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Thanks to our fantastic supporters in the form of the General Public, our Consortium, the local Press, the Town Council, the Hub and lots more, we have a high profile and our attempts to help Coleshill to thrive and become a vibrant place to shop, eat, stay and conduct business are successful.
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To read the latest news, visit the News and Events Page where you will find our latest press releases and events. To add your event please use the form provided on our calendar page. To see archive news click here or to learn the history of Love Coleshill - short but sweet! Click here
If you want to help us to promote local loyalty, the easiest way is to use your Love Coleshill Loyalty card. There are some fantastic offers from free batteries and cups of coffee to discounts and free samples. There are free consultations, money off childcare, discounts in pubs and off beauty treatments and even a free semi-precious stone when you spend over £20 in Jules Jems! Visit the Loyalty Card page for full details.
To obtain your loyalty card it's easy! Download a form today, complete and sign it then take it to Penny Johnson Flowers, Carters Electrical or Jenny Wren Gallery to collect your card, then you can benefit from over 25 special offers!
Full details of our Consortium are here. You can also find out how to join and download the forms on the Consortium page too. It is only £10 per month and the benefits are huge! It's free for charities.
If you attended a past event or want to see what we have been up to since we started our campaign then the Archives page is for you! Old press releases and images....
If you wish to contact us - use the form on the contact page or email: email@example.com or join our mailing list - and if you are a business - join our consortium! There are so many benefits the list take sup a whole page!
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Love Coleshill is proud of its aim to ‘promote local loyalty’ and three members – the Chestnut Tree Nursery, Coleshill Cricket Club and Coleshill Roofing are proof that the Love Coleshill aim is being met!
When Coleshill Cricket Club obtained funding from SITA Trust for improvement to the Memorial Park Centre, built in the 1960’s, they chose Coleshill Roofing to carry out the project on the roof. The Cricket club is a Community Amateur Sports club which promotes athletic and social pursuits. It runs three sides on Saturdays and the club also plays in Division 3 of the Lichfield and District Sunday League. The club runs a thriving junior section, currently with three teams and welcomes players of all ages and abilities. To find out more please email firstname.lastname@example.org or go to www.coleshill.play-cricket.com
Chestnut Tree Nursery were pleased that the funding was secured and are grateful to SITA because this has secured the long term future of the Memorial Park Centre for a variety of groups including their nursery. Chestnut Tree’s goal is to provide outstanding early years education that is affordable to everyone and they offer a completely flexible service to suit families and their changing needs. Recently awarded an ‘Excellent’ from Ofsted they offer sessions starting from as little as 2 hours care per week for children aged 2 – 4 years. For more details visit their website www.chestnuttreenursery.co or call 01675 462120.
Coleshill Roofing have built up an excellent reputation for high standards and quality of work and their aim is to ensure customer satisfaction. Jane Harris from Coleshill Roofing said: ‘When we started the project we were really pleased to be working on a local job. We all live in Coleshill and this project is a great showcase for our work. Our first priority was to make sure everybody was safe, especially given that there was a children’s nursery on the premises. It took about three weeks altogether for us to strip off the old roof, re-board and put a new high performance felt system on.’ Visit www.coleshillroofing.co.uk for details.
If you are a local business interested in joining the Love Coleshill Consortium why not take a closer look at the long list of benefits that the consortium members enjoy? Membership costs just £10 per month and with the benefits expanding to include reduced price membership of local organisations and bodies, free advertising on the Morrisons notice board and lots more. Marie Stephenson who is responsible for the Marketing budget said ‘I have been working to increase the benefits to members, especially those who are local business but do not have a high street presence. There is no reason why all of the companies in Coleshill should not be members. By promoting local loyalty - checking out local suppliers first we can all benefit. Visit www.lovecoleshill.co.uk and take a look at the consortium page for full details of membership and benefits or contact email@example.com
Penny Johnson, florist, Vice Chairperson and Co-founder of Love Coleshill is pictured during the Victorian Christmas Week 2013 (in the bonnet!)
Love Coleshill Christmas Market Saturday 29th November 10am to 4pm, The Visitor Centre, Church Hill B46 3AD
Late Night Opening till 9pm on Thursday 4th December - High Street Shops open - Ice Rink on the Croft from 4pm to 9pm - £2 for 15 minutes - includes skate hire - See Santa and the Reindeer!
Free parking at Chantry House opposite the Town Hall for both events.
FRENCH MARKET RETURNED TO COLESHILL ON SUNDAY 14TH SEPT ON THE CROFT.See below for the photos!The French Traders received a warm welcome from locals and lots of visitors from further afield such as Tamworth and Sutton Coldfield
Our amazing logo was designed by Anya Devaney. Originally multi-coloured, some of the colours were too pale so we have changed it all to just red so that it stands out - we use this on our letterhead, our forms, our leaflets and loyalty cards, to name a few!