West Mercia Police have launched their ‘On the Beat – South Worcestershire’ newsletter to be distributed via Parish Councils. It will be a quarterly newsletter and this is the first edition.
If you have any queries regarding this newsletter or policing in your area please contact your local Policing Team, whose contact details are available here:
Please be aware that the web link shown in the poster above doesn't work for some reason, so if you want to attend, you will need to contact the organisers via one of the following methods:
Despite receiving approval from Wychavon District Council for a formal application for funding from the Community Legacy Grant Scheme, Charlton Parish Council will not be progressing with the plan for a children’s playground in Charlton at this time. As part of the consultation process required in order to qualify for grant funding, we distributed a survey to all households in the village, and while there was a clear 3:2 majority in favour of the scheme, there were sufficient objections, mostly concerning the proposed location, to cause the Council to reconsider the project. At this time, we are unable to identify any suitable alternative sites within the village, however, in the event that some new housing development occurs in the future, this would provide the Council with an opportunity to revisit the project.
Wychavon District Council has published detailed profiles of the individual parishes within its administrative area. You can view Charlton's profile by clicking on: Wychavon insight page and selecting "Charlton" from the Parish section. You can also look at the profiles for other parishes via the same route
Charlton Parish Council has responded to this survey. If you wish to make an individual response, please note that the link in the poster below will not work. Instead you should click on:
You can find full information on all aspects of the roll-out of superfast broadband across Worcestershire at:
West Mercia Police have issued this poster to introduce the members of the Safer Neighbourhood Team covering Evesham Town South and Rural West, which includes Charlton
The West Mercia Police website has a wide range of downloadable articles and advice sheets on steps you can take to protect yourself, your home, your vehicles, other property etc. You can access these and more information about West Mercia Police activities at:
Hereford and Worcestershire Fire Service have produced a leaflet emphasising the need for sensible and considerate parking particularly on narrow village roads, in order to allow the passage of emergency vehicles.