Congratulations to Wistaston In Bloom who have been selected as a finalist to compete in the Britain In Bloom competition in the Town Category.
There has been a few incidents of fly tipping at Beech Drive Car Park and Wistaston Green Road Car Park, please can we remind people that it is an offence to fly tip rubbish and it costs the Parish Council to get the rubbish collected.
The Parish Council currently has vacancies on the Council for the Wistaston Green Ward, if anyone is interested in joining the Parish Council then please contact the Clerk on firstname.lastname@example.org
It is pleasing to report outstanding results in both the North West in Bloom and Community Pride Competitions.
North West in Bloom 2021
Two awards – Gold Certificate for the general Parish and a Outstanding award to the Conservation Group for their outstanding work.
Congratulations to our Wistaston in Bloom, Conservation Group, Litter team and residents who contributed to this success.
PCSO Dan Walley has taken over as our local PCSO and is hoping to resume the Police Surgeries soon.
Wistaston Parish Council is looking for support in tackling dog fouling in the area! If you see any one let their dog foul and fail to pick it up please contact the Cheshire East Community Wardens on the details below
We are committed to reducing the level of dog fouling throughout Wistaston Dog fouling is an offence and carries a Fixed penalty notice of £80 and a maximum fine of £1000 upon conviction.
We now have an established group of volunteers who will be litter picking in Wistaston. Should you wish to join the group please contact the Clerk.
We are keen to restart the Community Speed Watch Group which was put on hold due to the Covid Pandemic. Should you wish to join the Group please contact the Clerk. Up to the end of September 2019 the Community Speed Watch Team have reported 220 offences with a highest recorded speed of 60 mph.