Ashbrook Lane development – Public meeting Wednesday 3 June

Abbots Bromley Parish Council will be hosting a meeting to be held on Wednesday, 3rd June 2015 at 7.00 pm in the Memorial Room, The Village Hall, Abbots Bromley.

The meeting will be an opportunity for residents to discuss the proposed development on Ashbrook Lane with representatives from ESBC’s planning department.

All members of the public are welcome. The meeting will start promptly at 7.00pm.

Uttoxeter Household Waste Recycling Site – an update

In January of this year the landowner, East Staffordshire Borough Council, gave the operator, Staffordshire County Council, six months’ notice to leave the site in Pennycroft Lane.

The County Council has committed to spending up to £1 million to provide a new facility on a brownfield site off Dove Way within 18 months.

However, following recent talks with East Staffordshire Borough Council, the position has changed: now Pennycroft Lane will remain open until September and both councils will use the time to work together to explore options for a temporary solution until the new site opens.

Parish Council Meeting – 20 May 2015

1. Apologies for absence
2. Public session
3. Election of Chairman
4. Election of Vice Chairman
5. Authority to Act Between Meetings
6. Working Groups
7. Declarations of Interests
8. Minutes of Previous Meetings
9. Matters of report
10. Planning
11. Financial Matters
12. Group Reports
13. Correspondence, bulletins & reports
14. HS2
15. Horn Dance
16. Agenda items for the next meeting
17. Date and time of next meeting
– Wednesday, 24th June 2015, 7.00pm Memorial Room, Village Hall

The full meeting notice is available on these pages

Marsh Farm Tea Room Gardens open to public

Marsh Farm gardens Everyone is welcome to wander around the award winning gardens between 2.30pm to 5.30pm and any donations received will be given to St Nicholas Church, Abbots Bromley.

The tea room will also be open if anyone fancies a cup of tea or a delicious home-made scone or cake.

For more information please call 01283 840323.

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