Shropshire Council’s BIG Conversation

At last night’s Parish Council meeting Shropshire Councillor Paul Wynn reported that Shropshire Council are facing unprecedented cuts in funding and are keen to engage the public in a dialogue about how they might proceed.

In order to do this they have launched The Big Conversation; a wide ranging consultation with Shropshire residents looking at the options for dealing with the funding cuts. There are a number of ways in which you can participate in the consultation:

  • visit:www.shropshire.gov.uk/bigconversation
  • follow us: @shropcouncil #Shropbc
  • email:BigConversation@shropshire.gov.uk
  • call:0345 678 9077 (weekdays from 9am to 5pm)

The document link below will explain the scale of the cuts facing all of us in the next five years, not one of us will be unaffected by these cuts in some way or other so Cllr Wynn urges as many people as possible to take part.

Click to find out more: Big Conversation

Sunday 22nd November

No service at St. Peter’s this sunday

A Benefice Holy Communion Service @ Moreton Say

11.00 am

Also a Evening Lay Prayer service also @

Moreton Say 6.30pm

All will be welcome

Village Hall Hosts Another Successful Bridge Drive

Alan Hodgson Writes:

The Bridge drive was, again, very successful with a number of new helpers added to the usual group of brilliant volunteers.

We managed to fill 19 tables and we had a very good raffle which meant the total funds raised was £1024. (Webmaster says “Wowzers!”)

We received lots of compliments.

A very big THANK YOU to everybody who supported the event.

Adderley School Fireworks

The Friends of Adderley School held their annual fireworks display on Friday. There were lots of stalls, games and people. Best of all there were fireworks.

Didn’t manage to get to the Fireworks on Friday? Worry not; click the picture to get a taste of what you missed.

Be patient it takes a little while to load – but it’s worth it.

 

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