Road Closure: Former Railway Bridge to New Marton Junc, Hindford

Start Date: 28th April 2021 End Date: 30th April 2021 Purpose: Road Closure – Hydrant Renew Works Promoter:   Severn Trent Water Works Promoter Ref: LB9141201-000012721230 Enforcement pattern for Former Railway Bridge to New Marton Junc, Hindford:All the time You can view the closure and diversion route by clicking here: Should you have any queries regarding this closure, please call Customer ServicesContinue reading “Road Closure: Former Railway Bridge to New Marton Junc, Hindford”

Census Support In Shropshire

Census Support in Shropshire ● If you require support to complete the census you can share your access code with family and trusted friends who can complete the census on your behalf.● During week commencing 8th March: every household will receive an information pack that includes your access code. Online CompletionComplete the census online usingContinue reading “Census Support In Shropshire”

Grants for Shropshire and beyond!

SHROPSHIRE INFECTION CONTROL GRANT FUND Shropshire Council has provided Shropshire Rural Community Council with funding to set up a one-off grant fund in order to support small charities and community groups in Shropshire to continue to deliver services to people, particularly to vulnerable people, during the pandemic.  Funding is available to purchase personal protection equipmentContinue reading “Grants for Shropshire and beyond!”

Community Reassurance Update from Shropshire Council – 1st December 2020

As we move into National Tier Two restrictions from Wednesday 2nd December, many of us will welcome the easing of restrictions and the chance to prepare for a very different festive season to usual. It is hearting to see the infection figures moving slowly in the right direction, and it’s reassuring to know that testingContinue reading “Community Reassurance Update from Shropshire Council – 1st December 2020”

2021 Census in Shropshire

The Office of National Statistics (ONS) will carry out the 2021 Census on 21st March 2021. The Census will provide a picture of England and Wales, revealing the size and characteristics of the population and providing valuable information that will be used to inform policy development, funding allocations and future service planning. The 2021 censusContinue reading “2021 Census in Shropshire”

Community Speed Watch

A Community Speed Watch Scheme is initiated in a Village when ‘speeding traffic’ has been identified as a community road safety concern by the Parish Council. However, several criteria must be met before a scheme can be established: The area must have a 30mph or 40mph speed restriction. Speed data collected by the Safer RoadsContinue reading “Community Speed Watch”

Community Reassurance Update from Shropshire Council – November 2020

I hope that everyone is well and has managed to process the implications of the new lockdown in England, outlined here. As we know, a lockdown situation can make it even more challenging for vulnerable residents to access basic supplies and the risk of becoming lonely and isolated increases. I wanted to share a shortContinue reading “Community Reassurance Update from Shropshire Council – November 2020”

Community Reassurance update from Shropshire Council – Oct 2020

Isolating payments If people are on a low income, they may be entitled to a test and trace support payment of £500 if they: 1.       Have been told to stay at home and self-isolate by the NHS Test and Trace service, either because they’ve tested positive for coronavirus or have recently been in closeContinue reading “Community Reassurance update from Shropshire Council – Oct 2020”

Community Reassurance Update from Shropshire Council – October 2020

The following is an update from Shropshire Council: As the pandemic continues, we find ourselves continually adapting and innovating in order to manage the situation, always mindful of the uncertainty ahead. Since the lockdown lifted, our businesses and organisations have gone to great lengths to provide Covid-secure measures for the community, yet the infection ratesContinue reading “Community Reassurance Update from Shropshire Council – October 2020”