Following a number of concerns that have been raised when the Parish Council has been considering a revised speed limit through Longden Common a Public meeting has been arranged for Thursday 15th November 2012 evening staring at 6.30 pm at the Red Lion Public House to discuss the proposal and the rationale behind it .
The next Parish Council Meeting will be held at
Longden Village Hall
Wednesday 1st March
Starting at 7.30pmpm
There is always a public session at the beginning of the meeting where members of the public may speak on matters concerning them however members of the public who wish to speak on a specific matter are advised to contact their local councillor or the Clerk prior to the meeting so that adequate provision can be made in the meeting agenda.
please see agenda below
Clerk & RFO
Draft minutes for the Parish Council meeting, 7th July, are available from the Council Minutes page
The agenda is downloadable, from the The Councils --> Parish Council Agenda pages
or click here
Members of the public are welcome to attend.
Agenda for forthcoming parish council meetings.
Under the Childcare Act, 2006, Shropshire Council is required to ensure sufficient childcare to meet the needs of working parents and those parents returning to work, education or training.
We are currently seeking the views of local people on childcare provision in this area. This will help to identify gaps in provision and develop an action plan to close these gaps. A report will be published in March 2011
Draft and final minutes will appear here.
Draft minutes are clearly labelled, and will be replaced by the approved minutes when available.
Normal file format is PDF - viewable in Acrobat Reader
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At the Full Parish Council Meeting of Wednesday 4 January 2017, all members present AGREED to seek the approval of the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government to apply for a PWLB loan of £12,000 up to 9.5 years to replace all the streetlights within the parish area with more efficient units. The annual loan repayments will come to around £1,360. In addition, the council is also increasing the parish precept by 6.66% which is the equivalent to an extra £2.54 to support the Lyth Hill Country Park. Please confirm whether you are in favour of this increase by 25th April 2018.