Kingsley Village
in the heart of Cheshire

Cheshire West and Chester Borough Council

Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984

Top Road, Guests Slack, Brookside, Kingsley

16 July 2024

Road Closure

Top Road, Kingsley, Cheshire West and Chester

16 July - 16 July

Roadworks, Delays likely

Traffic management: Road closure

Description: DDE CAT 2H Patch repair carriageway defects raised (Perm C/W Pothole 50mm/0.5m2)

Works location: Top Road Kingsley Frodsham . Located nr 33 see photos and pin drop Feature ID: C709/03

Responsibility for works: Cheshire West And Chester Council

Current status: Planned work about to start

Works reference: UE50010041253


Roadworks

Brookside, Kingsley, Cheshire West and Chester

16 July - 16 July

Roadworks, Delays likely

Traffic management: Road closure

Description: DDE CAT 2H Patch repair carriageway defects raised (Perm C/W Pothole 50mm/0.5m2)

Works location: Brookside Kingsley Frodsham - - - Opposite Brookside Cottage. See photos and pin drop Feature ID: C709/05

Responsibility for works: Cheshire West And Chester Council

Current status: Planned work about to start

Works reference: UE50010041226

 

 

Guests Slack, Kingsley, Cheshire West and Chester

16 July - 16 July

Roadworks, Delays likely

Traffic management: Road closure

Description: DDE CAT 2M Patch repair raised defects (Patch Type 4. Area 1-5m2)

Works location: Guest Slack, Kingsley Outside Mill House See photos and pin Feature ID: B5152/C/01

Responsibility for works: Cheshire West And Chester Council

Current status: Planned work about to start

Works reference: UE50010038246

Each week of the year Christians in Kingsley pray specially for people in a different area of the village and its surroundings. During June we think of, and pray for people living in: -

W/c June   2nd Horseshoe Close
W/c June   9th Acres Crescent
W/c June  16th Beechview Road
W/c June  23rd Hunters Hill and Dodgsley Drive
W/c June  30th Higher Heyes Drive

We invite you to add your own prayers

 




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The March 2024 edition of OUR NEWS is here


We are pleased to bring you the latest edition of our newsletter for Neighbourhood Watch supporters across England and Wales.

Here are some highlights in March's edition:

  • ERA offers expert tips on home security when renovating - don't miss out on their Easter competition!
  • You could be eligible to join the SP Energy Network's Priority Services register
  • The Rt Hon Chris Philp MP reflects on the Government's recent ASB Action Plan 

READ THE MARCH NEWSLETTER HERE.

Don't forget...

  • You can now register for our March series of crime prevention webinars - click HERE.
  • NEW Crime prevention booklets are available to buy in the Neighbourhood Watch shop - click HERE.

We hope you enjoy this edition - please share it far and wide with your communities!

The April 2024 Delamere Forest Update can be read by downloading Neighbours Information Update April 2024.pdf

 

Tackling the Climate Emergency

February 2024

Climate Emergency response

Animation sets out progress to address Climate Emergency in west Cheshire

Our Climate Emergency Response Plan has been in place since 2021, outlining both the challenge we face as a borough and the action required to achieve carbon neutrality by 2045. The borough is making good progress taking steps to address the Climate Emergency, but there is still a long way to go. An animated video highlights what has been achieved so far and how carbon reductions are progressing across a number of sectors.

Watch our video to hear about our progress so far

Solar panels on roof

Busting some of the myths around solar photovoltaic systems

One of the latest articles on the Energy for Everyone site looks at solar photovoltaic (PV) systems and some of the common myths and misconceptions around them. From maintenance of the panels to the cost of installing a system, the feature covers a range of topics and links to some other useful articles on this topic.

Read the full article

Local nature recovery strategy

Working together for a wilder Cheshire and Warrington

The Council is working alongside neighbouring authorities and other key partners to develop a Cheshire Local Nature Recovery Strategy. You can play your part in creating this blueprint for nature by sharing how nature matters to you and what actions you think could be taken to help wildlife across Cheshire. Share your views by Sunday, 31 March 2024. Alongside completing the survey, you can also make a pledge for nature on the interactive map.

Read more about the consultation and complete the survey

Borough plan

Four-year plan sets out strong ambitions for the borough

A Borough Plan for Cheshire West and Chester, covering the next four years was approved by Councillors on 15 February. The plan sets out a common vision for the borough, the overarching principles that the Council and partners will work to, and the six missions where we will focus our shared efforts to forge a stronger future.

Read more about the borough plan

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Chester Zoo helps young people in Chester create a greener future

Chester Zoo has received a £532,179 grant from the Westminster Foundation to help young people tackle Britain’s disappearing wildlife. The funding will support the next generation of conservationists to learn about conservation, experience the wellbeing benefits of connection to nature, lead positive change in their communities, and broaden their career aspirations.

Read more about the zoo’s plans

Ginger escooter outside Chester Town Hall

Council fully committed to sustainable travel, following Ginger’s decision to suspend e-scooter trial

The Council has recently reiterated its commitment to sustainable and affordable transport, following the decision by Ginger, the company behind Chester’s trial e-scooter service, to suspend its operations until further noticeThe trial, which had been operating since December 2020, has supported the Council’s Climate Emergency Response Plan, providing a sustainable mode of transport around the city and reducing short, single-occupancy car journeys.

Read the Council’s full statement

Food for the planet

New healthy and sustainable accreditation for businesses that serve food

A new initiative focused on healthy and sustainable food practices is being rolled out by Eco Communities and supported by the West Cheshire Food Partnership. The Food for the Planet accreditation encourages businesses and community food providers to pledge towards sustainable food practices. The national initiative, which is being led locally by Eco Communities, Cheshire West Voluntary Action and the Council, aims to improve our local food system and reduce our community’s impact on the wider environment. A number of food providers have already signed up in west Cheshire and Eco Communities continue to engage with businesses and community food providers across the area.

Read more information about Food for the Planet and how to sign up

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Making community events more sustainable    

Local environmental group, Eco Communities, has created a guide to organising community events in a more sustainable way. With over seven years’ experience organising local events, they are sharing their knowledge in a useful guide and also offering a returnable cup hire scheme to help reduce waste and minimise environmental impact at local events.

Find out more about hosting a sustainable community event

Performers from Mind The Gap

Rural Touring theatre returns this spring

Cheshire Rural Touring Arts, a partnership between Cheshire West and Chester Council and Cheshire East Council, has launched the new spring 2024 artistic programme, taking place at various community venues across Cheshire. The spring programme includes the show Birdie by Mind The Gap, a fun and poignant adventure that blends choreography and original music to tell a powerful and accessible story about climate change for families. 

Find out more about Cheshire Rural Touring Arts Spring programme

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Digital Cleanup Day

With spring just around the corner, many of us might thinking about doing a spring clean in our homes, but have you considered doing a digital declutter? By reducing the number of emails, data and pictures and videos stored on your devices and clouds, you could reduce your carbon footprint and help to extend the life of your electrical equipment. Digital Cleanup Day, organised by Let’s Do it World, takes place on 16 March 2024.

Find out more about this day and tips to help you declutter

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