Monthly Archives: June 2018
On a blazing hot June day the Silent Soldier, kindly donated by Mr Ian Priestner, was placed firmly into the corner of John Street and Big Field Lane, Utkinton. Our Vice-Chair, Graham Stewart, and his son did the honours and … Continue reading
We have been advised of the following road closure: Please note the following temporary road closure to enable Cheshire West and Chester Borough Council to carry out Lining Works. The works are due to commence on 5th July 2018 and … Continue reading
Good morning Utkinton and Cotebrook. For sometime I have been pondering the quotation inscribed on our War Memorial, it reads: “Greater love hath no man than this (we know that this first line is from John 15:13) They gave … Continue reading
Volunteering is a great way to learn new skills, make friends, keep fit, and make a real difference to the protection and conservation of this special part of the Cheshire countryside and people’s use and enjoyment of it. Many organisations … Continue reading
Two very kind ladies in the village have each donated a planter and they are in place. You know who you are but thank you very much.
we received this notice this morning
The Village Hall and PTA are selling Raffle Tickets for Utkinton Garden Fete (£5.00 a book of 5) for a huge wad of great prizes – only there till lunchtime.
Calling previous Quarry Wood Volunteers Due to my phone going haywire, I have lost the contact numbers of the volunteers who have previously said they would help with this project. If you previously volunteered your services, would you mind … Continue reading
… it would appear that the planters on the Utkinton War Memorial have gone ‘walkabout’. Do you know anything about this? They were there yesterday evening and this morning the lady who tends them found that they were missing. What … Continue reading