The late night shop for Christmas 2019 Light Switch On will be on Thursday 28 November as organised by Love Coleshill. The Mayor, Cllr. Adam Richardson will be present to switch on the lights.
On Saturday 30 November, the Town Council will be organising the Christmas Fayre in the Town Hall from 1pm-4pm. If you wish to book a stall please contact Helen Whittaker on 01675 463326.
Over the weekend of 7th – 8th September there was some fire damage on the Memorial park and the Rocker elephant was vandalised. The damage has now been rectified but at a cost in excess of £700 to the Town Council.
This was part of two weekends of vandalism at the park which saw the skate board ramp also being damaged and fires lit at the skate park and junior football pitch as well as damage to the Stonebridge Allotment site.
If you have any information regarding these incidents please contact Crime.Desk@warwickshire.pnn.police.uk
Please note the change of time for Coleshill WI Meetings from 2pm-4pm on the 2nd Tuesday of every month (exc August) at Coleshill Town Hall (Old Court Room) new members always welcome to drop in.
A wide variety of speakers, craft activities, exercise, baking and more. Come and join your local WI at our next meeting or for more information contact Elaine on: 01675462621
Please note that the Honesty Shop on Friday 4th October has been postponed until further notice
Coleshill Town Council is pleased to announce the opening of the Grants Award Scheme. This is an opportunity for local voluntary organisations to obtain funding of up to £2,000. Please see the links below for the full guidelines and application form. The closing date for 2019-2020 awards is Midnight, Monday 26th August 2019.
Are you soon due to retire / semi-retire and would like a new project? Love gardening but find your garden too small to grow produce? Want to save money in the supermarkets and avoid pesticides by growing your own?
There are now a small number of vacancies at the Stonebridge Allotment site.
Plots cost just £25 per year for Coleshill Residents (£35 for non-residents) they must be continuously maintained or they will be withdrawn and reissued.
Renting an allotment can be incredible hard work and needs commitment to maintain, however the rewards are also great. Coleshill Town Council run an annual competition for our Allotment Holders and have a good relationship with them. We are members of the National Allotment Society
For any more information, contact Megan Davies, Projects Coordinator on 01675 463326 or via email@example.com