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24th January 2022

The Hadnall Parish Plan was first published 2003 and updated in 2013, then replaced with the Community Led Plan in September 2017. It is due to be reviewed in 2022 and the Parish Council will be consulting parishioners on your views for a plan going forward for the next 5 years. We thought it would be useful to assess the progress we have made towards achieving the objectives of the 2017 plan. So, what has the parish council ever done for you…?

Have a look at our report, which is attached to the Home page of this website.

Keep an eye out for consultation events this year which will explore everybody's ideas and from them develop a new Community Led Plan for the next 5 years. This is where YOU can tell us what you want to see happening in your village. If you'd like to be involved in the consultation process, do get in touch. 

24th January 2022

FixMyStreet.com is the most effective way to report problems in your area. It covers anything from obstructive parking to broken streetlights, potholes, broken stiles, fly tipping, etc.

Using the website, you can pinpoint the location on a map and upload photos (really helpful for the teams dealing with the report). You can also see whether an issue has already been reported, and when, and add comments if you wish to.

The problem will be logged and passed to the relevant people to sort. You will be kept updated of progress.


27th December 2021

Men's Sheds are a fantastic project, making a direct impact in local communities. They're community spaces for men to connect, converse and create. The activities are often similar to those of garden sheds, but for groups of men to enjoy together. They help reduce loneliness and isolation, but most importantly, they’re fun.

This video tells you more: Sansaw Men's Shed 

For more information, contact Frank Buckley on 07535 072610 or frankbuckley212@gmail.com

1st December 2021

It’s great to see the new footpaths in use. The construction was completed quickly and proficiently, problems dealt with swiftly, and we were very impressed with Core Contractors overall. Full funding has been received from Shropshire Council’s Community Infrastructure Levy fund, which comes from developers’ contributions. The Parish Council expressed particular thanks to Councillors Barry Bell and John Harrison for their work on getting this project to completion.

1st December 2021

The working group on Older Children’s Play Facilities presented their report at the Parish Council meeting on 8th November. The group, which had members of all ages involved, did a fantastic job. Their research was very thorough and gave us a real picture of what young people want, and how (and where) that might be achieved. The Parish Council accepted the working group’s recommendations and will be moving forward on this project. You can view the working group’s report on the Meetings page of this website.