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Cheshire West & Chester are providing details of an online resource pack Cheshire West and Chester Council has made available to help anyone who has to self-isolate for 10 days to help prevent the spread of COVID-19.

This includes information about who should self-isolate, how to self-isolate and how to look after any symptoms at home.

There are also sections about how people can get financial help to tide them over the self-isolation period, how to get essential shopping, where to get support with wellbeing and even tips on how to cope with boredom.

I would be grateful if you could share this link with your networks to help anyone who may need to self-isolate.

The Council will be sharing regular tips on social media to inspire self-isolators. Residents are invited to share their ideas and experience, either by posting on social media and tagging @Go_CheshireWest and using the hashtag #InspiringCW, or by visiting: www.cheshirewestandchester.gov.uk/inspire-cheshirewest and adding your ideas in the how are you making the most of staying at home section.

Anyone who needs support but does not have online access can call the Council’s helpline: 0300 123 7031.

Torus is a Housing Association based in the North West. With around 40,000 homes and 74,000 customers, they are the biggest provider of affordable homes in the North West and are now signing people up for the homes soon to be available on Higher Heyes.  They have produced the following FAQ's to give people the information they need both about the development and how to put their names down for the properties.

Further details can be found at https://www.lmhsales.co.uk/scheme-details/higher-heyes

You can download the FAQ from here :

Higher Heyes FAQHigher Heyes FAQ

Each week of the year Christians in Kingsley pray specially for people in a different area of the village and its surroundings. During March we think of, and pray for people living in: -

W/c Ma 7th Newton/Hillfoot and Old Hall Lane 

W/c Mar 14th Kingswood 

W/c Mar 21st  Meeting House Lane/Offalpits Lane 

W/c Mar 28th  Norley Road 


We invite you to add your own prayers

 




Site Manager: Ian Forber | Mobile: 07764 856 200 | Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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Updates from February 2021

Photos available at https://photos.app.goo.gl/tw7pLbepjnt9xpK89

Finally getting the excess spoil removed from site.

The kitchens and bathrooms are starting to arrive and are being fitted to the bungalows and to the flats.

Services are being connected to all plots this week then the lamp posts will be connected up.

The fencing is up and running now around the rear of the houses, will be a couple of weeks till it goes up behind the flats.

In the next few weeks we should see the site cabins going so the landscapers can make a start.

Slowly be surely we are getting there.


The Higher Heyes development is now nearing completion and Torus Housing Association have advised they will shortly be issuing this leaflet to every household in Kingsley Parish detailing how to apply for the shared ownership properties.

Applicants must meet a ‘local connection’ criteria and any questions regarding eligibility should be directed to Torus Housing Association by calling Rebecca on 07734 881 063 or emailing This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

For further details please see the post at https://www.kingsleyparishcouncil.org.uk/planning/higher-heyes/

 

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