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Needwood Forest Connect bus service will run directly in to Burton between the hours of 10am and 2:30pm. Passengers can alight and board at Market Place in Burton, outside the Shop mobility store.
Mobile library visits Anslow village hall 2-2.30pm Wednesday 23rd November 14th December, 2017 4th , 25th January, 15th February, 8th ,29th March
Fly tipping /rubbish in gardens complaints - 01283 508576
To arrange bulky waste collection - 01283 508000
Neighbourhood Warden - Lee Evans
Local police officers: dial their airwave numbers then 0300 123 2345 and listen to instructions
Sergeant Chris Beckett, airwave number 03688
Sergeant Jason Nadin, airwave number 04445
Sergeant Tyrone Kett, airwave number 04217
PC Adam Wood, airwave number 03708
PCSO Lesley Hardware, airwave number 16848,
PCSO Julia Wells, airwave number 16814
Police non emergency number: 101(state your name and location to contact your local PC)
Erection of 3 buildings, 2 feed bins, water tank and associated works in connection with approved poultry unit, Anslow Park Farm, Main road, Anslow De13 9QE, Ref no P/2017/00173
Erection of two detached office buildings, installation of sewage treatment plant and alterations to vehicular access, Council yard, Newborough road, DE13 8PD. Quote ref P/2017/00178, closing date for comments 19th March. Please enter the relevant reference number into the short cut below -
Police drop in sessions Anslow Church Monday 13th March 3-3.30pm, Church of St Marys Rolleston on Dove Thursday 23rd March 10.30 -11am, and St Marys Church Tutbury on Saturday 25th March 11-11.30am
Off mains gas? Did you know that you can get a smart meter to monitor your electricity? Check it out
New phone number for reporting power cuts When the power goes out, it can leave people feeling unsure about what to do, with many wrongly thinking they should call the electricity supplier they pay their bill to. In order to solve this problem, a new phone number is being launched by electricity networks. From 6th September 2016, dialling 105 will connect callers to their local electricity network operator. 105 is available to electricity customers in England, Scotland and Wales. The number can be accessed from most landlines and mobile phones. It doesn’t matter who you choose to buy electricity from - anyone can call 105.
The public can also call 105 if they spot damage to electricity power lines and substations that could put them, or someone else, in danger. If there’s a serious immediate risk, the emergency services should be called too.
Missing cat - 4 yr old grey cat Smokey, missing from Needwiid since Saturday 6th August. Reward for finding her - call Katy on 07904 582770
Highway defect reporting - the Staffordshire County Council Hightways call centre is no longer accepting e-mails as a way of reporting defects. Please ring 0300 111 8000 or use the ‘Report it’ page, where photos can be attached, or the ‘Mystaffs’app page with separate links to download the app through Google Play store of iTunes. Once reported this goes straight to the system ready to be directed to the correct team without going through the call centre.
Farmers market every 2nd Thursday at Burton Market Hall
National plant monitoring scheme - volunteers/groups of volunteers needed
Staffordshire County Council transport service To book your journey call 01283 512705 or 01283 544320 or e-mail (allow 48 hours notice for e-mail bookings)