Updated on 20th February 2021
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Due to the Corona Virus local news is disrupted and events and clubs have been closed for the duration
For the edition dated 17th February 2021
ECCLESHALL GUIDE: The 23rd edition of the Eccleshall Guide is printed and will soon be distributed to residents by Royal Mail, copies will also be available from various outlets in the town. The publishers would like to thank the advertisers who have supported the Guide in these difficult times.
PARISH COUNCIL: There is a meeting of the Eccleshall Parish Council on Wednesday February 17 starting at 7.30pm. Members of the public who wish to attend this virtual Zoom meeting can find the details on the council’s website at www,eccleshallparishcouncil.co.uk. A meeting of the planning committee will follow the council meeting. Members of the public are invited to observe.
HELPING HANDS: The Eccleshall Parish Council has set up a Fund to help parishioners in need of help by offering £50 vouchers that can be spent at the Eccleshall Coop. For information on the application criteria and a form, please go to https://www.eccleshallparishcouncil.co.uk/helpinghands/ or contact the Clerk, Stacey Worden, on 01785 282296.
BOVIS MEETING: The chairman od the Eccleshall Parish Council Peter Jones along with parish councillor Stuart Perren the chairman of the Flood Action Group met with Rob Ellam the Technical Director, John Cook sites manager and Roger Bebbington Customer Relations Director of the Bovis Midlands on Sancerre Grange to discuss various concerns that the Parish Council had regarding the site. Under discussion was the flooding, footpaths, landscaping and a site for the Council’s Eagle statue.
DEVELOPMENT MEETING: Borough Councillor Peter Jones participated in a virtual meeting of the S.B.C. Economic Development and Planning Scrutiny Committee on Tuesday February 9.
CHURCH SERVICE: A virtual church service will take place on Sunday February 21 starting at 10am the joining instructions are the same each time zoom 89042160010 and passcode 660173. In April, the Holy Trinity Church Annual Parochial Church Council meeting when wardens and vacant PCC posts will be filled. Sidesmen who would normally be busy in church will once again be needed and volunteers for the roles and welcome.