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November 2019 Newsletter

Many residents will have missed the chiming of the church clock which has developed a fault in the winding mechanism. The clock is nearly 130 years old so it is clearly showing its age. The clock, known as a Turret Clock, was installed in 1891 by A. H. Leeson and Sons...

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Hampton Community Crafts – New Members Needed!

Hampton Community Crafts (HCC), whose motto is Recreational Activities For All, is struggling for survival after suffering a number of setbacks in the past year or so. Illness among the organising committee meant that two fundraising events had to be cancelled, which...

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Did you know… We are celebrating 125 years!

The first meeting of the Hampton Parish Council was held on 31st December 1894 in what is now the library. So this year we can look back on 125 years of active service. This event marked a significant change in the way local interests were represented and was an...

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REMEMBRANCE DAY – Sunday 10th November 2019

A reminder that road access through the village will be severely restricted due to the Remembrance Day Parade and Service at the War Memorial.  The High Street, Meriden Road and the roads around the Village Green will be closed to vehicular traffic between 10.30 am...

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HS2 – Ongoing Road Closures on A452 and A446

LM on behalf of HS2 have confirmed that high volumes of rainfall and the poor condition of existing drainage in the area has resulted in programme delays. As such the current 24/7 single lane closures on the A446 and A452 will need to remain in place until 25...

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Carers Trust Solihull – Can You Help?

Carers Trust Solihull are an independent charity and together they work in a strong partnership to actively promote the wellbeing of family carers of all ages. They believe in a world where the role and contribution of family carers is recognised and they have access...

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School Open Mornings

Did you know that our local primary school (George Fentham Endowed School) is holding open mornings for children of school going age? For full details see below:

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