Road Closure: Market Drayton Christmas Event

There will be a Christmas market and lights switch on event in

Market Drayton on 17th November 2018. Cheshire St will be closed 6am to

8pm and Stafford St between 4pm and 6.30pm

Enforcement pattern for Market Drayton Christmas Event:

 All the time

You can view the closure and diversion route by clicking here:

https://roadworks.org?tm=108627108

Should you have any queries regarding this closure, please call Customer

Services on 0345 6789006, or contact the Street Works Team on

streetworks@shropshire.gov.uk.

Road Closure: Remembrance Sunday.

There will be a Remembrance parade and service in Market

Drayton on 11th November 2018. The following roads to be closed: Queen

St, High St, Church St, and St Marys St 9am to 9.45am. Church St, St

Marys St, Shropshire St, Cheshire St, Queen St 10.30am to 11.40am.

Frogmore Rd, Cheshire St, Towers Lawn 10.50am to 11.10am.

Enforcement pattern for Market Drayton Remembrance Sunday:

 All the time

You can view the closure and diversion route by clicking here:

https://roadworks.org?tm=108535276

Should you have any queries regarding this closure, please call Customer

Services on 0345 6789006, or contact the Street Works Team on

streetworks@shropshire.gov.uk.

Arrangements For Armistice Day

Remembrance Sunday is this Sunday the 11th of November and will be a very special day: It  commemorates the The Armistice  that ended the  1st World War and this Sunday falls on the 11th hour of the 11th month just as it did 100 years ago.

Irrespective of faith please come to St Peter’s Adderley for the 10 am service  to honour all the soldiers who fought in this horrific war.

School Bonfire Night

Sunday saw parents and children gather for hot dogs, burgers and fireworks at Adderley Village Hall. There were stalls in the room and the bottle stall raised £90 for the Village hall.

Pictures by Marius Coulon

Harvest Supper 2018

Monday night saw everybody enjoy a great Harvest Supper at Adderley Village Hall. Lovely food prepared by the amazing volunteers and an entertaining auction on behalf of St Peter’s Church with the donated food and flowers going to the highest bidder.

Photographs by Marius Coulon

We’re on the Way and we need a Logo for Adderley

The Rebuilding Sub Group of the Adderley Village Hall Committee met on 10th September and members reported they had been busy all summer. The Finance Group will be meeting with the Council Funding Team and are looking at other sources of Grants and Funding. To this end some members will be attending Business Case Writing Courses specifically aimed at helping charities draw up a bid for funding. The Social Committee have been compiling a list of local businesses who might be approached for sponsorship and are in the early stages of planning a Grand Fundraising Event with a Celebrity Guest Speaker.

We would like to have a logo and strap line for all Adderley organisations and events. Any ideas? The oak tree on the village green or the church have been suggested so far. Any budding graphic designers out there please contact jane.rushton@live.co.uk

You can see the minutes of the last two meetings by clicking the links below.

Minutes 2018 07 02

Minutes 2018 09 10

Neighbourhood Plan: Designated Area Consultation

The Three Parishes Neighbourhood Plan covers Norton In Hales, Adderley and Moreton Say. This will give us a say in how our villages develop over the next ten years so it’s an important plan and we all should be part of it.

Work has been underway to get it started over the last few months and we have formally notified Shropshire Council that we wish to develop our own Neighbourhood Plan. Shropshire Council have taken our proposal and put it out for consultation: this is an important first step.

The consultation will run until 24th October and you can see the proposed Designated Area here:

http://shropshire.gov.uk/get-involved/adderley-moreton-say-and-norton-in-hales-neighbourhood-plan/

If you have a view on the nature and extent of the area you should respond to the consultation using the links found at that address.

To find out more about the Three Parishes Neighbourhood Plan, who is involved, what it means and how to get engaged in the plan you can visit:

Three Parishes Neighbourhood Plan

or you can follow the RSS feed on the News page of this website.