Dangerous and ‘Out of Control’ dogs in Public Areas

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Coleshill Town Council do not have any specific By-laws to deal with out of control dogs in our public spaces. However it is a criminal offence to have an out of control dog in public. The links below can be used for further information about what a ‘out of control dog’ is deemed to be.

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We would urge anyone who experiences an incident with an ‘out of control’ dog to please contact Warwickshire police. This can be done either by  phoning 101 or following the link below to report it on the 101 website for Warwickshire.

https://www.gov.uk/control-dog-public

 https://www.northwarks.gov.uk/info/20085/dogs/1193/dangerous_dogs

 https://www.police.uk/101/

Wander Round Wednesday – 1st September!

The next Wander Round Wednesday is on 1 September, less than a week away.  There are still a few spaces for stall holders.  These as per the pictures: roof covered and already assembled for you with a tabletop provided.  We are only looking for a £5 donation, at most.

If you are interested in booking a stall, contact:

Colin@ColeshillTownCouncil.gov.uk or Helen@ColeshillTownCouncil.gov.uk

Or phone 01675 463326 (answer machine, out of hours).

 

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Important – LM on behalf of HS2 – Hard shoulder closure along the M42 northbound between junctions 6 and 7 from Monday 2 August to Friday 6 August 2021

Good afternoon neighbour,

Please find information below detailing a hard shoulder closure along the M42 being carried out by LM (Laing O’Rourke and J. Murphy & Sons) on behalf of HS2.

As part of our preparation works for future construction of the HS2 Interchange Station and railway route, we are undertaking roadside vegetation clearance in the area. To carry out our works safely, we will install traffic measures when necessary. Subject to obtaining the relevant consents, we will install a temporary, hard shoulder closure along the M42 northbound from 9.30am to 3.30pm between Monday 2 August to Friday 6 August between junctions 6 and 7. The map below shows the location of the hard shoulder closure in orange.

HS2 map

Please share this information with your employees, tenants and/or customers as required via your various communications channels. If you have any questions about our works promoted in this email, please contact Fiona Woolston by email at fwoolston@lm-jv.com.

Many thanks,

Community Engagement Team

08081 434 434 | Community@lm-jv.com

6th Floor, Cornerblock,Two Cornwall Street, Birmingham B3 2DX

Find out more about what we do and how we do it – www.lm-jv.com

 

Reminder – LM on behalf of HS2 – Revised traffic rerouting around Northway Island from Monday 19 July to late August 2021

Good afternoon neighbour,

 

We would like to remind you that LM (Laing O’Rourke and J. Murphy & Sons) will install a new direction of travel for road users around Northway Island from Monday 19 July on behalf of HS2.

 

From Monday 19 July to late August 2021, two short sections of Northway Island will be closed. Depending on your direction of travel, road users will no longer be able to travel around the whole of the Island and you may be redirected from Northway Island, along the A452 or B4438, and back. You will still be able to access all routes, there will just be a short diversion from some parts of Northway Island. Direction of travel along the B4438, A452 and Northway will be unaffected.

 

Furthermore, we will install temporary traffic lights on Sunday 18 July from 10am to 1pm on a short section of the A452 off Northway Island.

 

Please see notification and flyer using the links below for full details.

LM on behalf of HS2 – Notice of revised traffic rerouting around Northway Island from Monday 19 July to late August 2021

LM on behalf of HS2 – Flyer of revised traffic rerouting around Northway Island from Monday 19 July to late August 2021

 Please share this reminder with your employees, tenants and/or customers as required via your various communications channels. If you receive questions or enquiries about our works, please encourage people to subscribe for news updates on HS2 works in Solihull at www.hs2insolihull.co.uk. Where possible, please use the following text to promote our communications channels:

 

Stay in touch

As HS2’s works increase in this area, HS2 and their contractors want to keep you updated on all planned activities to inform your future journeys. On HS2’s Commonplace portal, you can sign up for news updates in the Solihull area at www.hs2insolihull.co.uk; you can sign up under the heading ‘Subscribe to news updates for HS2 in Solihull’ on the homepage.

 

You can also find information about HS2’s works in surrounding areas at:

hs2inwarwickshire.co.uk

hs2instaffordshire.co.uk

hs2inbirmingham.co.uk

hs2incheshire.co.uk

 

To get in touch with HS2, contact their HS2 Helpdesk team all day, every day of the year on:

08081 434 434

hs2enquiries@hs2.org.uk

 

 

If you have any questions about our works promoted in the attached notification and flyer, please contact Fiona Woolston by email at fwoolston@lm-jv.com.

 

Many thanks,

 

Community Engagement Team

 

 

 

08081 434 434 | Community@lm-jv.com

6th Floor, Cornerblock,Two Cornwall Street, Birmingham B3 2DX

Find out more about what we do and how we do it – www.lm-jv.com

 

Pathway Improvement in the Cemetery Extension

You may wonder why there are Public Path Diversion Order signs in the field alongside the Coleshill Cemetery?
The County Council refer to the path that runs down from the opening to the field and running across at a diagonal in the direction of Maxstoke as M67 Pathway.  The reasons for the diversions are centred around the fact that two acres of this field are to be the cemetery extension.  The path will be made more attractive as it is diverted in that:
  • Walkers can go around the perimeter of the graves area rather than having to walk through them
  • The paths will be two metres wide rather than a thin track
  • The paths will be in sturdy concrete rather than muddy soil and
  • There are to be benches and bins provided around the perimeter.
The notices ask for any representations or objections.  We hope the above explains the diversion and why it is beneficial to all visitors.
If there are any enquiries please don’t hesitate to contact The Town Clerk, Colin Greatorex, colin@coleshilltowncouncil.gov.uk

Local hub connects the Coleshill community

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The Coleshill Hub – a community space and place in Coleshill, North Warwickshire – continues to support and connect local people.

In line with the government’s Build Back Better campaign, the Hub is encouraging the local community to get back onto the high street and get involved in North Warwickshire-based events.

The Hub provides information about what is on in Coleshill, signposting its visitors to events and activities, helping to support local tourism, as well as giving answers to the all-important questions local people have about HS2.

“After such a challenging and isolating year for many, it’s great to be able to connect local people with their community again,” says Charlie Painter, Hub Co-ordinator.

“We remained open wherever possible throughout the pandemic and provided whatever support we possibly could, including socially distant garden visits, shopping, and phone calls, but it’s fantastic to be able to support the community properly again.

“For many visitors coming to The Hub, we are their first step towards getting them the help they need. We help them no matter what their challenge may be. The Hub has a wide network of local and national partners – we signpost local people to the right services.

The Coleshill Hub is now open again to visitors, Monday to Friday between 10am and 1pm. Visitors need to wear face coverings and there is a limit to the number allowed in at any one time.

The Hub was recently involved in the Coleshill Local Arts Week – a week-long event held in the Old Market Hall in Coleshill. Local artist, Peter Scott, and STITCH (Sewing Together In The Coleshill Hub) showcased their work. There were also pop-up shops from Wicks of Water Orton, Jewellery from Dianne and a pre-loved art sale from Mary Ann Evans Hospice.

The week also featured a display from Wessex Archaeology, who provided fantastic displays and information about the HS2 archaeology site, the Romans in Coleshill and education about the Bronze Age.

Children from St Edwards Catholic Primary, The Coleshill School and Woodlands inclusive school displayed paintings, drawings and models of different areas of Coleshill.

“Seeing local events happening again, like the Coleshill Local Arts Week, is incredible. We feel honoured and incredibly lucky to be a part of that drive towards connecting people with their local community again,” says Helen Whittaker, Community and Partnership Manager at Coleshill Town Council.

“Our message to the local community is that we are all in this together. You are not alone. There is always someone who wants to help you. The Hub is just one example of that. So whatever you’re up against, pop in to The Hub and let’s see what we can do.”

For more information about The Coleshill Hub and how you can get involved in the services it provides, call 01675 462517 or visit https://www.coleshillhub.org.uk/.