Over 200 surveys were completed and returned to the Parish Council giving the views of local residents on how parking could be improved on the High Street. The results of the survey showed a consensus supporting the introduction of time limited parking on both sides of the high street between Monday and Friday. Taking these results into consideration and also the experience and knowledge from the highways department of CWAC, plans are now being drawn up for a trial scheme to be implemented on the high street. The scheme seeks to address several issues including improved traffic flow and an increase in the turnover of high street parking spaces. Additional consultation will be publicised over the coming weeks before any scheme is introduced, please check the Parish Council website and notice board for updates.
Tarporley Hospitals Giving Tree
Thanks to the contact made by the Parish Council with Taylor Wimpey (the developers building the new houses off Brook Rd), the first step has been taken towards the installation of a Giving Tree at Tarporley War Memorial Hospital. Taylor Wimpey kindly supplied the MDF and the man power to install the board on the wall in the reception area, on which a tree is to be painted (early July) by Lorna Green. By giving a donation towards the valuable work of the Hospital, members of the public will be able to have their name or that of a relative inscribed on a leaf. For more information, please contact Karen Urmston at the Hospital Tel 01829 732436 email@example.com
Temporary closure of Tarporley Library
Tarporley Library will be closed during the summer holidays due to major building works taking place at the High School. The high school is undergoing £2.5M of improvement work that is scheduled to be completed in December 2016. The Library will close at 7pm on Monday 18th July and will reopen at 1:30pm on Thursday 8th September. Normal opening hours will resume from this point.
Loans will not be due for return during this time, but can still be renewed online or by calling 0845 148 0148. Customers are invited to use other local librarys in Tarvin, Tattenhall, Sandiway and Winsford during the closure.
This month we welcome two new faces to our community. Abigail Webb has become the Parish Council’s first Projects Coordinator, she will be working with our current clerk, Ann Wright, to coordinate the many projects the Parish Council wishes to undertake over the next year or two. Some projects arise from the actions identified in the Neighbourhood Plan; others from our interest in the Best Kept Village Competition and others involve the amenities we provide, such as the Christmas lights, the playground behind the community centre and what will be the new leisure land off Brook Rd. Abigail can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org
We also have a new policeman covering our area. PC Philip Monks has taken over from PC Wayne Thomas as the new beat manager for the Tarporley area. He can be contacted at Philip.email@example.com. He will be supervising the work of our PCSO Kenneth Williamson Kenneth.firstname.lastname@example.org
Despite the torrential rain on the morning of the Carnival, the event was, as ever, a tremendous success and huge thanks must go to all those involved in the organisation. Thank you also to everyone who came and talked to us at our stall and congratulations to Emma Lovelock for winning our raffle.
Tarporley Parish Councillors:
Chairman: Councillor Ken Parker. Vice-Chair: Councillor Gill Clough
Parish Clerk: Mrs Ann Wright, 62 Well Street, Malpas SY14 8QH.
email@example.com Tel 01948 861 035
Projects Coordinator: Ms Abigail Webb,
Elaine Chapman ..……………..733972 Julie Hall ……………………… 734078
Gill Clough ……………………… 733545 John Millington ……………. 730921
James Kennedy ……07900 276 217 Gordon Pearson …………….733813
Jeremy Mills …………………… 730898 Richard Statham …………. 732940
Ken Parker …………………….. 732188 Peter Tavernor ………….…. 732165
Andrew Wallace …………….. 732467 Nigel Taylor ……………….…. 732538
Parish Council Meetings
Second Monday of each month (except August) in the Committee Room of the Community Centre. Each meeting starts at 7 pm with an Open Forum, during which members of the public can address the whole Council on matters of concern to them. At 6.30 pm, prior to this meeting, the Parish Council holds a surgery where members of the public can talk to one to one with individual councillors on an informal basis.
Visit www.tarporley.org.uk to keep to date with Council agendas, minutes and other information.
Local Cheshire West and Chester Councillor – Councillor Eveleigh Moore Dutton 07711 817 060
PC 4372 Philip Monks e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
PCSO Kenneth Williamson e-mail email@example.com