Month: April 2016

Report on works carried out on the corner of Blandford Drive

Blandford Report Apr 2016

Spring Time at Marbury

Northwich Woodlands Saturday 23rd April 2016 In Marbury Country Park A spring stroll at this wonderful time in the park to see the spring flowers, including bluebells. Meet: 10.00 am at the Rangers’ Cabin, Marbury Country Park. Contact: Mary Jeeves

Community Speedwatch

We have now received our radar speed gun from Cheshire Police after its calibration and will resume monitoring on Monarch Drive. Other residents have asked if other areas of the Parish could also be monitored and the answer is Yes

Social Media Ticket Fraud

The National Fraud Intelligence Bureau (NFIB) has recently received an influx of reports that fraudsters are targeting the public, via social media, in relation to football tickets. Fraudsters are posting pictures or statuses online telling members of the public to

Restrictive covenants

All properties in Kingsmead are subject to certain restrictive covenants and conditions which are contained within The Third Schedule of all title deeds: Not to use the property nor permit the same to be used for any purpose whatever other

Graham Evans MP

Newsletter #244 published 18/04/16 Click here to view.  

New bin on Monarch Drive walkway

New bin installed. To the owner of the rather large dog (big poos on walkway, same place every day) please, please bag it and bin it!!  

Security advice

Make sure your car is locked and all windows, doors boot and sunroof are closed Activate all security devices, alarms, immobilisers, etc. when left unattended. Always park your car in a safe, well lit place. Use a garage if you

Rural Vulnerability Service

  RURAL BROADBAND – April 2016 Better broadband – and the lack of it – is the focus of this newsletter from the Rural Vulnerability Service, brought to you by the Rural England Community Interest Company and the Rural Services Network

Parish Council Meeting Monday 18th April at 7.30pm

The meeting takes place at Kingsmead Primary School and members of the public are welcome to attend. The public open forum takes place from 7.30pm and is scheduled to last 15 minutes. Click here to view the agenda: Agenda 18-04-16

Hedging on Monarch Drive

Planting completed along Monarch Drive walkway:

Volunteer and make a difference – community projects

Love your streets is a new volunteering campaign that supports the national tidy campaign, Clean for the Queen. If you know of any litter hotspots or areas that require a lick of paint or a tidy up of shrubbed areas

Graham Evans MP Newsletter #243

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The following work will be taking place on Stretton Walk on 13 & 14th April

•Install temporary dams at either end of the section of drainage ditch to be piped. •De-water section of ditch being piped with high capacity suction pump. •Divert accumulating water with high capacity pump from above upstream damp to below thedownstream