Police and Crime Commissioner John Campion has launched his consultation to deliver a Safer West Mercia and wants to give the public a chance to have their say.
NHS is asking for help to support people with non life-threatening health needs by quickly finding the most appropriate service.
NHS 111 is designed to do this. Through the Directory of Service, NHS 111 can direct people wherever you are in the country.
Last year, the NHS timeslots were launched with urgent and emergency care services, to help keep people safe, but now you can book a timeslot through the NHS 111 website or on the phone. By encouraging the use of this service, you will help colleagues to treat the most appropriate patients and reduce long waiting times in queues.
Telford & Wrekin Council is working in partnership with local bus operators to provide a public transport service that’s fit for the future.
During the last year, it has been lovely to see people working hard in their front gardens.
Now in its 3rd year, Hollinswood & Randlay Parish Councillors would like to receive
nominations for our ‘Best Kept Front Garden’ Competition.
If you know of a front garden in our Parish worthy of nomination, please contact the Parish Council.
The Parish Council is after nominations for the best front garden in our Parish. When you are out and about do you notice a garden that makes you smile – if so let us know by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org by 25th July so we can make a visit to see it.
The Chairman, Cllr Sheenagh Unwin, has chosen the Parish Council’s Youth Provision Partnership as her charity for her year in office.
Age UK Shropshire Telford & Wrekin have older people who need some help in their own homes and are therefore recruiting casual, part-time home support workers to reduce their waiting list.
Within the last 12 months have you become unemployed, furloughed, under threat of redundancy or returning to work? Find out about Free Employment Plus Sessions at Hollinswood Neighbourhood Centre
At last night’s Annual Meeting, Councillor Sheenagh Unwin presented the Chairman’s Award to Mr and Mrs Haddon for their outstanding contribution to our Parish. Chris and Lynne regularly litter pick around the area and work with the Parish Council to report requests for action to Telford & Wrekin Council.
A special Young Person’s Award was presented to Adie Booth. Councillor Unwin congratulated her on her efforts to keep where she lives free of litter. Adie is also a Member of the Wednesday Wizards and helps with the organisation of activities and supports other young people. She has also donated some toys to raise funds for charity.
Councillor Sheenagh Unwin was re-elected as Chairman at the Annual Meeting of Hollinswood & Randlay Parish Council last night.
Councillor Unwin said ‘It is an honour to have been re-elected and I would like to take this opportunity to thank all the Councillors for their help and support over the last year. It has been a difficult year and we have been able to continue our work and support the local residents in a variety of ways. I would also like to thank all members of staff, they have given 110% throughout and we very much appreciate their commitment and dedication’.
Councillor Harvey Unwin was re-elected as Vice Chairman.