Star council award 2022
Civility and Respect Pledge Council
Local Council Award Scheme
You are here: Home News

News

malt mill crop

Latest News

New councillor! Welcome to Cllr Douglas Gordon who was co-opted on to the Town Council for Alcester East Ward at Full Council on Tuesday 5 March 2024!

 

Restore TV to provide free support in Alcester if TV interference occurs- Mobile networks are being improved in Alcester boosting the speed, performance and coverage of mobile services in the area.

There is a small chance that these upgrades may cause interference to TV services received through an aerial such as Freeview, BT, TalkTalk and YouView. Signs include intermittent sound, blocky images or loss of TV signal.

If viewers do experience interference caused by mobile network upgrades, free support is available from Restore TV.

Restore TV is an independent programme run by Digital Mobile Spectrum Limited that resolves TV interference caused by the upgrade of mobile signals by providing help and support to viewers that receive TV through an aerial.

Did you know?

Waitrose has launched soft plastic recycling at 295 Waitrose stores, including Alcester. Film and flexible packaging accounts for about 25% of all consumer packaging but is not collected at the kerbside. As long as it’s clean and dry you can now recycle instore soft plastics such as cling film, bubble wrap, plastic bag, baby and pet food pouches.

 

Warwickshire Fire & Rescue offer free Safe and Well visits to help those most vulnerable in Warwickshire receive some additional safety support. The visits are carried out by firefighters and community fire safety officers and have helped protect thousands of residents across Warwickshire from the risk of fire in their home. Vulnerable residents in Alcester are able to apply for a free Safe and Well visit on the County Council website. For essential advice and information on fire safety in the home, visit www.warwickshire.gov.uk/fire-safety-home

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Archived news

Council and Community Blog posts outlining historical activities and events in Alcester either organised or supported by Alcester Town Council.