The community: Located two miles East of Chester centre with close access to the M56/M53 motorways leading to Manchester and Liverpool airports. A rail service to London in 2hr 12min’s. The parish history is of agriculture, arable, and dairy farming. Home to 2200 residents with around 1000 homes; a popular village school, and Pre-school, Post Office, and a world famous school of dance and drama. Three pub restaurants, two churches, recreational play facility, tea room, tennis club, village hall and club, Caravan Club park, cycle paths, and a fast broadband service. We like it here!
The Council (MTPC) would like to invite everyone to give us their opinions and designs for a Logo for your council. The competition will close 1st November and email your entries to: email@example.com; or hard copy to me at 2 Dee Road. The brief is that it needs to incorporate the title MTPC in some way and a cheerful positive reflection of living in Mickle Trafford.
Next full council meeting is on the Monday 11th October at 6.30pm in the Village Hall. The Planning and Finance committees meet on the 4th October 6.30pm. All are welcome to attend. If you would like to talk to Councillors there is a ten minute slot at the start of the meeting for you/public to speak. Even better if you are considering being a Councillor! One position still available.
If you notice any unusual incursion on to land locally with intentions to create an illegal camp at any time please call the Council helpline on 0300 123 7035 now please. If you see something you are concerned about on the A56 around Morley Bridge call 101 and ask for Police response and report the location of concern. They will be expecting your call. It’s a case of when, so a quick reaction is paramount please.
When the present Mickle Trafford Village was constructed in the 1970s a planning condition was placed on most properties that no fence, wall, gate or other means of enclosure shall be erected beyond the foremost wall of any dwelling which front on a highway without the consent of the District Planning Authority. This condition is still believed to be in force so if you are contemplating placing a fence in front of your house please check with the local planning authority, CWaC, first or else you may end up just having to take it down again.” For more information please look under the tab ‘Neighbour plan’ for an up to date paper on these subjects with a reflection on what was decreed way back in the conception of the two open plan estates.
The Parish Council is keen to support direct and open communication with the public and residents. If you are unable to find what you are looking for here please contact our Clerk and we will provide you with answers. Check out the drop down menus in the menu bar above for meeting minutes and the like.
Clerk: Derek Bowker. firstname.lastname@example.org __________________________________________________________________________
One Parish Council vacancy is now available. If you are interested please give me a call for an informal chat as to what the notice is about. John Taylor 07962182616. Check out the official notice on the ‘Council Documents’ sub menu above.