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Public Conveniences Consultation

Nantwich Town Council is inviting its residents, local businesses and visitors to take part in and complete a short survey on whether there should be investment at the former Snowhill site to re-introduce public conveniences.  The site is located on Snowhill car park, Waterlode, Nantwich and for those unfamiliar with the location can view the sites proximity to the Town Centre on the below map.

The link will take you to an on-line survey monkey and should take just a few minutes to complete.  There will be hard copies available to pick up at the Civic Hall, Market Street, Nantwich for those preferring to complete the survey by hand.  Completed survey’s should be returned by 29th October 2021 to:

Nantwich Town Council
Nantwich Civic Hall
Market Street

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Talk of the Town Publication

Nantwich Town Council is currently reviewing the distribution of Talk of the Town and would like to hear your thoughts. The publication is currently distributed via paper copy to each home in Nantwich, with copies also available from Nantwich Market, Nantwich Information Centre and online.

We want this publication to be a useful document therefore we are asking for your input. Do you appreciate receiving a paper copy through the door, would you rather have it electronically or just pick up a copy from our office? We also value your opinion on the content, have we got it right? Is there anything else you would like us to feature? We look forward to hearing your thoughts.

Queen’s Jubilee

In 2022, Her Majesty The Queen will become the first British Monarch to celebrate a Platinum Jubilee, which is seventy years of service. Her Majesty acceded to the throne on 6th February 1952 when she was 25 years old.

The Platinum Jubilee Weekend in June, will include an extended bank holiday, from Thursday 2nd to Sunday 5th June, and will provide an opportunity for communities to come together to celebrate the historic milestone.

The four days of celebrations will include public events and as a town we are hoping to join in with these celebrations.

This is where you come in. As a Town Council we have some ideas, but we would like to know what you, the residents of the town would like . Therefore we would love to hear any ideas/suggestions you may have to create a celebration in the Town?

Naming of Nantwich’s Lakeside Copse

Nantwich in Bloom have continued working in the town during the pandemic to ensure it looks as attractive as ever. One project they have embarked on over the past few months has been the planting of some tree saplings at the lake, which will be a commemorative copse.

Volunteers relocated 22 tree saplings from Coed Wen next to the lake and hope this area will become a place to reflect on all those affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.

A plaque, kindly donated by Nantwich Partnership, will be erected next to the copse, however we need you to choose a name. All entries will be reviewed by the Nantwich In Bloom Committee with a vote on the favourite.

To have your say simply complete the form below

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May 2019 was a significant month for Nantwich Town Council with the local elections and a fresh Council featuring five new Councillors.  A new Mayor and Deputy Mayor of the Council were elected. Alongside all this the new Town Clerk, Samantha Roberts, joined the Council in September 2019.

During the months that followed we began developing the Corporate Strategic Plan for the next three years.

We opened a public consultation process on the draft Corporate Strategic Plan with key stakeholders and the local community, as it was important that your views were considered and incorporated within the document.

Consultation responses have now been received and included in the plan, and the final version including the amendments will be published in due course.

The three-year corporate plan has five key Core Priorities and the overarching vision of ‘making Nantwich an even better place’.

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Other consultations in our area

Visit Cheshire’s East website for further information on consultations in the area.

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