Clun Town Council with Chapel Lawn


                                                                                       His Royal Highness The Duke of Edinburgh, Prince Phillip

                                                                                          Message from the Mayor, Councillor Brian Angell

I am deeply saddened to learn of the passing of His Royal Highness The Duke of Edinburgh, Prince Phillip on 9 April 2021 at age 99.  I know that my sadness will be shared by my fellow Councillors, Officer, and residents of Clun with Chaple Lawn.

His Royal Highness The Duke of Edinburgh was our longest-reigning consort and gave a lifetime of service to the people of the United Kingdom.  Our thoughts are with Her Majesty The Queen and members of The Royal Family at this time.

For further information please visit the Royal website at

Information on offering condolences will follow in due course.

















































Below is the link to view the last Zoom meeting 2nd February 2021!AjuSUvUCr5AfkD1Bq-EZ-1IeClCy


TUESDAY 2nd March Zoom meeting book on is below


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We shall be holding our official Council Meeting since the COVID-19 crisis, using an online video service, ZOOM.

You are able to watch in and ask questions as part of the Public section.




Clun Town Council with Chapel Lawn are not in a position to meet in the normal way during the current COVID-19 emergency.  However we are able to communicate as a Council using video conferencing facilities but currently cannot make any formal decisions this way.  We are awaiting guidance on whether the Government will relax the rules and so enable that to happen.  

Neverthelessless we are continuing to work on behalf of all residents of our Parish.  We have been in close liaison with the Good Neighbours initiative Tel 01588 640016.  Do make sure you contact them if you need support in any way.  The Council and Good Neighbours are also in close contact with the national support initiative for residents who may be shielding, which is being managed in this area by Shropshire Council.  We are also in regular contact with Nigel Hartin to ensure we are fully briefed. Additionally we will continue to meet, using video technology, with Shropshire Council on progressing the traffic plan, and have had our first successful such meeting.

We would especially like to thank all residents and Businesses in the Parish who are working hard to ensure they comply with the directions we all have had from the Government.  We need to recognise that in our locality we have a higher than average proportion of the population who are in the vulnerable or extremely vulnerable groups.  So the need to ensure that the virus doesn’t arrive here or if it sadly does  arrive, it is even more important that we avoid  it spreading. 

The council will be considering if there are other ways we can support the Parish, and looking forward at how we can all work together to ensure the economy of the area gets back on its feet as soon as possible afterwards.  In the mean time look out for one another, support the businesses that are allowed to trade in any way in the Town  as much as you can.  Buying locally also reduces any unnecessary journeys.  

Do let us know if the current emergency is creating any particular concern to you and if we can we will help or guide you on who to contact.  

In the mean time we do hope you stay safe and well and remember:

You can only leave your home:

• To shop for basic essentials, and only when you really need to

• To do one form of exercise a day – such as a run, walk or cycle, alone or with other people you live with

• For any medical need – for example, to visit a pharmacy or deliver essential supplies to a vulnerable person

• To travel to and from work – but only where this is absolutely necessary

As a community, we are all anxious about the impact of the COVID-19 virus, and how it may affect us all.

Everyone's priority must firstly be protecting one another from spreading it.

Support is available through the Good Neighbours Scheme. Some information is attachd below.

Call Clun Good Neighbour Scheme on 01588 640016, Chrissie Verduyn 07976 733164, Mary Eminson 640921 Jane Kent 640642 or Joan Kerry 640401

Clerk's Email:     
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