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    Article: Oct 24, 2020

    The lockdown has unfortunately seen a rise in rural crime across the County. The rise was driven by thefts of high-value tractors, quad bikes and other farm vehicles. Livestock theft and theft from isolated properties has also increased.
    Richard Huffer, Lib Dem Councillor and Farmer said " I really would urge residents to take measures to prevent their property being stolen, especially if you live in an isolated property. As well as taking conventional measures such as locks on doors and windows, residents should consider using smart water on smaller items of value and fitting trackers on larger ones like quad bikes.
    "What is new is that we are getting several reports of thefts of dogs especially pedigree dogs so make sure your pets are securely housed too"

  • Article: Oct 16, 2020

    Snailbeach to Stiperstones road closure - 29th October FOR 2 DAYS

    Severn Trent has no permit for this work.

    The Council has asked them to remove the signs---- AGAIN!!!

    (This was to be a boundary box installation outside the Snailbeach Methodist Church)

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    Article: Oct 16, 2020


    For pothole patching

    Stockton - 19th/ 20th October (Monday and Tuesday) 9.30AM - 4.00PM

    Chirbury - 21st October (Wednesday)9.30AM - 4.00PM

  • Article: Oct 14, 2020

    Dear All

    Finally, it appears after nagging, articles in the press, etc the Folly junction will be resurfaced and new white lines put in.

    OVERNIGHT Road Closure

    At the Folly Junction(B4386)

    for 16th October for 2 nights.

    From 7pm until 7am

    There have been so many accidents and near misses here let's hope this helps.

  • .
    Article: Oct 11, 2020

    Councilors in the West of the County have revamped their community e-bulletin in response to second wave of infections hitting the County

    Cllr Heather Kidd said: "In March with the full lockdown we began sending out E-Bulletins with useful advice and updates on COVID regulations, help available in the community and a whole host of other items. These were sent out around every 10 days on email and on Facebook. They were well-read, and feedback was good. Paper versions were available in some shops."