Parish Council News

December draft minutes published

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The draft minutes of the Parish Council meeting held on the 2nd December have just been published on the Council’s website.

Thank you to all who attended the discussion on the Council’s priorities.

Click here to view the minutes.

December Parish Council Agenda published

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The agenda for the next meeting of the Parish Council on Monday 2nd December has just been published on the Council’s website.

This meeting will be slightly different to our normal meetings as we are opening up the discussion about the Council’s priorities moving forward to residents, businesses and organisations.

So if you would like to be part of this important discussion please join us on Monday the 2nd December in the Barbour Institute, our meeting starts at 7.30pm, however we expect the discussion to start at around 8.00pm following some items of regular council business.

To view the agenda and documents please click here.

Council Priority Setting

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Tattenhall & District Parish Council are looking for help from organisations and businesses in Tattenhall to help set and deliver their proprieties moving forward.

The Parish Council recognises the need to see the ‘bigger picture’ when setting its priorities and that the Council has not got the resources or expertise to deliver all its priorities alone.

As such the Council is inviting organisations and businesses to attend its next Parish Council meeting on Monday 2nd December at the Barbour Institute to take part in an open discussion about what the Council’s priorities should be moving forward.

Best Kept Village Comments

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The Best Kept Village awards judges comments for Tattenhall can be viewed by clicking here.

Squirrel Trail Pictures Available

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We were lucky enough to have a resident take pictures of almost all the Squirrels from our Squirrel Trail earlier this year and present them the Council in an album.

Our chairman has weaved his magic and these pictures are now available for all to see online by clicking here, Enjoy!