Month: March 2018

2018 Young Citizen

Last year we donated funds to a young Kingsmead parishioner carrying out charitable work through Girlguiding in the Gambia. We are looking for another young Kingsmead resident to support in 2018 who is doing similarly great work. Are you helping

Mid Cheshire Foodbank

URGENTLY NEEDED ITEMS LONG LIFE MILK LONG LIFE FRUIT JUICE TINNED FRUIT TINNED VEGETABLES SPONGE PUDDINGS CAKES AND CHOCOLATE TOILETRIES TINNED MEAT PASTA SAUCE COFFEE Our foodbank relies on your goodwill and support. Over 90% of the food distributed by

2018 Best Kept Garden Competition Announced

The competition is split into the following categories with a winner in each Best Traditional Garden (lawn, borders, roses, bedding plants etc.) Best Modern Garden (landscaped, external room, features) Best Wildlife or Ecological Garden (growing veg, ponds, wildflowers, ecology) Details:

Hedge planting tomorrow, Stretton Walk

The Parish Council has approved works to plant a hawthorn hedge along the fence line adjacent to the fire station.  The stocking density will be approx 5 plants/m in two staggered rows.  The plants will be 80-100cm tall and each

The minutes of the meeting held 26th February 2018 have now been published

Click here to view published minutes

NFIB Alert – False Telephone Preference Service Calls

False claims of Telephone Preference Service: Fraudsters are cold-calling victims, falsely stating that they are calling from one of the well-known UK telecommunication service providers. They call victims claiming to provide a ‘Telephone Preference Service’ – an enhanced call-barring service,

PARISH COUNCIL MEETING TONIGHT

The March Kingsmead Parish Council meeting is tonight from 7.30pm at Kingsmead Primary School, Dukes Way.  Members of the public are welcome to attend.  Please see the Documents section of the website to view the agenda.

Age UK seeking volunteers

AGE UK Cheshire are seeking volunteers who would like to be matched with an older person as part of a new befriending service. Sharing Time connects people and creates friendships to reduce social isolation and loneliness. Amanda Hodgkinson, wellbeing services

March Parish Council Meeting

The next Parish Council meeting will be held on Monday 19th March from 7.30pm at Kingsmead Primary School.  The public open forum takes place from 7.30pm and residents are invited to raise items of concern during this session.  Residents are

Spring newsletter

  The latest newsletter is now available online and will shortly be delivered to homes within the Kingsmead Parish by volunteers. Click here to view

Hartford campus to close

Northwich Guardian report as follows: THE majority of the Hartford campus of Warrington and Vale Royal College is set to be closed down and 56 members of staff will be made redundant. The college announced the move today as ‘part of

Would you like a rewarding job?

A job where you are making a difference to others and where your wellbeing is important too? Do you agree that every person deserves kindness, respect and to be listened to? Do you agree that team work is the magin

Temporary road closure – Stretton Walk

Please find attached link to a temporary road closure notice for TRO 1899 Stetton Walk which commences on 8th March 2018  This is necessary for safety reasons to replace manhole cover and frame and will be carried out by United Utilities. The works are expected

Dog poo bags in hedges? Why?

Along the top path from end of Buckingham Drive down to Fisherman’s Wharf (sluice pond) there are a lot of dog poo bags (with poo) in the hedge and hedge bottom.  A councillor counted about 30 – 40 bags yesterday.  It

New electoral arrangements for Cheshire West and Chester Council Final recommendations March 2018

The final recommendations following review of the electoral arrangements for Cheshire West and Chester Council have now been published by The Local Government Boundary Commission for England (LGBCE) which is an independent body set up by Parliament. Recommendations for Kingsmead

Wildlife Policy

Kingsmead Parish Council cares for the environment through its own practices and by encouraging others. The Council will try to be as conscientious as possible about recycling, efficiency, biodiversity, conservation, and the use of resources and recycling. Our vision is

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