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.
Here are Public Path Orders in respect of:
The Autumn Litter Pick will be held on Sunday 17 November 2019.
Please meet at the Parish Hall at 10am to collect your litter picking equipment and instructions.
Many hands will make light work – in just 2 hours together we can collect a lot of rubbish and clean our roadsides.
Shropshire Council hereby gives notice under Section 14(2) of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 that the use of Footpath 97 in the parish of Neen Savage running between Baveney Lane and the B4363 will be prohibited with immediate effect on the grounds of public safety as the bridge across the watercourse is in a dangerous state. An alternative route is available using local roads.
14 August 2018
On Sunday 15 April 2018, a group of 8 parishioners met at the Village Hall to collect equipment (black bags, gloves, litter ‘pickers’ and visibility jackets) for the seasonal litter pick.
Each was allocated a section of road and set off to walk their section. There was a considerable amount of litter on the road from Six Ashes towards Cleobury, but even the minor roads generated the usual coffee cups, cans and water bottles.
This is just some the 19 bags of rubbish collected.
The next litter pick will be in the autumn.
The Shropshire Council (Footpath 44R Deletion and Addition, Parishes of Neen Savage and Cleobury Mortimer and Footpath Addition, Parish of Cleobury Mortimer) Modification Order 2013
Following a public inquiry into the above named public rights of way order the Planning Inspectorate confirmed the order on 21 May 2018. In effect, there is now a public footpath from the Catherton Road along the drive to the Glen Caravan Park, and Footpath 44R recorded in error in Neen Savage Parish has been moved south of the stream to run through part of the caravan park, formerly the site of the old Cleobury Mortimer workhouse. The latter is not currently available on the ground and officers will need to negotiate a solution to resolve this.
For details of where you can walk or ride in Neen Savage (as well as throughout Shropshire) go to www.shropshiresgreatoutdoors.co.uk