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Posted Monday October 3rd, 2016, 3:42 pm
The Audit for Bridgnorth Town Council has been concluded and the statement of accounts has been published. Residents have the right to inspect the Annual Return and can do so between 9am and 5pm (closed between 1pm and 2pm), Monday to Friday at the following address:
College House, St. Leonard's Close, Bridgnorth, Shropshire, WV16 4EJ
A copy of the Accounting Statement and External Auditor Certificate and Report can be found below:
Posted Wednesday August 31st, 2016, 2:22 pm
The Mayor has a busy line-up of charity events and would like to invite residents, organisations and local businesses to join her to raise funds for her chosen charities; The Brain Tumour Charity and Fund for Youth and Disabled Adults in Bridgnorth.
The Mayor's next two events can be found below;
Tickets are available from Bridgnorth Town Council offices and can be reserved on 01746 762231 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted Friday August 5th, 2016, 11:02 am
Bridgnorth Town Council is inviting 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 2016 and/or a three year contract.
The closing date for tenders is 1st post Thursday 25th August 2016.
(No email 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
Posted Thursday July 21st, 2016, 4:36 pm
Bridgnorth Town Council are once again running the Design a Light Competition in which the winning entry will be made by Blachere Illuminations and feature as part of the Christmas lighting display throughout the town.
Application forms can be downloaded here: Design a Light Competition Entry Form 2016
The closing date for entries is Friday 16th September 2016 and entries can be sent to Bridgnorth Town Council, College House, College House, St. Leonard's Close, Bridgnorth, WV16 4EJ. They will be judged by the Mayor before the chosen design is sent to Blachere Illuminations for creation.
The winner will also be invited to turn on the Christmas lights in the High Street on Friday 18th November alongside the Mayor.
Further information can be found here: Creative Kids - Information sheet
Posted Friday July 15th, 2016, 11:00 am
Mrs Jean Onions has been elected as the new Morfe Ward Councillor for Bridgnorth Town Council following the elections held yesterday.
Posted Tuesday July 12th, 2016, 5:06 pm
Councillor Ms Vanessa Voysey, Town Mayor said “ In Bloom is a really community effort and it is good to see the town working together to provide a lovely place to live and work as well as welcoming for the many tourists. The bridge and quayside are a picture and with the hundreds of hanging baskets and plants, both perennial and seasonal, in full bloom we are proud to be part of a national campaign to enhance our local environment. Of course this is not all about flowers as can be evidenced by the events and community involvement in the town, where council staff and volunteers working alongside each other. We are mindful of the green agenda and recycling too. Thank you to everyone who works so hard. We really do have a town to be proud of”.
We look forward to welcoming the Heart of England in Bloom judges Mark Wiltshire and Roger Bache to Bridgnorth on Wednesday 13th July 2016 when they will be shown around the town and meet many of the people who help make the town the great place it is. They will also judge the garden and flowers at the Old Castle, West Castle Street who has entered best licensed premises competition and the children of the eco gardening Club at St. Leonards school who have entered the best school garden section.
Thursday 14th July 2016 welcomes the judges for the pocket park (Castle Grounds) and cemetery individual categories.
Posted Tuesday July 12th, 2016, 4:34 pm
Bridgnorth Town Council are proud to run the Charter Market under the Town Hall on both a Friday and Saturday.
This unique market not only offers a wide range of produce and goods, much of it local, but is friendly, traditional and warm atmosphere in which to do your shopping. Near to parking, other amenities and eateries the market is in the town centre and is an integral part of the town for both residents and visitors alike.
Just a few examples of what is on offer includes fresh flowers sourced on the day of the markets, local fruits and veg, China and glass, handcarved local wood animals, a full range of animal products, sweets, fresh meat from a butcher, jewellery and handbags to name a few of the good available. The few empty stalls will be filled shortly and will enable the offer each day,
The Saturday market is complemented by the street market in the High Street and twice weekly on a Sunday's sees a handmade craft under the Town Hall. In the next few months the Sunday Market is due to be held on 17th July, Aug 14th & Aug 28th. Other markets visit the town and events take place on a regular basis - visit www.bridgnorthtownevents.org for information.
Posted Monday July 11th, 2016, 4:26 pm
Residents of Morfe Ward will be able to vote for the election of a new Town Councillor on Thursday 14th July in St. James Hall, Lodge Lane, Bridgnorth or Quatford Village Hall, Chapel Lane, Quatford. The Candidates can be found below.
Posted Monday July 11th, 2016, 4:15 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 Heart of England In Bloom and has contributed greatly to the success of Bridgnorth’s entry in the past.
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.
The closing date for entries is 8th August. Prizes will be presented at the Presentation Day on Thursday 8th September at 5pm in the Town Hall.
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@example.com
Posted Thursday June 23rd, 2016, 6:01 pm
Call for Expression of Interest (EOI)
for Extension and Refurbishment of the Annexe Building adjacent to Bridgnorth Town Council offices converting into the New Mayors Chamber and associated works including refurbishment of the existing chamber into office space
Subject : Construction works
Introduction : Bridgnorth Town Council (BTC) are seeking to extend and refurbish the existing annexe building and create the New Mayors Chamber. The works will include new toilet facilities and refurbishment of the existing chamber room converting into office space. All works will be with or adjacent to a Grade II listed building and within the conservation area.
Requirements : Please provide the following information
- Company Profile
- Examples / Case Studies of similar works (Grade II listed building work) and office conversion within an existing building
- Qualifications and Accreditations
- Copy of Insurance
EOI process: Any company wishing to participate in the pre qualification procedure should forward the above information, which must be completed and returned electronically Not later than 12:00, 20th July 2016 to:
Or as a hard copy to:
Outdoors and Properties Manager
Bridgnorth Town Council
St. Leonards Close
Late submissions will not be considered.
For further information contact: Barry Ince on Tel: 01746762231 or Mob: 07720090928
The purpose of this call for EOI is to identify suppliers who can potentially fulfil the requirements; it does not constitute an invitation to tender. Only suppliers deemed qualified by BTC will receive the invitation to tender.
BTC is the sole judge as to the pre-selection of the companies. The pre qualification will take into account your company profile as well as its range of experience and services.