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 2019

3rd January
7th February
7th March


4th April
Annual Parish Meeting
PLEASE COME ALONG!!


2dn May
Annual Parish Council Meeting
6th June
4th July
5th September
3rd October
7th November

Latest News

Bloor Homes Update

Following on from the last Parish Council meeting on 8th November the Clerk has contacted the Planning Enforcement Officer and in relation to the changes in height of land on the Alderley Gate site and his response was as follows ; I can confirm the levels on-site at the Bloor Homes development off Manchester Road has previously been investigated by myself, and during said investigation I confirmed the levels were correctly […]

Beat Report October 2018

PCSO Beat Report for October 2018 1st October - Foot patrol around Elworth under Operation Clapping – an operation to address recent burglaries on business premises in the area. Vehicle patrol around Somerford, Brereton, Smallwood, Malkins Bank and Hassall Green – focusing on parking and speeding concerns raised by residents. 2nd October - Parking patrol at Brereton Primary School. Foot patrol around Elworth under Operation Clapping – an operation to […]

Agenda: Parish Council Meeting 8th November 2018

You are invited to attend the meeting of the Annual Parish Council on the 8th November 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. AGENDA   Declaration of Interest To receive any declarations of interest. PART […]

Save Congleton War Memorial Hospital – Petition

Congleton's War Memorial Hospital, which was opened in 1924 with money from local benefactors as a memorial to those who gave their lives in the First World War.  Easy access to both physical and mental health-care needs are vital for the residents of Congleton.  We are concerned that a reduction of services at our much-loved hospital will have a detrimental effect upon the health and well-being of residents in the town. […]

M6 Closures 29th October – 4th November

M6 Planned Carriageway, Slip Road and Lane Closures Below you can find details of planned closures on the M6 between junctions 2 and 19, for smart motorway works. If you have any queries and would like to speak to somebody about the planned closures, please contact SmartMotorways@highwaysengland.co.uk Please note - due to safety and weather restrictions, the below closures are subject to change and cancellation. The list does not include […]