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  • Have you bought one of our fabulous t-shirts yet? You can dress in style and donate to a good cause at the same time. T-shirts are available at The Farmers Den, in all sizes, for only £6 or you can contact cookleycaunsall2018@gmail.com to purchase.    

  • The Cookley & Caunsall Neighbourhood Draft Plan Consultation takes place from 1st July to 9th August. All responses need to be back before 5pm on 9th August 2019. Read the Cookley & Caunsall Neighbourhood DRAFT Plan here… Supporting Document – Policies Map In addition to...

  • Here’s the contact information for local residents who want to get involved in the QWP (Quarry Working Party)   email : info.qwp.2019@gmail.com website : www.noquarry.co.uk   Post picture credit : Bill Scriven

  • Here’s a list of useful contacts and dates for your diary…

  • The first draft Neighbourhood plan is being written and will be available to be seen by everyone from the end of June. The 6 week consultation period will be launched on 30th June 2019. The group will be in meeting room 1 at the Village...

  • Please take a few minutes to check out the new Wyre Forest Community Land Trust website… CLICK HERE TO VIEW

  • We are welcoming all members of the community to join us on Sunday 27th January at Cookley Village Hall, between 11am-4pm, to find out all about the Neighbourhood Plan which is being put together to support the whole community development of Cookley & Caunsall. Please...

  • Here’s the Wyre Forest CLT update of activities: Priority report of resident’s feedback re Lea Castle sent to Homes England, gathered from scoping day, survey, verbal and at meetings Survey data compiled and sent to Homes England re Lea Castle Met with Fran Oborski to...

  • Do you care about what goes on within the Cookley & Caunsall Neighbourhood Plan Area? On the Sunday 27th January, between 11am-4pm, we are inviting members of the community to drop in to the village hall to see what you can do to make a difference....

  • The CCAG Quarry Working Party has been looking into the quarry proposal and recently met with councillors in November 2018 to clarify where things stood. As of that meeting, we were informed that no planning application had been submitted at that time. You may find the attached documents...

  • Following our CLT scoping day, here’s the feedback from residents about what they would like to see on the Lea Castle development: Lea Castle – the community’s needs and views to be at the forefront of development and not profit. Affordable homes retirement village starter...

  • Housing requirements for Wolverley and Cookley over the next 5-10 years   159 homes needed over 10 years 111 looking to move in the next 5 years 79 homes needed in the Parish within next 5 years Highest need being 2 bed Bungalows followed by...

  • Following a meeting between Katrina, Yolande and 2 representatives from the local and regional Post Office and a review of the gap in the finances needed by CCAG to buy the business, the decision was reached that the Group cannot proceed. The main reason for...

  • Here’s photos of today’s visit to Redditch Co-operative Housing. These timbered framed homes lower running costs to traditional builds by 40%.