Hadnall Village website
A Shropshire village mentioned
in the Doomsday Book 1089

About Hadnall
Local pictures (- external site)
Church Field  last update 29/6/14

Village Hall
Church's website external site
Parish Council
Parish Plan
Hadnall & Astley News
Primary School external site


Friday Painters external site
Hadnall Parents & Toddlers
Hadnall Playgroup
Hadnall Women's Club
Hadnall Bowling Club (external site)
Hadnall & District History Group
Walking for Health
Church & Church Fundraisers
Hadnall WI
Web links page
Hadnall Trainspotters - update(17-2-14)

Contact points:-
Parish Council
History Group
Village Magazine
Village Hall
Hadnall WI

Next magazine deadline:-
September 20th 2014

Last Updated
22 July 2014

The September 2012 Floods.
Click here for photos of the flood.

GOOD NEWS - It is hoped that there will be a scheme to prevent any more flooding of the culvert starting in the summer of 2014!  Preparations for the project continue - recent roadworks were part of this process!

Do you feel threatened by the potential risk of having your house flooded?  Would you like a FREE assesment of risk from Shropshire Council?  If so click here for details.

Since 21:40.
 1 December 2013

Next meeting: Monday 8th September 2014, 7.30pm in the Village Hall. Members of the village are always welcome. 

Notice to residents of Willow Court:  Street Lights
The street lights are maintained by Hadnall Parish Council and are therefore not liable to be switched off as an economy measure.

Hadnall & Astley News:  The August issue has gone to press and should be available for distribution by 1st August.

Hadnall Parish Council is looking to recruit a person to assist in its functions and to carry out the administration and financial management needed to run our small Parish Council.   Good IT and administrative skills and the ability to take minutes of meetings are essential.   Some local government experience would be beneficial.

The rate of pay to be offered will be in accordance with NALC rates for part-time employees working from home.  It is envisaged the work will take an average of 16 hours per month and some regular evening work will be involved.

Further details from and applications in writing or by e-mail to the current Clerk:

Mrs Rosemarie Duxbury
15 Old Farm Road

e-mail:  nduxbury2012@btinternet.com

Closing date for receipt of applications is 31 July 2014

STALL Collected Expenses Floats Net
BBQ 140.25 63.05 30.00 47.20
Beer  127.00 0.00 30.00 97.00
Books 102.00 0.00 30.00 72.00
Bottle Stall 222.53 0.00 30.00 192.53
Bouncy Castle 80.00 50.00 30.00 0.00
Cake Stall 191.11 0.00 30.00 161.11
Cartridge Game  15.00 0.00 0.00 15.00
Draw 464.00 110.00 0.00 354.00
Ice Cream  89.00 0.00 30.00 59.00
Plant Stall 55.15 0.00 30.00 25.15
Refreshments 154.23 0.00 30.00 124.23
Tombola 149.00 0.00 30.00 119.00
Toys 87.00 0.00 30.00 57.00
White Elephant 121.83 0.00 30.00 91.83
Weight of the Cake 7.00 0.00 0.00 7.00
  2,005.10 223.05 360.00 1,422.05
Mr and Mrs Jones       15.00
Wednesday Club       30.00
     Net Income   1,467.05
Other Expenses        
Compere / Entertainment       230.00
    Net Expenditure   251.00

PROFIT   1,216.05

The Management Committee of the Village Hall would like to thank all those people from the Village and 
surrounding areas for their marvellous support, donations and help in putting on such a well attended
and successful event.

Church Field

We have now planted 7 trees on the field.  From the road gate in a clockwise direction they are Liquidambar (a red leaved sweet gum), hornbeam, sycamore, field maple and three white-barked birches. The Jubilee Oak will eventually go between the hornbeam and the sycamore when it has grown enough to be planted in the field! The benches have been installed and ready for use!  Pop in and have a look!

The whole of the  central grass area has been sown.  Now we need some rain to germinate the seed!  The front area around the trees has also been rough seeded too - ready for village groups to take over if they wish.  The playgroup have taken over one corner to create a butterfly garden.  The whole area has now been cut and looks a lot better.  More seed will have to be sown to fill in some areas that have not taken.  This will happen shortly.

The new tree, which was planted on 16/6/14, is an ornamental cherry, which will form part of a tribute to those from Hadnall who served in the Great War 1914 -1918.  More details of this project are to follow.  This project is being undertaken by the village History Group over the next four years

Click here to see some pictures of the site as it develops  updated and now working! 29/6/14

Hadnall Events Diary
by Beth Prinz

Zumba Classes are held in the Village Hall every Wednesday 6.15 - 7.15 pm
Bowling Club Family Hour every Monday 6-7pm

29   Ramblers leave VHCPk @ 6 pm promptly
6.  Wed. Club talk 2.30
12.  Ramblers leave VHCPk promptly @ 6 pm
13.  Sew & Sew. Hall Drive. 1.30
18.  Alpacas @ Knockin 7.30  Women's Club
20.  Pub Lunch in Wem  12.30
21.  Coffee morn. @ Stag Cottage (if fine)
        VH (if wet) 10.30-12 noon
        Crafts eve @ Wood Cottage 7.30
26.  Ramblers leave VHCPk @ 6 pm
3.  Wed. Club talk @ 2.30
      Village Hall Committee meet 7.30
8    Hadnall Parish Council
9.  Ramblers leave VHCPk @ 6 pm
      W.I. "Native Owls". 7.30
10.  Sew & Sew. Hall Drive. 1.30
15.  Women's Club. DVD 8 pm
17.  Pub Lunch @ New Inn 12.30
18.  Coffee morn. @ Chapel Cottage 10.30 -
       12 noon.   
       Crafts eve @ Wood Cottage 7.30
25.  History Group 7.30
29.  Shrewsbury in digital pictures @
        Women's Club 8 pm         

Mobile library Times in Hadnall  - Mondays
Painsbrook: 9.20am - 9.30am   
Willow Court: 9.35am - 9.55am
Chapel Road: 10.00am - 10.30am
Astley Lane: 10.35am - 11.15am
On the following Mondays:-

28th July
11th August

Re-cycling Centre at Battlefield
Open every week day 8.30am - 5pm
Weekends and Bank Holidays 9.00am - 5.00pm
Except Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Year's Day