Forsbrook Parish Council has applied to Staffordshire Moorlands District Council for designation of the parish as a Neighbourhood Plan Area.
This is the first step towards preparation of the Forsbrook Neighbourhood Development Plan.
Have your say
You can view the application and comment on‐line at: www.staffsmoorlands.gov.uk/forsbrook
The Neighbourhood Area application is also available to view at Moorlands House, Leek; Blythe Bridge Library and Cheadle One Stop Shop, High Street, Cheadle.
Responses can be made on line at the address above; by e‐mail to: Neighbourhoodplans@staffsmoorlands.gov.uk; or by post to: Regeneration, SMDC, Moorlands House, Stockwell Street, Leek ST13 6HQ
Consultation closes: 5pm Thursday 15th March 2018
Just to let you know that the May update about what’s happening at the Blythe Bridge Centre has just been published. See:
It is with great pleasure to announce that the Caverswall Community Society are aiming to buy The Auctioneers Arms through a community share offer. This is not just about saving a pub, it is about so much more than a pub. This is about creating a community hub and creating necessities for the local community and surrounding area. Please visit our website www.caverswallcommunitysociety.co.uk
The Patients Participation Group (PPG) at Tean and Blythe Bridge GP practices are looking for members of the public to get involved. The PPG’s aims are to participate in the health improvement of the local population and to encourage patients to engage in their own healthcare, besides providing a mutually beneficial interface between patients and GP’s.
There are lots of challenges to our health and social care system and a Sustainability and Transformation Plan (STP) is being developed to address these. If you live or work locally, Conversation Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent is your chance to take part in an open discussion about your health services and the way they are delivered.
Forsbrook Parish Council has recently secured funding from County Councillor William Day for a community speed watch. The funding of approx. £900 has funded the equipment and training for volunteers to staff a community speed watch at certain points through the Parish. We now need approximately five volunteers who would be prepared to undertake a day’s training with the police and give up a few hours a month (maximum) in carrying out the speed watch. If you are interested could you pm me with your details and once we have training dates I will be back in touch. If in the unlikely event that we have too many volunteers I will have to choose on a first come basis.