attending please wear a face covering and stay 2m apart.

Annual Open Meeting

Published 10 April 2021

This will take place using ‘Zoom’ on 21st April at 7.30pm

APM Agenda 2021

If you wish to join in please email the clerk to obtain the link

Thank you

ian.colclough@gmail.com

A38 Roadworks – w/c 5 April

Published 10 April 2021

There are no scheduled works

LDC seeks your views

Published 6 April 2021

4.4.1 Are you being served

Senseless Vandalism of Village Hall Covid Handwash Dispensers.

Published 5 April 2021

For the second time the anti-viral handwash dispensers that the Parish Council provides for the protection of users of the Village Hall play area have been ripped off and smashed. This happened last week.

The Parish Council is considering what further steps to take.

In the meantime can users use their own hand sanitiser. All of the play equipment is sprayed with sanitiser once a week.

A38 Roadworks – no planned closures over next 2 weeks

Published 2 April 2021

A38 Roadworks w/c 29 March

Published 26 March 2021

A38 E-Bulletin wc 29MAR2021

A38 Roadworks w/c 22 March

Published 19 March 2021

A38 E-Bulletin wc 22MAR2021

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.

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