Local News

Wrenbury Neighbourhood Plan Referendum (31 January 2019)

A referendum will be held this Thursday, 31 January 2019, to determine the question:   

‘Do you want Cheshire East Council to use the Neighbourhood Plan for Wrenbury-cum-Frith to help it decide planning applications in the neighbourhood area?’

Health and Wellbeing Week (28 January – 3 February)

Next week, Cheshire West and Chester Libraries are teaming up with a number of local organisations, including Healthwatch, Healthbox, Motherwell, NatWest, Citizens Advice and the Macmillan team based at Brio, to hold a Health and Wellbeing Week. 

HS2 Consultations - Winsford Information Event

Following a formal complaint to HS2 and discussions with the Minister, Nus Ghani, I have now been informed that copies of the consultation documents have been placed in Winsford Library.  The documents will be available to view during the Library's usual opening hours until the consultations clos

Long term NHS funding

How we fund the increasing costs of Health and Social Care in the country is one of the big questions that face the country today. Many of my constituents have got in touch with me to share their views on what they would like to see in order to have the NHS properly funded in the long term.

HS2 Consultations

Last week, HS2 launched two consultations relating to the Phase 2b route between Crewe and Manchester. 

The consultations are seeking feedback on:

News about Liquid Lounge in Winsford

I recently met with Councillor Mike Baynham and one of the topics we spoke about was the derelict Liquid Lounge building just off the A54.

United Utilities Water Update

Below is United Utilities statement on water supplies across the North West.

I am writing to update you on the water resource situation across the North West, in light of the prolonged hot temperatures and the long-term forecast of the continued dry weather.

Hot weather update

Nationally, at the start of June, river flows, groundwater levels and soils were normal for the time of year in most areas of England. This followed the rain in early spring which helped groundwaters in the South East to recover from previously low levels.