Cheshire West and Chester Council are currently developing a package of support for community groups wishing to reap the benefits of renewable energy generation. Please follow the link below for further details. Community Energy ChALC
The next Farmers’ & Food Makers’ Market will be on SATURDAY 1 August in Market Square, Neston between 9am and 1pm. Come and enjoy the best locally grown and farmed produce, artisan and specialist food products and much more. Whatever your tastes you’re sure to find something to enjoy. From pies to preserves, gourmet chocolate to […]
Neston Village Fair is one of the most treasured events in the town’s calendar. Back in 2000 it was originally envisaged as a one-off celebration for the Millennium. However, public demand has led to it being run every year since, attracting thousands of visitors and raising many thousands of pounds for good causes. This year’s […]
Pete Eccleston has had to resign his membership of Neston Town Council because of a work transfer to London which could last six months or more. Pete was coopted to fill a vacancy on the Council in September last year and was re-elected in May as a representative of Parkgate Ward. Commenting on the resignation, […]
Neston Town councillors have been briefed on the Cheshire West & Chester’s new Labour administration’s priorities. At an informal meeting with all four local CWaC councillors, members were told of priorities to improve school performance, to make Cheshire West a cleaner, safer and greener place and to make the council more open, transparent and accountable. […]
New local MP Justin Madders described as “productive” his informal meeting with members of Neston Town Council last week for an exchange of views. After the meeting he said, “There was a lot of agreement on the future priorities for the town.” Councillors pressed the case for improvements especially to the rail service for Neston, […]
Improved bus services and better connections at Shotton also vital says Council.
Green: Low risk.
Few mosquitoes in our traps and few immature stages in the pools. Neston residents are unlikely to be bitten.
The forecast should continue to be green until at least August 12 as the pools where the mosquitoes breed are completely dry
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