Your Photos can normally be seen here....
Welcome to Ketley Parish Council
This site is designed to help you find out about things in Ketley Parish. You will find the main sections in the main menu. If you left click on these menu items or other links then you will be taken to that page with more information (other links normally in blue or underlined when you move the mouse cursor over them e.g. here).
Opening of the Flower Garden at the Garden of Rest
Added on 24/05/2011
Official Opening of the Flower Garden at the Garden of Rest, Red Lake, Ketley, Saturday 28th May at 10 am. Ketley Parish Council has created a Flower Garden within the Garden of Rest. This area is specifically designed to be a memorial garden for reflection and contemplation. This will be the part of the Garden of Rest set aside for the scattering of ashes, placing of flowers and commemorative plaques. It will be officially opened on Saturday 28th May at 10 am. It will now be open for the scattering of Ashes and the placing of memorial plaques by all residents of Ketley parish. The area will also be available for the scattering of ashes to anyone with links to Ketley who wishes to remember their loved ones in this lovely spot. This initiative is part of the Parish Council’s plans to ensure the future viability and sustainability of the Garden of Rest after all the grave spaces are full. Contact the Parish Clerk for more information
Ketley Parish Plan
Added on 5/04/2011
A group of local residents and Parish Councillors have produced a plan for the years 2010 - 2014. It can be seen on the website under 'The Council' - 'Minutes of other meetings' at the moment. It is possible to obtain a hard copy by calling in at the Community Centre on Holyhead Road. Please let your councillors have any feedback on the plans.
Ketley Parish Council Audit
Added on 21/10/2009
The accounts of the Parish Council are audited by an external auditor each year. This years audit is now complete. To view the audit returns please visit the Council page of this website.
Added on 31/01/2008
Volunteer Day – February 2nd Clearance of overhanging vegetation, coppicing of some trees, pruning of bushes and trees and clearance of trees on the top of the mound. Followed on the Monday by Telford & Wrekin chipping our cleared debris, coppicing some of the larger trees and work to the wooded mound overlooking the Holyhead Road.
As all the work done on this site is produced voluntarily please be patient if there are spelling mistakes, errors in grammar or content. If so then please let us know and we will make the necessary alterations.