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    synonymous with the village of Weston on Trent, many people from the surrounding area are familiar with the Coopers Arms and it's fabulous setting

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    St. Mary's Church, dating from the 12th century, enjoys a picturesque location on the outskirts of the village on a small rise overlooking the Trent Valley.

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    Book a Room in our Village Hall

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Latest News

Rubbish freighter

Tue, 22 Aug 2017 21:01 by Weston Parish Council

Please see the South Derbyshire DC site for more details as there are limitations on what you can take:

RUBBISH FREIGHTER
SATURDAY 7TH OCTOBER
7.30 -11.30AM

VILLAGE HALL CAR PARK

Gladman Land update

Tue, 15 Aug 2017 07:40 by Weston Parish Council

Sadly we've received news that Gladman Land have raised an appeal with the Secretary of State regarding their application to build 150 houses on land between Aston and Weston that falls within both Parishes.

SAVE will be working with SDDC on behalf of both Aston and Weston to fight this appeal.

We'll bring you more news when we have it

Charging changes at recycling centres

Thu, 02 Mar 2017 09:06 by Weston Parish Council

New charges at Household Waste Recycling Centres
Charges for people taking building and demolition waste to Derbyshire County Council's household waste recycling centres will start on Monday 3 April 2017. Government cuts mean our budget will be a third lower in 2018 than in 2010 and we need to find new ways of helping to pay Derbyshire's £37.2m waste bill each year.
The types of waste that will incur the new charges are concrete, mortar, rubble, hardcore and ceramics. The charge will be £3 per standard rubble sack and payment will be by card machine only to reduce security risks.
Full details of what items will be chargeable can be found on the attached leaflet or at www.derbyshire.gov.uk/wastecharges