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Handbridge Park Councillors Support New Post Office for Handbridge

Councillors Razia Daniels and Neil Sullivan (Handbridge Park) are delighted to inform you that Post Office will be opening a counter with a wide range of services in Handbridge in McColls, 1 Queen’s Park Road, Handbridge, Chester.

In a joint statement, the Councillors said:

Upton takes step forward to "plastic-free" Parish Council

Upton Parish Council has taken a step toward being a "plastic-free" Parish Council.

The proposal, made by Conservative Councillor Jill Houlbrook, would see the Parish Council move away from the use of single-use plastics.

Councillor Houlbrook said:

Upton Community Litter Pick A Success

Jill Houlbrook, Conservative Councillor for Upton, would like to thank everyone who turned out to help at the community litter pick on Saturday morning.

Weeds a growing issue in Upton

Upton Councillor Jill Houlbrook has been inundated with complaints about the size and proliferation of weeds growing in the gutters in Upton.

September Update from Councillor Jill Houlbrook (Upton)

We had a very full Parish Council agenda last evening. On the list was an item about renewing the Parish Council engagement with the Upton Community Links group. Especially important to keep cross Channel dialogues open at the moment.

Simon Eardley: My Priorities for Saughall & Mollington Ward

Conservative candidate Simon Eardley has set out his local priorities for the Saughall & Mollington Ward.

They are:

1. Campaigning for a fair share of resources for the villages of the ward that takes into account its rural character and the challenges this can present.

Candidate Praises Lache Fun Day

After attending Love Lache on Sycamore Fields, Conservative Council candidate Jack Jackson said:

"It's been fantastic to spend a summer’s afternoon at Love Lache on Sycamore Fields.

Upton Conservatives Roll Up Sleeves & Tidy Up Cockpit

Fed up with waiting for the Council to do the work needed in the Cockpit, Gary Hulmes and Councillor Jill Houlbrook organised a working party to just get on with it.

Along with residents they spent 4 hours, trimming, weeding, sweeping, tidying and cutting the grass.

Gary said: