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

Latest News

Meeting to Discuss Rural Lanes in Hulme Walfield and Somerford Booths

Notes from meeting with Mr J Carruthers VTC Consultancy to discuss the Rural Lanes in Hulme Walfield and Somerford Booths. Download Notes Present; Mr J Carruthers, Cllr M Wakerley, Cllr G Booth, Cllr G Silman, Cllr P Amies, Cllr T Richardson, Mr David Nutty, Ms Sarah Hambrook, Mr David Brewster, Mr Ian Davenport, Mr and Mrs Webberley, Mr and Mrs Arnold and the Clerk. ( Cllr J Wray arrived at […]

Live Well Cheshire East

Have you visited your Council’s new online resource yet? Launched in 2017, Live Well Cheshire East provides information and advice on a range of services across Cheshire East, giving you greater choice and control to support you and your family. www.cheshireeast.gov.uk/livewell/livewell This easy to use directory of over 3,000 services has already won many accolades from the public sector, communities and individuals. You can use Live Well Cheshire East to […]

M6 J16-19 Planned Closures 14th June – 1st July

M6 J16-19 Smart Motorway - planned closures   14th June – 1st July   Please note these timings do not include any unplanned emergency works which could happen at any time, in any lane within this project [29] Date Duration Details Allow an extra Thursday 14th June 10pm – 6am M6 northbound J16-J19 lane closures M6 southbound J19 to J16 lane closures 45 mins Friday 15th June 10pm – 6am M6 […]

Minutes: Parish Council Meeting 7th June 2018

Minutes of a Parish Council meeting held on Thursday 7th June 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 M Wakerly (who chaired the meeting), Councillor P Amies, Councillor G Silman, Councillor G Booth, Councillor J Wray - Cheshire East Ward Representative (arrived 7.50pm) and Ms J Mason – Clerk   […]

Congleton Link Road Update June 2018

I write to inform you that the agenda for the next the Cheshire East Council Cabinet (12th June) will consider a decision to proceed with the construction of the Congleton Link Road. The Cabinet decision will: Select a Contractor to build the Congleton Link Road Approve the submission of the Final Business Case to Government to unlock £45M of funding towards the Scheme Subject to the above and approval of the […]

Livestock Worrying

This is a reminder of how important it is to keep your dog under control at all times.  Unfortunately on 30/05/18 a dog got into a field with livestock in it (Sheep, Lambs & Calf's) in the North Rode area.   The dog killed 2 lamb's and the dog has had to be put to sleep.  If you see dogs not under control around livestock then please call us on 101. Message […]