Councillor’s Surgery

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

Parish Precept

Precept 2019-20 We are happy to report that there will be no rise in Council tax for Norton Canes...

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Best Kept Village Competition

The Parish Council are again entering the Best Kept Village in 2019. The judging takes place during May and June and we are busy now planning our entry. This provides us with an opportunity to focus on the presentation of the village which we feel is important for...

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New Cemetery Facility

UPDATE A new planning application for an extension to the cemetery at St.James Church has been submitted to the District Council and it is hoped that a decision will be made in August. The new application includes the access pathway to the new site which is adjacent...

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What is a Neighbourhood Plan

A NEIGHBOURHOOD PLAN FOR NORTON CANES PARISH What is a Neighbourhood Plan ? The basic purpose of a Neighbourhood Plan is to provide a statutory framework to manage and control the future development and use of land in a community. It gives local people the opportunity...

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Co-option

NOTICE OF FILLING 2 VACANCIES FOR COUNCILLORS BY CO-OPTION Persons wishing to be considered for co-option, and who fulfil the requirements for appointment as Councillors for this Parish, are invited to complete a form giving their willingness to be considered for...

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Annual Parish Assembly

The Annual Parish Assembly was held on the 4th April. At the meeting the Chairman presented grants to local community groups just a selection of photos from the meeting. The Vice Chairman of the Parish Council, Cllr.John Beddows also presented a new chain of Office...

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Parish Precept

Precept 2019-20 We are happy to report that there will be no rise in Council tax for Norton Canes residents for 2019-20 which equates to £39.15 for Band D property owners. The Precept for 2019-20 will remain at £85,800. [button...

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Community Speed Watch

A Community Speedwatch has now commenced in the village and three sessions have already taken place. We intend to do a monthly speedwatch sessions looking at different roads. From the sessions already undertaken on Brownhills Road, Walsall Road and Hednesford Road it...

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Christmas Lights

As previously reported the Parish Council have taken over the Christmas Lights for the village as from 2017 when, due to financial cuts within the District Council, they were no longer able to provide them.  We felt that it was important for the village to continue...

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Festive Window Competition

Local shops and businesses got involved in our Festive Window Competition. The judging took place during December and the winners of the 2018 competition were: 1st Place - J D Nevells Sandra Hopkins being presented with her award by Chairman John Preece. 2nd Place -...

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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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