This document summarises the police officers and police community support offers (PCSOs) covering our Parish.
Safer Neighbourhood Team
To report a crime in progress call 999
Non emergencies should be reported online at www.westmercia.police.uk/report or you can call the 101 non-emergency number.
Meet at the Neen Savage Village Hall on Sunday 3 April at 10am to collect black bags, litter picks, gloves and hi viz.
In just 2 hours we can cover a significant part of the Parish.
Connecting Shropshire – broadband programme update – May 2021
The Government’s Voucher Scheme to help rural communities to get access to broadband has relaunched. To qualify for the Scheme, groups of two or more residents/businesses must be located in a rural area and be unable to get broadband speeds of 100mbps.
For more information go to http://connectingshropshire.co.uk/gigabit-broadband-voucher-scheme/
No. 1 Flying Training School, based at RAF Shawbury, will be conducting essential night flying training from Monday 15th March 2021, for approximately 6 weeks. Crews will operate throughout Low Flying Area 9, which covers Shropshire and the borders of adjacent counties. Night flying is an essential skill needed for front-line operations, enabling aircrew to operate in the dark. A weekly night flying update can be found on the RAF website
If you cannot get out and about at the moment you can still keep up to date with local news.
The Cleobury Clarion website has the current and back issues online.
The Vital Link reports news in the Neen Savage area. Recent issues are available here:
Vital Link April – May 2020.
CANCELLED – PLEASE EVERYONE STAY AT HOME AND KEEP SAFE
The spring litter pick will take place on Sunday 29th March 2020.
Please report to the Neen Savage Village Hall at 10am for allocation of litter pickers and hi viz.
You only need to give a couple of hours and if enough people turn up we can cover a significant part of the Parish.
UPDATE ON HOW TO REPORT POTHOLES – JUNE 2021
The Fix My Street App is now the preferred option for reporting highways issues. Everyone is encouraged to download the App. It is very easy to take a photo of the pothole and report it on the App.
Any enquiries regarding Highways issues, including pot holes, etc should be sent to Nuria.Smith@Shropshire.gov.uk who is now a dedicated officer for Town and Parish council highway issues.
It is very important to report potholes to Shropshire Council so that they are logged and prioritised. The more people who report a pothole, the more likely it will get actioned.
You could also send an email to the Clerk of Neen Savage Parish Council – Mrs McBride at Clerk@neensavageparishcouncil.org.uk
January 2020 – The most up to date versions of Shropshire Council’s 18 Place Plans have now been published.
You can read these at www.shropshire.gov.uk/place-plans