Cuddington Parish Council is the most local tier of local government. Cheshire West and Chester Council are responsible for most of the services provided in the area. The Parish Council fills any gaps as appropriate. For example the Parish Council provides an annual grant to the Trustees of the Playing Field towards the maintenance costs of the Norley Road playing field (at the Village Hall). The Parish Council is also repaying the loan taken out to finance the building of the village hall. It also represents Parish views and objections to other bodies such as Cheshire West and Chester Council, the Police, the Housing Trust. Council Tax payers pay a Parish Precept and elected Parish Councillors meet normally on the 3rd Monday of each month at Cuddington Village Hall commencing at 7.15pm. Members of the public are welcome to take part in the public forum at the beginning of each meeting and listen to proceedings thereafter. The Parish Council aims to be open and transparent in everything it does.
A Vacancy has arisen for the Parish Council - PRESS HERE to learn more (applications by 18 April 2020)
Parish Council Meetings for 2020 are (all starting at 7:15pm):
- all Parish Council meetings have been cancelled with immediate effect - this will be reviewed in early June (PRESS HERE for more)
2020: 20 July, 21 Sept, 19 Oct, 16 Nov, 14 Dec
2021: 18 Jan, 15 Feb, 15 Mar, 19 April, 17 May.
Finance and General Purposes Committee Meetings are:
- all Parish Council meetings have been cancelled (see above)
2020: Thurs 25 June (11am), Mon 26 Oct (11am), Mon 7 Dec (10:30am)
2021: Mon 29 March (11am)
The Parish Council approved at the meeting held on 23rd July 2018 a set of objectives which the Council work to achieve. You will see that it includes recommendations contained in the final Village Plan report. This is a living document and will be modified as things change. Press here to view document.
Allotment plots are being provided at Eden Grange, Warrington Road, Cuddington. This is a planning obligation to the Cuddington parished area.