Charlton School has reported the following:
One of our students was walking towards a bus stop in Wrockwardine village this morning, when a golden colour Vauxhall Sapphira pulled in front of him, blocking the student’s path. The driver, possibly Asian, with an accent, opened passenger window slightly and told the boy to get in. The boy ran away and the car drove off.
The incident has been reported to the police.
Please find attached information that outlines the traffic management arrangements for a temporary road closure along Park Road, Donnington.
Amey on behalf of Severn Trent Water are planning to undertake flood alleviation works. The work is set to commence on Monday 17th December 2018 and will last for a duration of 82 dayswith an end date of Friday 8th March 2019.
The diversion route for vehicular traffic travelling in all directions will be signed on site.
Please see attached an important briefing note about 3am Challenge.
Hi Donnington Wood School,
I, on behalf of the Parish Council, wish to thank you and all your little stars for performing so well at our Christmas festival event last Sunday. They were absolutely brilliant and at one stage I found myself swaying and tapping my foot to the songs. If possible, because they were so good, I would like to preliminary book you for next year’s event which will be held on Sunday 24th November 2019.
We have received so many complimentary comments about the children singing, can I ask that you pass my, and this Council’s, massive thanks and gratitude to them.
FYI Amey are now completing further works and have closed the War Memorial roundabout. Obviously, this may impact on school leaving time today.
Please find attached information from local authority.
Please see attached an important briefing note about an online game called Fortnite, which has a PEGI rating of 12, due to “frequent scenes of mild violence” and is “not suitable for persons under 12 years of age”.