Presentation of Memorial Plaques to the Parish Council from Martin Wright.
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Posted: Tue, 06 Apr 2021 10:43 by Bethany Colegate
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Posted: Wed, 10 Mar 2021 12:58 by Bethany Colegate
Sawley Parish Council has confirmed there will be no increase in their council tax for the financial 2021/22.
This is the second year running that the new administration has not increased its council tax.
A spokesperson for the Parish Council said: " At a time when many residents are struggling financially - with Covid, we are delighted to announce NO increase in our council tax & we will be looking to bring further improvements in Sawley during this year. More »
Achieved by tight control of expenditure & savings - but no cuts." » Less
Posted: Wed, 03 Feb 2021 13:56 by Bethany Colegate
The Chair & Vice Chair of Sawley Parish Council, Cllr Alan Chewings & Dave Doyle authorised the lowering of Sawley's community flag to fly at half mast until Monday - to show respect and remembrance to Captain Sir Tom Moore, who sadly passed away yesterday.
The photo shows Cllr John Hey Heddle lowering the flag.
Commenting a spokesperson for the Parish Council said:
"It's fitting that we lowered our flag for such a decent and inspirational man. More »
We thank you for your service and your efforts in supporting the NHS.
We offer our condolences to Captain Tom's family.
RIP." » Less
Cllr Alan Chewings, Cllr Dave Doyle and Cllr John Hey Heddle, were pleased to received two commemorative plaques that have been donated to the Sawley community by local artist Mr Martin Wright. The Plaques will be installed on the War Memorial on Lock Lane in time for the VE Day Celebrations.