Edingale Village, Staffordshire
Village Notice Board - Tue, 20 Feb, 2018
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Bus Service Subsidies
The Parish Council has received the following information from the County Council which indicates that the subsidy for the 82 bus service which serves Edingale will be withdrawn from April:
An eight week public consultation on how best to spend Staffordshire County Council's £1.3m annual bus subsidy has resulted in the option which safeguards most journeys.
The County Council's Cabinet has agreed to work with bus operators, district and borough councils, parish councils and local community groups to explore options for supporting some of the journeys which will no longer be funded by the authority from April 2018.
While the vast majority of bus journeys in Staffordshire are currently made without any subsidy from the County Council, some journeys are still costing taxpayers more than £10 every time someone gets on board. As the County Council needs to spend a record £300m on care this year alone, we need to make sure that every penny of taxpayers' money is working its hardest. The option chosen means that most trips can still be made at the lowest average cost to taxpayers.
More than 96 per cent of all bus journeys currently made in Staffordshire will still be able to be made. In cases where journeys will no longer be subsidised, such as the Dial-A-Ride, we want to work with local bus operators, local councils and communities to see which are the most important to them and look at helping them explore other options for funding.
Further details of the approved proposal can be found at www.staffordshire.gov.uk/busreview. This details only journeys which will continue to be subsidised by the county council.
Any changes to bus timetables will be implemented by bus operators from April 2018. The County Council is not able to confirm changes to specific routes which will no longer be subsidised at this stage. Details of any changes will be finalised and published by bus operators once known.
The Parish Council is working with other local councils and our County Councillor to explore all possible options, and will keep residents informed.
Warmer Homes, Greener District
Warmer Homes, Greener District is an initiative to help local people improve the energy efficiency of their homes, stay warmer in winter and reduce their energy bills.
Details: [ HERE ]
The Parish Council has organised two defibrillators for the village to be used to assist anyone suffering from a heart attack. One device purchased by the Parish Council has been installed at the front of the Village Hall. A second has been donated by the British Heart Foundation and has beeen located opposite the Black Horse car park.
Please first call 999 to be given a code to open the cabinet. Full instructions will be spoken by the device explaining how to use it until an ambulance arrives.
You may never need it, but you could save a life!
Edingale village hall is run as a charity and by volunteers, if you can spare 1 hour to help at any event, can make cakes or donate a prize/contribution - please contact Louise on 383044.
We are planning an exciting and different range of events but desperately need committee members and volunteers (thank you to those that have volunteered so far), if you can help please let Louise or Jon know
At the end of the day it is YOUR Village Hall use it, support it or LOSE IT !!!
|In aid of Mary Howard PTA Bingo at Edingale Village Hall
| Mother's day Afternoon Tea|
|Dawson's Tea Rooms presents Mother's Day Afternoon Tea|
12 - 3pm
£9 per ticket
Contact Claire Dawson 07789697496 or email@example.com
| Dreamboats and Petticoats |
|50's and 60's Night|
Details from firstname.lastname@example.org
| Edingale Village Hall AGM|
|AGM at 11 am|
Spring clean 11.30 am onwards
Quiz Night 7.30 pm
| Murder Mystery Evening|
|Save the date!
| Plant and Jumble sale|
|At Edingale Village Hall
| Duck Race|
|Friends of Mary Howard
| Edingale Open Gardens|
|and Sunday 17th June.
| Edingale Summer Ball|
|Save the date!
Need a place to hold your club/seminar/meeting? Edingale Village hall has space available, particularly Friday daytime & evening. We can also help to promote your programme in the local community and further afield.
To make a booking please contact email@example.com
|Over 50's Get|
|Neal School of|
|3.30pm - |
01283327968 or 07851 120866
|5.00pm - |
|Yoga||7.00pm - |
|Let's Play, Parent|
Baby & Toddler Group
|Stacie Brooks/Carina Round|
£2 per child, £1 for additional siblings
|Neal School of|
01283327968 or 07851 120866
Click [ HERE ] for latest update of your weekly programme together with future events.
Edingale Village Hall Committee would like to thank Open Gardens and all volunteers for their kind contribution to the upkeep of the Village Hall.
Edingale Walking group – every Thursday at 10.45am telephone 01827 383740 for more information. Harlaston Women's Institute meets 2nd Tuesday of each month. Contact Mrs C Butterfield on 383853 for more information.
For Village hall bookings please contact Louise on 383044. Edingale village hall is run as a charity and by volunteers, if you can spare 1 hour to help at any event, can make cakes or donate a prize/contribution, please get in touch.
- Edingale Walking group – every Thursday at 10.45am telephone 01827 383740 for more information.
- Harlaston Women's Institute meets monthly – contact Mrs C Butterfield on 383853 for more information.
- For Village hall bookings please contact Louise 383044.
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