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    Article: Jun 18, 2021

    Last night Liberal Democrats gained a 25% swing in Chesham and Amersham electing our 12th MP, Sarah Green.

    We struck at the heart of the Conservatives' blue wall and took one of their safest seats.

    Liberal Democrats showed that we are a force to be reckoned with. We have a team to match anyone.

    Their blue wall isn't.

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    Article: Jun 18, 2021

    By the end of the week, Severn Trent will have installed 1000m of pipe and they are beginning the process of making the new mains live on Thursday.

    As part of the new mains commissioning procedure they can only make 300m live at a time, which is swabbed and chlorinated, then sampled before we can continue to the next 300m.

  • Article: Jun 18, 2021

    Heathers Report for June 2021

    ROADS STILL IN A MESS

    The good news is there are works scheduled (after a lot of pressure from the parish, myself and others) to repair potholes in our area. The bad news is that Shropshire Council, KIER their contractors and Severn Trent are still not co-ordinating their activities.

  • Article: Jun 12, 2021

    Dear All

    Shropshire Council launched a new grant scheme yesterday - The Shropshire Wide Economic Recovery Grant which offers one off grants of £10,000 to £25,000 to support immediate Summer activity. It is only open for applications until next Friday 18th June when applications close at 4pm. The criteria and full details can be found on this link

  • Article: May 29, 2021

    Shropshire Council voted in September 2019 to implement 20 mph limits outside our schools. Something which many Councils already do. The new Highways Portfolio Holder, Steve Charmley has just announced this will be taken forward at long last.

    Heather said "I welcome this as I have been campaigning on this for many years. We now need a timeline for the rollout, when each school will be assessed and a target date for delivery. It could save time and money just to ask the local member and the Parish Council if there is an issue and then set implementation in progress. All our children deserve to be able to travel to school in safety which they cannot at present in Worthen, Chirbury and Stiperstones as the roads are so busy. It's time for the new Cabinet members on their new allowance rates to start delivering the services we need across the County.".