News

Sunday
Dec212014

Models needed for the Chester Chronicle front page

WANT TO BE IN A PHOTO SHOOT? We need lots of people to come to the village shop at 3pm Monday (Tomorrow) to pose for a photo by the Chester Chronicle which wants to feature our BT story on the front page again this week! Just arrive at 3pm if you can make it. Thanks and have a great Christmas.

Tuesday
Dec092014

BT fail to impress the public at the PC meeting

Around 50 residents attended the Parish Council meeting at the Primary School on Monday night (8 December) to participate in a special debate about the ongoing village phone issues. Aron Briggs, Programme Manager for BT Group and Andrew Arditti of Cheshire East (both responsible for the superfast broadband programme) came along to the meeting as

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Friday
Dec052014

Get in the Christmas mood at the Cafe

Get in the mood for Christmas and come to one of our Christmas specials

Sunday 7th December and Sunday 14th December from 2.00 to 4.00 pm

There will be plenty of delicious Christmas goodies on sale and we believe that Father Christmas will be dropping in for tea. All children will be given a Christmas gift

The Pavilion Café is on the Recreation Field in Ashton Hayes

Friday
Dec052014

BT Coming to Monday's PC meeting

BT and  Connecting Cheshire have agreed to send representatives to the Parish Council meeting on Monday 8/12/14 . The meeting venue will be the School Hall and the meeting will start at 7.00 prompt. Members of the public are  welcome to attend this meeting.

Friday
Dec052014

BT Update 5 December - suggested actions

Having tried different means to identify those still with system failures the PC suggests we all do as follows for the future:-


1.    Everyone takes responsibility to regularly check with your neighbours [immediate and beyond ] to see if they are experiencing problems such as not having a service or a crossed line etc.It doesn`t matter if there is duplication as long as we are able to identify those who are still having problems !

2.    Report any cases where there are still problems arising  either by e`mail to jane.colville1@gmail.com or by phone on 01829 52607 or by leaving the detail of the person/ people in the shop on a list that will be available