The date of the Disley and Newtown Neighbourhood Plan Referendum has been set for Thursday 12th July 2018. The Polling Station will be at Disley Methodist Church and voting hours will be from 7am to 10pm. For more information, click HERE
The Parish Council is considering introducing a weekly Community Shop and Ride Service for Disley and Newtown residents.
If you are finding it difficult to get to the shops and would find it useful to be taken shopping each week, door-to-door, please let the Parish Council know. Also, if you know of anyone in the village who would benefit from this type of service, please get in touch.
The Parish Council can be contacted via email HERE by phone on 01663 762726 or at the Parish Office at Disley Community Centre, off Buxton Old Road, Disley, SK12 2BB.
More information can be found on the Community Bus page HERE
The Summer 2018 edition of the Parish Council’s Disley News will be distributed shortly and as always, it is full of local news, events and information. The Front Page news is the Disley and Newtown Well Dressing Festival and the Disley Health & Well-being Show.
A downloadable version of the newsletter is available to view HERE. It is quite a big file, so please be patient.
Hardcopies will soon be available at Disley Community Centre, Disley Library and various other outlets throughout the village.
There will be a joint consultation event for Cheshire East Council Local Transport Plan and SEMMMS strategy update at Disley Community Centre on Wednesday 30th May from 2.00 to 7.00pm.
Disley Train Station users are to benefit from improved rail connections to Manchester. From late May 2018, Northern is increasing the number of trains on the route to two an hour, significantly increasing capacity on one of the busiest lines into the city.
Disley Parish Council, the Friends of Disley Station (FODS) and local MP, David Rutley have been working with Northern for some time to secure improved services for Disley Station.
The improvements will not just benefit commuters, they will give visitors more options when travelling to Disley to visit local shops and eateries, go to Lyme Park or walk the Gritstone Trail etc.
The improvements come as part of Northern’s May 2018 timetable changes which are paving the way for the modernisation of the railway and the introduction of 2,000 extra services each week by 2020. Unfortunately, due to delays in the delivery of the Manchester to Preston electrification, it has been necessary to postpone some of the improvements Northern had hoped to deliver.
Northern’s new timetable for Disley is available to view, print and download HERE.