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29th August 2019

This year we will be at The Lord Hill Hotel in Shrewsbury to celebrate our 70th Anniversary of supporting town and parish councils in Shropshire.  On 15th November the evening will start at 5.15pm with drinks and Canapes, AGM at 6pm, dinner will be served at 8pm followed by live music to entertain us.   The cost for dinner is £28.50 per person.  Your guests are also welcome.

If you wish to join us in celebrating please complete a booking form and return to us by 10th October 2019.




20th August 2019

Please see below link to NALC website for further details:













2nd May 2019

The attached letter bellow outlines the celebrations being planned for the 75th Anniversary of VE Day on 8th through to the 10th May next year, if you go the the VE Day 75 website - you will be able to find out more, along with seeing the message from Sue Baxter, Chairman of the National Association of Local Councils, encouraging Town and Parish Councils to take part in this important anniversary, especially as many of the men and women involved in WW II, came from the Towns and Parishes of England, so this anniversary provides the perfect opportunity for local communities to pay ‘tribute’ to those at home and abroad that gave so much to ensure we all enjoy the freedom we have today.

The official VE Day 75 Charity is - SSAFA, the Armed Forces Charity, who supports the three Services and the Merchant Navy.

The VE Day 75th Anniversary celebrations LOGO is also attached below.

19th February 2019

Following a year long parliamentary enquiry into ethical standards in local government, a report from the Committee of Standards in Public Life has made formal (requiring legislation) and best practice recommendations for changes to be made on ethical standards in local government, full report available on their website

Cllr Sue Baxter, chairman of NALC, said: “NALC is fully committed to promoting and supporting the highest standards of conduct by local councillors and officers in the first tier of local government, which is increasingly playing a bigger role in communities including the delivery of public services and community facilities.

“Whilst the present regime is not fundamentally flawed, it does require some strengthening, therefore I am pleased the Committee on Standards in Public Life has listened to the concerns of NALC, county associations of local councils, and local councils themselves.




7th December 2018


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