Newly Elected Town Mayor & Deputy Town Mayor
At the Annual Town Council Meeting held on Tuesday 10 May 2022, Councillor Ian West was elected as Town Mayor for Broseley for the ensuing year,
and Cllr. Caroline Bagnall was elected as Deputy Town Mayor.
Upon being elected they thanked the outgoing Town Mayor Cllr. Mark Garbett for his service over the past year.
We wish them both well in their posts over the coming year.
Jubilee Street Party
This year Her Majesty the Queen will become the first British Monarch to celebrate a Platinum Jubilee marking 70 years of service.
Broseley Town Councillors would like to invite the whole community to our street party within the high-street on Sunday 5th June 2022 as part of the national celebrations.
FREE Senior Tickets can be collected from the Library
For further information please contact the Town Council Office.
Library Jubilee Celebration
Come along to the Library on Thursday 2 June to take part in our Jubilee celebrations.
Broseley Bake Off Competition and FREE refreshments
Under 5's FREE Storytime with Caroline Bagnall & BOOKNIC
Children and Adults are being asked to unleash their creativity and to get their wooden spoons at the ready to take part in the Broseley Bake Off competition to celebrate the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee.
NOTICE UNDER LOCAL GOVERNMENT ACT, 1972 (Section 87(2))
VACANCY FOR A COUNCILLOR
PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that a casual vacancy has occurred in the office of Councillor for East Ward of Broseley Town Council, following the resignation of Councillor Debbie Lloyd.
Bullying and Harassment Statement
Broseley Town Council treats everyone with courtesy and respect and ask for the same in return.
Broseley Town Council ask that you treat your Councillors and council staff courteously without violence, abuse or harassment.
Councillors and council staff have the right to carry out their duties and work without fear of being attacked or abused.
Any behaviour whether that be verbal, physical, online or in writing, which causes either Councillors or council staff to feel uncomfortable, embarrassed, or threatened, is totally unacceptable and will be treated very seriously.
Thank you for your understanding.
Dark Lane Toilets - Evening Closure
This is extremely disappointing news but due to continued acts of vandalism, and general antisocial behaviour, the Town Council have decided to close these facilities, for a trial period of two months, from 5:30pm 7 days per week.
It is regrettable that these facilities have to be closed, however we are looking at ways of preventing the vandalism and hoping that this closure will be a temporary measure.
Thanks you for your understanding.
Broseley Town Council
Neighbourhood Plan for Broseley
Broseley Town Council has prepared a neighbourhood plan in accordance with Regulation 15 of the Neighbourhood Planning (General) (Amendment) Regulations 2015.
The town council has submitted its neighbourhood plan to Shropshire Council. The submission is accompanied by a Basic Conditions Statement; Consultation Statement; Strategic Environmental Assessment (SEA) Screening Assessment; Habitats Regulations Assessment (HRA) Screening Assessment and The Habitats Regulations Assessment (HRA) Appropriate AssessmentPublication and consultation of the Neighbourhood PlanAs required by Regulation 16 of the Neighbourhood Planning Regulations, Shropshire Council is inviting representations during a public consultation on the submission version of the Broseley Neighbourhood Plan.
The consultation documents can be downloaded and viewed on this page.
Come and say Hello and meet the Town Councillors that represent you in Broseley, our surgeries will be held within the Victoria Hall on the below dates between 10am - 12pm.
This is an opportunity to discuss any issues or feedback that you may have about our Town
o 25 June 2022 o 27 August 2022 o 24 September 2022 o 26 November 2022 o 17 December 2022 o 25 February 2023 o 25 March 2023
We look forward to seeing you there!
Broseley Members Infomation:
Broseley Town Council is a local authority whose members represent the residents of the parish of Broseley in Shropshire. The Council has 11 members, 6 representing Broseley East and 4 representing Broseley West and 1 for Broseley Wood. Members are elected every 4 years and carry out their duties on a voluntary basis.
The Town Council provides the following services:
Some street lighting
The Birchmeadow Centre is owned by the Town Council and operated by the Birchmeadow Centre Management Committee.
The Cemetery for Broseley and the Cemetery Chapel, located on Ironbridge Road.
The Visit Broseley Website - www.visitbroseley.co.uk
The bus shelter on Edinburgh Road and The Square Broseley
Guest Road Play Area The Little Library Quarry Road
The Town Council supports a number of other facilities/events provided by not-for-profit organisations including:
Local C.A.B Service
Broseley in Bloom
Normal Opening Hours
Public opening: Fridays between 10am - 12noon by appointment only.
Otherwise please telephone 01952 882172 or email us firstname.lastname@example.org from Monday to Friday 9am to 3pm.
The office is closed on Saturday and Sunday but if you email us or leave a message on the answer machine we will get back to you as soon as possible.
Town Council and Cemetery Emergency contacts
In the event of an out of hours emergency please contact the following emergency key holders:
Cllr. Mark Garbett - 07701 088217
Cllr. Roy Childs - 01952 883510
Cllr. Michael Burton - 07980 419032