Parish Council News

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Thank You

 

Thank you to the Police and Crime Commissioner for our Community Action Fund grant towards the cost of CCTV for the Community Centre Play Area.

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Thank You

 

Thank you to the Arnold Clark Community Fund who awarded the Lostock Gralam Parish Council £1000 towards the cost of installing CCTV at the Community Centre Play Area.

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Suggestion Box

 

We now have a Suggestion Box at the Parish Council Noticeboard near to the Hall Lane traffic lights if you'd rather drop us a hand written note/suggestion.

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Facebook 

 

Facebook Group for Lostock Gralam Residents:

 Lostock Gralam Community Together

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Weekly PCSO surgeries

 

Tuesday 5th October 6pm – 7pm

at Lostock Green Methodist Church

 

Friday 15th October 3pm – 4pm

at Lostock Gralam Community Centre

 

Wednesday 20th October 11am – 12pm

at Allostock Village Hall

 

Saturday 30th October 10am – 11am

at Shakerley Mere Car Park

 

All welcome to come along to say hello and discuss any local issues or concerns. I am aware that not everyone will be able to attend these face to face. Therefore, I will also be active on social media during these times.

 

PCSO Chris Flanagan

https://www.facebook.com/ShakerleyPol/

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Parish Council Meetings

 

Parich Council meetings are at the Church Hall on the first Monday of the month at the nee time of 7.00pm.

Public welcome.

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Multi Use Games Area- Open

 

The Lostock Gralam Parish Council is delighted to announce the opening of its long-awaited new sports facility - a MUGA (Multi Use Games Area) at the Stubbs Lane play area.

 

The 30m by 15m MUGA feature’s football goal posts, basketball hoops, cricket stump markings and target practice and replaces a very worn-out grass football pitch.

The MUGA is for all ages, and it is hoped that it will be enjoyed by the community for many years to come.

 

The team tasks with delivering the project raised an impressive £71,000.00, which came from three different grant providers.

 

The Chairman for the project said "The Executive Committee have worked hard through what's been a difficult time to secure both funding and deliver the project...

 

We hope that the MUGA will prove to be a valuable asset to the Lostock Gralam community and that its residents will enjoy their new facility.

 

We'd like to thank both Veolia and FCC for their support in funding this project along with others who helped it become reality"

 

 

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LOSTOCK GRALAM PARISH COUNCIL

  

Parish Councils are the first tier of local government in England.

  

Lostock Gralam Parish Council serve electorates by working towards improving community well being and providing better services at local level.

  

Our three main goals are to represent the local community, deliver services to meet local needs and strive to improve quality of life and community well being. 

  

Lostock Gralam Parish Council represent parish views and objctives to other bodies such as Cheshire West and Chester Council (CWAC), who are the upper tier of local government.

 

If you would like to speak at a Parish Council meeting a public forum is held in the first 15 minutes of each meeting.