Disley Parish Council is proud to be joining organisations and communities across the country to commemorate VE Day 75, a three-day celebration from 8th May to 10th May 2020.
The Parish Council and the National Trust at Lyme are working to develop a visitor trail of prominent locations across the village where pop-up installations and information about this moment in history can be viewed. The project has a strong focus on peace around the world and celebrating the end of war as well as commemorating the sacrifices made 75 years ago.
The Council would like to hear from any residents and organisations who would like to get involved in this project and has organised a meeting on Monday 13th January at 7.30pm at Disley Community Centre to bring interested parties together. This will be an open meeting, and anyone interested will be very welcome to come along.
To register your interest, please contact the Parish Clerk on 01663 762726, by email at: firstname.lastname@example.org or in person at the Parish Offices in the Community Centre.
Further information is available on this VE Day 75 in Disley factsheet.
Disley Parish Council is delighted to announce that Disley & Newtown has been awarded the prestigious Championship Award in the Cheshire Best Kept Village Competition 2019. This is a huge scoop for the village and is fantastic recognition for all the hard work that been put into the village’s appearance over the past 12 months.
As well as the main prize, the village also took home a Little Gem Award for the Memorial Park on the A6 and won the individual prize in the Best Kept Village (Population 2,501 -5,000) category.
These awards represent a superb community effort and thanks go to PRIDE, the Friends of Disley Station, Disley Parish Council officers, Disley WI, St. Mary’s Church and the many individual residents who have contributed and helped to improve the environment around the village.
Updated Disley Parish Council Statement on Cheshire East Local Plan – Site Allocations and Development Policies Document Consultation
At a meeting of Disley Parish Council held on Thursday 14th November 2019, Councillors resolved to issue an updated statement in relation to the Cheshire East Council Draft Site Allocations and Development Policies Document (SADPD) consultation. This includes details of the Parish Council’s policy relating to land at the Greystones Allotment site on the A6 in Newtown, Cloughside Farm off Redhouse Lane and Jackson’s Edge Road/Lymewood Drive.
This updated statement is available to view or download at Disley Parish Council SADPD Statement – November 2019.
Hardcopies are available from the Parish Office at Disley Community Centre.
This statement replaces all previous Parish Council statements issued in relation to the Cheshire East Local Plan.
Disley Parish Council has sent a formal response to the Cheshire East Council Local Plan Draft Site Allocation and Development Policies Document (SADPD) consultation. This response relates to the two sites identified in the Plan for Disley and Newtown: DIS 1 – Greystones allotments and DIS 2 – Land off Jackson’s Edge Road, Disley.
A copy of the response is available to download HERE.
The Parish Council will be publishing a fully updated statement on the Local Plan shortly.
Cheshire East Council have issued the below statement regarding their on-going flooding response.
“Cheshire East Council and partner agencies continue to work closely together to respond to yesterday’s emergency flooding incidents in the north of the borough.
Since the weekend, Cheshire East has experienced prolonged periods of persistent and heavy rain, resulting in standing water and flooding at hot spots on the network.
Yesterday, flash flooding caused major issues in the Poynton, Bollington and Wilmslow areas yesterday evening, affecting around 60 properties and resulted in a number of road closures. Between 60-90mm of rain fell in 24 hours
Cheshire Police coordinated the multi-agency response throughout the night for the emergency services and Cheshire East Council.
Once the major incident response was stood down, Cheshire East Council took responsibility for leading the recovery phase.
Cheshire East Council is committed to keeping residents safe and continues to provide ongoing support, including the delivery of sandbags, flood boards and implementing road closures where necessary.
The council’s adverse weather desk was also mobilised yesterday morning and continues to be in operation today, with the authority’s Highways team so far responding to more than 150 weather-related calls.
As water levels recede, the authority will focus on inspecting the highways network, clearing away any debris, assessing the requirement for repair work and continue to respond to any requests for assistance from members of the public.
Additional resources have been deployed to respond to the issues on the highways network and a number of gully emptiers and jetters are working to remove any hazards and to keep the network safe.
The council – along with partner agencies – has also identified those most vulnerable and have been in direct contact with those affected to ensure their safety.
As part of the recovery process, Highways teams are also we are working in partnership with the council’s environmental service company ANSA to restore the carriageway to its original condition. It includes the deployment of road sweepers to the Poynton, Bollington and Wilmslow areas.
While the majority of roads have now reopened, motorists are advised to drive with care as there is still a large amount of surface water in the area. Members of the public are also reminded to abide by all road closure signs and advised to not walk through flood water as there may be hidden hazards.
Road closures are still in place in the following areas:
- Moggie Lane, Higher Poynton – closed in both directions due to collapse of the bridge at the junction with Narrow Lane. The council is working closely with partner organisations to make safe and repair the bridge and the road will remain closed for the foreseeable future.
- Styal Road, Wilmslow – closed in both directions;
- Fol Hollow, Congleton – closed in both directions
- Mill Lane, Adlington – closed in both directions; and
- Skellorn Green Lane, Adlington – closed due to flooding at the junction with Street Lane and Cawley Lane.0
Two-way temporary traffic lights are also in place along Mudhurst Lane/Higher Lane, Disley as the edge of the carriageway has been affected by flood water.
While rain has eased this morning, a further Met Office weather warning for the North West has been received for heavy rain and thunderstorms between midday and 8pm.
The public are warned that flood alerts are in place for the following areas in Cheshire East:
- Poynton Brook at Poynton and Midway;
- Poynton Brook at Wigwam Wood and parts of Armcon Business Park;
- River Bollin and Agden Brook at Little Bollington; and
- River Bollin at Heatley.
More information can be found at:
To prepare for the possibility of further floods, residents are urged to sign up for free flood warnings on the Environment Agency’s website, follow them on Twitter @EnvAgencyNW for the latest information or call the Flood Line on 0345 988 1188.
There is also further help and advice available from Public Health England regarding how to prepare for a flood and what to do if you are affected by floodwater – visit: www.gov.uk/prepare-for-a-flood
- Members of the public are advised to contact the council on 0300 123 5020 with any highways issues, or 0300 123 5025 out of hours.
- Updates will be given via the council’s social media pages (@CheshireEast and Cheshire East Council on Facebook) and via the @CECHighways Twitter account.
- Residents can also follow #CheshireEastFloods for the latest.”
The first phase of work to improve the Arnold Rhodes Playing Fields has now been completed, with a new tarmac path around the football pitch, resurfacing of the paths and courts and a new scooter track installed.
The new adult gym equipment has been installed in one of the former tennis courts and this is now ready for use.
A tree surgeon has cleared the foliage around the back of the tennis courts but further tree work will be undertaken when the ground is suitable to take the large equipment necessary without damaging the surfacing.
Three new pieces of toddler play equipment have been installed and work is on-going to fit the safety surfacing around the new equipment. The project manager is awaiting more quotes for the BMX track.
Further new play equipment has now been fitted in the original play area and the tennis court has been re-lined.
New seating and picnic benches have been installed around the park and trees planted for the orchard avenue.
The Parish Council will keep residents informed of progress on this exiting village project and the Council will hope to hold a family launch day upon completion.
The original masterplan prepared by ANSA is available to view HERE
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