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Thursday, 27 October 2016

Councillors launch community chess set


Visitors to Crewe town centre witnessed an open-air chess match between councillors today when Market Square’s giant chessboard was brought into action.

A supersized chess set has been purchased by Cheshire East Council for community use and was tried out by Councillor Simon Yates, leader of Crewe Town Council, and Councillor Chris Andrew, Cheshire East deputy portfolio holder for finance and assets.

The equipment is available for use by prior arrangement and is intended to encourage community engagement, with plans in the pipeline for chess events next year.

After almost an hour of play, the closely fought match between the councillors was declared a draw.

Crewe Town Council clerk Steve McQuade then played against Macclesfield Town Council clerk Pete Turner, with the latter coming out on top.

The chess pieces will be stored by Crewe Town Council and arrangements for their use can be made by emailing:

Cllr Simon Yates said: “Crewe has a great sense of community pride and so it’s pleasing that we can offer residents and groups the opportunity to make use of this chess set, which I’d like to thank Cheshire East Council for purchasing.

“This is but a small part of a range of initiatives that Crewe Town Council and Cheshire East Council are working on together to improve the town centre for residents and visitors. A number of other events for families to enjoy are also planned for the next few months and 2017.”

Councillor Chris Andrew said: “This chess set is a great community asset and one that I hope residents and groups will make use of for years to come.

“It was great fun testing out the set with Simon and we really would encourage people to use the facility as often as possible.”

Market Square, where the chessboard is marked out, was part of the recently completed ‘deep cleaning’ programme for the town centre.

The work was carried out by contractors on behalf of Cheshire East Council’s arms length company Ansa Environmental Services to help improve the shopping environment for visitors.

This Sunday, the Market Square will also be in use as part of Crewe Cosmopolitan Food Festival, which takes place from 10am-5pm.

More than 40 stalls will line the streets offering flavours from across the globe and there will be live music performed by the Pantonic All-Stars Steel Orchestra, plus go-karts on the Market Square.

Another of the initiatives currently taking place in Crewe is ‘Shop of the Week’.

In the lead up to Christmas, Cheshire East Council and Crewe Town Council are turning the spotlight on the town centre’s independent retailers and promoting what they have to offer – with some great prizes and offers up for grabs by shoppers.

The Shop of the Week campaign launched on the council’s Facebook and Twitter accounts on Monday and will run for several weeks.

Independent retailers in Crewe town centre that have not yet been visited by a member of the council’s communications team, but wish to take part in Shop of the Week, can find out more information by calling communications officer Rhiannon Hilton on 01270 686587 or emailing

prior to match

Audio recordings to make council more open and transparent


Cheshire East Council has taken a further significant step towards openness and transparency.

All formal council committee meetings in future will be audio recorded as will full council meetings.

The council’s regular cabinet meeting will continue to be webcast.

Audio recordings will be made available via the council’s website and work is progressing to put in place the required technology for this.

Council leader Rachel Bailey said: “There has been overwhelming support for this move in full council and I am pleased that we have taken a further step towards becoming a council that is open and fully transparent in the work that we carry out on behalf of our residents. 

“We are now in a position to move forward with this and we hope that everyone who wishes to keep in touch with our decision-making bodies will find this of assistance to them.”

Cheshire East has recorded three meetings so far and the recordings will be posted on the meetings calendar page of the council’s  website. The calendar of meetings can be accessed at:

As the council has no established council chamber and only limited facilities for video recording meetings elsewhere, it is hoped that, by audio recording all public meetings in future, this will more than meet the requirements of the council in terms of public access to information and council business. 

Cheshire East Leader to spearhead devo-Cheshire working group


A cross-party working group to explore devolution proposals for Cheshire is to be set up by the Leader of Cheshire East Council, Councillor Rachel Bailey.

The Council would then hope to develop discussion with Cheshire West and Chester Council with a view to creating debate around devolved powers for Cheshire along similar lines to the Northern Powerhouse, championed by former Chancellor and Tatton MP George Osborne.

Leader of Cheshire East Council, Rachel Bailey said:  “We have strong and successful partnerships with our neighbouring authorities and this joint working will continue”

“However, I want to secure the right deal to deliver our ambitious growth plans in Cheshire East.”

“This is why I am establishing a cross party working group within Cheshire East to work with me on developing the best possible case. 

“This has the support of the Conservative group and full Council.

“The working group’s objective will be to enable an understanding to shape what devo could mean for the borough.

“In addition, I would like us to have more powers over things such as large scale infrastructure projects, public transport, skills and health services provided to our residents.

“I believe that these are the right areas to focus on if we are going to secure economic prosperity for all our residents and protect and enhance the quality of place we have within Cheshire East.”

Cheshire East highways recruit latest apprentice and graduate intake


Cheshire East Council’s latest group of apprentices and graduates have started work in the council’s highways service – the first step in their established career development schemes.

This year’s apprentice and graduate intake will see four local young people employed in highway maintenance, four in engineering, one in business administration, one in technical administration, one in street lighting maintenance and one person in finance.

Apprentices will rotate between departments within the highways service and supplement their on-the-job training with college studies, over a two year period. Successful completion of the apprenticeship and college course secures permanent employment with the highways team.

Graduates also rotate around various departments to benefit their career progression.

Councillor David Brown, Deputy Leader of Cheshire East Council and cabinet member for highways and infrastructure said, “This is an exciting time to bring new talent into the service as we continue to deliver improvements throughout Cheshire East.”

“Both apprentice and graduate schemes help local young people to get into a career that presents clear opportunities for learning and progression. They are supported and mentored throughout their schemes, and gain a nationally recognised qualification.”

Apprentices and graduates account for 7 per cent of employees in the highways team at Cheshire East, exceeding the average in this business sector.

The highways team has now employed a total of 29 apprentices and three graduates since 2012, which is helping to secure the skills required for the long term delivery of highways services in Cheshire East.

Cheshire East Council’s highways service is delivered by Ringway Jacobs, which has committed to the development of young people through its membership of ‘The 5 per cent Club’. The 5 per cent Club is an organisation that encourages public and private companies to have 5 per cent of their UK workforce consisting of young people on structured training such as apprenticeship and graduate schemes.

Winter Wellbeing – preparing your home for winter


Cheshire East Council and its partners are offering a range of advice and support to residents on how to keep warm, well and safe this winter.

This week, we remind people that there are numerous checks that can be completed which can minimise the affects of adverse weather.

Advice includes:

· Insulate pipes and drain off outside taps to prevent frozen pipes.

· Know where your stop tap is and make sure you can turn it on and off with ease.

· If you are going away, consider asking a friend or neighbour to check on your house regularly. That way, if you have a burst, it will be discovered early.

· Leave your heating on if the weather is forecast to be freezing.

· Contact Broad Oak Energy on 01782 550 371 for details of free or discounted loft and cavity wall insulation.

· Fit draught proofing to seal any gaps around doors and windows.

· Get your boiler serviced regularly by a qualified engineer. Remember, for gas boilers, check that your engineer is Gas Safe registered.

· Be prepared for clearing ice and snow this winter – have a snow shovel, brush and grit or salt ready.

· If a member of a person’s household is of a pensionable age, has a disability, is chronically sick, has a hearing and/or visual impairment or has a child under eight years old, they may be eligible for free services. It is advisable for people to contact their energy supplier to check whether they are eligible for free or priority services. Suppliers have a duty of care to households with customers who may be vulnerable regarding their energy supply.

· Winter is also a good time to be aware of what to do if electricity supplies go off. Don’t assume that suppliers will know that power supplies are down – call them and have your name, postcode, house number and telephone number handy.

Councillor Paul Bates, cabinet member for communities and health, said: “Throughout winter the Council will be issuing advice and information to help our residents to prepare for the colder weather, while also encouraging them to check in on their neighbours.

“Winter can be a daunting time of the year for some members of our community but there is support out there for residents to access. Some of that help and advice is available online and residents can help friends and neighbours who do not have internet access by printing off information for them.”

For further winter-related advice, please visit:


Crewe and Macclesfield crematoria introduce online funerals


Cheshire East Council arms-length company Orbitas is to improve the services it offers to the bereaved at Crewe and Macclesfield crematoria by webcasting funeral services.

Webcasting will allow people who cannot attend the service to take part from anywhere around the world.

Losing a loved one is difficult but being unable to attend the funeral can often make it worse. Now, the bereaved are being offered the facility to view the service privately and securely on the internet. 

The service will only be available for family and friends on request, who will be given a password to access the website. The broadcasts are live but remain accessible for seven days after the funeral.

Councillor Paul Findlow, Cheshire East cabinet member for corporate policy and legal services, said: “These webcasts are intended as a way of helping families who may have spread out across the world. The service is designed very much with the distant relative or ill friend in mind.”

Councillor David Marren, chairman of Orbitas said: “There will always be people who cannot attend a funeral and they will have very good reasons for not being able to.

“This service allows people who may have health issues, are hospitalised or who simply just live too far away to be a part of the service. It will allow them to observe, take comfort and to mark their respect from anywhere, worldwide.

“We are also able to offer DVD and CD audio recordings of the funeral service to provide a lasting tribute for loved ones.”

Tuesday, 25 October 2016

Fund-raising walk

Reporter Jonathan White, Wistaston

Members of Wistaston Jubilee Tennis Club have completed a fund-raising walk along the entire 34 mile length of the Sandstone Trail.

George Raiswell, Tony Mason and Ryan Harper-Griffiths walked a twenty mile section between Whitchurch and Tarporley on 27th August 2016 in eleven hours. George, Tony and Ryan then walked the remaining fourteen mile section between Tarporley and Frodsham, with Ben Reinhardt, Eric James and other club members, on the 15th October 2016 in seven and a half hours, despite getting lost!

During the walks they had elevated views at Frodsham, Raw Head and Bickerton Hill and took in some beautiful scenery and saw a wide range of flora and fauna.

Each member paid to participate in the walks and all funds raised will go to Sport Relief

A representative said, “It was a difficult but memorable walk with fantastic views. We have all improved our fitness levels and have the blisters to prove it! It was all for a good cause and we are so pleased to support Sport Relief in their fund-raising efforts.”

Their next challenge is to take on the 35 mile Gritstone Trail from Disley in Cheshire to Kidsgrove in Staffordshire, taking in Lyme Park, Sponds Hill, Tegg’s Nose, Croker Hill and Mow Cop. They plan to tackle the trail in three separate sections.

l-r George %13 Ben %13 Tony %13 Eric %13 Ryan reach the  end of the Sandstone Trail at Frodsham

UKIP Candidate for Crewe West By-Election.


Cllr Brian Silvester has been selected as the UKIP candidate for the Crewe West Town Council by-election on December 1st.

He said," Crewe Town Council has been a Labour Party dictatorship for ever.There has NEVER been any opposition Councillors elected.All that is going to change on December 1st.

UKIP is the main contender to Labour in Crewe Town Council elections.The other parties are nowhere.The way to beat Labour in Crewe is to vote UKIP.

Crewe is in a sad spiral of decline and the Town Council are doing little to arrest that decline.They have doubled their spending of Council taxpayers money in last 3 years, up to £465,000 a year.Crewe residents are asking what happens to all that money because they don't see the benefit of it around the town.The Town Council delivers virtually no services, just allotments,so what is all that money being spent on?"

Two photos attached.

Cllr Brian Silvester 


Selfless acts heralded at Cheshire’s Local Hero Awards


Acts of courage, outstanding achievements and community stalwarts were all recognised during the Cheshire Local Hero Awards.

Hosted by Cheshire radio station Silk 106.9 and sponsored by Cheshire East Council, the awards were held at The Tytherington Club in Macclesfield on Friday, October 21.

Twelve awards were handed out to some of the county’s unsung heroes, with the audience told of some truly selfless acts.

In a particularly poignant moment of the night, The Pride of Cheshire award – sponsored by the Council – was given to the family of Congleton man Tom Jackson, 30, who died after trying to save fellow backpacker Mia Ayliffe Chung, 21, as she was stabbed to death in Australia.

The attack at a tourist hostel in Queensland took place on August  23. Tom died on August 30, with his organs helping to save the lives of six people.

Tom’s mum, Sandra, dad Les, sister Olivia and brother Daniel took to the stage to collect the award.

Olivia said: “My brother was incredible and it’s a shame you did not get to meet him. He was a wonderful man and I’m incredibly proud of him.”

Les said: “We’ve always been proud of him and something like this just makes us that little bit prouder.”

The audience also heard how the quick-thinking actions of Act of Courage award winners Jonathan Slack, Steve Davies, Karen Espley and Matt Jones had saved the life of 33-year-old James Bailey.

On July 9 this year, James went out for his usual Saturday run in Congleton. But during his run he suffered a sudden cardiac arrest and collapsed at the side of the road.

Jonathan, of Smallwood, couple Steve and Karen, of Crewe, and Matt, of Stone, were all driving down the A34 and stopped their cars, before calling an ambulance and performing CPR at the side of the road as James’s heart had stopped.

James’s fiancĂ©, Catherine Pollard, nominated the foursome for the award. She said: “The medical team at North Staffordshire Hospital highlighted that the CPR given in that very first stage was crucial in keeping oxygen pumping around James’s body.”

After 10 days in hospital James was discharged and has now fully recovered.

Joining the winners on stage to collect their award, James told the audience he has no memory of the event.

He said: “I’m very, very grateful because without these four and their quick ingenuity and the fact they stopped, well, you’ve heard the story. I’m so lucky to be here.”

The awards were hosted by Silk 106.9 presenter Dane Swindles and Cheshire East Council’s Trevor Green. Guests included MP for Macclesfield David Rutley, Councillors Liz Durham, Ainsley Arnold and Paul Bates and Strategic Director of Adults Social Care and Health, Mark Palethorpe. During the night, £470 was raised for Cheshire Young Carers.

Cheshire East Mayor Councillor Olivia Hunter said: “I’m honoured to have been invited along tonight and to have heard the truly inspiring stories of all our winners.

“There are people of all ages throughout Cheshire East that are working tirelessly for the good of our communities, and whose selfless and brave actions truly deserve recognition. It was a privilege to be able to pay tribute to some of those individuals here tonight.

“I’d also like to pay tribute to all those who were nominated for an award, as well as thank Silk 106.9 for organising the event and hosting such a wonderful evening.”

David Flavell, station manager at Silk 106.9, said: “We are immensely proud to host the Local Hero Awards, which are now in their 19th year, and to be able to pay tribute to some of the thousands of people across Cheshire that are doing such brilliant work in our communities.

“I’d like to thank all our sponsors, not least Cheshire East Council, our overall sponsor, for their support, without which this celebration of those who contribute so much to our community couldn't take place.”

Councillor Paul Bates, Cabinet member in charge of communities and health, said: “The Local Hero Awards have once again highlighted just how truly fantastic the people of Cheshire are.

“The stories we’ve listened to tonight have been incredible and it was an honour to have met some of the nominees and winners this evening.”

Sunday, 23 October 2016

The annual Reaseheath Apple Festival

Reporter Jonathan White, Wistaston

The annual Reaseheath Apple Festival was held on Saturday 22nd and Sunday 23rd October 2016, at Reaseheath College - - in Nantwich.

This free event took place in the new National Centre for Horticulture, the Environment and Sustainable Technology building.

There were over one hundred different varieties of apple on display, which are sourced from an orchard located between Nantwich and Whitchurch. Varieties included Monarch, Wealthy, Lady’s Fingers, Jumbo, School Master, Royal Jubilee, Fiesta, Rival, No Pip and Spartan.

Retired Reaseheath College lecturers Derek Jones and Harry Delaney were on hand to identify different apple varieties and offer fruit growing advice.

Visitors could use an apple pressing machine to collect the juice. There was also a plant sale with advice on choosing the correct plant and tours of the new £1 million greenhouse which contains zones for potting, propagation, tomatoes and strawberries.

Tom Adams Fruit Tree Nursery - - had a stand. Tom has run his one-acre nursery for six years and provides planting & aftercare, pruning & tuition and consultancy. Tom also sells heritage varieties of fruit trees and specialises in apple trees native to the Welsh Marches area. Students from Reaseheath College have had work placements at the nursery to learn all aspects of organic orchard and nursery management.

Sculpture outside National Centre for Horticulture, the  Environment and Sustainable Technology buildingVisitor Mark Ray peruses the apples

The LATH (Looking After The Homeless) Group

Reporter Jonathan White, Wistaston

The LATH (Looking After The Homeless) Group held 'A Gala Autumn Concert' at Wistaston Memorial Hall, Wistaston on Saturday 22nd October 2016.

The concert featured ukulele collective ‘The Ukey Monster’ - - who performed an eclectic combination of popular songs in a quirky, energetic and upbeat style. There were vibrant vocal harmonies, Ukey sizzling solos, luscious licks and big bass grooves from Deep Purple to Lily Allen, Michael Jackson to Motorhead, and Chuck Berry to Pink Floyd! There was also a raffle and free light refreshments.

Proceeds from the concert will go to The LATH Group, who have converted the disused former 'Bed Centre' shop at 38 High Street, Crewe into a drop-in centre to help homeless, vulnerable and lonely people. The centre features a recreation area, lounge area, computer facilities, telephone service, toilet block, kitchen and dining area.

The LATH Group developed from an idea obtained from a talk by a Salvation Army Officer in 2009, to a full blown registered charity, offering sustenance, advice and assistance, and practical support to the most vulnerable in the community.

The LATH Group is run entirely by unpaid volunteers and most of its funds come via donations and its own fundraising, with some corporate support by way of groceries from Marks & Spencer, Morrisons, the SPAR shop (Rope Lane), and other support from the FRESH Group of businesses.

Bernard Potter (Chair of The LATH Group) said, "Fundraisers like this are so enjoyable for all concerned, contribute valuable funds for our cause, and hopefully raise awareness of what we are about"

For further information relating to The LATH Group, including ways in which you can help, please visit their website: , or email:

The Ukey Monster perform at A Gala Autumn Concert in  Wistaston

The Andrews Panto & Plays Society

Reporter Jonathan White, Wistaston

The Andrews Panto & Plays Society (TAPPS) are staging an 'Autumn Frolics' variety show on Saturday 29th October 2016 (7pm) at St Andrew's Church Hall, Bedford Street, Crewe. The show will feature local talent including singing duo 'Pick & Mix', a tribute to ABBA, and comedy acts. Tickets = adults £5, children £2.50, family ticket (2 adults 2 children) £12. Proceeds will go to to local charities and St Andrew's Church. For further information please phone Fred on 07908819848 or 01270 652638.

Thursday, 20 October 2016

Cheshire Police and Cheshire Fire join forces to ensure everyone has a safe and enjoyable Hallowe'en and Bonfire Night

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Cheshire Constabulary and Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service are joining forces this year to make sure everyone has a safe and enjoyable Hallowe’en and Bonfire Night.
The blue light services are working together to crack down on anti-social behaviour and amplify key fire safety advice to ensure that Hallowe’en and Bonfire night go off with the right sort of bang.
Superintendent Martin Cleworth, who heads up the Constabulary’s Task Force, said: “Hallowe’en and Bonfire night are one of the busiest times for officers dealing with anti-social behaviour. We want to remind and encourage the younger members of our community to enjoy this time of year safely and to behave responsibly.
“It is important that everybody respects their local community and residents who do not wish to be disturbed by trick or treaters. If you see a clear sign which states ‘No trick or treaters’, or no pumpkins or other decorations, please respect that person inside by not knocking on their door. Indeed, if the door is not answered at all, please accept that they do not wish to participate and move on to the next house.
“In the run-up to and during this period, officers will be deployed across the county to provide reassurance and do all they can to ensure that everyone has fun – without causing disruption to the community.”
Colin Heyes, Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service’s Arson Reduction Manager, added: “During the Hallowe’en period, we want to remind parents that some children’s Hallowe’en costumes can be extremely flammable, there have been some horrific accidents in recent years. Check the labelling in any costumes you buy, and tell your child to take care when near an open flame. Also, consider using LED lights in pumpkins instead of candles. If you do use candles, be extra careful both inside and outside the home.
“Bonfires and nuisance fires can quickly spiral out of control causing devastation to the community and even risking lives. If possible, attend an organised display rather than holding bonfires and hosting firework displays at home. Professional displays are bigger, brighter and much safer for yourself and your local community.
“We have seen a positive improvement in the number of incidents attended across the Hallowe’en and Bonfire periods, but last year we still had almost 100 incidents of fire related anti-social behaviour and out of control bonfires. Through working in partnership with our police colleagues, we aim to increase our visibility across the period to reach an even wider community.”

Councils’ partnership approach will give Crewe Market Hall new lease of life


A collaborative partnership between Cheshire East Council and Crewe Town Council to revamp the town’s market offer is to go ahead.

An initial £50,000 cash injection from Cheshire East  will supplement a £100,000 spend by Crewe Town Council.

Cheshire East’s initial contribution will fund a business plan and delivery programme to develop a new vision for the historic charter market and arrest the decline in patronage and stalls.

The project was formally approved by Cheshire East Council’s cabinet today (Tuesday.)

Both Councils plan to work together to improve the market buildings and look at the potential to develop a vibrant link between the town centre, Grand Junction Retail Park, Memorial Square and Market Street.

Essential maintenance work is already taking place on the market hall at a cost of £180,000 but Cheshire East and Crewe Town Councils intend to press ahead with a far-reaching plan to regenerate the market hall, including the surrounding public spaces and footpaths.

Councillor Paul Bates, cabinet member for communities and health, said: “We want to see a revitalised Crewe market and will work with the town council to deliver a new market experience for the people of Crewe.

“This will be integral to the long-term programme for the town’s regeneration and will reassure our residents that this council is serious about investing in Crewe and halting the decline of its historic market offer.”

Councillor Simon Yates, Leader of Crewe Town Council, said: “The town council is ready to play its part in securing the long term future of the markets in Crewe.

“The markets are an engine and incubator for business in the town and it is vital that Crewe has a markets offer that befits a town this size.

“I’m looking forward to working to bring about change that meets the current and future needs of the local population and provides something of a destination in the town that can attract folk from far and wide.

“Part of that is to ensure that the markets sit in an area that is clean tidy and attractive. Let’s make it happen”.

The vision for the future of the market could include a wider variety of goods and produce, including market fresh produce sourced from local rural suppliers, accompanied by an underlying theme of healthy eating.

A full consultation exercise with staff, traders, residents and market users has already begun.

Monday, 17 October 2016

Old school BMX bike fans

Reporter Jonathan White, Crewe

Old school BMX bike fans gathered in Crewe on Saturday 15th October 2016 for a social ride through the town.

Around thirty people gathered at Crewe railway station in the morning for the 'Crewe Old School Ride' event organised by the ‘Crewe and Cheshire old school BMX’ group.

They rode to a selection of pubs in the town for light refreshments and lunch and their ride finished at The Shanaze Reade BMX track at Tipkinder Park in Crewe.

The event was open to all and bikers ranged in age from children to adults.

They rode racing and freestyle vintage BMX bikes from the 1980s as well as modern BMX bikes. BMX brands represented included Haro, Raleigh, GT, Mongoose and Skyway.

The event was organised by John Collins from Crewe, who rode his lovingly restored green and gold 'Collins Customs' bike. John said, “We had a great turnout at our 'Chesh-Air' event in June this year and another great turnout to this event. We are always looking for new members, so please get in touch and join us on our next ride."

For further information relating to the ‘Crewe and Cheshire old school BMX’ group please visit: .

Old school BMX rides take place throughout the United Kingdom and around the world. For further information relating to the UK old school BMX scene please visit:

Old school BMX bike fans gathered at Crewe railway  station

Annual Hall Quiz’

The ‘Annual Hall Quiz’ for the Fred Lorimer trophy takes place on Tuesday 25th October 2016 (starting at 7:30pm) at Wistaston Memorial Hall, Church Lane, Wistaston, CW2 8ER.

Quizmasters are Peter and Christina Wainwright.

Entry fee is £10 per team of four.

Refreshments included.

There will be a raffle.

Annual Hall Quiz - Tues 25-10-16

'A Gala Autumn Concert'

The LATH (Looking After The Homeless) group invite you to 'A Gala Autumn Concert' this Friday 22nd October 2016 (commencing 7:30pm) at Wistaston Memorial Hall, Church Lane, Wistaston, CW2 8ER.

The concert will feature ‘Ukey Monster’, a ukulele collective performing an eclectic combination of popular songs in a quirky, energetic and upbeat style.

Tickets = £8 (concessions £5).

There will also be a raffle and free light refreshments.

For further information please phone 07880 933 909 or

LATH - A Gala Autumn Concert - Wistaston - Sat  22-10-16