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Gawsworth Parish Council is hosting a virtual Parish Meeting on Wednesday 16th September at 7:30pm.
You will hear from the Parish Council on its work over the past year, plans for the next few months and have the opportunity to discuss any issues affecting Gawsworth and put questions and suggestions to the council and wider community.
You can join the meeting using Zoom or watch and interact via the Gawsworth Life Facebook page.
Questions and suggestions can also be submitted in advance by emailing clerk@ gawsworthpc.org.uk.
To join the meeting via Zoom click here: Gawsworth Virtual Parish Meeting.
NOTICE OF PUBLIC RIGHTS AND PUBLICATION OF
UNAUDITED ANNUAL GOVERNANCE & ACCOUNTABILITY RETURN
ACCOUNTS FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31 MARCH 2020
Local Audit and Accountability Act 2014 Sections 26 and
27 The Accounts and Audit Regulations 2015 (SI 2015/234)
The Gawsworth Neighbourhood Plan has advanced to the next stage after being submitted to Cheshire East Council. The plan is now subject to a six-week consultation (Regulation 16 Consultation) where residents are able to submit their comments on the proposed plan directly to Cheshire East Council.
All comments received in this consultation will be considered by an independent Planning Examiner who will decide whether changes are required to the plan’s policies.
As the plan progresses, the weight it carries in planning decisions builds and already Cheshire East Council will begin noting the policies in the emerging plan when appraising applications.
The Gawsworth Neighbourhood Plan and all associated documents may be accessed, downloaded and viewed via the Neighbourhood Planning pages of Cheshire East Council’s website: Gawsworth Neighbourhood Plan webpage
Hard copies of the neighbourhood plan are available to view at:
Representations on the plan may be made online via the Neighbourhood Planning pages of Cheshire East Council’s website and in writing to: Neighbourhood Planning Team, Westfields, Middlewich Road, Sandbach, CW11 1HZ
Representations on the Gawsworth Neighbourhood Plan must be submitted by 7PM on the 8 September 2020.
In March 2019 the Parish Council submitted a detailed report on the community’s concerns about highway safety on the A536. The report, available below, highlighted that between October 2012 and May 2017 there were 64 personal injury accidents on a 12km stretch of the A536 between Congleton and Macclesfield.
The report contained suggestions to improve highway safety. This report was submitted to Cheshire East Highways Officers – no response was received.
The Parish Council has continued to chase Cheshire East for a response, but to date none has been recieved.
Doorstep delivery of milk and more by Heather, Dennis and Danny has been something Gawsworth residents have valued for very many years.
The Newton family are going to extraordinary lengths to keep us supplied during the crisis. They have over 200 new customers and now serve almost 1000 households. Danny did a great job for Newtons and for Gawsworth when he was interviewed on BBC North West recently.
We are all so grateful and so proud of the Newtons Dairy team.
Follow them on Facebook and meet the cows that make your milk.
The Gawsworth Community is coming together to support those who are self-isolating due to the spread of COVID-19.
The group of volunteers can help with things such as:Read more
We’ve reached a key milestone in preparing the Gawsworth Neighbourhood Plan with the launch of the Regulation 14 Consultation (catchy title, we know). This is a statutory stage of the plan where key we invite the community and key consultees (such as Historic England) to read the plan and send us their suggested changes.Read more
Gawsworth Parish Council is committed to providing our residents with a well-maintained community and wish to find a new contractor or contractors to undertake a range of parish maintenance duties across our area.Read more
D&G are running a new hourly service in conjunction with the hourly service provided by Arriva North West
This means that in effect it is now a half hourly service during the middle of the day. New timetables have been posted on the bus stops.Read more
The jubilation in March that Cheshire East Council refused EE permission for the installation of a mast at Penningtons Lane had turned into dismay as it transpires that, due to an administrative blunder and a technicality EE has gained permission and plans to proceed with its installation. Read more