Councillor Craig Browne has been in discussions with officers from ANSA at Cheshire East Council since the summer of 2019 to discuss ideas and aspirations for the village park.
As a result they have produced a masterplan which is intended to show how the park might evolve over the next few years.
Proposals includes reopening the public toilets which will be managed by a refreshments concession, an area for skating, a performance space with room for seating and improved play facilities for older children.
In addition to improvements to the bowling green, the introduction of more seating and a new noticeboard in the park, the Parish Council is keen to support an initiative by the Alderley Edge in Bloom group to introduce a community orchard in the grassed area between the railway line and the footpath leading down from the steps near to the park entrance.
Cllr Craig Browne said "The proposed improvements are likely to cost in the region of £100,000 and therefore by necessity they will be introduced gradually, as and when funding becomes available."
The Parish Council have considered the masterplan and will be feeding back their own thoughts and priorities.
Cllr Bev Chapman commented "We are determined to improve our green spaces and to support the village environment, as well as encouraging biodiversity; however, we recognise that getting this right is going to take time and cost money. We want a park that is fit for our community."
Cllr Craig Browne added "Before going back to ANSA with our comments on their proposals, we would like to invite residents to provide us with their feedback and aspirations for the park. Please use the comments box below to leave your suggestions, which we will collate and then report back to ANSA by the end of January."