All posts by Sue Britton

23 March 2020 Update

With regards to events in the park, due to the current Government guidelines, all activities are cancelled. This includes football, bowls, croquet, cricket etc until further notice. The maintenance of these areas is still programmed in, but there must be some understanding that in this time of crisis, operational teams may be asked to help other service areas to retain business continuity. Events are also cancelled we are not accepting bookings until a review in July. This is a corporate decision to safeguard communities.

There are lots of documents on the Cheshire West and Chester website if you need more info and updates.

All council staff are currently working flat out to try and keep some form of normality and we will continue to update you on your queries. But, until further notice, there will be no events that encourage groups to gather, and social distancing is the Council’s priority at present, and until further notice.

Volunteer Day ………. Wednesday 25th March

Calling all FoWP volunteers!

We are arranging another FoWP Volunteer Day for Wednesday, 25 March from 10.00 to 15.00. This date will coincide with the planting of a number of trees across the park by a group of Lloyds Bank volunteers in association with the Woodland Trust.

Our FoWP volunteers, working in small groups, will provide a Spring tidy-up to the park, including clearing some of the pathways, cutting back overhanging branches and bushes, litter picking and “painting” the balustrade around the patio area by the café.

If you could help, would you let Sue Britton know, and on the day bring along any appropriate tools (wheel barrows, hoes, clippers, secateurs etc.).

Look forward to seeing you then. Initially we’ll meet at the Golf Shop/ Cafe but drop in any time and find us working in the park.
Thanks in advance,
Steve Telford

Hedge Cutting

CWaC have an opportunity to do the hedge lowering around the park. This is to advise residents and users that cutting may start as early as week commencing 10th February and the height of the hedge will be 8 foot. This will make for easier future maintenance.

Play Your Part Consultation

Play your part – public consultation closes 5th December 2019
Cheshire West and Chester Council want to hear your views about:

How could the Council make a difference?
How should we fund tackling these challenges?
How could you and your community play a part?
They want to start a conversation about what the Council’s focus should be for the next four years, how they use their budget and how we may want to get involved.
Consultation is only available until 5th December 2019, so act quickly if you want to participate.

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