The Parish Council has launched its Spinney Project part of a wider plan to create a Nature Park for Tattenhall.
The Council commissioned CW&C to develop and cost a scheme to improve The Spinney creating paths, seating areas and improving the biodiversity of the area which is currently sadly underused.
The Council is encouraging residents and businesses to let them know what they think of these plans and whether they would make use of the improved area.
The Council is working an a grant application to fund the first phase of the master plan focusing on The Spinney itself and hopes to get plenty of support from the community to help this application.
The Agenda and information for the next meeting of the Parish Council has just been published on the Council’s website.
The meeting which is on Monday the 2nd November from 7.30pm will be held virtually via Zoom any member of the public wishing to attend the meeting should contact the Clerk in advance to obtain access information.
The agenda for the next meeting of Tattenhall & District Youth Council has just been published on the Council’s website.
The Youth Council would love to welcome new members aged between 10 and 18 years.
Our meetings are currently being held virtually using ZOOM, usually starting at 5pm and lasting around an hour.
This is a real opportunity for young people to get involved and have a say in their community.
The draft minutes of the October meeting of the Parish Council have now been published on the Council’s website.
The draft minutes of the Neighbourhood Plan Review Committee held on the 23rd July, have just been published on the Council’s website.
The Minutes include copies of the slides from the presentation by Daniel Stone on low carbon neighbourhood planning from the Centre for Sustainable Energy.