Useful info / links




Local Policing in Selattyn and Gobowen

Selattyn and Gobowen local policing pages contain information about our neighbourhood policing team,

PACT stands for Partners and Communities Together. It gives you the chance to tell your local policing team, local authority and other partner agencies about the issues that are causing concern within your neighbourhood and which ones you want dealt with as a priority

Oswald’s Trail

Shropshire Community Directory

The Shropshire Community Directory is an online database containing up-to-date information on a vast range of community groups, clubs, societies and organisations, which are based in, or serve, the local communities around Shropshire and its borders. 

The Community Directory is managed by Shropshire Library Service on behalf of Shropshire Council, and currently hosts approximately 3,400 entries, which are reviewed on an annual basis to check that the information contained within each record is accurate and up-to-date.

Shropshire Council

Shropshire Council

The six Shropshire Councils are merging to form a single Shropshire Council delivering services for the whole county. For more information follow the link to the new Shropshire Council website.

Useful contacts list provided by Shropshire Council

Shropshire Council website

Hedge Cutting

DEFRA has now extended the ban  on hedge cutting from 1st March until the 31st August to protect nesting birds.

For the safety of road users, permission can be obtained from Natural England to trim roadside hedges and at road junctions within the prohibited period.

Some arable crops are sown during august and hedges can be cut prior to drilling the next crop  but a request has to be made to The Rural Payments Agency and Natural England.

Hedge laying can be continued until March 31st as this is not cutting.

The regulations do not apply to hedges that are not under the control of the farmer.

The full regulations can be downloaded from The Rural Payments Website,

Shropshire Drug and Alcohol Team

Recover! Shropshire DAAT Newsletter May 2018