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The new March 2020 Highways & ByWays newsletter is under the sub menu ‘Local Newsletter’. Lots of local information and a good read!

Please see below link to Facebook for information what is happening in the Parish with local  voluntary help. We have had a massive response and we thank you! It is now a case of matching residents needs against our resources. If you make contact (with a distance) with our neighbours then that is a good start to make sure they are safe and secure?

https://www.facebook.com/groups/1272437469612743/?ref=share

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There will be no further green bin collections until further notice (CV19). All county household waste disposal sites are now closed. Green collection waste has also ceased.

Welcome to the website of Mickle Trafford. Within the site you will find a host of information on Mickle Trafford and its Parish Council. If you wish to contact the Parish Clerk, please email Derek Bowker at mickletraffordpc@gmail.com.

The new Defibrillator is now in service and located by the main door of the Village Hall. To access the cabinet dial 999 and the Ambulance Service will give you a code to punch in. It is fully automatic and will tell you what to do and when. Call John Taylor on 07962 182616 for further information.

The community is located to the East of Chester consisting of a diverse mixture of 1,200 modern homes, old cottages, gated developments and country piles. Around 2,500 residents.  Many commute by the excellent motorway links to Manchester and Liverpool  whose airports are only 30 minutes away.  The London rail service takes 2 hours 12 minutes.
We have three fine pub restaurants to choose from; Trout Fishery, Shop and Post Office and Shop, and a regular bus service. Our Village Hall is a popular meeting place which hosts events and has a bar, with modern meeting and kitchen facilities.  The area is surrounded by grazing land with farming being a traditional activity.
We benefit by being close (2km) to Chester but far enough away to be rural. The primary school is typical of a small village community and achieves ­­­excellent grades. A quality B&B is in the centre of the village with larger hotels close by.
The local Anglican Church has a history dating back to the Stone Age and on the opposite spectrum we have a massive Shopping Mall, ‘Cheshire Oaks’ and the ‘Coliseum’ about seven miles away. We have the famous Hammond School of dance and drama in the village.  A new Tennis Club has recently opened with outside courts, including a new leisure area with inside courts. It offers a great opportunity for children to learn and exercise and have fun. It is and managed by volunteers so go along and have a look.

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