Cheshire West and Chester Council is seeking the views of children and young people, supported by their family, on what matters to them regarding the future leisure, health and wellbeing provision in the Frodsham area. Linked below is a simple 4-question survey, and the aim is to receive as many views as possible from children […]
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The new CWaC recycling and waste service has now commenced and is being rolled out across the borough. CWaC started the first phase of a 12-month rollout for the service on Monday 31 January. CWaC will be rolling out the service one collection round each week with leaflets being delivered 2 weeks ahead of each […]
The Council’s costs have increased significantly in recent years, and it is becoming more difficult to maintain a low precept without compromising on service delivery. For example, the costs to maintain the cemetery have more than doubled in the last five years. Whilst the reserves of the Council remain healthy in comparison to annual expenditure, […]
The Parish Council is pleased to announce that the Cheshire West and Chester Mobile Library service has moved to a full timetable and will be visiting Kingsley Community Centre on Thursdays at 12.25pm-12.50pm (please note change of time) every 3 weeks from 3 March 2022. For times of routes and further information, please visit Mobile library service (cheshirewestandchester.gov.uk) There is […]
Kingsley Parish Council is continuing to make improvements throughout the public realm and has recently completed a tidy up of the shrub bed in front of St John’s Primary School on Hollow Lane. Positive feedback has been received from local residents and the Council will be considering further works to other areas in the coming […]
Kingsley Parish Council is pleased to announce it has approved a grant provision of £400.00 to benefit local community groups and organisations. The award will remain open to applications until all the fund has been allocated, so organisations are encouraged to apply sooner rather than later. Each application will be considered on its own merit […]
Repairs to the eroded pathways in the cemetery have commenced and access will be restricted until the work has been completed. The work has been long overdue and it is hoped the new condition will provide improved access and safety for all visitors to the cemetery.
Earlier this year, Kingsley Parish Council commissioned Q Bee Studios to create a spring wildflower mural with local schoolchildren on the wall adjacent to Kingsley St John’s School, Hollow Lane. Paint was donated by local residents and the artwork has completely transformed this neglected walkway into a bright and vibrant talking point for all those […]
Torus has submitted a new planning application for the development with revised measurements. The reference for the planning application is 21/04190/S73. Kingsley Parish Council has no planning objection regarding the application, subject to a satisfactory settlement being reached with neighbouring properties. If you would like to submit a comment on this planning application, please follow […]
Torus is expected to submit a new planning application in the coming weeks for the development following a discovery that the position of the dwellings differ to those which were approved by Cheshire West and Chester Council. As a result of this, Torus is unable to progress with sales at this time. Torus has advised […]