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New guide to care and support in Cheshire West and Chester – a crucial time for information

A new, updated Cheshire West and Chester Care and Support Directory has been published today in association with Cheshire West and Chester Borough Council. It gives readers crucial information on how to access, and pay for, care services throughout Cheshire West and Chester.

What do you want Kingsley to be like in the future?

The Kingsley Neighbourhood Planning Steering Group (NPSG) is a newly formed group of people from Kingsley supported by the Parish Council working to develop a Neighbourhood Plan.

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In order to further evolve their much-loved annual Beer Festival, Kingsley Cricket Club are looking for a volunteer from the local community to join the committee and lead the planning of 2018's event.

If you're full of fresh ideas and interested in hearing more about the role, please get in touch with the club secretary Adrian Burden via email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. on social media; @kccscores on Twitter or Kingsley Cricket Club on Facebook.

Community Centre car park

Enabling works for the above project are scheduled to commence on 12th February 2018 with roofing works continuing for approximately 5 weeks in total.

Access to the site is severely restricted and we need to maintain a clear route for materials deliveries and waste removal throughout the duration of the project.

It is our intention to utilise the 2 parking spaces marked on the attached plan to ensure we can manage access in a safe manner whilst minimising inconvenience for other users of the parking facilities adjacent to the community centre.

If you have any concerns regarding this proposal, please do not hesitate to contact me and I will do my best to resolve any issues.

Kind Regards,

Helen Lockwood

t    01942 871500


Astley Park Estate

Kennedy Road



M29 7JY

Jo, a local farmer, has offered the following advice with regards hedge cutting season:

It's that time of year when farmers and the council are cutting roadside hedges , so can people please be very careful when they see tractors doing this job as it's possible for pieces of hedge or debris to come flying out at very high speed; please pass by sensibly in cars/on motorbikes  as normal and please don't come near them if on foot on bicylce or horseback, until the tractor driver has noticed you and switched off/slowed down. We are always on the lookout for other approaching road users but our attention will be on controlling the machinery  and therefore we may not spot you straight away. Thank you.

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