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Published: 12th October, 2011

Deep Clean on Central Avenue - 10th June

Shropshire Council are undertaking a deep clean along Central Avenue next Weds morning (10th June) between 8.30-11am.  Properties will be leafleted and posters displayed tomorrow or Monday, and the road will be coned off on Tuesday...

Programme of Guided Walks and Workshop events for Rectory Wood and Field

Church Stretton Town Council and Shropshire Council have been successful in obtaining a grant from Shropshire Hills AONB Conservation Fund to put on a series of guided walks and workshop events linked to Rectory Wood and Field.  The full...

Town Launches Clean Dog Walkers' Pledge

Church Stretton Town Council, in partnership with CPRE, West Mercia Police and Shropshire Council, have launched a Clean Dog Walkers' Pledge to encourage all responsible dog owners in Church Stretton to take a lead in getting rid of the blight of...

Town Warden Needed

With the changes that are occurring in the town a vacancy has arisen for a Town Warden. CHURCH STRETTON TOWN COUNCIL VACANCY FOR TOWN WARDEN 21 HOURS PER WEEK £6.50 per hour • 21 hour week (worked flexibly across 7 days with some...

Town Plan Summary Leaflet

A Town Plan Summary leaflet has been prepared and is available to download now.

Public Exhibition

Attached is a poster giving details of a public exhibition to take place in the Silvester Horne Institute concerning a planning application which is being prepared for land adjoining Church Stretton Academy School.

Grouse Count

For the last four years, the Red Grouse population on the Long Mynd has been counted by the co-ordinated efforts of volunteers at dusk on several evenings between late March and early May. Volunteers have included participants on the National Trust...

New House Farm

The New House Farm planning application is NOT being heard at Shropshire Council South Area Planning Committee on the 10th of February.  It is not yet known when it will be heard.

Snow Gates

Shropshire Council Highways have recently installed new snow gates on all the main access routes onto Long Mynd, in South Shropshire, including on the Burway Road and at Ratlinghope. The gates are to be closed when the road conditions are such that...

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