Hello and welcome to my latest newsletter… This edition includes: working with partners and investing in crime prevention; a call for vigilance to help protect our communities; some new four legged recruits; my continued commitment to victims; my support for West Mercia Police and multiple ways for you to get involved in policing. Click on link […]
Welcome to the website of Astley and Dunley Parish Council
Astley and Dunley Parish with riverside Astley Burf on the River Severn, site of the Hamptsall Inn. Associations with Civil War and Prince Rupert 1642 and King Charles 1644. Locally famous Andrew Yarranton born at Larford, a royalist, agricultural engineer, built canals, locks, iron workings, blast furnace, near Sharpley Pool close to Glazen Bridge now recognised by English Heritage as a Scheduled Ancient Monument. Yarhampton house, Astley Towne house, Longmore Hill farm, Bull Hill farm and the gothic style Pool House are of historical interest. Nearby, the 220 mile long River Severn used in middle ages to transport coal, etc., and scene of a tragic ferry disaster – 9 killed – in 1919. Astley Hall, former home of Sir Stanley Baldwin.
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PUBLIC NOTICE ROAD TRAFFIC REGULATION ACT 1984 – SECTION 14 (AS AMENDED) WORCESTERSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL NOTICE OF THE CLOSURE OF JENNINGS WOOD LANE, ASTLEY AND DUNLEY, WORCESTERSHIRE (“THE HIGHWAY”) Reason for restriction: New customer connection by BT. There is a need to close the highway in the following terms:- The effect of […]
Vicars Gin near Stourport in finals of Amazon business awards BOSSES at an artisan gin company near Stourport says reaching the finals of Amazon’s Rural Business Awards is a “real boost” after a tough year. Vicars Gin, located on Oakhampton Estate in Dunley, will represent Worcestershire in the Best Rural Drink Business in this year’s […]
This page provides information about coronavirus and claiming benefits. (click on the link below) It will continue to be updated. Please check this page regularly for updates on the arrangements the Department for Work and Pensions is making to support those who are affected by coronavirus. Universal Credit
Latest update We are now seeing significant and sustained falls in the infection rate across our district. When England entered lockdown on 5 January Malvern Hills District’s infection rate was 232 per 100,000. As of Monday morning (15 February) that had fallen to 112 per 100,000 which shows lockdown measures are working and that’s down […]