Cheshire West and Chester Council is currently consulting on what form of community representation would be best for our area. Two options include continuing with a body like ourselves or forming a Parish Council. You can find out more by clicking here.
Please put your views forward. You can do this by a simple on-line survey which asks how you put your views forward on what is happening in your area. To reach this, click here. Alternatively, you can email firstname.lastname@example.org and quote ‘Community Governance Review Ellesmere Port’ in the subject field, phone 01244 972283 or write to The Research Team, CWaC Council, 4 Civic Way, Ellesmere Port CH65 0BE.
The consultation ends on 14th December.
Willaston and South Wirral Rotary are proud to announce the Christmas schedule for the Christmas lights switch on at The Green on Thursday 1st December from 5:45pm.
Also Santa’s sleigh will be making two visits to Willaston this year, firstly on Wednesday 14th December, returning for his second visit on Tuesday 20th December.
For full details of both the switching on of the lights and Santa’s sleigh routes, please click on the poster below:
There will be Christmas Country Markets held on Friday 9th, 16th and 23rd December where in addition to the usual produce, there will be range of home made Christmas themed delights, please click on the below poster for additional information:
HADLOW ROAD STATION
Sunday 11th December
From 1pm to 4pm.
Please come and support this fantastic community event where there will be Mulled wine, light refreshments and entertainment along with children being able to visit Santa in his grotto in the signal box.
Tickets on sale every Saturday from on the village green. For more information, please click on poster below.
Could you be Willaston’s new Poppy Appeal organiser? After seven years in the role, Julie Jones is stepping down from organising the annual Poppy Appeal. So someone else is needed to co-ordinate collectors and support people to raise funds. If you would be interested in taking on this role, contact Julie on 0151 327 1334.
Do you fancy a gentle stroll around Willaston? In 1977 Willaston Residents’ & Countryside Society devised a series of walks to celebrate the Queen’s Silver Jubilee. The walks have recently been updated. During 2015, thanks to funding from Merseyside and West Cheshire Area Ramblers, the Society has been able to purchase new way mark posts and signs for the walks and a dedicated team of volunteers has been steadily erecting them.
For further information on these walks, please see the following document willaston-village-walks or follow the link to the footpaths page http://willastoninwirralresidents.org/willaston-footpaths/
A list has been generated for contact numbers for CWAC and their various departments, hopefully this will be a useful quick resource for villagers to use in the event they need to contact the council directly:
Also, the councils webpage is below as this too may prove useful: