Month: April 2019

Peplow Community Walk – May 2019

Boy & Girl WalkingSunday 12th May – Attingham Park

Meet in the car park at 1:45pm for a 2:00pm start.
Meeting point – adjacent to the ticket office.

Please remember to bring your National Trust membership cards.
Prices for non-members are listed here.

Circular walk, exact route to be decided on the day.

Children welcome, as also are dogs on leads.

In case of bad weather on the day please check this post, or call Randall on 01952 540970 after 11:00am on the day.

A Summer of Disruption in Marchamley

This week Severn Trent Water has written to residents in Marchamley setting out details of work to replace water mains in the area. The letter states that the work will start in the week commencing 20 May and will be completed by the end of September.

In order to help residents to be as fully informed as possible STW is hosting a drop-in session at the Marchamley Club on Wednesday 24 April between 4.00 and 7.00pm.

The company has provided the following map and description of the work:

Marchamley Water Mains Map 2019

More information about the work are available from the following either:

  • Catherine Webb, Tel. 07971-304604
  • STW’s Planned Improvements page [Updated 17 Apr. Link now to project page]

To report problems with water or sewerage services call STW on 0800-783-4444

We intend to add updates to the Hodnet website as the work progresses.

Peplow Community Walk – April 2019

Boy & Girl WalkingSunday 14th April – Peplow to Petsey and back.

Meet at 12:45pm for 1:00pm start – returning about 3:15pm.
Please note this is an hour earlier than originally advertised.

Linear walk

Meet by Peplow Chapel

Suitable footwear essential

Children welcome, as also are dogs on leads (high probability of encountering livestock on the route).

In case of bad weather on the day please check this post, or call Randall on 01952 540970 after 10:00am on the day.

Hodnet & District Garden Club April 2019

Hodnet & District Garden ClubHodnet Garden Club look forward to welcoming Ingrid Millington of the Cottage Garden Society to speak about Primulas and Auriculas on Tues 16th April. 7.00pm for 7.30 at the Lyon Hall, Hodnet.

New members and visitors are always welcome – no prior knowledge or gardening expertise required!

Why not take the opportunity of joining us to hear from a member of the Hillview Hardy Plants family team, who grow a range of quality cottage garden perennials on site at Worfield, nr Bridgnorth?

Light refreshments will be served after the talk, and plants will be available for sale.

Annual membership of the Garden Club is £15, with guest fee for one-off meetings only £2. The full programme for 2019 may be viewed on the Club’s website.