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November Parish Council Meeting
Road Closure Order for Remembrance Sunday
Published 7 November 2022
THE EAST STAFFORDSHIRE BOROUGH COUNCIL
TOWN POLICE CLAUSES ACT 1847
(TEMPORARY CLOSURE OF BAGOT STREET/HIGH STREET, ABBOTS
BROMLEY) ORDER (NO.2) 2022
NOTICE is hereby given that on 4th October 2022 the East Staffordshire Borough
Council made an order under Section 21 of the Town Police Clauses Act 1847 to
temporarily close the following roads between the hours of 10.00am and 1.30pm on
Sunday 13th November 2022 in connection with the Abbots Bromley Remembrance
Bagot Street/High Street – from its junction with Goose
Lane to its junction with Radmore Lane
The alternative routes for diverted traffic will be:
Via Goose Lane, Seedcroft Lane and Lichfield Lane
DATED this day 4
th October 2022
SAL KHAN – Head of Service
Town Hall, P O Box 8045, Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire DE14 9J
October Parish Council Meeting 26th October 2022
Extraordinary Parish Council Meeting
Friel Homes Public Meetings – 6th & 7th October 2022
Published 30 September 2022
Friel Homes would like to invite you to join us at a Public Meeting for our proposed development at
THE FORMER ABBOTS BROMLEY SCHOOL SITE
For further details of meetings and contact details follow this link AB Public Consult Leaflet Design October 2022
Parish Council Meeting, 28th September 2022
HM Queen Elizabeth II – 1926 -2022
Published 9 September 2022
Abbots Bromley Parish Council is saddened by the announcement of the death of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.
The Parish Councillors thoughts are with King Charles III, The Queen Consort and the Royal Family at this sad time.
After her decades of extraordinary service to Britain and the Commonwealth, where she was recognised as an outstanding ambassador for our nation, and the embodiment of dignity, on behalf of the Parish, we offer our condolences to the Royal Family.
A Book of Condolence is open at Uttoxeter Town Hall, 19 High Street, Uttoxeter, ST14 7HP
HM The Queen, Elizabeth II – Staffordshire County Council – details of condolence and Proclamations
Published 9 September 2022
Staffordshire County Council have provided the following information:
HM The Queen, Elizabeth II
The councillors and officers of Staffordshire County Council are deeply saddened at the news of the death of HM The Queen, Elizabeth II.
Our thoughts are with the Royal family at this time.
If you would like to pay your respects there are the following options available:
Online condolence book
An online condolence book is available to sign on the official web site of the British Monarchy. Please note this website is experiencing a high volume of traffic and you may not currently be able to access it.
Local condolence book
If you wish to sign a condolence book in person, you can do so at various locations across the county. Designated areas for laying floral tributes are also listed under each district. Please ensure you use the designated arranged areas. Or if you would prefer you can sign the local online condolence book.
After the national proclamation day, county and borough proclamations will be held at various locations across Staffordshire.
Two minutes silence
On day ten of the mourning period, the chairman, alongside the Lord-Lieutenant of Staffordshire, will hold a two minutes silence at 11am on the steps of the Shire Hall in the Market Square, Stafford. We welcome anyone who wishes to attend.
Each district/borough may also hold a two minutes silence at 11am on the same day.
For more information, please check with your local district/borough council:
- Cannock Chase District Council
- East Staffordshire Borough Council
- Lichfield District Council
- Newcastle Borough Council
- South Staffordshire Council
- Stafford Borough Council
- Staffordshire Moorlands District Council
- Tamworth Borough Council
- Stoke-on-Trent City Council
The day after the funeral, the period of mourning will come to an end and the books of condolence will close at 5pm.
Read statements from the Lord-Lieutenant of Staffordshire, the chairman, leader and chief executive of Staffordshire County Council.
HM The Queen, Elizabeth II – East Staffordshire Borough Council statement
Published 9 September 2022
East Staffordshire Borough Council have provided the following:
Following the announcement by Buckingham Palace of the death of Her Majesty The Queen, East Staffordshire Borough Council has released the following statement.
Councillor George Allen, Leader of the Council, said: “On behalf of East Staffordshire Borough Council I would like to express our sadness at this time. All of our thoughts are with the family.”
Andy O’Brien, Chief Executive, added: “Everyone at the Council is very saddened to hear of the passing of Her Majesty The Queen. The Council has now entered an official period of mourning and will follow its protocol for marking the death of a member of the Royal Family.”
The Union Flag at the Town Hall in Burton upon Trent will be flown at half-mast until the morning after the state funeral apart from on the day of the proclamation and the day after proclamation. All other flags at the Town Hall will be removed during this period.
A book of condolence will be opened on Friday 9th September 2022 and will be available to members of the public to sign from 9:30am until 5:00pm on the day following the state funeral. The book of condolence will be available throughout this period at Burton Town Hall, Uttoxeter Town Hall and St Modwen’s Church in Burton. Alternatively, a book of condolence can be signed online at royal.uk.
The Council would like to request that any memorial flowers are left by the War Memorial in Burton upon Trent. Flowers left outside the flag poles at the Town Hall will be respectfully moved to the War Memorial.
The website royal.uk has further biographical information, details on the funeral and accession and a virtual book of condolence.
Horn Dance Day, Monday, 12th September
Published 7 September 2022
Horn Dance Day is fast approaching. The dance will take place in the village and the surrounding area throughout the day on Monday, 12th September. The leaflet below gives more details on the dance and approximate timings for where the dancers can be found throughout the day. You can also pick up a printed copy of this leaflet from the village church, Church House and the Top Shop.
There will also be stalls on the Village Green throughout the day selling a wide variety of products including artwork, books, cakes, jewellery, candles and herbs as well as displays in Church.
- November Parish Council Meeting
- Road Closure Order for Remembrance Sunday
- October Parish Council Meeting 26th October 2022
- Extraordinary Parish Council Meeting
- Friel Homes Public Meetings – 6th & 7th October 2022
- Parish Council Meeting, 28th September 2022
- HM Queen Elizabeth II – 1926 -2022
- HM The Queen, Elizabeth II – Staffordshire County Council – details of condolence and Proclamations
- HM The Queen, Elizabeth II – East Staffordshire Borough Council statement
- Horn Dance Day, Monday, 12th September
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