National Lottery Awards for All – Grant received for Stramshall Play Area

Uttoxeter Rural Parish Council have just received the following update on an application made earlier this year:

Thank you for applying to National Lottery Awards for All.

I’m delighted to tell you that your application has been successful.

We’ve awarded your organisation a grant of £9,835 for the following activities: Play Surface Replacement and Swing Frame replacement at Stramshall.

The Councillors will discuss the award at the next Parish Council meeting on 7th November at Stramshall Village Hall, 7.45pm


Staffordshire County Council Definitive Map and Statement for East Staffordshire Borough

Staffordshire County Council, as surveying authority, in pursuance of the powers conferred by Section 57(3) of the Wildlife and Countryside Act 1981, has prepared a consolidated Definitive Map and Statement for East Staffordshire incorporating confirmed modifications made since the publication of the previous Map and Statement.

 

A facsimile copy of the Definitive Map and Statement and a Schedule detailing the relevant legal event Orders will be available to view at Burton upon Trent Customer Service Centre, Market Place, Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire, DE14 1HA from 30 October 2017. Other facsimile copies of the Definitive Map and Statement will be available to view at the following library/customer service centre and at Staffordshire County Council Offices as below:

 

Uttoxeter Library/Uttoxeter Customer Service Centre

High Street

Uttoxeter

ST14 7JQ

Tel: 0300 111 8000

uttoxeter.library@staffordshire.gov.uk

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Rural Access Team

|Staffordshire County Council

No 1 Staffordshire Place

Stafford

ST16 2LP

Tel: (01785) 277240

rightsofway@staffordshire.gov.uk


Dove Valley – Get Talking about your Valley

Transforming the Trent Valley

If you’re part of this local community or visit the area regularly, and are interested in sharing views and ideas with others about this important landscape, then why not join our Community Conversation?

During a series of four evening meetings in October and November we will:

  • Record the local community’s views, concerns, values and ideas around the issues facing the landscape of the lower Dove Valley (from Doveridge to Eggington)
  • Develop ideas on how grant money from the Heritage Lottery Fund could help deliver the kind of landscape that local communities want

You don’t need to be an expert, just be willing to come along and take part in all the discussions.

If you’d like to join the Conversation, or need more information, please contact: Matt Croney on 07807 687903,

matt@icarus.uk.net

(please leave a message if unattended and we will return your call as soon as possible)

see poster attached

Dove Valley poster