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 […]
The countdown is on, for what is set to become the most exciting Christmas event in the Wirral, as Neston is transported back in time for the Neston Victorian Christmas Festival. The one-day event on Saturday 3rd December from 2-8pm, organised by Neston Town Council working with the Rotary Club of Neston and Neston and […]
Neston Town Council and Neston & District Chamber of Trade are once again joining forces to celebrate business in Neston. They are co-hosting the second annual ‘Out of Office – a Christmas Celebration of Business in Neston’ event. To be run along similar lines to the inaugural event last year, it will take place on […]
Anybody who uses Neston Station or its subway can’t fail to have noticed the general improvements to the station and the area surrounding it. Neston Town Council, the station adopters and Arriva Train Wales have combined with local people and schools to create a clean, tidy and attractive environment that includes new plants and tubs […]
A popular play area in Parkgate now has three extra pieces of play equipment, thanks to funding secured by Cheshire West & Chester and Neston Town Councils. The Ropework Play Area previously catered for younger primary school children but the addition of junior swings, a climbing frame and an all-inclusive roundabout, provides much needed facilities […]
Neston Town Council, are pleased to reveal the new Neston Shopping Bag. The hessian bag, which is sure to become a design classic for the town, will be available for a suggested donation of £3, the proceeds of which will be donated to Clatterbridge Cancer Charity. To mark the launch of the bag and […]
Neston and Little Neston have been awarded the joint runner up award in the Community Pride 2016 competition. Neston also won an additional “Little Gem” award for the Market Square art panels created by local schools. Rob Ward, Chair of Neston Civic Society, and Cllr Janet Griffiths accepted the awards at a presentation organised by […]
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