A very big THANK YOU to the staff at Skipton Building Society for volunteering to improve their local environment by litter picking in the town centre. The Neston Civic Society, in association with Neston Town Council, has entered the Best Kept Village category of the Community Pride competition and we need everyone to […]
Please click on the link below to view details of the CH64 Big Lunch on Sunday 12th June. Big Lunch
On Sunday 3rd July the prestigious Liverpool to Chester Bike Ride returns to Neston with an event that is expected to attract around 4,000 cyclists. Neston Town Council will be providing a service area for participant and visitors at Neston Market Square and is looking for local businesses, community groups, entertainers and sports enthusiasts to […]
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 next Farmers’ & Food Makers’ Market will be on SATURDAY 2nd July 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 […]
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 […]
A CASUAL VACANCY HAS ARISEN FOR TOWN COUNCILLOR FOR RIVERSIDE WARD OF NESTON TOWN COUNCIL. ANY TEN ELECTORS OF NESTON TOWN COUNCIL RIVERSIDE WARD MAY CALL AN ELECTION BY WRITING TO THE RETURNING OFFICER, CHESHIRE WEST AND CHESTER COUNCIL, 5TH FLOOR, HQ, 58 NICHOLAS STREET, CHESTER, CH1 2NP, REQUESTING THAT SUCH AN ELECTION BE HELD […]
Mill Lane – Little Neston (Outside Mill View) The closure will come into force on 25th July 2016 and will be in force for a maximum of five days. It is anticipated that the work will last for approximately 2 days. For more details and diversion route, please click on the link below; Mill Lane Ness […]
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 […]
A great weekend of events is coming up in the first weekend of July in and around Neston. On Saturday 2nd July there’s Neston Farmers’ and Food Makers’ Market from 9am to 1pm on the Market Square, followed by Neston Village Fair – a hugely popular annual event – at Comrades Field behind the Parish […]
A CASUAL VACANCY HAS ARISEN FOR TOWN COUNCILLOR FOR NESTON WARD OF NESTON TOWN COUNCIL. ANY TEN ELECTORS OF NESTON TOWN COUNCIL NESTON WARD MAY CALL AN ELECTION BY WRITING TO THE RETURNING OFFICER, CHESHIRE WEST AND CHESTER COUNCIL, 5TH FLOOR, HQ, 58 NICHOLAS STREET, CHESTER, CH1 2NP, REQUESTING THAT SUCH AN ELECTION BE HELD […]
Neston Town Council is delighted that the Neston Neighbourhood Plan received a majority yes vote in the referendum. Of the 3469 people voting , 2930 voted in favour of the neighbourhood plan, a majority of 2455. In 2012 the Town Council took the decision to prepare a Neighbourhood Plan and established a Community Steering Group […]
Neston Town Council returned to the issue of transport at its April meeting – and agreed to establish the Neston Transport Standard. That standard is a reasonable baseline that the Council believes is affordable – and necessary to sustain the economic and social health of the town. In agreeing the standard, the Council took account […]
Neston Town Council has agreed an Economic Plan for Neston. The plan, a joint initiative between Neston Town Council and Cheshire West and Chester Council, was prepared by Nexus Planning. The work was funded by the two councils and Neston’s Section 106 Working Group. The plan provides a comprehensive analysis of the local economy and […]
Newly Updated April 2016.
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