Community cafe - slight change in timings

Due to a pre booking for the Pavilion on we will not be opening the café on Thursday 4/9 but will be open as usual on Friday morning and then as a `special` on Monday 8/9 when the Tour of Britain cycle race is happening .


Follow @ashtonhayesPC on twitter

The Parish Council has set up a twitter feed @ashtonhayesPC that will compliment news and stories tweeted by other local tweeters such as @ashtonhayesCEC (The twitter feed for our community energy company). Please follow us and send us comments.


NEW Pavilion cafe opening times

The NEW Pavilion Community Café will be open (each week) on the following days:

Thursday Afternoon 2.30 to 4.30

Friday Morning 10.30 to 12.30

Sunday Afternoon 2.30 t0 4.30 

Starting next week after the launch of the café on the Bank Holiday Monday.

All are welcome whatever age and interest. Come and enjoy a good cup of tea or coffee and sample some of our wide selection of snacks.

The Pavilion is located on the Playing Field off Ashton Lane where easy parking is available.

Please support your new café. We look forward to seeing you there.

Download the poster and let others know


Temporary closure of Church Road on 18 August for 5 days - CWAC notice

Please note the following temporary road closure to enable Cheshire West and Chester Borough Council to carry out carriageway investigation works. The works are due to commence on Monday 18 August 2014 and are expected to last for FIVE days.
1)     B5393 Church Road from the junction with West End to the junction of Pentre Lane
The diversionary route is via Church Road, Peel Hall Lane, Peel Crescent, Gonger Lane, Church Road
Access to properties and for emergency vehicles will be maintained.
The contact at Guilden Sutton is Chris Whittaker on Tel: 0300 123 7036
The local CWaC member is Eleanor Johnson
Our reference is TRO/2013


Equipment, Donations and Volunteers needed by Trafford Mill Restoration Project

A group of volunteers have been busily beavering away over the last 18 months on a project aimed at restoring the historic watermill at Mickle Trafford, parts of which are thought might date back to 1302. when a mill on this stretch of the Gowy was first recorded.

The group's goal is to bring the mill back into use and develop it into a community centre where traditional crafts and skills such as forged metal work, cabinet making, wood and metal turning, joinery, leather work, hedge laying, charcoal making, dry stone walling, lime mortaring, cobbling, food growing and other ancient skills can be revived.

Until recently the mill restoration volunteers - known as 'The Friends of Trafford Mill' - have been working alongside 'The Community Volunteer' (TCV) team

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