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  • Parkgate Play Area

    Neston Town Council has earmarked £25,000 from its New Homes Bonus (NHB) allocation to improve play provision in the Neston area. A working group involving Town Councillors, CW&C councillors and officers, and community representatives are advising the Council on priorities. First to benefit will be the Ropewalk play area in Parkgate. The Town Council and […]

Important Information

Grant support for local organisations

Neston Town Council is piloting a new small grants programme which will provide one-off small grants (maximum £300) to local voluntary groups. Cllr Kay Loch said “The Town Council recognises the excellent contribution that small voluntary organisations make to Neston and we hope that this programme will help support their work”. If any organisations would […]

No change for local Band D taxpayers

Neston Town Council agreed at its meeting last night, to keep the level of council tax for Band D taxpayers for 2017-18 at £37.43, for a third consecutive year. This will result in a request to Cheshire West and Chester Council for a precept of £213,426 a reduction of £112.00 or 0.05%. The council has […]

Neston Calendar 2018

Neston will be producing its own calendar for 2018 with the aim of celebrating the scenery and life of Neston. We are encouraging as many people as possible to submit photographs and the winning entries (to be judged by an impartial panel) will be included in the calendar. If you would like to find out […]

Grant for Local Artists

A Town Council grant has ensured the continuation this year of Neston and District Art Society’s annual exhibition. Making the presentation of the grant certificate confirming the award on Monday of this week, Town Mayor Cllr Mike Shipman said how much the annual exhibition contributed to the cultural life of the town. This year’s is […]

Neston Victorian Christmas Festival – An update from the Mayor

What a triumph of Community celebration!  Hundreds of people at the event all afternoon and into the evening, and a packed Market Square for the finale.  It was remarkable how many people stopped me to praise the event and to ask me to thank the organisers.  And every one of the 50 or more stallholders […]

Neston Town Council helping local people into work

Following a successful collaboration with Train to Change earlier in the year which resulted in five Neston residents obtaining permanent employment, the Town Council has agreed to fund a more ambitious project which aims to improve the employment prospects of a further nine Neston residents. Train to change is a not-for-profit company based in Ellesmere […]

The World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims

Neston Town Council deputy mayor Councillor Ceri Lloyd attended this event in Liverpool on 20 November 2016. The event is organised by the national charity RoadPeace, and is an opportunity for the families and friends of those killed on the roads to remember their loved ones, and for the wider community to acknowledge the suffering […]

Mosquito Monitoring 2016


The latest monitoring update has been made and is available here.

Our mosquito FAQ is viewable here. An outline of our monitoring program is available here.

Send us feedback on our monitoring reports by using our online form available here.

The information on this site about mosquitoes is provided for general reference purposes only. Whilst every effort is made to ensure that the information is up to date and accurate, neither Neston Town Council nor Professor Clarkson do not warrant, nor do they accept any responsibility or liability for, the accuracy or completeness of this content or for any loss which may arise from reliance on this information.