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Annual Reports

Message from the Chair

June 2023

This year has been another very busy year for the Parish Council. The May elections saw a number of new Councillors elected in who are already doing much good work for the village. I hope they find their time on the Council a rewarding one.

The community once again came together to celebrate the Coronation of King Charles III with another wonderful street party on Main Street

This year Alrewas has had to cope with an extended closure of the slip road for resurfacing as well as a number of other road closures making travel difficult. Thankfully those works are now complete and the slip road has better lighting, road markings and the new road surface has reduced the road noise for those living nearby.

The Jubilee Gardens project is now well under way. I would like to thank Carnells for carrying out the hard landscaping, the villagers who have volunteered to become 'Friends of the Jubilee Gardens' to develop and maintain the area, and the Councillors who have put in a lot of hard work to bring this project to fruition.

There has been much talk about what will happen in our area now HS2 has been shelved. Compounds will remain but major earthworks may cease. We continue to liase with Cemex and thank Stuart Threlfall and Orgreave residents for continuing to put pressure on them to meet planning conditions.

You will find updates on all the other projects the Parish Council are involved in in the December newsletter which will be dropped through your door over the next few weeks

I wish you all a peaceful Christmas and a Happy New Year.

Dave Whatton 

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