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1st June 2021

THE ANNUAL MEETING OF HIGHLEY WILL BE HELD ON  TUESDAY 8TH JUNE 2021 AT 6.30pm 

Due to Covid Restrictions this is part one, the formal part of the meeting.  As the restrictions are that only six people can meet indoors the second part of the meeting when all parishioners are allowed to attend  will be held after restrictions are lifted.

AGENDA

START 6.30PM (PRIOR TO THE Highley Parish Council Meeting)

1.  Welcome to meeting – Chair of Highley Parish Council – Cllr .D.Tremellen – Chairmans Report

2. Apologies

3.Minutes of previous meeting  held 9th April 2019

4.Matters arising from minutes.

5.Parishioners Time.

 

D.Tremellen

Chair Highley Parish Council. D.Tremellen

 

  

 

 

9th April 2021

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It is with immense sadness that we share the news that His Royal Highness, The Prince Phillip Duke of Edinburgh passed away this morning the 9th April 2021. Highley Parish Council and the residents of Highley send our deepest condolences to Her Majesty the Queen and their families at this sad time.

We remember him with affection and gratitude for his support to the Queen, his sense of fun and his dedication to duty.

“Many young people are especially thankful for his initiation of the Duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme and his work with wildlife, sport and the Armed Forces.

 

Martin Brooks  Chair Highley Parish Council

 

 

7th April 2021

 

 

THE DONKEY BRIDGE

 

There are many people asking what is happening to the “Donkey bridge” down New England so we thought it would be good to give an update as to where things stand.

Sadly, this bridge was severely damaged early 2020 and it was reported to Shropshire Council who have since been emailed and telephoned on many occasions for a progress report on the repair, however, this bridge is just one of 20 such bridges that were damaged at the time. We have been assured that the repair of this is a priority but at this moment there are no funds available to either carry out the structural survey that is required or to repair the damage. We have stressed the importance of this bridge which has been used by many local walkers and horse riders as well as the history of both the bridge and pathways, as soon as we learn anymore, we will send out an update.

Please be assured that we will continue to chase this through with their Countryside Maintenance Manager at Shropshire Council.

 

 

7th April 2021

Highley Parsh Council are opening a Youth Group in June of this year.   

 

We are employing an experienced Youth Worker to run these sessions. 

 

Please see the attached document for further information