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Report Potholes, Street Signs, Flooding, Salt and Snow Clearance

Just a reminder to everyone that there is a quick and easy way for the general public to report issues online such as potholes, flooding, defective road signs and street lights  at 'Fix My Street' on Shropshire Council's website - here is a link;

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It will be logged online and tracked. 

If you consider a pothole is dangerours and requires immediate attention -  please report this on 0345 6789006

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Report Fly-tipping, Litter and Dog Mess On line 


Anyone can report Fly-tipping, Litter, Dog mess and other environmental concerns to Shropshire Council at 

In November 2019 the Parish Council received a letter from Charlotte, aged 12 who is concerned about the amount of litter in Bomere Heath and asked if the PC would look into having recycling bins in the village.  Charlotte's letter is attached below

The Parish Council wholeheartedly welcome young people being proactively involved in the community and we will be reviewing our options around installing recycling bins with our county councillor Lezley Picton whose portfolio includes Waste, Culture, Leisure and Communication.

Bomere Heath & District Parish Council Report It!