Month: April 2018


Join the Great Plastic Pick Up | 11-13 MAY 2018  It’s just two weeks away! Be one of thousands helping to clean up the plastic litter on our best loved beaches, beauty spots and city streets. It’s really easy to

Grounds maintenance

WAP Lawton have carried out the first grass cut of the season.  Considering the current weather the amenity areas are looking good. Grass cutting is about to start in St George’s Field however the first cut will just entail a

All of a Flutter

This Saturday 28th April 11am -1pm. Join the Cheshire Butterfly Conservation Branch visit to the Reserve. Observe our butterflies and learn what to look for during the year. You can keep up to date with what’s flying around on twitter @marshallsarm.

13th May Salt Sunday

Suggested donation for activities £1.50. Communities and industries have flourished from the salt reserves beneath our feet.   In partnership with the Salt of the Earth network, the day includes a family-friendly mix of interactive art, salt-making, music, science experiments, a

Temporary road closure 8th May Regency Way

Click here to view: TRO 1891 – Regency Way

Frequently asked questions about trees

Who is the owner of the tree? The tree belongs to the person who owns the land in which the tree is growing. If the tree is growing exactly on a boundary line, then the landowners share joint responsibility. If

Community Engagement – Self Care Training

Everyone knows how a short walk in the garden in springtime sunshine can improve your mood – but have you heard about ‘Self Care’? The idea around this health and wellbeing initiative is giving people simple and easy hints and

Blakemere Village Villager’s Day

Free event this Saturday 21st April from 11am to 4pm.

Healthwatch Cheshire West priorities survey

Healthwatch Cheshire West and Healthwatch Cheshire East, the local independent consumer champions for Health and Social Care services in Cheshire, are conducting a survey to help us to establish our priorities for the coming year.   Each year we ask

2018 Best Kept Garden Competition Cancelled

Kingsmead Parish Council announce, with regret, that the Best Kept Garden Competition has been cancelled due to the lack of entries.

Complimentary cinema tickets – disabled cinema guest can receive a complimentary ticket for someone to go with them when they visit a participating cinema

The CEA Card is a national card scheme developed for UK cinemas by the UK Cinema Association (UKCA). The Card enables a disabled cinema guest to receive a complimentary ticket for someone to go with them when they visit a

Parish Council Meeting tonight

The Parish Council meeting will take place from 7.30pm this evening at Kingsmead Primary School, Dukes Way.  Members of the public are very welcome to attend. Click here to view the agenda

M6 J16-19 full carriageway closures

Please be advised of the forthcoming full carriageway closures on the M6 J16-19 smart motorway project for carriageway resurfacing and other key activities. M6 southbound will be closed between junction 17 and 16 overnight on Monday 16 April, Tuesday 17,


The Sandstone Ridge Trust is developing a comprehensive list of the natural and man-made caves, rock shelters and other cavities beneath the mid-Cheshire Sandstone Ridge from Frodsham in the north to Malpas in the south. We are inviting anyone who

Magazine Advertise Debt Alert

Victims receive a telephone call from someone purporting to be a bailiff enforcing a court judgement, attempting to recover funds for a non-existent debt. The fraudsters state the debt originates from the victim not paying a magazine advertisement subscription. A

16th April 2018 Parish Council Meeting

The next Parish Council Meeting will be held on 16th April 2018 from 7.30pm at Kingsmead Primary School, Dukes Way, Kingsmead.  Members of the public are very welcome to attend and the Public Open Forum takes place from 7.30pm.  Residents

Active Cheshire PlayFest ’18

BOOK NOW! Limited Spaces Available Don’t miss your chance to compete against 100 teams across Cheshire and Warrington on the world’s longest inflatable assault course! Where: Tatton Park When: Saturday 12th May, 10am-4pm Who: Everyone! Heard of the phrase ‘work hard, play hard’? Plenty

Active Cheshire Sporting memories Cafe’s to Launch in Cheshire West

Sporting Memories Cafe’s are designed to bring together individuals who may be experiencing early signs of memory loss, dementia or just those who have a passion for sport.  The cafes’ use old sporting memorabilia to spark memories and structure weekly

M6 planned closures J16-19

Click below to view planned closures to 15th April 2018 current M6 J16-J19 planned closures

Active Cheshire Walking Festival

Cheshire West and Chester Council and Active Cheshire are pleased to announce the launch of the annual West Cheshire Walking Festival, taking place throughout the month of May. The West Cheshire Walking Festival brings together a collection of guided walks,