News Update

News since the Last Meeting

Moth Survey Report

The Broughton Heath Allotment Colony is managed by the Parish Council and is a haven for wild life. Over the last year Clive Jones has been surveying the numbers and variety of Moth species to be found within the colony. The results of the survey are available in the attached Moth Report

23rd December 2020

Publication of the Annual Audit Report

The Final Annual Governance & Accountability Return (AGAR) comprises three documents namely the  Annual Governance Statement (AGS)  2019/20, the External Auditor’s Report and Notice of Conclusion of  the Audit.  These documents are available for inspection below.  These reports have also posted on the three Parish Council’s notice boards, located at the Parish Hall, Brown Heath Road and Haslin Crescent.

Final AGS 2019/20

External Auditor’s Report 2019/20

and

Notice of Conclusion of Audit

16th November 2020

New Councillor

The casual vacancy on the Parish Council which occurred due to Cllr John Eccles stepping down has now been filled by Cllr Peter Tonge, Peter has served on the Council for a number of years previously and was warmly welcomed back.

14th November 2020

News from the Last Meeting

Proposed Changes in the Village

Civic Architect proposals for changes in Christleton Village were presented to the Parish Council in late October, following which it was agreed that an Extra Ordinary Parish Council meeting would be held to consider fully all the proposals.  The Council will then decide which of the proposals should be formerly submitted to the residents of Christleton for their consideration and agreement.

14th November 2020

Planning Update – University of Law

The University of Law proposals are ongoing; the developer is working with their architects to revise the design of the development, with the Hall being converted into apartments and an office block being built on the walled garden.  The developer is planning on holding a presentation with the Council in the near future, prior to which the UOL Working Group will hold discussions with the developer in order for the Council to have in input on their revised proposals

14th November 2020

Speed Watch Group

The SPEEDWATCH GROUP are looking to recruit more volunteers to join them to monitor speeding through the village.  Anyone who can spare a few hours or are interested please contact Cllr Graham Ranger

14th November 2020

Footpaths (Public Rights of Way)

The Footpath Action Group has been gathering witness statements and now have more that the required number for each of the four footpaths covering in excess of twenty years uninhabited usage for submission to CWAC

14th November 2020

Past News

Christleton Coronavirus Walks

The following links provide details of some walks around the village that will enable you to exercise within the current time constraints.  Hopefully they will provide a welcome break in these difficult times.

Coronavirus Walks Introduction, Walk 1,  Walk 2Walk 3,  Walk 4, Walk 5,  Walk 6 and Walk 7

Each link will open in a new page so it can be printed or downloaded as required. Our thanks to David Cummings for compiling all of the walks

Please be aware of the environment around you and follow the Countryside Code. In particular park without blocking gateways/drives, keep to the footpaths, respect agricultural land, leave gates as you find them and keep dogs under control (also bag dog poo and bin it properly).

1st September 2020 (updated) 15th April (posted)

Christleton Heritage Walks Around the Village

Following on from the walks around the village prepared by David Cummings and published in May 2020 there is now a set of Heritage walks around the village.  Hopefully these walks will provide a new perspective on the village and its surroundings in what continues to be difficult times.

Walk 1 The Boatman’s Tale;  Walk 2 The Cavaliers Tale (Longer version);  Walk 3 The Cavaliers Tale;  Walk 4 The Canons Tale   and  Walk 5 The Littleton Township Trail

Each link will open in a new page so it can be printed or downloaded as required. Our thanks to David Cummings for compiling all of the walks.

Please be aware of the environment around you and follow the Countryside Code. In particular park without blocking gateways/drives, keep to the footpaths, respect agricultural land, leave gates as you find them and keep dogs under control (also bag dog poo and bin it properly).

21st July 2020

Highways Fault Reporting

To report any highways faults (including potholes, missing signs, broken streetlights etc.) please contact Highways at Cheshire West and Chester

Boughton Heath Allotment Colony

All plots are now occupied.  When plots become vacant they are offered to those on the waiting list first before they are advertised more widely.  To join the waiting list please contact the Clerk

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