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    Article: Jun 29, 2020

    Hello All

    Many of you use Pontesbury Library. Take a look at their writing competition for the summer.

    Heather

    Friends of Pontesbury Library's writing competition this year is now open for entries - our theme is 'Friendship' and we're looking forward to welcoming your thoughts, ideas, anecdotes, stories, poems and personal experiences or perspectives on this subject. Be as creative as you like.
    Entry is free but we're happy to accept donations. Upper word limit is 300 for children and 500 for adults (can be less of course). Details are on the FOPL website, in the Pontesbury online newsletter and on posters around the district.

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    Article: Jun 22, 2020

    Dear All

    At last!!! - an urgent closure being put in place to repair the serious pothole and exposed pipe in the road. This could take up to 3 days to repair.

    There will be access to properties from the Whittery end of the road.

    Heather

  • Article: Jun 17, 2020

    This next funding round started on 15th and will close on Sunday 28 June is seeking to support businesses in the following areas:

    • Care businesses with losses incurred by COVID-19, delivering care in Shropshire, and employing less than 50 full time employees can apply for a grant of £10,000.
    • Smaller Retail, Hospitality and Leisure Businesses, and their supply chain who employ between 1 and 10 people, and were not eligible for the previous grant scheme due to a lack of rateable commercial premises, can benefit from a £5,000 grant.
    • Medium-sized Retail, Hospitality and Leisure Businesses, and their supply chain, with between 11 and 20 employees and no rateable premises are able to apply for a £10,000 grant.
    • Business Enabling Services (including IT, Recruitment, Creative and Digital and Professional Services (such as PR and Comms) and this funding category can also include those who are home-based and working in these areas.
  • Blackbird
    Article: Jun 14, 2020

    Would you like to help with research into garden wildlife by joining The British Trust for Ornithology's Garden BirdWatch Survey. Gardens are really important habitats for wildlife, but we need to understand how and why populations of garden birds and other wildlife are changing, and how we can help them. You can help by keeping a simple list and telling us which species visit each week, helping us learn about how wildlife uses the food, shelter and other resources in our gardens. The more we can understand about how birds and animals use our gardens, the more we can improve our cities, towns, villages and individual gardens for wildlife.
    For more information go to: https://www.bto.org/our-science/projects/gbw

  • Article: Jun 14, 2020


    SRCC (Shropshire Rural Community Council ) have opened a 'Community Resilience' fund aimed at small charities, village halls and other Covid-19 responses including any costs associated with getting services back up and running again. Further details can be found at https://www.shropshire-rcc.org.uk/services/community-groups/funding-and-grant-advice/