Maggie

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Maggie last won the day on April 18 2016

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    Canals, fossils, natural history and archaeology
    OK I admit it, also parish councillor and Big Local group member, generally a bit of a busy body really!

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    Why Garden Birdwatchers are Important a talk by Claire Bagshall 19th January 7.00 pm Methodist Church Hall, St Martins 3 Parishes Community Wildlife Group Tea and coffee All welcome
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    Why Garden Birdwatchers are Important a talk by Claire Bagshall 19th January 7.00 pm Methodist Church Hall, St Martins 3 Parishes Community Wildlife Group Tea and coffee All welcome
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    Do you want a new wildlife group in the area? Please come along to Weston Rhyn Institute at 7 pm on 3rd November. The aim of the meeting is to gauge the level of local interest in creating a new community wildlife group Interest in wildlife and enthusiasm are far more important than expert knowledge Individuals and families will be most welcome; come along on the 3rd November for a chat and a cup of tea or coffee If you need more information please ring Polly on 01691 239087 https://www.facebook.com/3-Parishes-Wildlife-Group-1416030745362606/
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    Do you want a new wildlife group in the area? Please come along to Weston Rhyn Institute at 7 pm on 3rd November. The aim of the meeting is to gauge the level of local interest in creating a new community wildlife group Interest in wildlife and enthusiasm are far more important than expert knowledge Individuals and families will be most welcome; come along on the 3rd November for a chat and a cup of tea or coffee If you need more information please ring Polly on 01691 239087 https://www.facebook.com/3-Parishes-Wildlife-Group-1416030745362606/
  5. The website has been updated. https://clonehenge.com/the-63-large-permanent-replicas/
  6. news today abour CHR railway land purchase. https://www.thebestof.co.uk/local/oswestry/community-hub/blog/view/railway-land-purchase-and-project-progress
  7. Weston Rhyn has been disregarded by Shropshire Council for far too long and things are coming to a head. All we ever get are broken promises whilst we see other parishes obtain their necessary infrastructure improvements. The roundabout at the top of the village, and the bends leading in to it are very dangerous and now the markings have faded so much that when the road is wet you would not even know it was a roundabout. Shropshire Star are covering our concerns http://www.shropshirestar.com/news/2016/04/14/shropshire-council-treating-village-like-a-poor-relation/ Why not come along to the Parish Councils annual meeting on 25th at 7 pm in the institute and let the parish council know what you think, and what you would have on your wish list for the village.
  8. Thats altogether a lot of people who follow whats on this site. Lots of people don't want to do more than read comments.
  9. How many people follow the CO Facebook page?
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    New Group being formed to protect Old Oswestry and it's setting from inappropriate developments. Come along to Oswestry Memorial Hall Discuss ideas for campaign and ideas for other projects around the hillfort.
  11. It is the only place o see all the minutes in the one place so is useful. Can the admin. email all clerks again and ask them to post the minutes? It would also be very useful to have something from the LJC meetings. Our last one had the Shrops Council Chief Exec talking about all the cuts and how it was going to fall to our local villages to pick up the pieces and run services we wanted. So fairly important! Here is the film that he showed us. Should stimulate debate.
  12. Good idea Robmit but might it be cheaper to put an article in each village magazine and reach everyone that way?
  13. If you want to support the campaign to stop development around Old Oswestry, and you fancy a walk on Sunday, meet at the Gatacre car park in Oswestry at 1 pm.
  14. So much for consultation and localism. SC have gone abainst the wishes of local parish council and of residents!