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  • Bus 2
    Article: May 2, 2019

    Cllrs Jonny Keeley (and his family) and Heather Kidd took part in the Bus Users Shropshire march on 27th April.

    The A553 bus from Plox Green to Bishops Castle is threatened with a reduction in services from 5 per day to 2 per day. This will seriously affect people from Bishops Castle along the route getting to hospital appointments, work, Children's centres now situated in Shrewsbury, volunteering at SpArC , getting to the doctors and much more. More than 100 people took part in this march and a considerable number from the 553 bus route.

  • Article: Apr 23, 2019

    Bus Services

    Remember to take part in the consultation that Shropshire Council is running on cutting back more of our bus services. The Monty Bus is safe (for now!) but they are looking to cut back services on the Shrewsbury - Bishops Castle route. If you know anyone who uses this bus, tell them to take part in the consultation on Shropshire Council's website: https://shropshire.gov.uk/get-involved/reduction-of-local-bus-service-subsidies-financial-year-201920/

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    Article: Apr 23, 2019
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    Article: Apr 12, 2019
  • Article: Mar 31, 2019


    Heather and her Lib Dem Colleagues Jonny Keeley and Nigrl Hartin have asked Shropshire Council to rule our further cuts in bus services to the very rural parts of the County as the Council launches a consultation on the future our buses.

    Bishops Castle Councillor, Jonny Keeley, said: "First the Council strips away essential services claiming we can travel to use these in larger towns, then they propose to considerably reduce our bus service which will isolate people and reduce options for commuters, students and hospital visits.

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    Article: Mar 11, 2019
  • Article: Mar 5, 2019

    Housing needs survey for the Chirbury & Worthen area

    This is for anyone who may need a home in the next few years.

    A bungalow? A 2 or 3 bedroom home to buy? A family home to rent? This is for you, your family and friends from our area.

    Homes across Chirbury and Worthen Division started receiving housing needs forms today. These are for everyone to fill in if you need housing now or know you will in the next few years. That's homes to buy and rent! if you have family who want to move back here get them to fill it in too! THIS IS REALLY IMPORTANT - WE CAN'T MAKE DEVELOPERS BUILD THE RIGHT HOUSING UNLESS WE KNOW WHAT YOU ALL NEED!

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    Article: Mar 3, 2019


    Heather Kidd has condemned the Tory Administration for block a motion that would have made planning decisions across the County more open and transparent.

    Heather said "This was pure tribalism on the part of the ruling Conservative group. One of the biggest complaints voiced by residents at the moment is the secretive, inconsistent manner in which Shropshire Council deals with planning applications. People, Parish Council and Councillors alike are incensed that there is no effective way to have an input into the planning process

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    Article: Feb 11, 2019
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    Article: Feb 11, 2019

    Shropshire Council has 3 types of settlement in their review of where to build houses in our area. These are

    1. i) 'Hubs' - Chirbury, Brockton and Worthen,
    2. ii) 'Clusters which are settlements which have opted to have some housing (usually in no more than 2's or 3's and

    iii) 'Open countryside' everywhere else which will have no housing except - very possibly -affordable rented homes.