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August 2018 Newsletter

Well, we have had some fantastic events in the village over the last few months – the Village Tidy Up, the Festival and the Arden 9 Mile Road Race! We’re sure it makes everyone appreciate what a great village we live in! In this edition of the Newsletter we give you...

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July and August 2018

Recreation Ground Car Park Drainage Work to replace the old brick culvert, into which the car park drainage was connected, with a new 30 cm drain is now complete.  The grass has been reseeded and is starting to grow, and the car park markings have also been repainted...

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June 2018

Recreation Ground Car Park Drainage Work to replace the old brick culvert, into which the car park drainage was connected, with a new 30 cm drain began on 21st April and is now virtually complete.  The brick culvert, which should discharge into Shadow Brook, was...

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Station Improvements – Flowers

You may have noticed the new flower planters at the station next to the Village Information Posters.  They certainly help to brighten up the platforms and are an excellent addition in welcoming people to the village.  The planters were installed by West Midlands...

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Keeping You in the Know – Potential Parish Boundary Changes

Are you fully aware of why we are considering extending the Parish Council boundary and what changes it will bring if successful?  If not this handy summary may help. In September 2017 Hampton-in-Arden Parish Council agreed to a request from Catherine-de-Barnes...

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Brown Bins – An Update

We are still experiencing problems with split brown bins in the area.  Solihull MBC will replace any damaged bins free of charge.  Please call 0121 704 8000 to report your damaged bin and Solihull MBC will arrange for delivery of a replacement bin and collect your...

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May 2018

Recreation Ground Car Park Flooding As many residents are aware, the recreation ground car park was severely flooded in March.  It has been discovered that a Victorian era (or earlier) brick culvert into which the car park drainage is connected and which should...

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May 2018 Newsletter

With Spring finally in full swing, the bluebells are in flower at last- why not take a stroll around the Spinney to take in this beautiful spectacle?! In this edition of the Newsletter we provide updates on local planning applications, the airport, the flooding at the...

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