Welcome to Kingsmead Parish Council
Many of you will have seen the Redrow film crew out and about in Kingsmead over the summer. The resulting film is available here. Since 2012 all amenity land including parks, ponds, green open spaces have been the responsibility of Kingsmead Parish Council. I am sure you will agree Kingsmead “garden village” is looking good.
Kingsmead Parish Council was founded in 2011 following a boundary review and encompasses Kingsmead village, Royal Gardens, areas of London Road, Northwich Cheshire and the new Hill Top Farm development. The new Parish Council was formed in response to public demand after a consultation exercise by Cheshire West and Chester County Council.
Initially focused on the handover of common land and amenities from Redrow Homes and Taylor Wimpey, Kingsmead Parish Council is committed to maintaining the Parish to a high standard and therefore creating an environment which the community can enjoy and feel proud of.
The council is formed by 10 volunteer elected Councillors and a paid Clerk.
Kingsmead Parish Council is delighted to welcome Cllr Lynne Williams and Cllr Steve Chappell who were co-opted as Councillors at the Parish Council Meeting held 15th May 2017.
There is currently 1 vacancy as of 19th May 2017. If you are interested in becoming a Parish Councillor please contact the Clerk for more details.
Parish Clerk: Jo O’Donoghue
231 Hartford Road,
Cheshire, CW9 8JT
Tel: 01606 41862 E-mail: email@example.com
Best Kept Garden Competition 2017
Many thanks to all of you who entered the 2017 Best Kept Garden Competition. There are some fabulous gardens out there.
The winners were announced at the Kingsmead Primary School Fair on Saturday 15th July as follows:
Sarah and Martin on Headworth Close – Best Modern Garden
Peter on Registry Way – Best Wildlife Garden
Caroline on Earls Way – Best Tradional Garden
Sarah and Martin on Headworth Close – Overall Winner 2017