A group of 10 volunteers did some great work before Christmas to tidy up Green Lane, thank you to all who helped, a job well done!
Marchington Parish Council are working with our amazing resident volunteer to plant some tree’s around the village and hope to include the planting of wildflowers later in the year. If you’d like to get involved or have any ideas for village greening, please email the Parish Clerk firstname.lastname@example.org
Marchington Parish Council and The Environment Agency
Invite you to an update on the Marchington Flood Prevention Scheme.
Thursday January 30th 2020
Marchington Village Hall
Presentation starts 5.15pm
General Election – December 12th 2019
Notice Of Poll
Notice of Poll – 2nd May 2019
Borough Council Elections – Notice Of Poll Crown Ward
Borough and Parish Council Elections – 2nd May 2019.
Nomination packs are now available from the Parish Clerk – email@example.com or by calling 07549 164641. All forms must be returned to Burton Town Hall by 4pm on 3rd April 2019
Coffee Morning 10.30am – Tuesday 19th March 2019
Come along to our regular Coffee Morning and meet friends old and new.
Spring Fling Disco – Saturday 30th March 2019 at 8pm
If you fancy dusting off your dancing shoes then join us at the Village Hall, tickets are £12.50 and include a pork bap and luxury ice cream supplied by Daltons of Wootton. If you would like tickets then please contact Pete Smith on 01889 567447, Isabel Wilson on 01889 569411 or Judy Slaney on 01283 820306.
We regularly hold Whist Drives on Friday evenings, if you would like to come along and join the fun then please contact Pete Smith on 01889 567447 for further details.
The Met Office has issued a Yellow weather warning for wind, covering the whole of Staffordshire from now until 3pm on Wednesday. They’re expecting winds gusting to around 45-50 mph across the county throughout the night.
Tomorrow sees the strong winds continue, with squally showers that will be mostly of rain, but could fall as hail or sleet at times. After that, the rest of the week looks unsettled but nothing unusual for the time of year.