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  • Article: Feb 18, 2018

    The school recently had its first OFSTED inspection for a number of years. The good news is that it kept its 'Good' rating despite the challenging funding situation that all small schools are finding themselves in. Heather said "As Chair of Governors I would like to take this opportunity of thanking all the staff and my fellow governors for all the hard work they have put in to make this happen."

  • Article: Feb 18, 2018

    SHROPSHIRE COUNCIL HAS CONFIRMED THAT THE CHANGING ROOM REFURBISHMENTS AT SpArC WILL TAKE PLACE BETWEEN 19TH FEBRUARY AND 9TH MARCH. THE POOL WILL BE CLOSED FOR THESE 3 WEEKS.
    The refurbishment will involve work to combat saturated flooring and a faulty stop tap in the ladies changing area. It will hopefully encompass the root causes of what has been a very long-standing problem and should result in transformed changing facilities. Shropshire Council have committed capital monies of circa £100k to refurbishment works at SpArC, the first stage of which was replacing the dehumidifier, which was completed before Christmas. New lockers will be provided by the SpArC charity.
    A spokesperson for Shropshire Council apologised for the delay in completing the changing room works and endorsed the future commitment of the Council to SpArC as a tier one leisure provider.

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    Article: Feb 11, 2018

    Shropshire Council's method of collecting plastic waste and the way it leaves plastic scattered all over the countryside has raised the ire of residents in the west of the county.

    Heather said:


    " Following on from the recent outcry in the media over plastic in the oceans following Blue Planet 2, a number of colleagues and I have received a growing number of complaints about the way that Shropshire Council collects plastic waste for recycling. Other councils provide some form of cover for the plastic box (either a lid or a net as in Powys) to prevent plastic items blowing away but not Shropshire. If you have and sort of breeze on collection day it results is plastic being blown all over the place.

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    Article: Jan 20, 2018

    Dear All

    Having put everything in place to register for training for Community Speed Watch - including getting the backing yesterday from our PACT - I have been told that the speed camera van will be coming back to us.! This means that they will now not train us for Community speed Watch.

    They also say that they are having problems parking the Camera van at the Brockton site as it is soft.

  • Article: Jan 8, 2018
  • Article: Jan 4, 2018

    NOTICE OF INTENDED DISPOSAL OF PLAYING FIELD LAND at

    FORMER HOPE CE (CONTROLLED) PRIMARY SCHOOL, HOPE, MINSTERLEY

    Section 77 of the School Standards and Framework Act 1998

    and Schedule 1 to the Academies Act 2010

    Notice is hereby given that Shropshire Council intends to dispose of land in its

    ownership at the former Hope CE (Controlled) Primary School site, totalling 0.725

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    Article: Jan 2, 2018

    Dear All

    I have had several people have asked me to get their grit bins refilled. They are being filled this week and the beginning of next. If you find your bin has been missed, please let me know.

    We may yet get more snow and ice!

    Heather

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    Article: Dec 16, 2017

    Just a brief note this month to wish everyone a happy Christmas and a prosperous new year.

    Our communities face some tough challenges over the next year as cutback continue to impact on services, schools and roads. If planning does not improve we will steadily have less and less housing available for our young families and less housing for people to down size into.

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    Article: Dec 10, 2017
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    Article: Dec 9, 2017