News

Sunday
Jul022017

Period for the exercise of public rights - Parish Council accounts

Tuesday
Jun202017

Fireworks 24th-25th June

The Parish Council have been informed via word of mouth that there may be fireworks this coming weekend 24th and 25th June associated with the Steam Rally.  In the past the Parish Council have been asked to notify animal owners of planned fireworks so that precautions can be taken for the safety of pets and other animals in the village and surrounding areas. 

Monday
Jun192017

Mesaage from the local police - Door to door selling

Message sent by

Ryan Reid (Police, PCSO, Chester LPU Rural & Frodsham PCSO)


Dear Householder,
Hawkers, selling household cleaning materials, were reported at several properties in Kelsall, Willington and Oscroft on Friday, 16 June, 2017, and were subsequently moved out the area.
Officers from the Neighbourhood Policing Unit will respond to reports of Hawking, and, where appropriate, will seize their bags containing their goods, and report them for summons of peddling without a licence.
Please do not feel pressured into opening the door to strangers, or anyone without identification, even if you think they are legitimate, and certainly do not feel compelled to purchase any of the items on offer.
If you have any concerns about suspicious persons. Please do not hesitate to contact the Police on 101, and report it.

Friday
May192017

Can you help to support St John's Church?

St John's Ashton Hayes has plans in place and great ambitions for the future but the changes it needs and would like to make are not cheap. It has already raised well over £100,000 from within our community but is still well short of its target. Would you please help?

Every donation received will help us move nearer to our target and enable us to provide this much needed community facility whilst securing the future of our much loved church building.

To find out more about donating, click here

Wednesday
May172017

Road Closure

Please note the following temporary road closure to enable Cheshire West and Chester Borough Council to carry out patching works. The works are due to commence on 6 June 2017 and are expected to last for three days.

Nortons Lane whole extent

The diversionary route is via Gongar Lane, Church Road, Ashton Lane, A54 Chester Road, A54 Bye Pass Road, A51 Holme Street, Barrow Lane, Morley Lane and vice versa.

Access to properties and for emergency vehicles will be maintained.

The contact at Guilden Sutton is Heath Shingler on Tel: 03001237036

The local CWaC members are Councillor Eleanor Johnson, Councillor Hugo Deynem and Councillor John Leather

Our reference is TRO/3205

 

Regards

 

Technical Team