Kings Bromley village news
- Severn Trent work 16th June
- Show domestic abuse the red card
- Parish Council Meeting – 10th June
- Footpath closures due to HS2 works
- Parish Council Meetings
- A38 Roadworks
- A38 Roadworks w/c 3 May 2021
- Parish Council May meeting
- Co-option of Councillor
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Severn Trent work 16th June
Published 12 June 2021
Severn Trent will be undertaking work at the local pumping station on 16th June. This will result in additional lorry movements through the village and some possible disruption. For more info contact site manager on 07976348800
Show domestic abuse the red card
Published 11 June 2021
Show domestic abuse the red card
Partnership comes together ahead of the UEFA European Football Championship to tackle domestic abuse.
Over the football tournament Lichfield District Safer Community Partnership is raising awareness of the support on offer around domestic abuse.
Domestic abuse can be triggered by many things, including alcohol, and it isn’t always just physical – it can be a pattern of controlling, threatening and coercive behaviour, which can also be emotional, economic, psychological or sexual.
Inspector Stuart Coleman, of Lichfield Neighbourhood Policing Team, said: “Throughout the Euros tournament we’re reminding domestic abuse victims that there is help on hand. We’ll be promoting New Era and other local support services, so anyone who has concerns knows where to turn.
“This is in addition to encouraging football fans to drink responsibly and make a choice to either drink or drive. Our neighbourhood teams will be working closely with council colleagues to keep everyone safe and we’ll also have additional patrols on duty in the city centre.”
Councillor Richard Cox, Lichfield District Council’s Cabinet Member for Community Engagement, said: “Many of us are looking forward to the Euros getting underway. However, for some supporters the mix of emotion and alcohol can lead to increased tensions in relationships, making volatile situations even more dangerous for those around them.
“This is why we’re linking up with Staffordshire Police and other organisations in the partnership to reassure anyone who is experiencing domestic abuse that help is on hand.”
Chantelle Thompson, New Era’s Head of Service, said: “Football tournaments like this one can be a great way of bringing communities and families together. However, sadly, they often coincide with an increase in referrals to specialist support services like ours.
“But, it’s not an unfavourable match result or someone drinking too much alcohol that causes domestic abuse. Domestic abuse is caused by one person wanting to exert power and control over another. It’s never acceptable and it’s illegal.
“If you’re experiencing domestic abuse, or you want support to change your abusive behaviour, we can help you. New Era supports adults and children of all ages, genders and ethnicities living in Lichfield and elsewhere in Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent.”
People experiencing domestic abuse can contact New Era’s 24-hour confidential helpline for victims on 0300 303 3778. In an emergency always call 999.
If you want support to change your abusive behaviour, please contact New Era perpetrator services on 01785 601690.
Pathway Project also supports adults, young people and children from Lichfield District and Tamworth who are experiencing or affected by domestic abuse. Their 24-hour confidential helpline is 01543 676800 and more information is available at www.pathway-project.co.uk.
Esther Epstein, Press & Communications Officer, Lichfield District Council
t. 01543 308778 m. 07834 951630 e. firstname.lastname@example.org
Parish Council Meeting – 10th June
Published 6 June 2021
The next parish council meeting will be on Thursday 10th June at 7.45pm (Planning meeting at 7.30pm).
Members of the public wishing to attend should inform the clerk in advance of the meeting as we are restricted to 15 in total in the hall at one time. Full Covid rules will be in place. You must wear a face mask.
Footpath closures due to HS2 works
Published 25 May 2021
Please see notices under the HS2 News Section – button above
Parish Council Meetings
Published 22 May 2021
Please be aware that future parish council meetings will be held in the village hall commencing at 7.45pm on the second Thursday of each month.
If you intend attending please contact the clerk in advance as numbers (under Covid rules) are presently restricted to 15.
Contact number 07751 603031
Published 11 May 2021
Information provided to the council by Highways England will only be posted to this website if any work is planned,
Published 9 May 2021
Now the lockdown has eased Speedwatch has started again on a weekly basis.
If anyone would like to volunteer (even if you have tried before) please get in touch with Allan Howard on 472720.
We tend to do it during working hours, but could change this.
A38 Roadworks w/c 3 May 2021
Published 1 May 2021
Parish Council May meeting
Published 30 April 2021
There will be a meeting of Kings Bromley Parish Council on
Thursday 20th May at 7.30pm – this is the Annual Meeting and will be ‘face to face’ in the Village Hall. There will be a limit of 15 in the hall. Members of the public wishing to attend are reminded that full Covid-19 rules will be in place and strictly enforced. If members of the public are concerned about attending then the usual ‘Zoom’ facility will be made available. Please contact the clerk for joining details. If attending the hall please inform the clerk in advance and maintain 2m social distancing and wear a face covering.
Co-option of Councillor
Published 26 April 2021
At the parish council meeting on 14th April Mr. John Bowman was co-opted. Welcome Cllr. Bowman