Chairman’s Civic Service

Each year the Chairman of the Parish Council holds a Civic Service to recognise the work of the...

Councillor’s Surgery

4th Saturday of each month - Norton Canes Library - 10:30am till 11:30am COUNTY COUNCILLOR FOR...

Meeting Dates

NORTON CANES PARISH COUNCIL MEETING DATES FOR 2018-19 2018 Wednesday 28th March Thursday 5th April...

Parish Precept 2018-19

The Parish Council have now set the Precept for 2018-19.  It has been a difficult task this year...

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Lengthsmans / Handyman Vacancy

Norton canes Parish Council are looking for a LENGTHSMANS / HANDYMAN (Male female) for 12 hrs per week. The role is a very varied one which includes general maintenance of areas for which the Parish Council are responsible for. The post is vacant so start date is...

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Annual Parish Assembly

The Annual Parish Assembly was held on Thursday 5th April at Norton Canes Library. The Chairman, Cllr.John Preece, welcomed all in attendance and that it was nice to see so many people. The Chairman said that this Assembly is a forum whereby electors can attend and...

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Parish Precept 2018-19

The Parish Council have now set the Precept for 2018-19.  It has been a difficult task this year in setting a budget whilst looking at continuing projects for development and also taking into account to the loss of the Government grant of £7,987.  We were able to...

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Lantern Parade

UPDATE 2: The Lantern Parade took place on the 3rd December and was a great success. Thanks to all who attended and to the volunteers/marshalls who ensured the parade was carried out in a safe manner. A big thank you to Santa too. We are now looking to plan for this...

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New Cemetery Facility

UPDATE: The Parish Council are continuing to look at a new cemetery site adjacent to the existing Churchyard at St.James Church and working with the Church and the Diocese in looking for a solution to the repair/replacement of the Edwardian Wall which is considered as...

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Meeting Dates

NORTON CANES PARISH COUNCIL MEETING DATES FOR 2018-19 2018 Wednesday 28th March Thursday 5th April Annual Parish Assembly at Norton Canes Library, Burntwood Road, Norton Canes. at 7 p.m. Wednesday 18th April Wednesday 16th May (Annual General Meeting) Wednesday 20th...

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Best Kept Village Competition

Due to our success in 2017 when we achieved 1st Place, we are now looking at our entry for 2018 and plans are being made in how we can enhance our village. The theme for this year will be the Centenary of the Great War.  We will be involving local schools in the...

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Councillor’s Surgery

4th Saturday of each month - Norton Canes Library - 10:30am till 11:30am COUNTY COUNCILLOR FOR CANNOCK CHASE VILLAGES JOHNNY McMAHON Will be holding a Surgery on the fourth Saturday of each month From 10.30 to 11.30 a.m at Norton Canes Library, Burntwood Road, Norton...

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Garden Development on Norton Green Lane/Butts Close

Update: The land that the Parish Council now have under a Lease arrangement from the District Council on Norton Green Lane/Butts Lane, has been developed by the local brownie and rainbow group. They have transformed the garden area already and work will be ongoing. A...

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Community Litterpick

UPDATE: The Chairman of the Parish Council, Cllr. John Preece, is very keen to arrange regular litter picks to address the issues of litter/rubbish in the village.  Details of these litter picks will be on his Facebook page and on the Parish Council website. If you...

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Community Defibrillator

The Parish Council together with the One Stop Shop on Norton East Road and Moreton Bakewell as a representative from the Community Centre have raised funds for defibrillators to be located in the village. A donation was made Norton Canes have led the way within the...

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Peer Challenge Meeting

Following the abolition of the Audit Commission and its inspection regime, Local Authorities were encouraged to participate in a self assessment process to measure progress against Strategic Direction, Councils Draft Recovery Plan and other policies within the...

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Jubilee Gardens

The Parish Council have developed a piece of land in the centre of the village which has been called Jubilee Gardens.  This has transformed this area into a focal point of the village with shrubs and flowers together with benches where people can sit. This area also...

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Policing matters

Parish Clerks attending a quarterly meeting with the Chief Executive Stephen Brown of Cannock Chase District Council when local issues relating to Parishes were discussed. Also in attendance was Matthew Ellis, Police Crime Commissioner for Staffordshire who discussed...

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