We are delighted to introduce to you the brand-new Lawley Mascot and give you the opportunity to be involved in giving it an official name. The mascot for Lawley is a mole and a miner, to celebrate the area’s industrial heritage and links with local mining communities. The mascot was funded by the Lawley Partnership Board as a community led project and is available for visits to community events and groups.
My friends at Lawley Partnership Board are working hard to make Lawley the best place to live in Telford, and they thought I could help. At the recent Celebrating Lawley event we invited members of the community to suggest some names for me. Following the public vote, I was officially named "Mawley" the Mole from Lawley.
If you would like me to visit one of your events, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Here I am with some of my friends at Lawley Partnership Board
About Lawley Partnership Board
Telford & Wrekin Council is investing £350,000 in Lawley, as part of a series of investments across the borough totalling more than £16 million.
As one of the borough's largest new housing developments, the council is working to deliver these plans as part of a new Lawley Partnership Board, which also includes Bournville Village Trust, Lawley and Overdale Parish Council, West Mercia Police, Telford and Wrekin Interfaith Council, Homes England, Representatives from the developer group and Lawley Village Community Association.