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Kingsley Play Area will be open from 4th July 2020 as per Government Guidance
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KINGSLEY PARISH COUNCIL Re-opening of Kingsley Cemetery THE CEMETERY WILL BE RE-OPENING TO THE PUBLIC Kingsley Parish Council have followed the latest guidance from the Communities Secretary, Robert Jenrick: – Kingsley Cemetery will be re-opened to the public, except when a funeral is being held. When visiting the cemetery, social distancing guidelines must still be adhered […]
KINGSLEY PARISH COUNCIL Closure of the Kingsley Play & Gym Area In compliance with the Prime Minister’s announcement on 23 March regarding strict Coronavirus protection measures, our children’s play area and adult gym equipment is now closed until further notice. Our gated play area will be locked. The items of play equipment and gym equipment […]
KINGSLEY PARISH COUNCIL Suspension Of Monthly Meetings Kingsley Parish Council will not be meeting for the foreseeable future, but will continue to available to support the community. If anybody wishes to contact the Parish Council then please use the following: Email Telephone on 07483 157679.
Kingsley Parish Council along with the councils of Acton bridge and Crowton have been actively engaged over the last two years in discussions with Cheshire West and Chester Planning Department to bring to an end quarry operations at this site. There has been no sand extraction nor importation of infill material to the quarry since 2018. Work is continuing on […]
Daffodil Bulb Planting Our Ward Councillor Hugo Deynem, is looking to support funding for local communities to plant daffodils bulbs in their communities. The Parish Council is aware that we have had a number of bulb planting events in the past and have lovely displays at the bottom of Brookside and up Hollow Lane past […]
This is a brief update from the Kingsley Parish Council (KPC) on what has occurred recently regarding the Kingsley Neighbourhood plan. Over the last 18 months, the development of the plan has been undertaken by an independent steering group, Kingsley Neighbourhood Planning Steering Group (KNPSG), comprised of volunteers from the village and representatives of KPC. […]