Thank you everyone!

Brian Gamble from the Hednesford Neighbourhood Plan Steering Committee says: I’d like to thank everyone who has taken time to send us their views on our draft neighbourhood plan. This is a key document that will evolve over time and we called on you to help as it will shape our town’s future. We are
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Improving the gateway to Cannock Chase

Hednesford Town Council is looking to improve unsightly and underused areas in the town centre as part of their Neighbourhood Plan. They are looking into various uses for land that lies between Market Street and Victoria Street, and off Cardigan Place, and are asking residents of Hednesford to have their say on what development they
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Planning to protect Hednesford’s green open spaces

While large open spaces are an important asset to any town, small public spaces around housing estates are also considered important amenities for local communities and their protection is being addressed in the Hednesford Neighbourhood Plan. Similar to the Green Belt Policy, which controls urban growth and keeps land permanently open, the aim of the
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Hednesford plans new houses for older residents

We’ve highlighted the need for more housing for older residents in the housing policy of the Neighbourhood Plan, and raised the idea of a retirement village – we’re really keen to hear what the people of Hednesford think about this! The proposed development would be on land in Cannock Road, and would include specialist housing
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Hednesford ‘have your say’ call as planning ‘blueprint’ ‘is launched

Hednesford residents, workers and visitors are being asked to have their say on the future of the town. Hednesford Town Council is launching a draft Neighbourhood Plan document which people can provide their feedback on before it’s finalised. Community consultation is a key part of the process for any neighbourhood plan – which is also
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It’s our future: Have your say!

So here we are, the big day is fast approaching. Soon you will be able to have your say on a matter of great importance, helping shape your future and making your voice heard. And no, this is not about the EU referendum! There is a big decision looming much closer to home as the
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Notice of appointment of date for the exercise of electors’ rights – accounts for the year ended 31 March 2016

The Account and Audit Regulations 2015 (SI 2015 No. 234) The Local Audit and Accountability Act 2012 NOTICE Date of announcement:- 11 APRIL 2016 Each year the Council’s Annual Return is audited by an external auditor appointed by the Audit Commission. Any person interested has the opportunity to inspect and make copies of the Annual
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Staffordshire Regiment silverware takes pride of place at Hednesford

Two historic trophies loaned by former Staffordshire servicemen have been put on display by Hednesford Town Council. Silverware loaned by the Staffordshire Regiment Association has gone on show at Pye Green Community Centre in Bradbury Lane. The cups are a trophy awarded to Hednesford Soldiers for rifle shooting and an historic sporting cup dating from
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New Year message from Alan Pearson, Hednesford Town Council chairman

I’d like to take this opportunity to wish the people of Hednesford a happy and prosperous 2016. The last 12 months has seen some exciting developments for us and these are set to continue long into the New Year and beyond. It’s great to see new housing taking shape in Hednesford and I am sure
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Congratulations to Mike Mellor

On behalf of Hednesford Town Council, I would like to extend our hearty congratulations to Mr. Michael Mellor on the receipt of his well-deserved British Empire Medal. We were all thrilled to learn that Mike has been recognised in the Queen’s Birthday Honours this year for his services to the Chase Arts in Public Spaces
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