Category Archives: News

Protect Northwich Victoria Infirmary

As our population in Northwich increases our health care should not be decreasing. This petition is for the residents of Northwich and surrounding areas to voice their strong concerns at the recent news that James Sumner (Chief Executive at Mid Cheshire Hospitals) has announced that opening times at the minor injuries unit will remain as…
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Community Champions

The Council is bringing together a network of community champions so they can play their part to keep communities safe, share important information and advice with residents and report any feedback they may have. This network will help build on the coordinated community response in west Cheshire since the start of the pandemic. Community champions…
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Redundancy Response from Cheshire West and Chester Council

Redundancy-Response-Leaflet-3_5990_DigitalDownload We provide responsive and sensitive support at point of need to both businesses and individuals facing issues related to redundancy or downsizing. Our Redundancy Action Support Team (RAST) offer advice and guidance services to employers addressing redundancy issues in Cheshire West. The wider team comprises professional, private and public sector organisations, whose aim is…
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Parish council meeting to be held 4th August from 7pm Remote Meeting Instructions for members of the public

Liz Cook Parish Clerk is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting. Topic: Parish Meeting Time: Aug 4, 2020 07:00 PM London Join Zoom Meeting https://zoom.us/j/6928917889?pwd=UzFmMmlFWVVYcVJCZTl0L3Nlb0gvZz09 Meeting ID: 692 891 7889 Passcode: LachDennis One tap mobile +442034815240,,6928917889#,,,,,,0#,,2764533315# United Kingdom +442039017895,,6928917889#,,,,,,0#,,2764533315# United Kingdom Dial by your location         +44 203 481 5240 United Kingdom         +44 203 901…
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The playground has reopened!

Playground signage The risk assessment and sanitising of the playground along with the mandatory signage has been completed by the parish council. THE PLAYGROUND IS NOW OPEN! Please be advised should any signs be removed, or any behaviour be observed, that would prejudice other users will result in the playground being immediately locked .
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Parish council meeting to be held 4th August from 7pm – Remote Meeting Guidelines

Remote Meeting Guidelines for members of the public The Government have now issued the regulations that give local authorities greater flexibility in the conduct of meetings, including allowing members to attend remotely, and for public and press access to those meetings. These ‘Regulations’ (The Local Authorities and Police and Crime Panels (Coronavirus) (Flexibility of Local Authority and Police and Crime Panel Meetings) (England and Wales) Regulations 2020) came into force on 4 April 2020. Following the new regulations Lach Dennis Parish Council will be holding some Council meetings using Zoom on line meeting platform.  Before the meeting  1.The Agenda will be placed on the website and on the notice board (if possible) as normal (i.e. with three clear days of notice).  2.Any member of the public and press who wishes to attend the meeting will need to download Zoom. Please visit : https://zoom.us/meetings  where you will be able to download the App. The website gives tutorials and demonstrations on how to download Zoom and how to join meetings.  3.The Clerk will put a link, on the website, to join the Zoom meeting by 5pm of the day of the meeting. The Clerk will also include the meeting ID and password.   4.Members of the public are welcome (as usual) to send any questions or comments to the Clerk prior to the meeting via email to clerk@lachdennisandlostockgreen.co.uk. These must be received by 5pm on the day of the meeting. The Clerk will present any representations received to the Councillors to address.   The meeting  1.The Chair of the Council or a Committee will Chair the meeting.  2.The Clerk of the Council will host the meeting on Zoom.  3.Members of the public will enter a “waiting room” on Zoom and wait for the Clerk to approve their attendance. It would be helpful if members of the public could “name their videos” so that the Chair and Clerk can refer to them correctly.  4.All attendees will be muted on entry to the meeting.  5.Members of the public will be able to make representation during the public forum, only if they have sent their “item for discussion” to the clerk beforehand. This means that if there are unforeseen technical difficulties on the evening, the clerk can present your item to the councillors for you.  6.Members of the public will be asked to “put their hand up” using the icon on Zoom if they wish to speak during the public forum.  7.The Clerk will “unmute” members of the public who wish to speak at the instruction of the Chair.  8.At the conclusion of the public forum the Clerk will “mute” all members of the public.    9.The required standards of behaviour and discussion are the same whether in remote or face-to face meetings.  Members of the public who use or display inappropriate or offensive language and/or behaviour will be removed from the meeting to the waiting room. This includes any inappropriate backdrops on display on the video.  10.The Council will discuss, via email, prior to the meeting any items which are considered sufficiently confidential as to warrant exclusion of members of the press and public under the provisions of The Public Bodies (Admission to Meetings) Act 1960 and will advise of the outcome of any discussions at the meeting.    After the meeting  1.The Clerk will take the minutes of the meeting as usual.  2.Members of the Council and the Clerk will review how the meeting went and may make some changes to the process if necessary.      Liz Cook Clerk to Lach Dennis Parish Council   Telephone: 07771638324  Email:  clerk@lachdennisandlostockgreen.co.uk
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Council asks for views on its Highways Service

Cheshire West and Chester Council is asking for views on its Highways Service, which is responsible for assets in excess of £5 billion. The Highways Service keeps the borough’s road network moving and is important to everyone, from residents and visitors to the emergency services and travel companies. However, as well as roads and pavements,…
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Please find attached a stakeholder bulletin from David Keane, Police & Crime Commissioner for Cheshire, and Chief Constable Darren Martland, Cheshire Constabulary. The bulletin provides an update on the role of Cheshire Constabulary and the Office of the Police & Crime Commissioner in helping with the ongoing national emergency of the Coronavirus pandemic. This is the last edition of the special Covid-19 Stakeholder Bulletin you will receive. From August, you will receive a monthly Joint Stakeholder Bulletin covering key news updates from both the Office of the Police & Crime Commissioner for Cheshire and Cheshire Constabulary.

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