Beware of email and other Scams

Sadly, there are always people who try to make money from the misfortunes of others.

The Coronavirus crisis has produced a series of emails that purport to come from HM Government. They do not.

Be very careful of any emails that offer money or help from a source that you […]

Tom Hill Bridge

Sadly, Network Rail does not get any awards for the state of the railway bridge over Tom Hill.

Considering that this is one of the main approaches to the Conservation Area for residents and visitors alike Network Rail has consistently refused to re-paint the bridge.

The situation has been made worse by the graffiti added […]

People’s Award 2020

Tanworth Parish Council is launching the People’s Award 2020.

The aim is to thank and reward those people volunteering in Tanworth who deserve recognition for community activity, environmental achievements or in some other way contribute to the life of the Parish.

There will be two categories: Individual and Non-Profit Organisation or Voluntary Group.

All nominations […]

Danzey Station Signs

West Midlands Trains are to be congratulated for updating the signs on Wood End and Danzey stations.

Sadly, their geographical skills are somewhat lacking in terms of the destinations of Platforms 1 and 2 at Danzey.

Platform 1 is actually for Stratford upon Avon and Platform 2 is for Birmingham.

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New Footpath Light Installed

Warwickshire Highways have now installed a new lamp post in the passageway between Bellfield and Doctor’s Close.  It is hoped that adjustments can be made to the new generation LED lantern to shed more light down the passageway itself.

Tanworth Parish Council,  which is responsible for footpath lighting, agreed to fund the new light at […]

Anti-Social Behaviour

Earlswood, in particular, has been plagued for some time by anti-social behaviour around The Lakes. Often drugs are involved.

Tanworth Parish Council and Earlswood Residents Association have lobbied Warwickshire Police to take action for some time. Recently they have discovered that sometimes residents have reported a problem but it has not been logged […]

Every Wednesday at the Village Hall

Since early July Tanworth Village Hall has opened its doors every Wednesday afternoon to enable the community to come together and join in gentle leisure pursuits.

Initially, the hall committee wished to establish if there was sufficient demand to warrant heating the hall throughout the winter months to justify such activities continuing. Demand has been […]

How To Submit Your Views On A Planning Application

 

A resident has suggested it might be useful to set out in detail how to comment on a current planning application.

The conventional way is to write to Stratford District Council at Elizabeth House, Stratford Upon Avon CV37 6HX quoting the relevant number currently 18/00000/FUL followed by some letters which describe the kind of […]

Could You Be a School Governor?

Tanworth School and Nursery is looking for a local resident to serve as a school governor. That person does not have to have an existing connection with the school.

Some of the existing governors are parents who, despite all the demands of having a young family and, usually, full-time jobs, are prepared to give up […]

Neighbourhood Watch Matters

Your Chief Co-ordinator, Tony Dixon, recently reported these conclusions from a recent Neighbourhood Watch meeting he attended:

128 reported crimes were reported in the parish of Tanworth in Arden during first five months of 2018. June figures are not yet available. This compares with 105 in the same period of 2017 – an increase of […]