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WELLINGTON TOWN COUNCIL WELLINGTON’S 16TH LITERARY FESTIVAL


Wellington will again this year be holding its 16th Literary Festival. Work is already well under way to produce an even bigger and better festival for the local community. Promising big guest appearances and an additional summer pre launch, it sure will be a date for your diary! Keep watching this space for more details.


WELLINGTON WEB PORTAL LAUNCH


The official launch for the Wellington web portal was held on Tuesday 14th February 2012. Anyone who has an interest in Wellington’s economy and in promoting Wellington should contact chris.fry@telford.gov.uk to get involved. The town and the surrounding areas have a lot to offer visitors but there is a lot of competition for tourists, with many towns using the internet as a way of promoting themselves. This new site will make it easy for potential visitors to find out more about Wellington. The Portal will link B&B’s, Restaurants, Hotels, Pubs, and tourist attractions within the area. With the recent massive public investment and new businesses opening up in the town, now is the time to increase the Tourism trade.


POLICE CAR


The Police in Wellington are celebrating after Councillors agreed to continue to fund their police car for another three years. Wellington Town Council have paid for the car for the last three years. The red Vauxhall Corsa will see daily service and will also be used by officers at public events and police operations. The photograph shows Inspector Richard Langton with Councillor Lesley Street, Mayor of Wellington with the officers’ new community car outside Wellington Police Station.


Arleston Ward:- College Ward:- Dothill Ward:- Ercall Ward:-


Haygate Ward:- Park Ward:-


Shawbirch Ward:-


Mayor of Wellington :- Officers:- Town Clerk Town Manager


Cllr Angela McClements Cllr David Chaplin Cllr Chris Lewis Cllr Roger Aveley Cllr Frank Burns Cllr Chris Brittain


Cllr Stephen DeLauney Cllr Lesley Street Howard Perkins Chris Fry


Cllr Joan Gorse Cllr Pat McCarthy Cllr Lesley Street Cllr Miles Hosken Cllr Graham Cook Cllr Adrian Forster Cllr Pat Fairclough


Wellington Town Council has wel- comed a new Deputy Town Clerk, Andrew Roberts who commenced duties on the 22nd February 2012 .Andrew, who has lived at Wood- side, Telford for the last 20 plus years, is married with two grown up sons. He was previously employed by Telford & Wrekin Council in the Democratic Services Section, having responsibility for Committee Admin- istration and providing support for the Elections and assisting with the Borough Council’s Civic Events. Andrew is looking forward to


the challenge of working within Wellington and serving the local community, particularly in the new challenges that lie ahead.


MAYOR’S ANNUAL CIVIC DINNER AND DANCE


The 31st March 2012 will see the


Mayor, Cllr Lesley Street, hold her Civic Dinner and Dance. This year it will be held at TCAT giving the local students a chance to get involved with a high profile event. Students will be given projects to assist throughout the co-ordination of the evening right up to silver service waiting on during the evening. Any local businesses wishing to donate prizes for the evening, or to donate money for their chosen charity on the night, should contact Caroline on the below number.


WELLINGTON TOWN COUNCIL Cllr Ralph Perkins


Cllr Graham Riley


Cllr Karen Tomlinson Cllr Dorothy Roberts Cllr Robert Sloan


Cllr Phil Morris- Jones Cllr Barry Tillotson


Deputy Clerk: Andrew Roberts Assistants to the Town Clerk


Caroline Mulvihill Street Wardens:- Mick Talbot, Dave Aston, Glenn Galibardy


Wellington Town Council. Civic Offices, Larkin Way, Wellington TF1 1LX Tel: 01952 567697


Email: wellingtontowncouncil@telford.gov.uk Website: www.wellington-shropshire.gov.uk


WELCOME TO ANDREWROBERTS!


NEWS AND VIEWS — MARCH 2012


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