Cross Houses is a small village located 2.5 miles South East of Shropshires county town Shrewsbury. With a thriving Village Shop, Petrol Station, Post Office and Pub, a recently modernised Community Center, childrens play areas and a sports field with goal posts! Cross Houses is one of Shropshires desirable locations to live especially with such […]
Cross Houses has a wealth of facilities which makes it an enticing choice for home buyers who would like the benefit of village life but the convinience of a large town close by. Cross Houses has the following: Village Shop, Post Office, Garage, Pub, Community Center, Childrens Play Grounds, Sports Field, Allotments etc…
Cross Houses Village Essentials This section contains a host of local contact information for those who live in and around the village of Cross Houses. Information does change from time to time, please let us know if any information has become out of date. Village Pump – Newsletter All properties locally get a free copy […]
Cross Houses is very fortunate to have a lovely pub The Bell that offers a wide selection of meals, including an amazing value Sunday lunches. Be sure to check out the menu on their website www.thebellshrewsbury.co.uk Further details about The Bell Inn Should you wish can always order a takeaway to be delivered, below are […]
Accommodation is available at several properties in and around Cross Houses. Brompton Farmhouse Bed and Breakfast, Brompton, Near Cross Houses, Shrewsbury, Shropshire SY5 6LE Telephone: 01743 761 Email: email@example.com Website: www.bromptonfarmhouse.co.uk Bell Inn Bed and Breakfast OLD WENLOCK ROAD CROSS HOUSES SHREWSBURY SHROPSHIRE SY56JJ Telephone: 01743 761264 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.thebellshrewsbury.co.uk
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Message from James Healey in relation to the proposed funding of the Cycle Path
I believe that funds obtained from anything other than the Key Community Payment – see calculations below – are allocated to projects by Shropshire Council and not the Parish Council. All items on the Place Plan that come under Critical Strategic or Priority – Local Strategic
will not have input from the Parish Council. Shropshire Council will decide what this money is spent on – so all, some or none of the items on this list may be realised. The Parish Council has control over how the Key Community Payment is spent and the amounts of money
Just posting the presentation that was given to the January meeting of the Parish Council by James Healey who is hoping to get the Council involved in helping him get a cycle path built along the old railway line from Cross Houses to Weeping Cross. Once at Weeping Cross the path would join up with the existing cycle path that would take cyclists all the way into town. If you would like to get involved – or just follow what is happening at the moment you can check out Cross Houses Cycle Path Facebook page or contact James on 07802 444592 or email him at email@example.com
If you would like to further information and support this project please complete the form below the map.
Proposed Cycle Path – Shrewsbury to Cross Houses
Proposed Cycle Path – Shrewsbury to Cross Houses Form
New plans have been submitted for the new roundabout in Cross Houses, this new roundabout will replace the current mini roundabout in the village allowing for the additional access required for the Flecture Homes Ltd development.
The roundabout will consist of kerbed central island forcing traffic to slow and go around it opposed to the current painted solution which has vehicles regular traveling directly over it.
With the addition of this new roundabout will see the access from the main road to Holdcroft way blocked and a new access provided through the new Flecture homes development making the current development on Holdcroft Way more private removing through traffic.