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  • Update on Parkgate Play Area

    Work has started on the upgrading of the Ropewalk play area in Parkgate. In June a new fence was installed between the allotment area and the “buffer zone” between the allotments and the play area. In the week beginning 19th September work began on the installation of three new pieces of play equipment, a junior […]

  • 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 […]

  • Farmers’ & Food Makers’ Market on Saturday 1st October

    The next Farmers’ & Food Makers’ Market will be on SATURDAY 1st October 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 […]

  • Arts @ The Town Hall Summer Break

    The Arts @ The Town Hall market is taking a break for the summer (from June) – Back in the Autumn! The market will be held on the first Saturday of the month inside Neston Town Hall. If you are an artist, designer or maker, and want to exhibit and sell at Arts @ the […]

Important Information

Stop ‘Apple’ Press!

Neston’s Farmers’ and Food Makers’ Market will have a new attraction on Saturday, 1st October.  We are pleased to announce ‘Wirral Pomona Juice and Cider Making Network’ will be attending and will press your surplus apples into your own delicious juice for you. Dave Ellwand from Pomona said “We founded Wirral Pomona Juice and Cider […]

Turning Neston’s Economic Plan into reality

Jointly commissioned by the Town Council and Cheshire West & Chester Council and prepared by Nexus Consulting, the plan contains an analysis of the state of the local economy and sets out a series of ambitious but realistic recommendations for action. These seek to Provide clarity on the future economic potential of Neston Promote viable […]

New ward councillors for Neston, Parkgate and Riverside

Following recent resignations, the Council saw its full complement restored at its meeting last Tuesday evening with the co-option of Dominic Roberts for Parkgate and Jean Clayton for Riverside ward. At its previous meeting the casual vacancy for Neston ward was filled by Angus Montgomery.  Cllr Montgomery, keen to take on his new role said […]

Concerns over proposed one way system for Quarry Road

Plans to ban traffic entering Quarry Road from Neston have caused concern in Neston Town Council.  The Council has criticised Cheshire West Highways for seeking to introduce the ban without proper consultation. The Town Council’s Planning & Environment Committee noted last night that a planning decision had been influenced by the Highways Department’s scheme which […]

ALL CHANGE AT NESTON STATION

The transformation of Neston Station and surrounding area continued last week with the redecoration of the underpass. The overall initiative is led by Neston Town Council but includes important contributions from Arriva Trains Wales, the Neston Station Adopter group, Neston Primary School and Neston High School. The train operator has provided new bins and repaired […]

LEAF FALL – PRICE FALL DEMANDS NESTON TOWN COUNCIL

Neston Town Council wants rail fares to fall in return for the reduced timetable suggested by Arriva Trains Wales in autumn 2016. The train operator has suggested fewer trains in order to keep to the timetable – something that they failed to do in 2015 when there were spectacular service failures on the Borderlands line. […]

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.