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  • ‘Artisan Element’ to be added to Neston’s Historic Friday Market

    Neston’s monthly Farmers’ and Food Makers’ Market will no longer take place so that Neston Town Council can begin work on developing a new, innovative  “Artisan Element” to the Historic Friday market. Claire Evans, Assets and Events Manager for Neston Town Council said “We’ve been carefully reviewing all of our markets and exploring scenarios to enhance […]

  • Small Grants Programme

    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 […]

  • 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

Casual Vacancy for Riverside Ward

NESTON TOWN COUNCIL  CASUAL VACANCY  NOTICE OF VACANCY IN THE OFFICE OF PARISH COUNCILLOR NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, pursuant to Section 87(2) of the Local Government Act 1972, that A VACANCY HAS BEEN DECLARED ON THE ABOVE PARISH COUNCIL FOR A MEMBER TO REPRESENT THE RIVERSIDE WARD . ANY TEN ELECTORS IN THE TOWN WARD OF […]

Riverside Ward Vacancy

Riverside Ward Town Councillor James Wilkie has resigned from Neston Town Council as he shortly plans to move out of the area. Mr Wilkie joined the Council in 2013, he was heavily involved in the production of the Neighbourhood Plan for Neston and was a member of the Community Steering Group.  He was also very […]

Friends of West Vale Park

Friends of West Vale Park were distracted from their work building a hibernaculum on Friday.  The Town Mayor arrived to present a Town Council grant to support their Family Fun Day planned for August and to see what was going on. Rangers Paul Taylor and Amanda Pritchard explained that they were creating in a small […]

Parking in Neston and Parkgate

Neston Town Council welcomes the consultation on a parking strategy for the Cheshire West and Chester area.  Availability of parking is a real concern and the Town Council is pleased that there is currently no proposal for parking charges in Neston and Parkgate. The Town Council has responded to the consultation stressing the need for […]

Town Council Funds Training

Train To Change (UK) Ltd are proud to work with Neston Town Council and successfully obtain their Assist Grant to train local Neston residents in obtaining accredited fork lift truck training and help them into full time work with local employers. To date Train To Change has trained 7 learners with 5 of them passing […]

Monthly Neston Farmers’ and Food Makers’ Market takes a bow to make way for new Artisan element at Neston’s Historic Friday market.

The monthly Neston’s Farmers’ and Food Makers’ Market, scheduled to take place, on Saturday 4th February 2016, will not now take place so that Neston Town Council can begin work on developing a new, innovative  “Artisan Element” to the Historic Friday market. Claire Evans, Assets and Events Manager for Neston Town Council said “We’ve been […]

Acting Up

Neston’s Little Actors Theatre Company is assured a varied repertoire this year thanks to a grant from Neston Town Council. Town Mayor Cllr Mike Shipman popped in to their session last weekend to present them with their certificate.  Leaders Natasha Symms and Mike Lockley were about to begin a workshop with the Junior and Senior […]

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.