Whilst Cheshire West & Chester Council are renting out the Station Master’s House for a commercial café at Hadlow Road Station, it is business as usual for the community pop-up café provided by Friends of Hadlow Road Station (FHRS) volunteers. The FHRS café will continue to be open every other Sunday in the summer months through volunteers who provide their time free of charge. All profits from FHRS’ café are used to enhance the local environment at the station.
The commercial café that will be operated from the Station Master’s House is totally independent from the FHRS café. Our committee members are exploring how competition between the two cafés can be minimised.
In the meantime, we hope that our customers will continue to support us. Opening dates in July and August 2017 are 16th & 30th July and 13th & 27th Aug; from 10:30 to 13:30.
We look forward to seeing new and repeat customers taking advantage of our tasty offerings on these dates whilst taking in the 1950’s ambience of Hadlow Road Station!
Chris Hampshire, Chair
Last year, the Poppy Appeal in Willaston raised £3484.00. There is now a vacancy now for a new Poppy Appeal Organiser in the village to arrange for the collection this year. Please support this vital work of support for our servicemen and women and the upkeep of Remembrance for those who gave the ultimate sacrifice.
The K6 telephone kiosk that has stood on the platform of Hadlow Road Station for many years has now been removed and transported to Norfolk for a full refurbishment at a cost of over £4,500. This money was raised by Friends of Hadlow Road Station (FHRS) through various successful grant applications over the last 2 years. The restoration work will be undertaken over the next couple of months and the K6 telephone kiosk will be returned to Hadlow Road Station in a pristine condition and put back in the same location.
To see a short video of the removal of the kiosk, click here.
Hadlow Road Station Cafe – Breakfast Brunch
Sunday 30th July from 10.30am to 1.30pm
(Please note, new opening times)
Bacon brunch (vegetarian alternative)
Why not call in??
The Willaston and District Horticultural Society 70th Annual Show takes place on Saturday 5th August at Willaston Services Club. For more information, click on the poster below.
A list has been generated for contact numbers for CWAC, their various departments and other local organisations. Hopefully this will be a useful quick resource for villagers to use in the event. To access the list, click here: Contact Details.
Also, the Council’s webpage is below as this too may prove useful: