Mollington Parish Council - Cheshire

Working since 1901

Mollington

 is a small village of around 640 people situated approximately two miles north of the centre of Chester.  It is sandwiched between the A41 Chester-Liverpool and the A540 Chester-Hoylake roads and is bisected by the Shropshire Union canal.  It has a primary school, which it shares with its neighbours Lea-by-Backford and Backford, and a Pre-School.  Other shared facilities are the local church and Village Hall.  As well as these, Mollington has two 4-star hotels.
 COUNCILLORS

 

Councillors Telephone Mobile Email
Roger Jones 01244 851842 07931 150395 Email Roger
Brian Crowe 01244 851384   Email Brian
Mike Jones  01244 851260   Email Mike
Angus MacSween 01244 851277   Email Angus
Christine Jones 01244 851842 07974 172701 Email Christine
Sally Atkin 01244 851447 07761 826691 Email Sally
John Fielding 01244 852668 07763 991990 Email John

We are here:

 

CLERK TO THE COUNCIL

Clerk Telephone Email
Mrs Pauline English 0151 339 1405
07890 140412
Email Pauline
WARD COUNCILLOR    
Simon Eardley 07738 184101 Email Simon
CWAC Helpline 0300 123 7031 Email CWAC
Apollo Care 07960 064702 https://www.apollocare.co.uk/
Cheshire Police 101 https://cheshire.police.uk/
Rev Canon Stephen Mansfield 01244 880213 Email Stephen

 MEETINGS IN 2020

Meetings are held at St Oswald's Primary School

Tues 5 May 2020

Breaking news

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 COVID-19 - Information

Cheshire Police Alert

Live Well - from Cheshire West & Chester Council

Community Response Fund

Waste Management

Garden Waste

Social Distancing

Hoole Food Markets 

Apollo Care - Chester


Public Meeting with Harworth Estate Investments Ltd, the owners of the former Golf Course

was held on Monday 25 November at St Oswald Primary School. 6 pm.

The owners were keen to work constructively with residents and local partners to better understand how the Golf Course was used and how permissive paths into and through the Golf Course can be improved. They noted our aspirations for a safe traffic free cycle and walking route connecting the village to the Countess of Chester Country Park. If you would like more information and have further comments following the meeting please contact Chair, Roger Jones.

Article regarding the open meeting on Cheshire Live Website.

Article regarding the open meeting in Chester Chronicle Thursday 28 November issue

Chester Half Marathon has been postoned until September

This year the event will be coming through the villages of Mollington and Lea. We appreciate that there will be some disruption to traffic for a period on the Sunday morning in question, but we hope that residents will see this event and an opportunity to show case our community spirit. We hope that many will come out to Marshal or cheer on the runners in their efforts to raise funds for worthy causes.

Event Road Closures

Chester Half Marathon Postoned until September

While runners on on the road it is not safe for cars to be on the road. There will be about an hour from approx. 09.15 to 10.20 am while the runners are on the southern part of Townfield Lane and Station Road, so these roads will be closed. Outside these times, where possible, our marshals will assist residents in and out of the village, via the A41. Please be considerate.

Marshal Volunteers

If you would like to volunteer to Marshal the Half Marathon as it passes through the village, please get in touch with Roger or Christine Jones 01244 851842

Trees

Some residents have expressed concern at the number of trees which have be felled on private land in recent years. Applying Tree Protection Orders on trees in the Parish is a lengthy and resource heavy exercise. We would therefore ask residents to respect these wonderful old trees and make every effort to care for any on their land, for the benefit of all. We are presently walking the village to record significant trees. Oak, beech, sycamore and Horse Chestnut trees line our hedgerows and many of our front garden boundaries. If you are out and about, walking the village and you see a tree you think is worthy of recording, please let us know.