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Earlswood Lakes Update

Update from Ian Lane – Acting Regional Director – West Midlands Canal and River Trust

21 June

Emergency Dam Repairs

The general investigation will commence w/c 25/6/18 to investigate the mechanisms of the slip – this is being managed through the Canal and River Trust geotechnical team & Arcadis. They’ve given an estimate of […]

Valley Road now open

The debris has been cleared from Valley Road, so it is now open

Valley Road closed due to dam landslips

Valley Road is closed between the junction with Wood Lane/Lady Lane and the industrial estate. The latter can be accessed from the Earlswood crossroads. Cars coming across the dam road can only turn right towards Earlswood. This is due to damage to the dam headwall following the adverse weather conditions last night, the debris […]

Canal and River Trust removes catfish from Earlswood Lakes

Click on the link below to read the press release from the CRT

Press Release Nov 2017 CAT FISH

Form for reporting incidents of anti social behaviour

Incident diaries have been distributed relevant local residents to help us establish the level of anti social behaviour we experience in our locality. A copy of the form and explanatory letter are available via the the links below. Please feel free to download and complete.

Dear Resident Incident Diaries 2017

Incident Diary for Collection 2017

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Undesirable ActivityCommunity

Undesirable Activity in our Area

Dear residents, this is to update you on our current situation regarding undesirable activity in Malthouse Lane, the car park servicing the park, the Causeway and Valley Road.

We are supporting our residents fully and have been highlighting these issues for the last three months.

As is usual in the […]

News from ELF

Firstly, thank you to everyone who attended the Skittles Evening in September, which was organized as part of the village WW1 commemorations. ELF are pleased to announce that a donation of £200 was made to Troop Aid, a local charity. They supply troops, who return to the UK injured and without their personal effects or […]

Wildlife Partnership

The exceptionally cold March seems to have put spring on hold but at least the early days of April have given us more sunshine (albeit with a biting wind!).

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