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Cheshire West and Chester Borough Council in exercise of the power under section 59 of the Anti-Social Behaviour Crime and Policing Act 214 (“the Act”)being satisfied that the conditions set out in section 59 of the Act have been met make the following Orders:

Subject to specific exemptions and defences, Persons within the area shown below shall:

WW1 Centenary Commemoration

Events in Kingsley

Sunday 11th November 2018

10am Service at St. John’s Church

10.50am Act of Remembrance at The War Memorial

Kingsley Cemetery

11.45am Light Lunch / Refreshments at Kingsley St. John’s Primary School. Donations welcome.

12pm onwards Display of information, photographs and homemade poppies at Kingsley Community Centre.

1pm Performances from Kingsley Young Singers & Kingsley Players Youth Theatre in the Community Centre.

Running time of each performance is approximately 30 minutes. Tickets free, donations welcome.

7.30pm Join the Kingsley Players in a Wartime singalong

in the Red Bull, Kingsley

Please note all donations will go to the British Legion and Help for Heroes

Thank you to the individuals and groups that have been involved in the organisation of the centenary commemoration events, including church groups, Kingsley Players, Kingsley Young Singers, Women’s Institute, Kingsley Parish Council, Kingsley Scouts and Cubs, Guides and Brownies groups. Thanks also go to the Kingsley Community Centre committee, and Kingsley St. John’s Primary School, for donating their facilities for the day.

Thank you also to the local Scouts group for their recent efforts in placing poppies around the village, and to pupils of Kingsley St. John’s Primary School for adding information cards to the display on the Brow.

For all those groups and individuals who would like to contribute to the display to be held in Kingsley Community Centre on the centenary, please be sure to take your items to the post office in the Cooperative Store by Thursday 8th November.

 

We hope that you can join us on Sunday 11th November as our community comes together to mark this important day of remembrance.

Thank you

Centenary Commemoration Residents Group

Notice From Cheshire West & Chester Council:

Cheshire West and Chester Council has this week launched a consultation seeking views on proposed changes to the Council Tax premium charged to the owners of empty properties that have been vacant for over two years.
The consultation can be found at the following link and is open until 24 October.

On Saturday 6th & Sunday 7th October between 10am and 3pm, Your Parish Councillors will be working on 2 tidy up days in the cemetery

We want to ensure that the grounds are looking their best for the WWI Commemorations

To help out with this, volunteers would be most welcome.

The cemetery is well looked after, but shrubs

and weeds around the grounds seem to have

had a growth spurt during the summer months.

Some of the help required will involve weeding

and pruning plants around memorials.

Other jobs include litter picking, general tidying

and the brushing of memorials.

Rubbish bags will be provided, along with

some equipment, and the Council will arrange the removal of anything collected at the end of the day.

If people would like to bring their own extra equipment it would be most helpful. 

Volunteers will need to dress for the occasion.

Strong, comfortable boots or shoes will be needed; gloves are essential if litter picking by hand.

Kingsley Parish Council have received the attached reply from Kingsley Green Belt Action Group ( KGBAG) in response to a request made by The Chairman to clarify the situation regarding monies raised by KGBAG through crowdfunding and pledges. The Chairman also requested KGBAG’s assessment in respect of KTI monies which are currently held in suspense in Kingsley Parish Council Accounts.

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