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Staffordshire Youth Commission

  As part of the Parish Council’s commitment to look at the needs of the young people in the village I attended a very interesting Youth Commission consultation last week. It certainly gave me ‘food for thought’ especially when I heard that a group from the commission’s hate crime unit

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Anti-social Behaviour?

    Anti-Social Behaviour (ASB) is defined as ‘acting in a manner that has “caused or was likely to cause harassment, alarm or distress to one or more persons not of the same household” as the perpetrator’. Vandalism is defined as ‘action involving deliberate destruction of or damage to public

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BMX Track Consultation Update

I have today met with members of the Staffordshire Council of Voluntary Youth Services (SCVYS) who will be carrying out the consultation process with local young people.  Firstly they will determine whether or not there are sufficient numbers of young people who would use a BMX track to justify the expenditure, and

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17 Fallen of this Parish

To honour the 17 men of the Parish who fell during WWI, the Parish Council, alongside the local churches would like to include some information about them as part of the Order of Service on 11th November 2018. We have details about many of them, but still need information on

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Save Our School Crossing Patrols

Staffordshire County Council have announced that our School Crossing Patrols may no longer be funded, resulting in this being passed on to local communities and Parish Councils who have very small budgets. With forever increasing traffic and critical junctions, safety should be paramount. Werrington Parish Council are inviting you to

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Consultation over BMX Track

Following a really interesting discussion at last evening’s Parish Council meeting it was made clear that this matter has not been successfully concluded over a number of years and successive Parish Councils. I see no benefit in raking up the past to apportion blame. From here on the matter will

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