The ink is hardly dry

The ink is hardly dry

This was the most bizarre meeting I have ever attended, firstly a lady had been invited to explain the procedure for implementing a neighbourhood plan, and unfortunately due to ill health the two councillors who at the previous meeting agreed to start to look at the procedure were not in attendance. Nor had it been advertised to allow residents who may have had a view on this to attend.

Cranage Parish Council Statement of Resignation John Irlam

I want to speak at this point as it will pre empt some of the questions later on. I had accepted quite a long time ago that the support I hoped to get from some residents for developing the Paddock, was not forthcoming and I would not be able to continue to support...

91 year old Cranage resident speaks about the Paddock

A short story from a 91 year old a resident of Cranage who has lived here all her life. Just a few words concerning the Paddock on Middlewich Road. I myself being an old Cranage resident feel very strongly about it all. I had Grandparents living at Mr Hopley’s,...

What is Cranage Parish Council up to?

flicking through our emails to the site we picked up this valid question from a local resident   I am outraged at the actions and attitude of Cranage Parish Council. As a resident of the parish, I have recently been asked to give our views on a small piece of...

Vote Against Affordable Housing in Cranage

The items below are direct extracts taken word for word from the documents on the Cranage parish website. July 24th 2012 agenda Part2 Discussion of affordable housing at Middlewich Road Minutes for July 2012   90/12 land at Middlewich Road Mr J Ashall attended...