The Village Defibrillator (based on the outside wall of the Village Hall facing the bowling club) was again used last week (successfully we are pleased to report).
But a few reminders to all.
If needed please call 999 and ask for “Ambulance”, give the call handler the Cabinet number (it is on the cabinet front), they will give you the code to open the cabinet.
Remove the Defib and deploy. Once switched on it will give you full instructions by sound as how to use it.
Once used and you are ready, please inform myself or any Parish Councillor (Contact details are on the Village Hall outdoors notice board) that you have deployed the defib and they will arrange to collect it and we will then replace the parts needed and put back in the cabinet ready for reuse.
This is a Village facility looked after the Parish Council and as such there is NO cost to the user and we ask people not to fear using it.
I have been asked if we can run another Defib/CPR course, and this is being organised at present and more info will be sent out when confirmed.
Any questions, people should contact Cllr Marius Coulon.
It sounds horribly formal but it’s not. We’re finally approaching the end of the Neighbourhood Plan process and the aforementioned Regulation 14 is the very last chance to make changes.
We’ve made a shortened version of the main document with all of the new planning rules set out. There are only 12 of them. A copy of the short version has gone to every house in Adderley Parish and we’re asking you to comment on any of the new proposed planning rules that you feel are important to you. That might be one or two of them or all of them but it’s very important that you do comment. If you want to read the full version of the Regulation 14 Neighbourhood Plan there are copies in the book shelter in Rectory Lane or you can download a copy from here:
You can comment on the enclosed form and put it in the postbox at the book shelter in Rectory Lane or you can post it at the Village Hall. Alternatively you can comment on line using the form that can be found here:
You have until January 9th to make your comments. If you want to have a look at the full Neighbourhood Plan then we have left copies at the book shelter on Rectory Lane.
Its the Annual Parish Meeting, on Wednesday evening 13th April in the Village Hall. Your opportunity to hear what the Parish Council have been doing this last year and to find out what is planned for the coming year and to ask questions.
Meeting commences at 7.30 but Tea and Coffee served from 7.00 pm
You are cordially invited to the Annual Parish Meeting to be held by your Parish Council on 13th April 2022 at Adderley Village Hall starting at 7.30pm.
The Annual Parish Meeting sounds rather formal BUT it’s an opportunity to hear about activities promoted by the Parish Council and to have your say on matters that interest you. There’s an opportunity to meet other parishioners and to relax over a cup of tea or coffee.
There’s a lot going on in Adderley.
Topics to be covered are:
Chairman’s Welcome and opening remarks
Cllr Marius Coulon
Minutes of last meeting (21st April 2021)
Jane Evans – Clerk
Matter arising from meeting
Jane Evans – Clerk
Unitary Cllrs report
Cllr Paul Wynne – Shropshire Unitary Councillor
Update on Speed awareness and the A529
Cllr Iain Wilson
Update on The Three Parishes Plan
Cllr Paul Nash
Neighbourhood Watch Update
Cllr Nick Evans
The Heritage Project
Cllr Louise Downley
Children’s playground report
Cllr Paul Shepley
The new recycling bin (have you booked yours)
Cllr Marius coulon
Annual Parish Meeting Agenda
Come and hear about what’s happening in Adderley Parish and take the opportunity to have your say. Tea and coffee available from 7:00 pm
Following a presentation by WSP’s Road Engineer for Shropshire Council at the Parish Meeting the Parish Council has been asked to gauge the resident’s opinion of the possible installation of physical traffic calming measures within the Village of Adderley. Positioned along the A529, between the School and the Church. Please see a copy of the presentation for information given below.
Adderley Parish Council invites you to give your opinion.This project is being considered to be part of the current ongoing safety upgrade work being completed on the A529 from Hinstock to Audlem.
For traffic calming to be installed it would require a system of street lighting along the A529 within the Village boundary. The purpose of this question is to establish a general feeling from the Parish regarding the installation of speed calming and street lighting.
If this project was to be progressed, Shropshire Council would give a detailed scheme and plan with a formal consultation to follow. This is not a referendum and is not to be seen as such.
This question is available to be completed online This survey is now closed