Parish Council News

 

CWAC cost of living newsletter

Cost of living newsletter

 

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PCSO surgery

 

Tuesday 9th July, between 5pm – 6pm.

Princess Road, Allostock. A police vehicle will be parked near to the play area.

 

Monday 15th July, between 3pm - 4pm.

Costa Coffee, Lostock Gralam.

 

Friday 19th July, between 5pm – 6pm.

Hulme Lane, Lower Peover. A Police vehicle to be parked near to the shop.

 

Thursday 25th July, between 11am – 12pm.

Lostock Green Church, Birches Lane, as part of the community hub.

 

Wednesday 31st July, between 7pm – 8pm.

This will be online on Shakerley Police Face Book.

 

Everyone is welcome to come along to say hello and discuss any local issues or concerns.

 

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Volunteer Litter Picking

 

Members of the public wishing to become a regular volunteer litter picker in the parish can arrange equipment by registering with CWAC on the below link:

Book litter picking equipment

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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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Parish Council Meetings

 

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

Public welcome.

 

Monday 1st July 2024 – 7.00 pm

Monday 5th August 2024 – 7.00 pm

Monday 2nd September 2024 – 7.00 pm

Monday 7th October 2024 – 7.00 pm

Monday 4th November 2024 – 7.00 pm

Monday 2nd December 2024 – 7.00 pm

 

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CHESHIRE STORED OIL RECOVERY PROJECT

 

OPA (The Oil & Pipe lines Agency) has written to inform key stakeholders that the Cheshire Stored Oil Recovery Project (CSORP) is due to recommence shortly. The project restart will also coincide with the reinstatement of the CSORP website (www.csorp.net) which will provide full details of the recovery project.

 

Cheshire Stored Oil Recovery Project