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    Article: Sep 14, 2020

    COUNCIL INERTIA AT FATAL JUNCTION SLAMMED

    Heather Kidd is demanding urgent action over safety measures at the scene of a fatal accident after a year of inaction by Shropshire Council.

    Heather said: "At the Folly Junction on the B4386, visibility is very poor when you are coming from the Chirbury direction and there have been numerous accidents here over the years. A person died here in July 2019 and representatives from the Parish Council and I met Officers from Shropshire Council at the Junction on 1st August 2019. We agreed on a number of measures to improve safety here including new white lining and signage which is re-sited and is also NOT misleading as it is now.

  • Article: Sep 11, 2020

    Dear All

    Thank you to those who attended the meeting about the re-consultation on Wednesday - this was available in person for a few and on Zoom.

    There is a further meeting on Tuesday 15th at 7.00pm and 7.45pm for those who missed that. Please contact the Clerk Sarah Smith for details. clerk@worthenwithshelvepc.org.uk Tel: 01743 891438

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    Article: Sep 6, 2020

    Liberal Democrat Councillors in South West Shropshire have launched a new Eat Local campaign to support local restaurants cafes and pubs.

    Building on their recent Shop Local campaign, Shropshire Councillors Heather Kidd, Nigel Hartin and Ruth Houghton have produced a leaflet listing all the different places to eat, across their areas of Chirbury, Clun and Bishop's Castle. The leaflet is designed for visitors to the area as well as for local residents.

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    Article: Sep 4, 2020

    Bishop's Castle Foodbank has benefited from devastating flooding which has very sadly left Bucknell Village Stores with no alternative but to close its doors for the last time. Proprietors Sam and Lee Traylor not only had flood damage to deal with and clean up but they also had the problem of what to do with the remaining stock in the shop which closed last week.