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Council News

Unauthorised caravans at Blackbrook

May 29th, 2020|

For residents information Newcastle under Lyme Borough Council are treating the new traveller site, erected at Blackbrook over the Bank Holiday weekend, extremely seriously. They are liaising with Staffordshire County Council and Severn Trent to ensure they get maximum effect regarding any actions they take. Clearly, the Council must follow procedures set by various authorities.

Community News

May 20th, 2020|

Our latest Community newsletter has been published, please read it on Council Information>Newsletter page.

VE Day

May 7th, 2020|

The VE day celebration at the Loggerheads Pub on Friday 8th May has been cancelled by please celebrate at home.

At 11am, The Royal British Legion is calling on people to join in a moment of Remembrance and pause for a Two Minute Silence.

At 3pm, raise your glasses and join in the ‘Nation’s Toast to the Heroes of WWII’, this national moment of gratitude to those who gave so much during the war in Europe, from the safety of your own home or garden.

Annual Parish Meeting Postponed

May 2nd, 2020|

The Annual Parish Meeting was due to be held in May but willbe postponed this year until the Coronavirus restrictions are lifted. To see what the PC has done in 2019/20 and how it spent your precept click here.

Launch of Facebook Page

March 29th, 2020|

The Parish Council has got a new Facebook Page. For Facebook users, look for Loggerheads Parish council page and follow it for updates on events and information affecting the parish.

Be Aware of Increased risk of Scammers

March 26th, 2020|

As the elderly and vulnerable self-isolate, they can be at an increased risk of falling victim to scammers. There’s been reports in the UK of people offering a shopping service for isolated people where they take payment in advance and then never return with the goods. Please be vigilant to this and only give money to people you know and trust such as family and close friends.

Loggerheads Befrienders Suspended

March 19th, 2020|

In these challenging times it is with regret that the Loggerheads & District Befrienders are suspending all their group activities with immediate effect. However, we will continue to support our community by keeping in contact with people by phone and helping with shopping etc. If you need assistance please contact us.
Phone: 07523 512934
If you are able to offer support please also contact us.

Remember your neighbour

Community Helping Each Other

March 18th, 2020|

In these challenging times the Parish Council urges you to help your neighbours, especially those who have been told to stay at home. Post a note through their door saying you can help if they need any shopping or someone to chat to. The Befrienders, Voluntary Car Scheme and First Responders are also ready to help ..just call 07523 512934 to volunteer to help or to seek help.

Planning Application to Improve Facilities for Football in Burntwood Approved

March 10th, 2020|

An application submitted by the Parish Council to site 2 portacabins adjacent to the football filed in the Burntwood has been approved, with strict conditions to protect the trees. You will see work start when the weather improves and when Loggerheads Football club has done some fund raising. Power and water will be laid to the cabins to provide changing facilities so that the Club can reach FA standards.

Improving Road Safety in Loggerheads

January 28th, 2020|

The Parish Council has looked at the data from Speed Watch activity in the area and listened to residents’ feedback about speeding vehicles on Eccleshall Road, the B5026 and Newcastle Road, the A53 in Loggerheads and purchased and installed two more Speed Indication Devices. These are the signs that flash your speed at you as you approach them and remind you to Slow Down if you are travelling at more than 30mph, the speed limit for both these roads. We already have one on Mucklestone Road and another at Hookgate. The first and oldest on the A53 at the BT Telephone Exchange is battery operated and will be replaced with a solar power sign in spring. Our local Speed Watch volunteers are active in Mucklestone, Knighton and Loggerheads and are always looking for new volunteers so they can be more active. If you are interested please contact Karen on 01630 673426 or email

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