Coleshill Town Council

Remembrance Parade 8th November 2020 Cancelled

It is with sincere regret that, in the interest of public safety due to Covid-19, the decision has been made to cancel this year’s Remembrance Parade in Coleshill.  However, the day should not be forgotten and the Royal  British Legion are encouraging ‘Remembrance from Home’. They have many innovative ideas …

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CCTV – Change of Location

The police, in collaboration with the North Warwickshire Borough Council and Coleshill Town Council are arranging for a Nomad HD camera to be moved to Coleshill High Street near to the vicinity of the Coach Hotel public house. The camera was redeployed on Tuesday 6 October.  The Safer Neighbourhood Team …

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Woodland Wellbeing Course

Warwickshire Wildlife Trust is running a free course for people unemployed looking to upskill and return to work. Details below and attached in case it’s of any use to any of your service users. Who’s it for? Anyone over 18, currently unemployed and aiming to return to work, education or …

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B46 Rocks – Return of the Lockdown Snake

Coleshill Town Council would like to support the local community in recreating the Lockdown Snake, as a more permanent and fitting memorial to our NHS, to be positioned on The Croft. Many of the original stones have now disappeared or need replacing and it would be great to have some of the …

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Metal Detectors Cause Damage to Memorial Park Pitches

On Saturday 8th August, various patches of ground were dug up in the Memorial Park, causing pointless and dangerous damage to the Cricket Pitch and Football Pitches.  The vandalism has probably been caused by metal detectors digging for treasure.  The Mayor, Cllr Adam Richardson comments: – “This is highly annoying.  …

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Overnight Road Closures

Starting on Friday 31st July and ending on Friday 7th August, overnight road closures will take place on the A446 near Water Orton. A signed diversion, highlighted on the map on the following page, will be in place. Access to frontages will be maintained.  The overnight closures will run …

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Friends of Memorial Park – Press Release

The Memorial Park had a “Friends of” organisation when the major investment happened in 2016, involving the new play items, trim trail equipment, new paths and tennis courts. In the strange times in which we live at present, there are a lot more people in the park who are walking, …

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HOME-BAKED HEAVEN AS COLESHILL COUNTRY MARKET REOPENS FOR THE FIRST TIME AFTER LOCKDOWN

Coleshill Country Market is to reopen again for the first time after lockdown this Friday morning, July 3rd. This will be a shorter than usual market from 9am until 11am at the Parish Room, 132 High Street, Coleshill, with full social distancing and hygiene measures in place. Many of the …

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Governance Report and 2019 /20 Accounts for public examination

Please find the Governance report and 2019 /20 Accounts which are now available for public examination: CTC AGAR pages 2-6 with signatures – A These are also published on the noticeboard outside the Town Hall for 6 weeks. For any queries, please contact the Town Clerk at the following: colin@coleshilltowncouncil.gov.uk …

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Event Postponement: Archaeology webinar about exciting discoveries from our Birmingham Curzon Street site rescheduled to 1pm – 2pm, Wed 3 June

Unfortunately, we have to postpone tomorrow’s planned webinar. We are sorry for any inconvenience caused and hope that you are still able to join us next week. The Archaeology of HS2 – Uncovering the Curzon Street roundhouse, will now be broadcast live from 1pm – 2pm on Wednesday 3 June.  All …

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