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Tuesday 21 January 2020

News

Road Closure - Rock Lane, Ashley

Thursday 16 January 2020
Closure of the length of Rock Lane from the junction with Newcastle Road to the junction with Church Road. IT IS ANTICIPATED THAT THE CLOSURE WILL BE IN PLACE BETWEEN 09:30hrs on 20th January 2020 AND 15:30hrs on 24th January 2020

Vacancy for councillor at Tyrley - Public notice of casual vacancy

Friday 3 January 2020
PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a casual vacancy has occurred in the office of Councillor for the Loggerheads Parish Council (Tyrley Ward) following resignation on 18 November 2019 of John Knight

School Crossing Patrols to retire on 25th October.

Thursday 10 October 2019
Rosie and Ken are retiring, a huge thank you to them for years of service in all weathers. The County Council is recruiting replacement patrollers for more details please email or call Paul Hankey paul.hankey@staffordshire.gov.uk 07966328833

Welcome to Loggerheads Parish Council

The parish of Loggerheads in Staffordshire covers 4 wards: Loggerheads, Ashley, Mucklestone and Tyrley. From the 2011 census the parish has 4,480 residents, living in 1806 households. 

The residents are represented on the Parish Council by 19 councillors who live or work in the parish. Meetings of the Council are held on the 3rd Monday in the month at 7pm at Loggerheads Fire Station.  Look out for information on these meetings on the website.

Meetings of the Finance Committee are held monthly on the second Monday in the month at 2pm at the Fire Station in Loggerheads.

 VISION

  • Working for a better future
  • Building on our strengths
  • Protecting your lifestyle
  • Ambitious for the future

 OUR PURPOSE

  • Making the best use of all of our resources
  • Investing in infrastructure and the provision of services
  • Commissioning for outcomes based on our communities’ needs
  • Promoting community wellbeing and resilience
  • Influencing, coordinating and supporting other organisations that contribute to the life in the parish of Loggerheads