Weaver and Cuddington: Cllrs Fifield, Tonge & Williams

Thank you for electing Councillors Charles Fifield, Harry Tonge and Paul Williams.

To contact one of your councillors, please click on their name above. They also have a website you can find here.

Find out more at: http://www.weaverandcuddington.com

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Charles, Harry and Paul with Graham Evans in Weaverham

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Between 2011-2015, Weaver & Cuddington Ward was represented by Cllrs Charles Fifield, John Grimshaw and Alan McKie. John and Alan stood down from representing Weaver & Cuddington ward and we wished them both well and thank them for their service. Alan stood and was elected in his home ward of Helsby.

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Acton Bridge resident Cllr Charles Fifield stood again for election in May, joined by two new running mates, Harry Tonge from Delamere and Paul Williams from Weaverham. All 3 were elected to represent Weaver & Cuddington ward.

Weaver & Cuddington ward comprises Acton Bridge, Bartington, Cuddington, Delamere Park, Dutton, Sandiway and Weaverham.

SPRING 2012 REPORT

Despite difficult economic conditions, Cheshire West and Chester Council had its Budget Council on 23 February when the Council Tax for 2012/13 was frozen for second year and an extra 0.25% rebate was given.

On February 16 we were pleased to be able to host the Community Forum for Weaver & Cuddington Ward at Cuddinton & Sandiway Village Hall, where residents came from across the ward and its parishes of Acton Bridge, Cuddington, Dutton and Weaverham.

Cheshire West and Chester has recently been chosen as one of 4 pilot areas across the country for a Community Budgets scheme which from 2013 may allow all services provided by the public, community and voluntary sectors to be funded from one “local pot”.  Further details at www.cheshirewestandchester.gov.uk

Through our Member Grant system we have been able to help local community projects and since the Autumn Update we have been able to use this to help fund a number projects accross the ward.   We are keen to help even more local community projects, so if you have one, please let us know.  Full details of the projects we have supported across Weaver and Cuddington Ward can be found atwww.weaverandcuddington.yourcllr.com/community-grants/

We would encourage residents to use CWC Council’s excellent Report It Service which allows you to report issues as diverse as potholes, dog-fouling, rubbish collection, graffiti, fly-tipping:

http://www.cheshirewestandchester.gov.uk/residents/online_services/report_it.aspx

Alternatively the general enquiries contact number is 0300 123 8 123

We are here to represent and serve the communities of Weaver and Cuddington Ward (Weaverham, Acton Bridge, Cuddington and Dutton) and if you have any issues or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Cllrs Charles Fifield, Alan McKie and John Grimshaw

Autumn 2011 Report

In July we hosted a meeting of the 4 Parish Councils in the Weaver and Cuddington Ward (Acton Bridge, Cuddington, Dutton and Weaverham) to discuss common issues such as Localism and Planning, together with future issues to work more closely together on, such as speeding on the A49 and B5153 Northwich Road.

CWC is continuing to invest in road improvements with resurfacing taking place across several main roads within Weaverham this summer.  CWC recently won a Gold Award for dealing with potholes and it was able to do this with the help of the people of the borough letting us know about roads and other issues online at:

http://www.cheshirewestandchester.gov.uk/online_services/report_it.aspx

Clearly there are difficult economic decisions to make as CWC deals with a reduction of funding as part of the Coalition Government’s deficit reduction package.  CWC Council has launched an interactive tool to consult with residents over next year’s Council Budget.  The website is open until 30 November at: http://youchoose.yougov.com/CheshireWestandChester

In Weaverham, following the demolition of Block A by CWC enforcement team, Village Close has now been sold by the receivers to a new company and hopefully this long saga will draw to a close and the houses can be repaired and re-populated.

Through our Member Grant system we have been able to help local community projects such as CCTV for Weaverham Community Centre, supporting the Cuddington Gala, new leaflets for Weaverham History Society, supporting the Summer Play scheme at Weaverham High School, the August Northwich Festival, providing webcoverage of the ongoing TATA Northwich Incinerator Planning Inquiry, supporting the Northwich Beer Festival, supporting the Royal British Legion North Group 90th Anniversary event and the refurbishment at Cuddington 1st Scouts.  We are keen to help even more local community projects, so if you have one, please let us know.

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