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Parish Council to fund more gully emptying

Parish Council to fund more gully emptying

Alderley Edge Parish Council has agreed to fund supplementary gully emptying across the village. At their meeting on Monday, 9th March, members approved…
Masterplan plan unveiled to create 'a park that is fit for our community'

Masterplan plan unveiled to create 'a park that is fit for our community'

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…
New format introduced for annual meeting of village residents

New format introduced for annual meeting of village residents

Members of the public are invited to attend the Annual Parish Meeting which will follow a new format this year. The Annual Parish Meeting will be held…
'Poshest' welcome to Alderley Edge

'Poshest' welcome to Alderley Edge

The first of the new signs are now in place to mark the road boundaries and welcome people to our village. The new boundary signs were erected today (Thursday,…
Parish Council provides update on car parking

Parish Council provides update on car parking

In late 2015 and early 2016, as we promised we would, we completed our review of the village's parking needs, putting forward a number of possible options.…
1000 bulbs planted to brighten up Wood Gardens

1000 bulbs planted to brighten up Wood Gardens

Parish councillors Bev Chapman, Geoff Hall and Craig Browne joined volunteers from the Alderley Edge in Bloom Group and local residents on Saturday, 19th…
Parish Council votes to keep precept at same level

Parish Council votes to keep precept at same level

At their meeting on Monday, 14th January, Alderley Edge Parish Council agreed to keep the precept at the same level for the next financial year. Therefore…
Which sign do you prefer - black or white?

Which sign do you prefer - black or white?

As many local residents will be aware, Alderley Edge Parish Council is looking to develop new boundary signs to mark the road boundaries to our village.…
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Parish Council introduces its two new members

Parish Council introduces its two new members

Following the resignations of Ruth Norbury & Ilana Higham in November 2018, Alderley Edge Parish Council are pleased to confirm the co-option of Cllrs…
Parish Council selects two new members

Parish Council selects two new members

Alderley Edge Parish Council has selected two new members following the resignation of Ilana Higham and Ruth Norbury. Both Ilana and Ruth, who joined…
Second interactive speed sign installed

Second interactive speed sign installed

The Parish Council have invested in an additional Speed Indicator Device (SID) at a cost of £1,889 as a traffic calming measure on Heyes Lane. Councillor…
Residents stick with traditional design

Residents stick with traditional design

As many local residents will be aware, Alderley Edge Parish Council is looking to develop new boundary signs to mark the road boundaries to our village.…
Parish Council recommends refusal of plan for houses on land left to RSPCA

Parish Council recommends refusal of plan for houses on land left to RSPCA

Over 40 members of the public attended the Alderley Edge Parish Council meeting on Monday, 10th September, to express their concerns over plans to build…
Parish Council continues drive to tackle speeding

Parish Council continues drive to tackle speeding

Alderley Edge Parish Council continues to support local volunteers in running regular Community Speedwatch sessions around the village and at their meeting…
Residents invited to 2018 Annual Parish Meeting

Residents invited to 2018 Annual Parish Meeting

Members of the public are invited to attend the Annual Parish Meeting which will be held in the Emerson Suite at the Festival Hall on Monday, 30th April.…
CCTV coverage comes under the spotlight

CCTV coverage comes under the spotlight

The Parish Council will be keeping a close eye on the effectiveness of the CCTV cameras in Alderley Edge following their failure to capture recent incidents…
Parish Council exploring new ways to tackle dog fouling

Parish Council exploring new ways to tackle dog fouling

Alderley Edge Parish Council is exploring ways to tackle the growing problem of dog fouling, which selfish owners are leaving around the village. Craig…