Presentation of Memorial Plaques to the Parish Council from Martin Wright.
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Posted: Mon, 20 Sep 2021 14:21 by Bethany Colegate
Sawley Parish Council have given the go ahead for a full act of Remembrance Service this year and it will be held at Sawley Memorial on Sunday 14th November at 11am.
It's hoped that there won't be any Covid restrictions in place, but attendees are being asked to wear a face covering until the actual service begins.
Sawley Parish Council have put in place - road closure notices, for the duration of the service on Tamworth Road. More »
Church groups, community & voluntary groups, as well as residents are being invited to attend the act of remembrance.
Once again the Parish Council have decided to give prominence to a veteran to lay the first wreath, they are also inviting a woman & man to lay a wreath at the new silhouettes depicting the sacrifice of so many during all conflicts.
Safety Marshall's, first aiders, PA system and a bugler will also be in place. It's also hoped that a choir will be able to join us at the Remembrance Service.
If anyone wants to lay a wreath during the service - can they please advise the Clerk to the Parish Council accordingly
The Parish Council will be keeping a close eye on any Covid advice issued by the Government.
The service will be advertised widely in the community by means of the Autumn Parish Newsletter. » Less
Posted: Thu, 01 Jul 2021 12:55 by Bethany Colegate
Notice of Public Rights and publication of unaudited Annual governance & Accountability return
Posted: Tue, 11 May 2021 12:50 by Bethany Colegate
This evenings meeting of the Sawley Parish Council has been cancelled due to raised concerns over the recent outbreak of Covid - 19 at the local secondary school and the implications of holding an in person meeting.
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.