Hadnall
A Shropshire village mentioned
in the Doomsday Book 1089

Hadehelle

Links                           
About Hadnall
Local pictures (- external site)
The Ease -  last update 27/4/16
The Embroidered Map

Services
Village Hall
Church's website external site
Parish Council (update 13/7/16)
Hadnall & Astley News
Hadnall Primary School external site
Local POLICE (update:27/7/16)
Emergency "tax" disk

Groups:-

Friday Painters external site
Hadnall Parents & Toddlers
Hadnall Pre-school Playgroup(external site)
Hadnall Women's Club
Hadnall Bowling Club (external site)
Hadnall & District History Group
Walking for Health
Hadnall WI
Sansaw's Men's Shed (external site)
Hadnall Trainspotters - update(11/6/16)
Web links page
Hadnall Remembers - pictures
Hadnall Community Led Plan (20/7/16)

RAF Shawbury (2miles away)(external site)
Shropshire Planning Applications


Recently moved to Hadnall?

Contact points:-

Parish Council
History Group
Village Magazine
Village Hall
Hadnall WI


Next magazine deadline:-

20th September
2016


last Update:-
26th August 2016



The September 2012 Floods  .
Click here for photos of the flood.
 

Latest Culvert News  (14/6/16)
Latest news:  tendering goes out on 17th June.  This is a four week period.  Commencement date is 24th October with completion by  10th March 2017.  There will be some other Severn Trent work going on beforehand.

Do you feel threatened by the potential risk of having your house flooded?  Would you like a FREE assesment of risk from Shropshire Council?  If so click here for details.

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Hadnall Village website:
Recent news items and announcements:

Please note NEW Parish Council meeting Date:  now TUESDAY 6th SEPTEMBER



Ride and Stride: Saturday 10th September

This year's Ride and Stride also falls on Saturday 10th. The aim is for sponsored people to Ride (bicycle, horse) or walk to as many churches as possible between 10 am and 6 pm! There are stewards at most churches involved to sign riders and striders in, confirming their visit.

This year we have Vicar Rob and Team Pie (Phil Price and friends) who have bravely offered to participate and we are looking for sponsors for them, please. Half the monies raised go to our lovely church and half to the Shropshire Historic Churches Trust who help churches with grants, etc. and who are the organisers of the event. Rob and Phil have their own sponsor forms, and one will be left in church. You can also donate on line to 'Just Giving', which is a safe and secure site to donate to. The site address is www.justgiving.com/judi-pridding. For more information contact Judi on 210436.

Please support these worthwhile causes and sponsor our participants.





Community Led Plan - deciding the future of Hadnall.  Please read this document: It is very important that everyone in the village understands what needs to be done.
Following on from the four information meetings held over the past few weeks,  it is now time to form an action committee of people from the community who are willing to decide the next phase of the plan.  If you would like to volunteer for this committee, please e-mail clp@hadnall.org.uk or phone 210873 and leave your details.  A meeting will be set up in September to start the committee's work.

Shropshire Way Main Route Consultation Survey

The Shropshire Way was devised by Ramblers in 1980 providing a long distance path of 140 miles through the best of Shropshire’s beautiful countryside.  Some 20 years later the original route was upgraded by Shropshire Council to promote tourism. Subsequently it has been expanded to provide more links to market towns and more opportunities for shorter circular walks.

Whilst this was well received at the time, it has become evident that the web of routes that are now part of the Shropshire Way cause some confusion on the ground. This means that there is no defined route that a long distance walker could complete and say they have walked the Shropshire Way.

We would like to know your views about a proposed ‘Shropshire Way Main Route’ and the line it should take.  Please follow the link below to access a short survey to give us your opinion, the 4 routes are in pdf form on the proposal page and clicking on “How to get involved” will access the survey.

http://new.shropshire.gov.uk/get-involved/shropshire-way/             
     

Road Works in Hadnall

ROAD CLOSURE: Station Road, Hadnall

Date and duration: 12th September 2016 for 5 days

Purpose: Open cut 6m in carriageway to install mains connection valve, washout, pressure test and chlorinate

Utility: Severn Trent Water

We are hearing that there will be a major project by Severn Trent Water Company on the A49 from August to November involving a lot of traffic control.  This work will be in addition to the work on the culvert which will take place from October to March.  Apparently there will be a public meeting held by Severn Trent at some point.  The latest news seen indicates it will be the stretch up Hadnall bank as far as the other side of Upper Battlefield. Many of you may have received notification.
Hadnall Events Diary
by Beth Prinz

HADNALL PARISH COUNCIL

Next meeting: Tuesday 6th September  2016. Members of the village are always welcome.  Near to the meeting time, agenda and minutes are posted in the two Parish Council Noticeboards (by the Message Tree and the Village Hall). They are also available through the village website via the Parish Council page.

Regular events in the Village Hall
Zumba Classes Wednesday 6.15 - 7.15 pm

Yoga on Thursday evenings  6.45 - 8pm
Exercise Class Wednesday mornings
Healthy Walking - Tuesdays 10.30 in VH C/P
Pilates - Thursday mornings
Friday Painters mornings


Diary
SEPTEMBER
3.    Coffee morning in Church 10.30 - 12 noon. £1
6.    Ramblers leave VH C/P @ 6 pm promptly
        Parish Council Meeting at 7.30pm
7.    Wed. Club meet 2.30 pm
     Village Hall Committee meet 7.45 pm
10.    Scarecrow Festival. 2 - 5 pm
       Ride & Stride for Shropshire Churches
11.    Scarecrow Festival  2 - 5 pm
12.    Women's Club - Talk on Ethiopia. 8 pm
 13.    W.I. "Floral Art"  with Helen Savage
14.    Sew 'n Sews @ The Coach House 1.30 pm
15.    Coffee morning @ Astley Lodge 10,30 - 12 noon
         Crafts evening @ Wood Cottage 7.30
21.    Pub Lunch @ New Inn. 12.30
25.    Ramblers leave VH C/P @ 10 am promptly
28.    History Group
30.  McMillan Coffee Morning VH 10.30 - 12.00

OCTOBER
2       NEW Hadnall 10k road race
13.    Village Quiz
16.    Harvest Festival & Lunch

November
Punch & Pate Evening at Astley Lodge

2017
18th February The Shrewsbury U3A Ukelele Concert @ Church
11th June Hadnall Village Hall Fete

Village organisations wishing to promote events later in the year/next year are invited to submit their dates for inclusion here.

Mobile library times in Hadnall  - Mondays
Painsbrook: 9.20am - 9.30am   
Willow Court: 9.35am - 9.55am
Chapel Road: 10.00am - 10.30am
Astley Lane: 10.35am - 11.15am
On the following Mondays (usually fortnightly):-
 
5th September

Prescription Rota for the free prescription service from Clive medical practice for those who do not pay for prescriptions.
 

Re-cycling Centre at Battlefield
Hours
Open every week day 8.30am - 5pm
Weekends and Bank Holidays 9.00am - 5.00pm
Except Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Year's Da
y


Articles of Village news are always welcome. e-mail the story to:-
 magazine@hadnall.org.uk


If you spot an error or malfunction on part of the site, please e-mail to report the problem.
magazine@hadnall.org.uk

Are you interested in the furure of Hadnall?  This could be as a resident or as a business.  Hadnall PC has set up a group to develop a Neighbourhood Plan (Community Led Plan).  To make initial contact, please email the CLP group



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