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May 13, 2021

Youngsters in town praised

Youngsters in a Moorlands town have been praised by the police and community leaders. The praise was handed out by a representative of Staffordshire Police who recently attended a virtual meeting of Cheadle Town Council.

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May 13, 2021

Lengthy debate at meeting about meetings

A town council has agreed to upload recordings of their meetings to their website. Cheadle Town Council agreed to upload the meeting recordings following a request from a member of public.

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May 13, 2021

Calls for free parking to be extended

Parents, community leaders and three schools in a Moorlands town are calling for free parking to be extended to help ease congestion outside schools. The motion for the free parking at Tape Street Car Park in Cheadle to be extended by half an hour was brought to Cheadle Town Council by councillors Phil Routledge and Gary Bentley.

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May 5, 2021

“We need someone devoted to promoting our town”

A town council has agreed to look into the possibility of re-introducing the role of a town centre co-ordinator to help promote a Moorlands town. In 2003, Staffordshire Moorlands District Council employed a separate town centre coordinator for each of it’s three towns – Cheadle, Leek, and Biddulph. However, all three roles were scrapped in 2010.

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April 29, 2021

Cash boost to help save former pub building

A community group which is aiming to save a historic building has received a cash boost. The Friends of the Royal Oak have announced that the Architectural Heritage Fund has awarded them a match funded grant of £14,000 in order to complete a Project Viability Study, related to the Royal Oak building on Cheadle’s High Street.

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April 29, 2021

Town spruced up with bunting and flags

A Moorlands town centre is back open for business – and with new welcoming décor. Bunting and flags have been put up along the High Street in Cheadle in an initiative to bring more visitors to the Moorlands town.

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April 29, 2021

Town council agrees to fight for hospital

Town councillors have unanimously voted to save the area’s hospital building. Cheadle Hospital is an ‘option’ for demolition in the ongoing Cheadle Town Centre Projects (CTCP) which is set to be carried out by Staffordshire Moorlands District Council (SMDC).

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April 15, 2021

‘Closed doors’ finally opening for meetings

Meetings surrounding the future of a Moorlands town are finally going to be made public. Staffordshire Moorlands District Council (SMDC) has formed a Stakeholder Panel to help support a Delivery Board which will be overseeing the development and delivery of a Cheadle Town Centre Project.

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March 25, 2021

Report sets out progress of town centre project

A report has been produced surrounding a town centre project in the Moorlands. The report, which was prepared for the latest Staffordshire Moorlands District Council (SMDC) Service Delivery Overview & Scrutiny Panel meeting, outlines what progress has been made surrounding the district council’s aims of revitalising Cheadle town centre.

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March 18, 2021

Could your group make use of this building?

An appeal has been made for community groups and organisations to utilise a building in a Moorlands town to save it from being sold off. Earlier this month, we reported that it had been announced that the Cheadle St John Ambulance base in Ashbourne Road is one of 117 St John Ambulance properties across the country which are currently under review “for potential disposal.”

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March 11, 2021

Concerns raised over boggy walkway at a Moorlands nature reserve

A council is calling for a walkway at a nature reserve be made a “proper footpath” amid concerns of it becoming boggy. Cheadle town councillors discussed the concerns at their recent virtual meeting.

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March 5, 2021

“Nature and wildlife is being squeezed out of town”

Concern has been raised over hedges next to a public pathway which are being taken down by builders. Bellway Homes Limited is currently building houses at the Cecily Mills site in Cheadle, and as part of the planning permission, contractors are removing some hedgerow to allow for a site entrance to be installed.

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