News

Tuesday
Nov222016

VACANCIES FOR TWO COUNCILLORS

Notice is hereby given that due to resignation two vacancies exist in the office of Parish Councillor for the Parish of Ashton Hayes and Horton cum Peel.

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Saturday
Nov192016

Tragic accident at Ashton Lane/A54: PC concerns sent to MP

The Parish Council were very saddened at the news of the tragic accident on Monday 7th November at the junction of the A54 and Ashton Lane. This is not the first accident to happen here and we agreed to write a letter to our Member of Parliament drawing her attention to the very worrying situation and the level of concern there is. The letter which was emailed to her this week is here for your information. If you feel sufficiently concerned to write yourself by all means feel able to use some of the facts contained but please don`t send what essentially will be a copy of it as it would be discounted .

You can contact your MP very easily by googling WriteToThem and then going in on the first link on that list. There are simple instructions to follow and once the e`mail is sent you will receive confirmation  of this.

Saturday
Nov192016

New womenswear showroom in the village

Olivia May Womenswear Showroom Opens in Ashton Hayes with exclusive Open Days for Ashton Hayes Community

1st , 2nd , 8th, 9th ,15th and 16th December 10am-4pm

The Barns, Lane End Farm, Kelsall Road, Ashton Hayes, Cheshire, CH3 8BH

Parking is available. Pop along and see what we are all about whilst enjoying a glass of fizz or tea and cake and a 20% discount welcome! Designers include Nuovo Borgo, Magnolia Pearl, Lilith, Lofina Shoes, Angela Caputti Jewellery, Destin Scarfs to name just a few! For further details please either visit our website www.oliviamay.org call 01829 751 600 or email naomi@oliviamay.org

We look forward to meeting you!

Wednesday
Oct262016

CWaC Launches Neighbourhood Plan consultation

You can now make a comment on our neighbourhood plan by visiting the CWaC website.

Friday
Oct212016

Vote for Opal's 'Go Online' to help people learn

We would be very grateful if you could vote for our RCS/ Opal Services Go On Line project. This enables us to offer a service which helps older people to become confident and competent in using communication technology which can open up so many doors for them .

The voting process is relatively simple and we want as many local people as possible to support us in this so we can obtain funding to be able to both maintain and develop the service which is proving to be very popular and effective.