21/01694/FUL | Erection of an agricultural worker’s dwelling | Proposed Agricultural Workers Dwelling SE Of Eudon Burnell Farm Eudon Burnell Bridgnorth Shropshire
|Application Validated||Tue 06 Apr 2021|
|Address||Proposed Agricultural Workers Dwelling SE Of Eudon Burnell Farm Eudon Burnell Bridgnorth Shropshire|
|Proposal||Erection of an agricultural worker’s dwelling|
An Election is to be held for a Police and Crime Commissioner for West Mercia Police Area.
Latest Time for Submission of the Election Addresses of Candidates to the Police Area Returning Officer 12 noon on Thursday 8th April 2021
Nomination papers must be delivered by hand to the Police Area Returning Officer at the Shirehall, Abbey Foregate, Shrewsbury, Shropshire, SY2 6ND between 10am and 4pm on any working day after publication of this notice but no later than 4pm on Thursday 8 April 2021
20/03889/FUL | Erection of single storey extension to existing garage to create small workshop and storage area for hobby and domestic use | The Down Farm, The Down, Bridgnorth, Shropshire, WV16 6UA
|Application Validated||Mon 28 Sep 2020|
|Address||The Down Farm The Down Bridgnorth Shropshire WV16 6UA|
|Proposal||Erection of single storey extension to existing garage to create small workshop and storage area for hobby and domestic use|
what3words is now used by 80% emergency services in the UK (including West Mercia Police, Shropshire Fire & Rescue Service and West Midlands Ambulance Service) and has helped to locate nearly 4,000 incidents since it first started being used. It can also be used to help us locate incidents more easily.
Their system has given every 3m square in the world a unique
identifier made of 3 words – making the location of any emergency
or incident very easy to describe and share. For example
///tortoises.swarm.announce will take you to a precise location
on Ben Nevis where, in February 2020, a group of hikers were
To report an incident using what3words:
- Download the free what3words app
- When you are at the location of the incident open the app and
tap the arrow icon for current location
- Share with the emergency service, the 3 words displayed at the top of the screen
- You can also use the photo icon to take a picture of the incident
and it will automatically add its what3words address
Make sure you have it downloaded on your phone and know how to
use it, to help you have it to hand should you come across an incident or even need to guide the emergency services to your home or that of a neighbour.
20/03338/FUL | Erection of a free standing powder coated aluminium glasshouse sited on a dwarf brick wall in keeping with existing brickwork within the property. | Cruck Barn Lower House Farm Chetton Bridgnorth Shropshire WV16 6UF
|Application Validated||Fri 28 Aug 2020|
|Address||Cruck Barn Lower House Farm Chetton Bridgnorth Shropshire WV16 6UF|
|Proposal||Erection of a free standing powder coated aluminium glasshouse sited on a dwarf brick wall in keeping with existing brickwork within the property.|
20/02271/FUL | Erection of single storey extension to front and side | 3 St Giles Terrace Chetton Bridgnorth Shropshire WV16 6UG
|Application Validated||Fri 07 Aug 2020|
|Address||3 St Giles Terrace Chetton Bridgnorth Shropshire WV16 6UG|
|Proposal||Erection of single storey extension to front and side|
Support your village hall by doing your Amazon shopping through the above AmazonSmile link. This can also work if you use a mobile app after you have signed up to Smile on the web – just check your settings (click on the burger icon, then settings, then AmazonSmile).
Remember to use the AmazonSmile link rather than shop at the normal Amazon address. https://smile.amazon.co.uk/ch/522488-0
In February, the Parish Council started to supply free packs of SmartWater to each household in the Parish. During the Lockdown, the Police have kindly co-operated by posting some packs direct to residents, however a few have been returned as ‘not known at this address’. If you have not received your pack please e.mail the Parish Clerk with your name and address and one will be sent to you.
Eileen Reynolds, Clerk to the Parish Council
Criminals are exploiting the COVID-19 pandemic to try and get their hands on your money and personal information. To date, Action Fraud has received reports from 2,378 victims of Coronavirus-related scams, with the total losses reaching over £7 million.
The NHS Test and Trace service plays an important role in the fight against coronavirus and it’s vital the public have confidence and trust in the service. However, we understand the concerns people have about the opportunity for criminals to commit scams.
What you need to know:
Contact tracers will only call you from the number 0300 013 5000. Anyone who does not wish to talk over the phone can request the NHS Test and Trace service to send an email or text instead, inviting them to log into the web-based service.
All text or emails sent by NHS Test and Trace will ask people to sign into the contact tracing website and will provide you with a unique reference number. We would advise people to type the web address https://contact-tracing.phe.gov.uk directly into their browser, followed by the unique reference number given to you, rather than clicking on any link provided in the message.
The NHS Test and Trace service will never:
- ask you to dial a premium rate number to speak to them (for example, those starting 09 or 087)
- ask you to make any form of payment or purchase a product or any kind
- ask for any details about your bank account
- ask for your social media identities or login details, or those of your contacts
- ask you for any passwords or PINs, or ask you to set up any passwords or PINs over the phone
- ask you to download any software to your PC or ask you to hand over control of your PC, smartphone or tablet to anyone else
- ask you to access any website that does not belong to the government or NHS
If you think you have been a victim of fraud, please report it to Action Fraud at https://www.actionfraud.police.uk or by calling 0300 123 2040.
There are some simple steps you can take that will protect you from the most common Coronavirus-related scams. Here’s what need to do:
1 – Watch out for scam messages
Your bank, or other official organisations, won’t ask you to share personal information over email or text. If you receive an email you’re not quite sure about, forward it to the Suspicious Email Reporting Service (SERS): [email protected]
2 – Shopping online
If you’re making a purchase from a company or person you don’t know and trust, carry out some research first, for example, by checking to see if others have used the site and what their experience was. If you decide to go ahead with the purchase, use a credit card if you have one, other payment providers may not provide the same protection.
3 – Unsolicited calls and browser pop-ups offering tech support
Never install any software, or grant remote access to your computer, as a result of a cold call. Remember, legitimate organisations would never contact you out of the blue to ask for financial details such as your PIN or full banking password.
Please note delivery service ceased 24th June 2020
The attached price/product list is now available for delivery to Chetton from Catherine’s Bakery. This now also includes savouries (see link below for menu)
The ordering procedure will be – customers will order by ‘phone 01746 714499 up to mid-day on Tuesday for delivery on Wednesday. Usually they will be asked to leave a message with the order, their name, address and telephone number. The bakery will ‘phone the customer shortly after delivery for payment by credit/debit card.
Deliveries will be made to a central point in the village and volunteers will then distribute to homes. If you would like to volunteer for this please contact the Parish Council [email protected]
It would help the delivery volunteers if you could include the What3Words code for your property, you can get this by going to the What3Words website searching for your address and hovering the centre square over your front door. For instance the village hall is “Afterglow.Loser.Milk” https://what3words.com/afterglow.loser.milk
The Flicks in the Sticks showings in Chetton of ‘The Good Liar’ due to be shown on Wednesday and the April film ‘Le Mans 66’ have been cancelled.
If you know anyone who was planning to attend please check that they have got this message.
Collect your FREE Smartwater pack – Feb 24th 3:30-7pm Chetton Village Hall
20/00231/FUL | Conversion of outbuilding to form one self contained residential unit as ancillary accommodation to include erection of single storey extension; erection of a detached part open fronted garage/garden store | Mash House Lower House Farm Chetton Bridgnorth Shropshire WV16 6UF
|Alternative Reference||Not Available|
|Application Validated||Mon 20 Jan 2020|
|Address||Mash House Lower House Farm Chetton Bridgnorth Shropshire WV16 6UF|
|Proposal||Conversion of outbuilding to form one self contained residential unit as ancillary accommodation to include erection of single storey extension; erection of a detached part open fronted garage/garden store|
|Application Validated Date||Mon 20 Jan 2020|
|Actual Committee Date||Not Available|
|Neighbour Consultation Expiry Date||Wed 12 Feb 2020|
|Standard Consultation Expiry Date||Mon 17 Feb 2020|
|Latest Advertisement Expiry Date||Not Available|
|Last Site Notice Posted Date||Not Available|
|Latest Site Notice Expiry Date||Not Available|
|Permission Expiry Date||Not Available|
|Determination Deadline||Mon 16 Mar 2020|
Distribution of SmartWater
The Police and Crime Commissioner for the West Midlands, John Campion has invited Parish Councils to join a scheme to supply SmartWater to every household in the Parish.
SmartWater contains a unique forensic code, which, once applied, enables equipment to be traced back to the owner. It is easy to apply and needs only a spot the size of a pinhead to identify property, it is almost impossible to remove and is guaranteed for 5 years.
The SmartWater has been purchased by the Parish Councils and will be supplied free of charge to Parishioners, who will be able to collect and register their pack as follows –
Chetton, Billingsley, Deuxhill, Glazeley and Middleton Scriven Parishioners at
Chetton Village Hall
Monday 24th February
between 3.30pm and 7pm
Smartwater, a water-based solution that is unique to each individual, allows property to be marked and enables the police to identify the owner of the property, and convict the offender if caught with it.
Telford-based SmartWater manufactures and supplies cutting-edge forensic marking products which can be used to protect all manner of valuables, business assets and vehicles. Every bottle of the liquid carries a unique forensic code which is registered to a specific address. Once applied it is almost impossible to remove and can only be seen under ultraviolet (UV) light.
SmartWater is extremely robust has been independently tested to last the equivalent of 5 years in external weather conditions.
Featuring never-before-seen footage, concert performances and intimate interviews, filmmaker Ron Howard examines the life and career of the most successful opera singer of all-time, Luciano Pavarotti. This reveals how an elementary school teacher created thunder loud enough to make the world take notice and bringing Opera widespread popular appeal. Pavarotti’s optimism is contagious, and his schoolboy-like wonder means there’s a lot to smile at here.
Starring Spike Lee, Princess Diana, Phil Donahue, Bono, Luciano Pavarotti
7.30pm Wednesday 20th November in Chetton Village Hall
Buy tickets from Arts Alive or on the door
Please find below the agenda for the Parish Council Meeting on the 4th November 2019 at 7.30pm in Chetton Village HallCPC-Agenda-2019-11-04