High On Road Closure

STAFFORDSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL

ROAD TRAFFIC REGULATION ACT 1984 (AS AMENDED)

ROAD TRAFFIC (TEMPORARY RESTRICTIONS) ACT 1991

TEMPORARY TRAFFIC REGULATION NOTICE

High Onn

 

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Staffordshire County Council being the highway authority responsible for the repair and maintenance of High Onn in High Onn are satisfied that it is necessary to close that length of High Onn from Orslow Road to New Road for a period of 2 days but no more than 5 days from 12th April 2022 because of the likelihood of danger to the public during highway carriageway repairs being undertaken by Staffordshire County Council.

 

Access will be available for pedestrians and for vehicles being used in connection with the works and for emergency services vehicles or for vehicles requiring access to premises on the length of road which is closed.

 

An alternative route for traffic is available via High Onn, Church Eaton Road, Orslow Road and vice versa.

 

https://one.network/?tm=127086441

 

IT IS ANTICIPATED THAT THE CLOSURE WILL BE IN PLACE BETWEEN 09:30hrs on 12th April 2022 AND 15:30hrs on 13th April 2022.

 

John Tradewell Director of Corporate Services

 

6th January 2022             Tel: 0300 111 8000                 https://one.network

Do you want to be a Parish Councillor?

Do you want to be a Parish Councillor?

 

 

Blymhill and Weston under Lizard Parish Council has a vacant seat in the Blymhill Ward that needs to be filled to bring the Council to its full complement.

 

If you want to put yourself forward to become a Parish Councillor and work to help your community, please send your application and contact details, stating you wish to be considered for the post, to the Parish Clerk, by email to phil.delaloye@googlemail.com or to 1 Bridgeman Court, Weston under Lizard, Nr Shifnal, Shropshire, TF11 8QH by the 3oth June  2022.

 

After the closing date, the applications will be reviewed by the Parish Council, voted on and the successful applicant will be Co-Opted on to the Council. Please note any resident from either the Blymhill or Weston under Lizard Wards can apply, but preference will go to Blymhill residents first.

 

 

Philip Delaloye

Parish Clerk

Blymhill and Weston under Lizard Parish Council

Some items raised from Cllr Mark Sutton, Staffordshire County Councillor’s Report at the Blymhill and Weston under Lizard November Parish Council Meeting

Some items raised from Cllr Mark Sutton, Staffordshire County Councillor’s Report at the Blymhill and Weston under Lizard November Parish Council Meeting

 

Items to mention.

 

1.There is a climate change grant available to organisations in the Parish. The link is.

https://www.staffordshire.gov.uk/environment/Climate-change/Climate-Action-Fund.aspx

 

  1. Holiday Activity and Food programme is launched for Christmas it is available for Children who qualify for free school meals, during the summer there was a very successful one run in the grounds of Weston Park

https://www.staffordshire.gov.uk/Newsroom/Articles/2021/11-November/Free-Holiday-Activities-and-Food-for-Low-Income-Families-this-Christmas.aspx

 

  1. COVID online survey looking for resident’s views

https://consultation.staffordshire.gov.uk/insight-planning-and-performance/covid-19-residents-survey/

 

  1. Public urged not to touch dead birds as Avian flu confirmed in county

https://www.staffordshire.gov.uk/Newsroom/Articles/2021/11-November/Public-Urged-Not-To-Touch-Sick-or-Dead-Birds-as-Avian-Influenza-Confirmed-in-the-County.aspx

 

 

 

Community Pop Up Shop Is Now OPEN 09:30-12 Mon-Sat AND 5:30 to 7pm Weds to Friday

With the Covid19 Lockdown3 happening to help the local community access essential easier, the Blymhill and Weston under Lizard Parish Council with the help of the Blymhill and Weston Village Hall, is open a Community Pop Up Shop in the Village Hall is open 09:30-12 Mon-Sat.

Any Volunteers please contact the Parish Clerk through the contact section of this Website.

Staffordshire County Council Launch of a new easy-to-use ‘Community Health and Wellbeing App Finder’

“During the current ongoing coronavirus outbreak, we are all adapting to new ways of delivering health and wellbeing guidance and care support to our at-risk residents in our communities.  Health apps is one way to help older residents or those with long-term conditions to manage their health at home, but there are literally thousands to choose from and not all apps can be trusted to offer up to date advice.  To help our most vulnerable manage their health with the most trusted health related apps that meet specific needs, Staffordshire County Council is now offering free access to a super easy-to-use.” You can access and browse the Staffordshire Health App Finder library now at www.staffordshire.gov.uk/appfinder