News Update

News from the Last Meeting

Queen Elizabeth’s Jubilee

The Parish Council is to present Christleton Primary School children with a Jubilee Teddy Bear to commemorate the Platinum Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth’s reign.

5th April 2022

University of Law Planning Application

The planning application was considered at CWAC Planning Committee on Tuesday 5th April, 2022 and was approved.

5th April 2022

Plough Lane/Rake Lane Junction

Plough Lane/Rake Lane Junction – alterations to Plough Lane/Rake junction, the equipment to install new road signage at this junction has arrived with CWAC and we are now awaiting confirmation of date for installation and painting of new white lines.

5th April 2022

Past News

High Speed Broadband

CityFibre Gigabyte speed broadband is being rolled out in the rural villages of Christleton, Littleton & Waverton in 2023 – registrations of interest can be submitted to the  CityFibre website.   Open Reach also have plans to bring fibre broadband to rural area in 2025.ter.

22nd March 2022

Precept For Next Financial Year

The Parish Council has agreed that the precept for 2022/2023 would not increase and remain the same a current year – B and D level remains at £63.85.

1st February 2022

Parish Council Open Morning

The Council is hoping to arrange an Open Morning later in the year COVID issues permitting.

1st February 2022

Public Rights of Way

There has still been no action taken following the submission of the 4 applications to be considered for PROW status on 17th December 2020 to CWAC. If nothing is actioned by the anniversary date of the submission the Parish Council has a right to contact the Secretary of State for the Environment to take the matter up on their behalf.

The Council is continuing to work with the CWAC Officer assessing the applications to suggest at a least one of the applications is considered and, suggest path ‘C’ being the priority for consideration.

10th November 2021

CWAC Highways backlog

The Council is still waiting for final estimates of costs from Highways for the proposed build-out on Birch Heath Lane and to re-site the build-out on Pepper Street to the opposite of the highway.

10th November 2021

King George’s Fields – Proposed Christleton Pre-School

The Council is still in discussions regarding the request to build a pre-school building on the KGF First Field – There are great many issues to be considered and for further discussion with Fields in Trust before the matter can pursued any further.

To view the information presented to councillors follow the  Visual Presentation link

10th November 2021

 

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

Annual Reporting 2020/2021

The Parish Council as a “Smaller Authority” is required to publish the Annual Accounts and Auditor’s Report. The Financial Year documents for 2020-21 can be accessed through the following links:

Notice of Public Rights

Section 1 Annual Governance Statement

Section 2 Annual Accounting Statement

Section 3 External Auditor Report and Certificate

Notification of Conclusion of Audit

Annual Reporting 2019-20

The Parish Council as a “Smaller Authority” is required to publish the Annual Accounts and Auditor’s Report. The Financial Year documents for 2019-20 can be accessed through the following links:

Notice of Public Rights

AGAR Section 1 Annual Governance Statement

AGAR Section 2 Annual Governance Statement

Notice of Conclusion of Audit

External Auditors Report

Final AGAR 2019-20