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Madeley Parish Council are considering the above proposal and would like to hear your views on the subject. Please come along and take part in the Public Open Meeting on Monday 16th October, 7:00pm-8:00pm, The Madeley Centre, New … Continue reading
Please note this has been cancelled due to unforeseen circumstances. Details of the rescheduled meeting will be posted in due course.
Newcastle Borough Council have received a notice of disposal re the above asset of community value. If any community interest group/s are interested in placing an expression of interest to bid for the asset they must put this expression in … Continue reading
Please follow the link below to find out how to become involved and see the latest update re Madeleys emerging Neighbourhood Plan. www.madeleynp.org
I’ve just started watching the BBC Drama called “Broken” – a friend thought I’d like it. It is about a Catholic priest trying to care for his flock – emphasis on “trying”! Life in Father Michael’s parish is very tough … Continue reading
Madeley Parish Council will be meeting with representatives from HS2 on Monday 24th July 2017, 7:00pm at The Madeley Centre, New Road. There will be an update from HS2 following the deposit of the bill in Parliament earlier this week. … Continue reading
Sir John Offley pupils are set to lose use of the old school buildings, as the charitable trust that owns them has failed to reach an agreement with Staffordshire County Council regarding starting to charge rent for them.
Madeley pupils forced to move out of their old building due to rent issue – Read more at The Sentinel.
Hopefully a good resolution to this can be found – as it currently stands the Year 5 and 6 pupils will have to be relocated, meaning that the Pre-School on the site will have to move out.
Do we need speed calming in Madeley? Does the 30 limit through the village sufficiently slow traffic, or is there a problem with the speed of vehicles?
If you think that the speed limits alone are insufficient, consider adding your signature to thispetition: