Entries by Wyre Piddle Clerk

Parish Councillors update reports September 2021. 

Parish Councillors update reports September 2021. Cllr. Paul. Smith’s meadow I am receiving many comments about the amount of younger people (from outside the village) using the meadow to gather, playing loud music, jumping in the river. The meadow is for all to use however I completely understand those concerns people have, we as a […]

  More than £4.3million will be spent by Wychavon improving the energy efficiency of fuel poor homes across the district after several successful funding bids.

£4.3million for improving home energy efficiency   More than £4.3million will be spent by Wychavon improving the energy efficiency of fuel poor homes across the district after several successful funding bids.   Wychavon has received a share of £5.8million from the Government’s Social Housing Decarbonisation Fund as part of a joint bid with Rooftop Housing […]

Wychavon News Update- Pupils become ‘litter warriors’ in anti-litter fight

Pupils become ‘litter warriors’ in anti-litter fight School pupils across the district are taking on the litter louts thanks to free education sessions funded by Wychavon. More than 500 children have already taken part in Covid-19 Secure outdoor anti-litter sessions since the scheme launched in mid-March. They learn about why littering is anti-social, the damage […]

WORCESTERSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL PUBLIC NOTICE-(Footpaths PS-564, PS-565, PS-566(part), Pershore, PV-530, Pinvin and WP-508, Wyre Piddle) (Temporary Closure Order) 2021

WORCESTERSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL PUBLIC NOTICE Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 (As Amended) (Footpaths PS-564, PS-565, PS-566(part), Pershore, PV-530, Pinvin and WP-508, Wyre Piddle) (Temporary Closure Order) 2021 Order made: to close Footpaths PS-564, PS-565, PS-566(part), Pershore, PV-530, Pinvin and WP-508, Wyre Piddle for their entire length in order to allow works to be carried out […]

Following the sad passing of HRH The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, a Book of Condolence for Worcestershire has opened online.

The Book of Condolence is open for residents to pay their respects and show their love and support for the Royal Family. Due to the current COVID-19 restrictions, traditional physical books of condolences are not being made available for people to record their messages. As an alternative, you can leave your message by following the […]

Wychavon District Council -Let’s get back to supporting traders safely

Let’s get back to supporting traders safely ‘Let’s get back to supporting local traders safely’ is the message from Wychavon ahead of the next stage of the country’s lockdown easing road map next week. From Monday, 12 April non-essential retailers, hairdressers and other personal care services can reopen. Pubs, restaurants and cafes will also be […]