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Rural Lanes

Our country lanes are an integral part of our rural environment but the volume and speed of traffic , and the presence of heavy lorries can make them uninviting and intimidating. The Parish Council wish to improve the lanes to provide people with a chance for people to walk, cycle and horse ride in a safer environment , to widen transport choice and protect the character and tranquillity of our country lanes. The Council are campaigning to improve the situation with the assistance of some local residents.

Highway Accident in the Parish? Please report.

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We meet at Westlow Mere Fishing Club, CW12 2JJ
(large green building at the end of Sandy Lane, off Giantwood Lane).

Meeting Dates 2018
11th JANUARY
1st FEBRUARY
1st MARCH


12th APRIL ANNUAL PARISH MEETING.
PLEASE COME ALONG!!


3rd MAY ANNUAL PARISH COUNCIL MEETING
7th JUNE
5th JULY
6th SEPTEMBER
4th OCTOBER
8th NOVEMBER

Latest News

Meeting: Rural Roads Committee 9th August 2018

Notes from meeting with Rural Roads Committee Cllr G Booth, Cllr M Wakerley, Cllr P Amies, Cllr T Richardson and the Clerk Present; Cllr G Booth, Cllr M Wakerley, Cllr P Amies, Cllr T Richardson and the Clerk Date; 9th August 2018 at 7.00pm Venue; Westlow Mere Fisheries All the relevant highway information had been gathered by the Parish Council; VTC Consultants completing a traffic survey on speed, volume and […]

Cheshire East Council Appoints Congleton Link Road Contractor

Cheshire East Council has appointed civil engineering company Graham Construction to deliver the Congleton Link Road scheme – which could begin construction later this year. The 5.5km (3.5-mile) road will unlock key sites for housing and employment and provide a major economic boost to Congleton, relieving traffic congestion in the town centre and improving east-west connectivity. The appointment of leading contractor Graham Construction follows a competitive tendering process involving several bidders. The […]

Draft Minutes: Parish Council Meeting 5th July 2018

Minutes of a Parish Council meeting held on Thursday 5th July 2018 at ‘Westlow’ Mere Fisheries meeting room.   Download Minutes   Declaration of Interest Cllr G Silman – 18/2712C   Part 1 Public and Press present   Present   Councillor G Booth, (who chaired the meeting), Councillor P Amies, Councillor G Silman, Councillor J Wray - Cheshire East Ward Representative and Ms J Mason – Clerk     Public Forum […]

New Dating Show for ITV is coming to Cheshire

I am contacting you from the television production company Shiver. We make lots of popular TV programmes including Come Dine With Me and Paul O'Grady's For The Love of Dogs.  I am currently working on an exciting new dating show for ITV and I was hoping that you might be able to help us get the word out to anyone that you think might be interested. The basic idea for […]

Agenda: Parish Council Meeting 5th July 2018

You are invited to attend the meeting of the Parish Council on the 5th July 2018 at 7.30 pm at Westlow Mere, Giantswood Lane, Congleton CW12 2JJ in the function room. If the members of the public are present, there will be a period of question time at the beginning and at the end of the meeting. Download Agenda AGENDA   Declaration of Interest PART 1 - PUBLIC AND PRESS […]

‘Buddy Bear’ Could you help the police by knitting teddies for children in distress?

This initiative will allow Crewe Police to share your lovingly knitted bear with a child going through a distressing experience. If you provide your name, then the child will be able to know who handmade their buddy. Please hand them in to the front counter of Crewe Police Station or Haslington Bakery, or you can email lizzie.jolley@cheshire.pnn.police.uk and arrange collection. Download 'Buddy Bear' Pattern