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Welcome to the website of Newbold Astbury cum Moreton Parish Council, serving the twin parishes of Newbold Astbury and Moreton-cum-Alcumlow.

The Parish Council holds the Foundation accreditation under the Local Council Award Scheme, demonstratating that it has the required documentation and information in place for operating lawfully and according to standard practice. The council also has policies for training for its councillors and officers and so has the foundations for improvement and development in place.

News

  • Crime concerns? Come to a surgery with our PCSO

    Regular surgeries for the Odd Rode ward are held by our PCS, Matthew Steel, at Glebe Farm in Astbury village. The next meeting is today (19 November) between 10:00am and 11:00am, with the next three as follows: 24 November 2018, 10:00am - 11:00am 07 December 2018, 10:00am - 11:00am 21 December 2018, 3:00pm - 4:00pm
  • Carer jobs now available in Congleton and Holmes Chapel

    CRG Homecare is currently offering carer jobs in Congleton and Holmes Chapel. For more details, see this overview and the more detailed job description.
  • Slow or patchy internet? Come to our next meeting

    Our next parish council meeting is on 14 November at 7:30pm in Astbury Village Hall.  Before the meeting proper get under way, we will welcome Mr Navin Sankersingh from Connecting Cheshire to speak about the broadband speeds in Newbold Astbury and Moreton.  As with all our meetings, everyone is welcome to attend.
  • PCSO report for October 2018

    The latest report from our PCSO Matthew Steele is now available online here.
  • Consultation on Cheshire East’s budget 2019-2022

    Cheshire East Council has published its Pre-Budget Consultation Report for 2019 to 2022. Set against a backdrop of increasing demand and rising costs, the report sets out proposals on the council’s financial plans as to how services will be delivered for the period from April 1 2019 through to March 31 2020. Along with almost ...continue reading "Consultation on Cheshire East’s budget 2019-2022"