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Branston Road : Further Road Closures – Now EXTENDED!

Further Road Closures on Branston Road :   Full closure : 11th September to 14th November – Extended until 6th December! Full closure : 2nd January 2018 to 17th May 2018 !!   Between the 6th December and 2nd January, 1 lane will be open, controlled by traffic lights. During the full closures, there will be no access from Tatenhill to the A38 or Tatenhill Lane in either […]

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Staffs County Council – Meetings & Communications. Next Meeting 8th November!

The County Council have set up the following liaison meetings for residents to see what is happening and have the chance to ask any questions:    8 November 2017   17:00 – 19:00 Tatenhill Village Hall (This meeting has been arranged to replace the cancelled October meeting). 17.00-18.00 The newly appointed head teacher of the New School will be available to met. 18.00 – 19.00 SCC Archaeologist will present on their finds on Battlestead […]

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Smart Water – 20 packs available

The Parish Council recently purchased 20 packs of Smart Water as a part of their Crime Prevention initiative. Any possessions with Smart Water applied to them can be tracked back to you by the police, should the worst happen… These are available for purchase at the cost price of £7.46. Please contact our Clerk, Liz Martin if you are interested in purchasing a pack.

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Walking in the National Forest

Last year, marked the 25th anniversary of the creation of the The National Forest. As part of the anniversary celebrations, the Silver Circuit was created. This 8-mile circular walk passes through Needwood Forest and down into the Trent Valley. It was designed to create a loop from the National Forest Way, which it follows between Tatenhill and the Trent & Mersey Canal. This walk starts from Barton Marina car park. […]

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