Click here to see all the fantastic images from the 3rd Disley Cycling Festival held on Saturday 19th September at Disley Amalgamated Sports Club.
Disley Parish Council would like to say thank you to all of the volunteers who helped to organise the event and everyone who took part for their support in helping to make this year’s event the best ever!
We are excited to announce that this year’s Disley Cycling Festival will take place on Saturday 19th September so put the date in your diary and get ready to polish the dust off those bicycles!
This is our third festival, which we hope will be bigger and better than ever and once again our guests of honour will be local world beating champions Hannah Walker and Sophie Thornhill.In addition to children’s bicycle activities & races, stalls, security marking, maintenance checks and attractions for all the family at Disley Amalgamated Sports Club, we will be organising an off-road cycle route for older children and adults. The prize for completing the course will be one of our very own Disley Cycling Festival T Shirts.
Disley Parish Plan in conjunction with Disley Parish Council is conducting a survey of local rail users with a view to improving passengers’ experiences of rail travel.
Results will be used in discussions with Northern Rail, High Peak & Hope Valley Community Rail Partnership (HPHVCRP) and Passenger Focus Groups. To download a copy of the survey document please click Railway User Survey 2015
Your surveys can be handed in at Disley Parish Council Office or placed in the designated box available at Disley Station
A packed meeting of nearly 60 people at The Ram’s Head Inn, on Saturday 16th May, celebrated Disley’s successful bid for national accreditation as a walking-friendly destination. Presentations were given by David Rutley MP, Lyme Park Manager Cei Paynton, Chris Prescott (Walkers are Welcome), Tony Jackson (Disley Footpaths Society) and David Kidd (Disley Parish Council)… Continue Reading
Disley Parish Council recently held two public meetings, including a presentation by Tom Evans, the Spatial Planning Officer at Cheshire East Council to help inform of the possible benefits of having a Neighbourhood plan, to gauge opinion as to whether they think it would be a good thing for Disley & Newtown and whether there… Continue Reading
Disley Parish Council would like to invite you to a further presentation of the plans for the proposed redevelopment of Disley Community Centre and Library which is being held on Thursday 5th March at 7.00pm in the Community Hall. Following the last presentation in December several revisions to the plans have been made as a… Continue Reading