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Completed. One amusing, one conceptual, and one deadly serious

Another huh, what’s this about. Well crafting and delivering speeches, that’s what.

Prince Harry says his worst fear is giving a speech in public. It’s many people’s worst fear too. 195 more words


Oswestry Hill Fort public hearing opens. A powerful Open Letter by Senior Academics in British Archaeology has been published.

Today (Tuesday 16th December, 2014), government appointed Inspector, Claire Sherratt DIP URP MRTPI, will lead a public hearing at Shirehall, Shrewsbury, on the proposed hillfort development as part of the soundness examination of the SAMDev plan. 529 more words

Planning Applications

Doubts over ability of local councils to assess shale gas risk – new survey

Local authorities lack competence to deal with important issues in shale gas planning applications, according to a majority of respondents to a new survey. 459 more words


Date Valley School - our comments on revised planning application to extend opening hours

A planning application made by Date Valley School on Cricket Green to extend its opening hours into the evenings and Saturdays was discussed at a planning applications committee in October. 105 more words

Cricket Green Conservation Area

Oswestry Hill Fort: a cantankerous old farmer writes .....

Dear Everyone,
You might know me as cantankerous Salopian farmer Silas Brown, campaigner for “best practice” to be imposed on artefact hunting by Parliament (just put “Silas” in the search box)  but today I’m on a different tack. 266 more words

Planning Applications

Save your village - Plans to beat the planners

Country Life magazine had an interesting article in its 19 November edition, “Enjoy this view while you can“. It charts an idyllic Hertfordshire village subject to three planning applications around its borders. 202 more words

Plaistow & Ifold Parish
Rumours have it that Hove Town Hall will not close before Christmas as planned, although one hears the Hove Centre itself will close on the 24th of December. 91 more words