Date: Wednesday 14 November 2018
Time: 6:00 PM
Location: The Telford Suite, The Telford Whitehouse Hotel, Watling Street, Wellington, Telford, TF1 2NJ
TO SHOW THE STRENGTH OF OBJECTIONS TO THIS PLANNING APPLICATION
||Wm Morrison Supermarkets Plc, Gresham Drive, Newdale, Telford, Shropshire, TF3 5ES
|Description of proposal
||Erection of an automatic number plate recognition (ANPR) camera and pole.
An 870 signature petition and 199 formal objections raised against this application.
The impact it WILL have, if this is allowed, on the local community square, its businesses and residents will be a devastating blow to this growing community.
Please attend if you can to show your community support against this proposal.
The There But Not There Silhouettes given to the Parish Council by the Armed Forces Covenant have been placed in 3 local churches in time for this weekend’s Remembrance services.
The silhouettes can be seen at St John’s Church in Lawley, Dawley Baptist Church at Dawley Bank and The Rock Methodist Chapel
The Parish Council are proud to support the Royal British Legion’s campaign to say Thank You to the First World War generation.
Listed below are the names of the 65 men from the Parish who died in the service of their country in the First World War – click on each picture to read their details. Thanks to local historian Neil Evans, whose research made the Roll of Honour possible.
The Parish Council are delighted to announce that the Armed Forces Covenant have recognised the work done by the Parish on Remembrance Projects by awarding a Grant which will enable us to install 6 silhouettes in places of worship across the Parish.
The silhouettes have been provided by the “There But Not There” project to represent those from the Parish who lost their lives in the First World War and symbolically place them back within the communities they were lost from.
The first two silhouettes will be placed in Dawley Baptist Church, in Dawley Bank, next week.