News - Archive
Posted Thursday October 1st, 2015, 4:05 pm
Bridgnorth's Charter Market can be found each Friday and Saturday under the Town Hall in Bridgnorth High Street. The wide variety of stalls and friendly traders makes a warm welcome guaranteed to this ancient market.
Each Saturday there is a street market in the High Street too with speciality markets welcomed throughout the year. See www.brignorthtownevents.org for further information on these speciality markets.
Bridgnorth is delighted to celebrate Love Your Local Market each year too.
The photos show Cllr. David Cooper, Town Mayor handing out reusable shopping bags to traders during Love Your Local Market fortnight 2015.
Posted Monday September 28th, 2015, 4:13 pm
The Lodge Lane and Grove Partnership worked with local residents and the Co-op on Lodge Lane to put on a Macmillan Coffee Morning at the newly refurbished St. James' Church Hall on Friday 25th September 2015. Local residents and Councillors made cakes and David, the Manager and staff from the Lodge Lane Co-op supported the event by providing some cakes and staff for the event. There were a few cakes left over and these were sold on the market under the Town Hall on Saturday. A total of about £300 was raised for Macmillan.
Posted Monday September 28th, 2015, 4:04 pm
Graham Oliver - West Mercia Police and Crime Commissioners Shropshire Community Ambassador, Superintendant McWillam, PC Stuart Lippitt - Bridgnorth & Rural East Safer Neighbourhood Team Bridgnorth Police Station, Cllr. James Gittins Deputy Town Mayor, Anne Wilson Town Clerk and Cllr. Mrs Cecilia Walden Chairman Bridgnorth Town Council CCTV Committee joined CCTV volunteers Connie Baines and Avril France and Steve Hirons from Technical Services, the installers of the new CCTV system in the CCTV suite for a tour of the new CCTV system highlighting the updated equipment and special features. The West Mercia Police and Crime Commissioner gave a grant of £27,500 capital funding towards the new set up with Bridgnorth Town Council and Shropshire Council funding the remaining costs.
Posted Friday August 21st, 2015, 11:46 am
Due to the weather forecast for tomorrow and safety considerations, we have taken the decision to cancel the planned Skate Jam on Saturday 22nd August 2015 at Crown Meadow. We would like to re-arrange the Skate Jam at some point in the future and will let you know the date as soon as it is agreed.
Posted Friday August 21st, 2015, 10:29 am
Christmas Lighting Contract
Bridgnorth Town Council
expressions of interest from contractors interested in tendering for the testing of the lights and the eye bolts and the erection, dismantling and maintenance of the Town’s Christmas Lighting including cross road and lamp post features for the erection of Christmas Lights in 2015 and/or a three year contract.
Specifications for all of the above will be available for distribution by post or e mail on Friday 21st August 2015 with the closing date for tenders 1st post Monday 7th September 2015. (No e mail applications accepted)
If you are interested please submit your details to:
The Town Clerk, Bridgnorth Town Council, College House, St Leonard’s Close,
Bridgnorth, Shropshire WV16 4EJ
Telephone 01746 762231
Email: [email protected]
Posted Tuesday August 18th, 2015, 11:45 am
As part of the enhancements to the Christmas Lights in the town the Town Council is organising a “Design a Christmas Light Competition”.
We are inviting children between the ages of 5 and 12 to design a Christmas Light which will then be made into a rope light illustrative design and put up in Bridgnorth over the Christmas period. The lucky winner will have the honour of turning on the Christmas Lights on the evening of 20th November 2015 with the Town Mayor.
Application forms can be collected from Bridgnorth Town Council offices in College House, St. Leonard's Close or downloaded on the following link: Creative Kids Entry Form.
Entries must be received by 12 noon on 2nd October 2015.
For further information please call 01746 762231 or email [email protected]
Posted Tuesday August 4th, 2015, 11:24 am
It is with regret that we are informing you that the Amulet Antique Market scheduled for next Wednesday 12th August has been cancelled. Following the Events Committee meeting where it was agreed that the High Street would not be shut for any future markets, (except Sundays and Bank Holidays), after representations from some businesses in the town, the market has decided it is not viable for them to come to Bridgnorth and be placed under the Town Hall and in some of the parking bays next week. Other opportunities will be considered for 2016 following the success of their market in May this year.
Posted Thursday July 16th, 2015, 10:42 am
Payment to park on Severn Park by both machine and by phone recommences on Friday 17th July 2015 following a length of free parking.
For further information please contact the Town Clerk on [email protected] or on 01746 762231.
Posted Wednesday July 15th, 2015, 4:42 pm
Application forms are now available for entry into the Bridgnorth in Bloom Community Pride Awards.
This competition is run by Bridgnorth Town Council with support from local sponsors, groups and organisations.
The competition contributes to Bridgnorth’s entry in Britain In Bloom and has contributed greatly to the success of Bridgnorth’s entry.
The Town Council encourages all residents, businesses and schools to take part and be proud of their local environment. Drought tolerant and environmentally friendly displays are encouraged to enter.
Prizes will be presented at the Presentation Day on Thursday 3rd September at 5pm.
Please click on the following link to download an application form or alternatively, hard copies can be collected from the Town Council offices or posted to you upon request via [email protected]