Council receives newsletter grant

Published 29 January 2007

Towards the end of 2006, the Parish Council applied for a grant that would enable it to make some improvements to the Bromley Bulletin.

As a result of this the Council has been awarded a grant of over £1100 pounds to enable the purchase of an A3 laser printer. The main improvements this will bring are the ability to include photographs and to change the format to a folded A4 presentation.

The grant was awarded from funds provided by central government and administered in our county by the Staffordshire Parish Councils’ Association. These funds are only available to the still relatively small number of Councils that have met the “Quality Council” benchmark criteria. Abbots Bromley Parish Council is one of the handful of Councils in Staffordshire that has achieved that distinction.

The Bromley Bulletin is published four times a year and is the main means by which the Council is able to provide information for local people. Past issues are available on-line in the Parish Council section of these web pages. The next issue, due in February 2007, will be in the new format.

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