Armed Forces Day – Saturday 24th June

What will you be doing on Armed Forces Day?

National Armed Forces Day (AFD) is on Saturday 24th June 2017. The Country will come together to thank our Armed Forces personnel for the jobs that they do both at home and abroad. In Shropshire (including Telford & Wrekin) the day has previously been celebrated with a variety of events put on by individual organisations within communities.

Click the link below to see what is going on in Shropshire / Telford and Wrekin

AFD Briefing note

Road Closure – A525

We have received details of a road closure between Whitchurch and the Burleydam Turning. There is a map attached at the bottom of the notification.

Road to be closed:       A525 Nantwich island to county boundary

Grid reference:           359095,342443

Start Date:                   03 July 2017

Duration:                     6 nights and 3 days (03/07/17-05/07/17 and 16/07/17-18/07/17 21:30-04:00, 06/07/17-08/07/17 09:30-16:00)

Purpose:                      Surface dressing to include stud removal and reinstatement

Applicant:                    Ringway

Log Number:               165

A525 Road Closure

Adderley Voice Easter 2017 is Available

By way of a new venture to get the message out that there’s a lot going on in Adderley you should have received your first edition of the Adderley Voice. It would be really good if you could share it with friends and family so we’ve put a link to an electronic copy below.

We hope you enjoy and please let us have your thoughts for the next edition.

THE ADDERLEY VOICE EDITION 1 130417

Health Service Issues? You might like to respond to this.

Shropshire Council are asking the public for their opinions on Healthwatch Shropshire. Healthwatch represents the patient voice in relation to Health Service issues be that Doctors Surgeries, Hospitals, Care Homes or services for people with long term conditions or disabilities. If you are affected by any of these you might like to respond to the consultation. You can find the details here: Views Sought on local Healthwatch Service.

Has anybody seen the Dog Poo Fairy?

Has anybody seen the Dog Poo Fairy?Has anybody seen the Dog Poo Fairy? There are wanted posters being put up in the village but it seems the Dog Poo Fairy doesn’t exist. Help support the Keep Britain Tidy campaign by picking up what your dog leaves behind. Keep Adderley dog poo free.

Don’t leave it for the Fairy, the Fairy doesn’t exist

We’re On The Move!

For the last four years the Adderley Parish website has been with one hosting service. The website has grown and it now has in the region of 1000 hits per month. Not a lot by the standards of big website but for Adderley with its population of 300+ that’s quite something.

We have big plans for the website so that it provides the information that parishioners want and let’s people do things that they can do elsewhere such as buying tickets for Village Hall events on line.

To make this happen we are moving to a new hosting service. The move should happen next week and could take up to five days (hopefully it will happen more quickly). If you find the website isn’t available for a brief period then the move will be the reason why.

So stay with us and we look forwards to bringing you a faster website with new features in the next week or so. Any questions you can contact us on 01630 695862 or send us a message on the Adderley Village Facebook page.

Sunday’s Cycle Event

You may have noticed the small signs appearing on lampposts along the road to Audlem advertising a charity cycle event. It is likely that this event will come through the village travelling down Green Bank and then continuing down the Norton-in-Hales Road.

The Parish Council have contacted the organisers to alert them to the potential for accidents on the Norton-in-Hales Road on and near the old railway bridge where the road goes through a series of bends and also narrows considerably. As farms are currently silaging and spraying there is the possibility of agricultural machinery being on the road on Sunday in addition to the usual traffic.

It is suggested that people in the village be aware of the potential for disruption if a large number of cyclists travel through the village on Sunday. The event is scheduled to run for the whole day.