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Community Messages

Published: 12th October, 2011

Public Consultation on Shropshire services - Update

In 2012 Shropshire Star conducted a week-long consultation, with more than 130,000 readers being asked their views on everything from the state of the local economy to how often they visit the pub!

Be part of building Church Stretton's Future

A call is going out to Church Stretton residents to be part of an exciting project to create the town's next development of affordable homes.

Wenlock Edge Planning Application

See attached update from National Trust

Free Parking for Stretton Residents in Cardingmill Valley

The National Trust wishes to advise anyone residing in one of the three Strettons that they can obtain a permit to park free in Carding Mill Valley.  Just call into the National Trust shop in the Pavilion with a copy of a utility bill or...

Unitary Councillor - By-election Result

Click here for result of by-election

RESOLUTIONS passed at Town Council Meeting on SAMDEV Proposals


See 'More info' for Resolutions passed at meeting on 31st July 2012.


Co-op Home Delivery Service

On Mondays, Wednesday and Fridays, the Co-op can provide a local delivery service for residents who are unable to get to the shop or are unable to carry heavy shopping.  Orders placed the day before will be delivered the following day. Delivery charges range from £2.50 for in-town locations to £3.50 for areas outside the town (eg All Stretton, Little Stretton, Leebotwood, Smethcott, etc., etc.)

Shropshire Council's Parking Consultation 2012

Shropshire Council is aiming to bring consistency to off-street parking arrangements across the county, and is seeking the public's views on their parking proposals



Church Stretton Town Council vacancy filled.


Tackling Fuel Poverty in Shropshire

The conference will be of benefit to anyone working in the field of health, housing, education, family wellbeing and community work.  For details, click here