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Henbury Webteam: Sat 23 Jan 1:00pm

You may have noticed that during the recent cold spell with Icy roads and a covering of snow that a contractor has been ploughing some of the the roads around Henbury and laying down a covering of grit at the same time. This initiative is provided by Henbury Parish Council as a trial scheme to assist where the Highway services of Cheshire East do not cover. It is limited in its nature at the...

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Henbury Webteam: Thu 21 Jan

Dark Lane closed again tomorrow Friday 22nd JanuaryCHESHIRE EAST BOROUGH COUNCILNOTICE OF TEMPORARY ROAD CLOSURES14 (2) ROAD TRAFFIC REGULATION ACT 1984NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Cheshire East Borough Council in exercise of its powers under Section 14 (2) of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 and of all other enabling powers issues this notice temporarily to prohibit traffic in...

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Henbury Webteam: Wed 20 Jan 4:18pm

Recent inclement weather has added to an ongoing issue of standing water and flooding on the Footpath and land between Henbury and Whirley. Henbury Parish Council have been in discussions with the relevant land owners and Cheshire East Council to find a solution to the issue that is casing concern for residents of the affected properties and walkers. Further site meetings will be held and a...