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Alrewas Parish Council

Aerial view of All Saints Parish Church Alrewas
Aerial view of All Saints Parish Church Alrewas
Aerial view of Mill End Lane Alrewas
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Welcome to the
Alrewas Parish Council

This site will enable you to find out about our vibrant community and understand the role and responsibilities of the Parish Council. We are very much part of the community and we hope our website reflects this, with all the news and information you might need about your village as well as your Parish Council.

There is a webpage notifying the dates of our meetings and agendas and minutes are also available to view. There is a useful Which Council Does What page which should help to direct you to the right place for your queries or concerns.

If you have any comments or useful information, we would be delighted to hear from you. The Parish Council welcomes all your questions, comments and suggestions.



Proposed HS2 Quarry Development at Orgreave

Alrewas Parish Council considered this issue at its meeting on 8 June 2020. It has set up a working group to develop an urgent response to the proposal to be sent to SCC. It is working with other local village Parish Councils and liaising with SCC Planning staff.

Click Here for further information.



Due to the current Corona Virus issues the Parish Council Office in the Royal British Legion Club will not be open to visitors and will not be taking phone calls. Anyone wishing to contact the Parish Council should e mail

The Clerk will be working remotely on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursday afternoons and will try and respond to your message as soon as possible in that timeframe.

The Parish Council Office will be closed during the week of 19 October inclusive due to annual leave. It will reopen on 26 October 2020.



In line with government restrictions during the Corona virus pandemic, for the foreseeable future, Alrewas Parish Council will use “Zoom” to conduct remote meetings. This system will continue until Corona virus restrictions on public gatherings are lifted.

Should a member of the public wish to observe the meeting or make a contribution in the “Public Participation” section, joining details for Zoom meetings will be available on the Parish Council notice board in the village or can be obtained from the Clerk:

About the Parish Council

The monthly Parish Council meetings are normally held in the Village Hall, Wellfield Road, Alrewas, usually on the second Monday in the month. All members of the local community are encouraged to attend.

Due to the Coronavirus pandemic, the meetings are being held via Zoom. Residents can still participate by emailing to obtain details.

The Public Participation item permits members of the public to make representations, answer questions and give evidence in respect of any item of business included on the Agenda (unless the item has been identified as a matter to be discussed in confidence). Any member of the public wishing to speak during the Public Participation session must notify the Clerk in advance of the meeting and is entitled to speak once only for not more than 2 minutes. The total time allocated to the Public Participation session shall not exceed 15 minutes.

Alternatively matters can be drawn to the attention of Councillors from 7pm prior to the start of the meeting. For further information contact the Clerk.

For information on Planning Applications, please visit the Lichfield District Council website.

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Parish Council

Next Parish Council Meeting:
Monday 9th November 2020
(via Zoom)

Future Meetings:
Monday 14th December
(via Zoom)

Alrewas News

The Parish Council regularly publishes news items on a range of subjects of interest to the local community

On this site you will find the latest items of interest from the Parish Council as well as a village newsletter, and a downloadable version of the Parish Newsletter delivered each year to every household in the parish.

We will also be providing regular updates and information for our local community while the Coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic is ongoing.

About Alrewas

Alrewas is one of the oldest recorded communities in the Midlands with records of habitation dating back to the Iron Age.

On this website you will find a brief history of the village and some archive maps showing how the village looked in the past.

There is also a Village Directory listing local community groups, businesses and amenities.

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To find out more about the history of our village, visit the Alrewas Archives website.


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