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Cheadle town council

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May 19, 2022

Volunteer appeal to bring back speed watch

An appeal is being made for volunteers to help bring back a community speed watch initiative to a Moorlands town. Cheadle Town Council is aiming to get such a scheme back up and running in order to: “make our roads and town safer.”

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May 19, 2022

Second year for town mayor

A civic leader has been elected to the same role for a second year running. Councillor Sue Walley, who has served as Cheadle Town Mayor for the last 12 months, has been elected by fellow town councillors to serve as mayor for a second year.

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March 17, 2022

Bandstand to take centre stage at celebrations

A town council in the Moorlands is planning to hire a picturesque bandstand for their Jubilee celebrations in June. It is set to cost Cheadle Town Council £3,400 for the hire of the structure for Tean Road Recreation Grounds for Her Majesty the Queens’ Platinum Jubilee celebrations in the town.

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March 10, 2022

No road closure for street party in town centre

A council has opted against implementing a full road closure in their town during June’s jubilee celebrations via a majority vote after intense discussions in council chambers. The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee commemorations in Cheadle are being organised by Cheadle Town Council across the national bank holiday weekend of June 2 to June 5.

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March 3, 2022

Ukraine appeal launched in town

Two community leaders have launched an appeal to help those being affected by the terrible atrocities unfolding in Ukraine. More than half a million people have fled the country amidst the Russian invasion with civilians among those killed in the bombings and raids.

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February 17, 2022

Council opposes footpath ‘deletion’

Community leaders have stated they do not want a “well-used” footpath in their area to be deleted from a footpath register. Cheadle Town Council has stated that it opposes the proposal to ‘delete’ a much-used footpath from an important register.

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February 4, 2022

Council budget breakdown outlined

Cheadle Town Council has provided reasons why there have been several changes to its budget for the next financial year. There were a number of increases within certain areas of the budget. One of these was ‘Staff and Council Training’ which rose 500 per cent from last year to £1,500 from £250.

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January 13, 2022

“A great loss to the town”

Tributes have been paid to a long-standing Moorlands councillor who sadly passed away last week. Councillor Richard Alcock, who has stood on both Cheadle Town Council and Staffordshire Moorlands District Council for more than three decades, passed away at his home in Cheadle on Friday (January 7).

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December 10, 2021

Community leaders urge action over roundabout

Community leaders have raised concerns regarding a section of road in their town which has become perilous for commuters and pedestrians. Members of Cheadle Town Council have stated that they have become increasingly concerned about the state of the mini-roundabout on the A522 that links with Ashbourne Road outside the Lamplighter pub in Cheadle.

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December 10, 2021

Council set to refuse £5,000 carnival grant

Cheadle Town Council is set to refuse Cheadle Carnival’s community grant application request for £5,000 ahead of the new financial year in April. Councillors met at a committees meeting on Monday (December 6) to discuss its draft budget and grants for the next financial year.

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December 2, 2021

Teenagers awarded Certificates of Appreciation

Two teenagers have both been given a Certificate of Appreciation award by Cheadle Town Council for their expertise in setting up a skate park competition in the Summer. Lewis Hide, aged 15, and Mark Shingler, aged 18, organised the event at Tean Road Recreation Ground through the council’s Community Reassurance programme, which has been engaging with park users since the summer.

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November 25, 2021

More than 70 objections lodged against development

Two parish councils have re-affirmed their position on a proposed major housing development in the Moorlands after it received more than 70 objections from residents. Bloor Homes is asking Staffordshire Moorlands District Council (SMDC) for permission to build 228 homes on land east of Froghall Road in Cheadle.

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