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  • This is the meeting of the Climate Emergency meeting that had to be postponed due to the death of Queen Elizabeth II.



    This will now take place on Monday 3rd October at 7.30pm in Ansley Village Church Hall


  • The parish council is organising a Climate Emergency Task & Finish Group to look at ways for the Ansley parish community to tackle climate change. 

     

    There is a first event to explore this on Monday 12th September at 7.30pm in the Ansley Village Church Hall

     

  • There is currently a vacancy for a parish councillor on Ansley Village Parish Council.

    If you are interested in being considered for this position please email the clerk on ansleyvillageclerk@gmail.com or write to The Clerk, 134 Birmingham Road, Ansley Viullage, CV10 9PL

     

    Include on one side of A4 who you are, your address and a little about yourself. You can also say what you feel you have to offer as a parish councilor to the community 

  • The Annual Parish Meeting 2022 will take place om Monday 25th April at 7pm in St Johns Church Hall, Ansley Common All residents of the parish are welcome to attend and raise any concerns or suggestions they have for improving the parish.  This meeting will be followd by the parish council meeting at 7.30pm.

  • The parish council meeting will now take place on the third Monday of each month alternating between Ansley Village Hall and St John's Church Hall, Ansley Common. There will be no meeting in August.   

  • ANSLEY VILLAGE PLAY AREA REVAMP COMPLETED

    The play area in Ansley Village has been extended and upgraded.

    Ansley Parish Council led the project to develop the play area in the recreation ground on Birminghmam Road. This phase has installed equipment for children aged 6 to 14 adding to the existing pieces which are aimed at a younger age group. The new items include a zip wire, a more challenging swing and an advanced climbing frame. Safety matting has also been installed and the play area's railings have been altered to accomodate the new equipment.

  • We are delighted to tell you that we have been successful with our grant application and have been awarded £22730 from Veolia Environmental Trust through the Landfill Comminities tax scheme for new playground equipment. This means we only have to contribute just over £1000 ourselves which we have budgeted for.

  • Following a lot of support from local residents, the Parish Council will reconsider the installation of the mining half wheel on the traffic island. This was a project we were very interested in from the start, but when it became apparent that it may cost at least £4000, possibly a lot more, then we felt that unless we knew it was something local people wanted then it was too much money.

  • To commemorate 50 years since the start of the Keep Britain Tidy campaign, local communities are being asked to have a BIG TIDY UP day. We have a community litter pick every year in Ansley, but to enter into the spirit of the occasion we have decided to do this in November this year to tie in with the campaign.

     

  • The next BIg Lottery Meeting is tonight... that is Monday 1st September in the Methodist Hall, Old Arley starting at 7.30pm