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Chirbury and Worthen Division

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    Article: Jul 20, 2014

    The decision, finally, to move the Post Office into 'Connect' has been welcomed by all concerned. Not only has this kept a post office open in the village but has guaranteed the 'outreach' services to shops in Wentnor and Marton and the partnership with Worthen shop as well.

    New Post Office is scheduled to open on 28th July.

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    Article: Jul 18, 2014

    Brockton: Cock Inn 6.30 7.30pm Tuesday 29th July.

    Chirbury: Chirbury Shop: 10.00 - 11.00am Saturday 2nd August.

    Bentlawnt: Stables Inn 7.00 - 8.00 pm Monday 4th August

    Blue Bell Inn 7.00 - 8.00pm Thursday 7th August.

    Stiperstones: Stiperstones Inn 7.00 - 8.00pm Monday 11th August.

    Marton: Sun Inn, 7.00 - 8.00pm Thursday 14th August

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    Article: Jul 18, 2014

    The original school building in Chirbury built in 1675 will now be brought back into use .

    Chair of Governors Heather Kidd said "This building was purpose built as a school complete with school masters accommodation and is a Grade 2 listed building. For most of the past 50 years though it has mainly been a private residence*. However having reached an agreement with the Trustees of the building Tim Roberts, the Head, and a team of volunteers have been working hard to get the building ready for structural work to start this holidays.

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    Article: Jul 11, 2014

    Dear All

    The planning application is being handled by Heather Bradley and the details are below. Either object on line or in writing to the Heather Bradley, Planning Officer, The Gateway, Craven Arms. or to Heather Bradley, Planning Officer, Shirehall, Abbey Foregate, Shrewsbury, Shropshire, SY2 6ND

    Planning Applications published on 26/06/2014 relating to electoral division: Chirbury And Worthen

  • Article: Jul 9, 2014
    A recent cash injection by the Government to Shropshire's roads budget is beginning a difference on some of the major roads through our area. Repair work that has been left undone for months, such as the main road by the Church in Marton and the Leigh Road, is now imminent. Some smaller roads which were in a dreadful state, such at Lower Wood are also being addressed. However, that still leaves a mass of potholes and degraded surfaces on minor roads that need doing. It is estimated that at our current rate of repair it will take 93 years to finish the job!
  • Article: Jul 9, 2014
    Sue Cooke, site head at Stiperstones School will take over as the new head of the Chirbury and Stiperstones Schools Federation from later on this month. I'm sure she will make a superb head.
    Tim Roberts the Headmaster of Chirbury School (and the first head of the Federation) will be retiring after 27 years. We all wish him well in his retirement.
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    Article: Jul 6, 2014

    Councillors in the West of Shropshire have welcomed the speed at which the Governments extra cash for road repairs has been put to work but warn that it is only addressing the tip of the iceberg.

    Heather Kidd, said "This injection has made a difference on some of the major roads through my division. Work that has been left undone for months such as the main road through Marton and the Leigh Road is now imminent. Some smaller roads which were dreadful such at Lower Wood are also being addressed but it still leaves a mass of repairs on country roads that need doing. It is estimated that at our current rate of repair it will take 93 years to finish the job!"

  • Article: Jul 6, 2014

    Cllr Roger Evans , Leader Of the Liberal Democrats on Shropshire Council, has demanded that Shropshire Council come clean about why it is failing to capitalise on a Government grant of £11.38m to extend broad band coverage across the County.

    Roger said "Huge swathes of the rural parts of our county are at a huge economic as well as social disadvantage through not having proper broadband connection. Small and medium size businesses across our area are at an increasing disadvantage because of this*.

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    Article: Jul 5, 2014

    Villagers in Bentlawnt are meeting in Hope Village Hall on Thursday to voice their disapproval of a proposal to build an estate of executive homes overlooking the village

    Heather Kidd, (who organised the meeting ) said: " The developer proposes to build 7 houses opposite and above the shop in Bentlawnt. This proposal does not take into account the views of our communities as

  • Article: Jun 23, 2014

    Shropshire campaigners has welcomed the Governments announcement that the Government are to put pressure on the big mobile operators to introduce 'National Roaming' to improve mobile coverage. In Shropshire 3 Councillors have locked in a dispute with EE for months over the issue.

    Heather said "In the West of the County we have been campaigning for months to get EE to listen to the complaints of residents. We've collected loads of evidence, run petitions and tried on 14 occasions to contact their 'Customer Care' people without result. Their response to letters, emails and phone calls is either nothing or nonsensical gibberish. Local people pay good money for a poor service and are treated with contempt!"