Castle Bromwich Parish Council & Arden Hall
Castle Bromwich Parish Council present a Remembrance Service under Covid-19 restrictions.
We would like to thank the following people for their continued, valuable support to enable us to remember those of our country’s armed forces that have fallen in conflicts past and present:
The Reverend Mark Hopkins – St Mary & St Margaret’s church
Paul Bavin – Ace PA Hire
Diane Lacey and Chris Anthony for supplying the electricity for the PA system
Andrew Gillman – First Aider for St John
Glen Boden & Chris Beebee for producing the video
News and updates are posted at the bottom of this page.
If anyone needs help and support, please contact the parish council or have a look at the wealth of information in the news and updates sections.
During the Coronavirus pandemic, the Parish Council is not able to hold face-to-face community meetings. Instead a new law has been passed to allow councils to meet by remote, online methods. The usual meeting pattern was disrupted whilst councillors got to grips with the technology but we are now back on track to hold monthly council and committee meetings, albeit online. These will take place online until such time as we can meet again face-to-face. It is important that members of the public know they are invited to join the online meetings and can do so by contacting the parish council office to ask for the meeting password.
The schedule of meetings, agendas and minutes can be found via the ‘Your Parish Council’ ‘meetings’ tab.
As office staff may be working from home, the Council and Arden Hall offices are not always staffed. Please email or phone if you wish to make an appointment to see someone.
The Parish Council’s open spaces continue to be open for recreational purposes and we ask everyone using them to respect the new social etiquette:
- Visit parks for daily exercise.
- Observe social distancing, staying at least 2 metres apart from other people.
- Use all areas of the park that remain open, not just the paths, to maintain an appropriate distance from others.
- Keep your dog on a lead at all times to ensure you can safely keep 2 metres away from others.
- Avoid touching surfaces (such as gates or hand-rails) and your mouth and face.
DO NOT VISIT THE PARK IF YOU HAVE ANY SYMPTOMS OF CORONAVIRUS.
STAY ALERT, CONTROL THE VIRUS, SAVE LIVES
Castle Bromwich is a large village situated in the northern part of the Metropolitan Borough of Solihull in the English county of West Midlands. The parish has approximately 12000 residents of whom about 9000 are adults eligible to vote. It is well served by public transport, churches and schools catering for all age groups and its location provides easy access to major road routes.
On this site you should find lots of information about the Council, the Councillors and Council related work. The site also provides information on council run amenities such as Arden Hall including details of function room hire available to the public.
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