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Colwich and the Haywoods - week beginning June 19 by Amyas Stafford Northcote

By Staf Newsletter  |  Posted: June 20, 2014

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Tickets, at £7 each including a glass of wine, are available from Roger Hughes on 01889 881628.

There is a bring and share lunch at St Michael’s on Sunday at 12.30pm. For confirmation of the venue, ring 01889 882710.

LAURA THOMAS MEMORIAL WALK: Reminder: Following the article in last week’s paper, the sponsored walk in memory of Laura and to raise funds for local charities in which she was involved is on Sunday, 22nd June, starting at 2pm from the centre at Birches Valley on Cannock Chase. Sponsor forms are available from the Francesco’s branches in Rugeley and Bridle Road, Stafford, and from The Retreat at Wolseley and the Canalside Shop, Great Haywood.

NATIONAL GARDENS SCHEME: Both Coley Cottage Garden and The Secret Garden, off Back Lane, Little Haywood will be open to visitors on Sunday.

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WILDLIFE TRUST: Advance tickets, at £6 each, are now available from the Wolseley Centre for the Real Ale festival on 27th June.

COLWICH SCHOOL: The Summer Fete is on Saturday, 21st June, between 11am and 2pm.

HAYWOODS PERMANENT WAY: The meeting on Wednesday, 25th June, is the Society’s agm, which will be followed by a talk by Rob Morrey.

CIVIC AMENITY: The large refuse lorry will be at the Jubilee Playing Field car par on Saturday, between 10am and noon.

LIBRARY VAN: The mobile library is in Colwich and Little Haywood on Tuesday.

SHUGBOROUGH: The West Midlands Game Fair is on Saturday and Sunday.

PLANNING: Recent approved proposals under delegated powers include an extension at Number 5, Bishton Lane; the variation of a condition at the former Fox and Hounds; a split permission on trees at 19, High Chase Rise, the reduction of the canopy of an Ash and the removal of a Cedar tree, and the removal of dead wood from an Ash tree at 10, Ashlands, Hixon.

Recent applications include internal works on a listed building and the change of use from being a Post Office to a dwelling at 9, Trent Lane; residential development at the rear of the Elms Business Park; works on trees at Ashleigh, Main Road, Great Haywood, and a single storey side and rear extension at 6, New Road, Hixon.

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