The beautiful village of Tattenhall in Cheshire
Webteam: March 2019
Tattenhall has changed much in recent years with new housing developments and lots of new residents moving into the area.
There are important local issues which matter to the village such as the lack of open space, maintaining the vitality of our High Street, car parking, future planning needs, community initiatives, speed limit enforcements, the Review of our Neighbourhood Plan — the list goes on.
- It is important that the composition of the Parish Council reflects the diversity of our changing village and that we are equipped to embrace the challenges (and rewards) of the future.
- It is also important that we are prepared in passing the baton on during the next decade; many of our Parish Councillors have given a huge commitment over many many years.
- 15 Seats are available and wouldn't it be terrific if at least 15 or more candidates put themselves forward on this occasion
'Our Village Matters' — make a difference and get involved.
On 2 May 2019 there are:
- Cheshire West and Chester Council (CWaC) Elections, and
- Elections for our own Parish Council, here in Tattenhall and its immediate District
You can view 'How to Become A Councillor and Why' by CLICKING HERE.
If you are interested in standing for Tattenhall & District Parish Council and would like to find out more, then please do not hesitate to contact the Parish Council CLICK HERE and don't forget that you can pop into the Country Market where the PC has a presence every Friday morning.
Cheshire West and Chester Council are also holding some events you might like to attend.
popular recent storiesAlso in the news
Tattenhall CC Mourns The Loss of Secretary and Ground ChairmanThe sad news reached us at the weekend of the loss of Brian Jarrard.A devoted clubman who was the face of Tattenhall Cricket Club for many years, Brian passed away at the Flacca on Sunday last.His many hours of work on the ground raised the reputation of our Club and the hosting of Cheshire County matches was a...
Tattenhall Hall Garden was open under the National Garden Scheme and as part of the Sandstone Ridge Festival, on Sunday 19th May, with record numbers of visitors raising a record amount of over £2,000 in one afternoon! The money raised goes to the NGS who give it to a number of charities, Hospices UK, Macmillan Nurses, Marie Curie, MIND, Parkinson's, Carers Trust, Queens Nursing...
The Barbour Institute
Gifford Lea Retirement Village