We have had a disturbing situation outside Utkinton Village Hall on Thursday 21st November. Beeston Young Farmers hired the hall for an event and parked a number of cars on John Street – despite being asked not to. Five cars were ‘keyed’ and damage sustained. If you have any information about this please get in touch with the Village Hall Committee.
Apology – I am told that it was on 20th November, not 21st. It doesn’t alter the situation though.
Or please contact the Police:
PC 4372 Philip MONKS | Winsford Beat Manager | Northwich LPU |
Northwich Police Station | Northwich | Cheshire | CW9 5EP
(Office: 01606 36 4214 |(Mobile: 07971 562096 |
The parish has been asked to submit comments against this extension to ‘Westlands’ and, should you wish to comment, please do so by visiting www.https://pa.cheshirewestandchester.gov.uk/online-applications/ and entering the application number 19/04106/FUL. The deadline for any comments is 10th December.
A smashing and highly competitive quiz night saw seven teams competing for the main Prize (a Voucher from ‘The Boot’). The teams all had their grey matter tested by Quiz Master Richard Francis’s fiendishly difficult questions – a Great Raffle, some super refreshments and a pay-bar all added up to a night to remember.
Well done to all.
The latest issue of the ‘Utkinton and Cotebrook Courier’ will be dropping on the doormats of households in the Parish over the next week. However, if you can’t wait and would like to take a sneak peek, you can, by clicking on this link.
Its full of information about much that is going on in our two villages from Planning, to school fairs, the WI and lots more besides.
We would love to get your views on this newsletter so click on this link and tell us what you think and if there is something your would like to add.
Saturday 23rd November 2019
Utkinton Village Hall
Starts at 8:00 pm
Quiz Night with Raffle
Entry £5.00 (includes refreshments)
Anti-Bullying Commission – Call for Evidence
The Police & Crime Commissioner for Cheshire, Mr David Keane, has brought together a team of community representatives to look into the issue of bullying which he describes as ‘an epidemic among all generations in our society’.
As part of this review, the Commissioner has opened a call-for-evidence to give victims of bullying and those with experiences of bullying the opportunity to tell their story. As you may be aware from previous correspondence, this call-for-evidence will close on Saturday 30 November 2019.
In order to continue to raise awareness of the Anti-Bullying Commission and ensure as many people as possible are able to able to tell their story, please can you share this e-mail with your contacts and local residents in your communities.
The short online survey that will enable people to articulate their experiences of bullying is available via the following link: https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/3WJCP78
Office of the Police & Crime Commissioner
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On Sunday morning, 10th November, we will be placing two wreaths to commemorate the fallen from WW1 and WW2 – one at the War memorial on John Street and the other in Utkinton Village Hall. Both will be placed as near to 11:00 am as is possible. There will be no ceremony but if you wish to come and pay your thanks, you will be welcome.
We are seeking articles and news for the 12th edition of the Courier to be published in early December. If you have an interesting piece (hopefully non-political) please let the editor have your input by Friday 15th November – you can email it to email@example.com.