Abberley Parish Council October meeting via zoom will be via a Registered zoom meeting. The Public are welcome to attend. To register to attend the meeting please see below. Please note that you need to register in advance of the meeting to obtain your secure link and code. Register in advance for this meeting: […]
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Are you ready for the new NHS Covid-19 app? From Thursday (24 September 2020) the NHS Covid-19 contract tracing app will be launched. This is part of the test and trace service and will be important in helping control the spread of coronavirus and protecting each other. All businesses in the following sectors must by […]
Dear Parishioners, It is often brought to our notice that there is a problem with pavement parking in Abberley. It is misguided to think that it is helpful to park across the pavement. It may allow cars to pass unimpeded but it makes it IMPOSSIBLE for pedestrians, people with sight problems and pushchairs and prams […]
The Parish Council have recently had reports of parking issues on The Common , Abberley. Pedestrians having to squeeze past or walk in the road, Cars turning in from A443 often find themselves head on with vehicles leaving the Common. We have contacted PCSO 6336 Vanessa Snape, our Community Support Officer of Martley and Tenbury […]
After consultation with the community and Parish Council and following the planning guidance, Malvern Hills District Council have announced that the new road name will be “School Meadow”. Abberley Parish Council would like to thank all those within the Parish that took part in responding to the consultation.
OVERGROWN HEDGES AND TREES BORDERING ROADS AND PATHS Dear Parishioners, You may not be aware that there are strict rules governing the growth of trees and hedging bordering paths and roads. 1. There should be clearance of at least 2.2m (7’ 2’’) above a footway, pavement, or verge to allow pedestrians free passage. 2. Hedges/vegetation […]
Here 2 Help You! Find out more about Crowdfund Worcestershire at latest online event Has lockdown given you an idea of how you could improve things for your local community? If so, the County Council wants to hear from you. Charities, local organisations and individuals across the county are being encouraged to join an hour […]
Worcestershire County Council is creating a #HandsFaceSpace video campaign to encourage people to follow social distancing rules – wash your hands regularly, wear face coverings and keep a safe distance – and they need your support. The campaign is focused on asking people to create short videos to tell us why sticking to the ‘Hands, […]
Residents in Abberley are being asked for their views on a draft plan for future development in their parish. The draft Abberley Neighbourhood Plan covers the period between 2020 and 2030 and sets out a vision and policies to guide development in the parish. The draft Plan includes policies to guide new housing in the […]
Appointment of New Chief Executive Our Chief Executive Jack Hegarty retired on 31 July after 35 years in local government – the last 5.5 years of which were spent in charge of Malvern Hills District Council. He has been replaced by Vic Allison MBE, who was Deputy Managing Director of Wychavon District Council and now […]