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Cannock Chase Council is consulting on updated Draft Conservation Area documents which have been prepared for the following areas: Church Street, Rugeley Conservation Area; Talbot Street/Lichfield Street, Rugeley Conservation Area; and Trent and Mersey Canal (Cannock Chase District) Conservation Area.
This year, the District will celebrate Armed Forces Day with an official flag raising ceremony and a free community fun day.
In November essential tree works commenced on tree avenue in Hednesford Park, where sixteen, large, over mature trees were felled. Some of the felled trees have been pollarded and work has started to create living sculptures from some of the trees, that were well past their best.
Amanda Milling, Member of Parliament for Cannock Chase, has presented 96 year old Mr Frederick Donald Hall, of Cannock, with a Chevalier de la Legion d’honneur medal, for his efforts in the D-Day landings.
If you are interested in the First World War and local history, why not take part in the second phase of the project ‘Reaching Out Arms – The story of the First World War on Cannock Chase’?
Cannock Chase Council in partnership with WLCT has launched an official World War 1 website to remember the sacrifices made by men and women during World War 1 across the District.
A decommissioned signal box from the Rugeley to Walsall line has been successfully moved to Hednesford Park.
Cannock Chase Council’s Cabinet is considering enforcement action for spitting in public places.
Cannock Chase Council is on the look-out for inspirational young people from the District for the annual Youth Endeavour Award.
A new 1950s exhibition is now on show at the Museum of Cannock Chase and will run until Sunday 14th August.
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