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Hello – its me – Peter Rabbit, but Shhhhhhh, don’t tell anyone I was here.  Its not Easter yet and I shouldn’t really be about!

Just wanted to let you know that me and my friends had such a good time last Easter in Adderley that we thought we’d come back for some fun with you this year.   We’re doing you an Easter Trail with all the kind people around the village.  It should be fun, and there might, just might, be the odd prize if Benjamin hasn’t eaten all the chocolate by then.  Honestly, he is such a chocaholic!

Anyway, keep your eyes open, for more news about how to take part in the Easter trail over the next few days.  Oh, and remember – you didn’t see me. Ok? 

Update On The A529

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The Audlem website has posted an update on the works planned for the A529 from the Cheshire end starting at Audlem. The update is provided by Cllr Rachel Bailey.

“… I am pleased to report that finally investment of the Government Safer Roads monies will commence. However, in spite of continued lobbying, The Old Railway Bridge at Swanbach, is only ear marked for further investigative works.

A road closure has been booked for 5th-11th May.


During this time the culvert at Greys Bridge will be cleared, and further drainage investigation work will take place by the old railway bridge.
This may lead to a future programmed repair once the extent of the issues have been identified.
The Cheshire East element of the DfT Safer Roads funded scheme will also commence during this road closure.

Originally all works were delayed until the infamous Adderley Lights issue was resolved; I will update you once I know if these works signal progress on that matter as well!”

Rachel Bailey
Audlem CE Councillor

Click Here for the full report

Free Food Hygiene Training Anyone?

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As many of you know, its good practice to have a number of people who have taken their Food Hygiene Certificate Training when running events in a community.  Whether its in the village hall, church or out in the community, its always good to know that there is someone there who has done the training.  Its a while since we have updated ours in Adderley and we would like to offer FREE training to anyone interested.

If you are involved with the Church, Hall, Toddler Group, Heritage Group or Nice Place to Be Team, or if you would like to offer to be involved and feel this would be a good thing to have under your belt, please let us know.  We are able to offer up to 12 places using the Community Fund the village has accumulated.   The course will be online, is recognised by  Environmental Health  and takes about two hours, but you can complete this in your own time to suit your circumstances.  A certificate will be provided.    Deadline for booking: WEDNESDAY 13TH APRIL and course must be completed BY 20TH MAY.

To book your place just fill in the form below and we will get back to you with details.  

Queen’s Platinum Jubilee Weekend in Adderley

As you know the Queen’s Jubilee weekend has been confirmed for Thursday 2nd June to Sunday 5th June, with celebrations happening all over the country.  Adderley will be no exception and already we have a number of special events lined up for you to enjoy.  

Friday 3rd June, BIG Breakfast – the Nice Place to Be Team are hosting a Big Breakfast in the Village Hall.  The perfect way to start the day when you are on holiday.  For a small charge to cover costs there will be a Full English, (with veggie/vegan options) and we hope you will amble down to join us and let us give you a real treat!   To be honest, we will leave the doors open so that the smell of bacon and sausages will drift across the village and your feet will bring you along!  We will need you to book though, (the thought of telling someone we have run out is more than we can bearBooking details to follow so watch this space!

A Free Fruit Tree! –  We are rather excited to be able to tell you that we are hoping to offer a limited number of fruit trees free to anyone who lives in the Parish of Adderley in support of the Queen’s Green Canopy campaign .   The trees will be distributed at The BIG BREAKFAST on Friday 3rd June.  So have a think, can you find a place for a fruit tree in your garden? We will be asking for numbers closer to the date; first come, first served

Saturday 4th June – There will be a Party on the Green at 4.00pm , with details to be confirmed by the Village Hall.  We are promised entertainment, Crazy Bowls, a bar,  a barbecue and a Bring and Share desserts table.  Tables and chairs to be provided and we will either be in the hall or out in the sunshine, depending on our glorious British weather.

Other Events:  It would be great to have an idea of anything else going on over the weekend.  Are you having a Street Party for example?   Let us advertise it on the website.  If you have any ideas for other events please let us know via Webmaster@adderleyparish.co.uk – we are always up for more people putting forward suggestions and eager to help if we can!  

Annual Parish Meeting

You are cordially invited to the Annual Parish Meeting to be held by your Parish Council on 13th April 2022 at Adderley Village Hall starting at 7.30pm.

The Annual Parish Meeting sounds rather formal BUT it’s an opportunity to hear about activities promoted by the Parish Council and to have your say on matters that interest you. There’s an opportunity to meet other parishioners and to relax over a cup of tea or coffee.

There’s a lot going on in Adderley.

Topics to be covered are:
Chairman’s Welcome and opening remarks Cllr Marius Coulon
Minutes of last meeting (21st April 2021)Jane Evans – Clerk
Matter arising from meeting Jane Evans – Clerk
Unitary Cllrs reportCllr Paul Wynne – Shropshire Unitary Councillor
Update on Speed awareness and the A529Cllr Iain Wilson
Update on The Three Parishes PlanCllr Paul Nash
Neighbourhood Watch UpdateCllr Nick Evans
The Heritage Project CllrPaul Nash
Jubilee CelebrationsCllr Louise Downley
Children’s playground reportCllr Paul Shepley
The new recycling bin (have you booked yours)Cllr  Marius coulon
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Annual Parish Meeting Agenda

Come and hear about what’s happening in Adderley Parish and take the opportunity to have your say. Tea and coffee available from 7:00  pm

You can download the flyer below.

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We have been told that there was a broken link in the article about Sunday’s Heritage Trail meeting at the village hall and people couldn’t get to the answers to the Treasure Trail Quiz. we’ve sorted the problem and the link should work fine. Please accept our apologies.