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Henbury — an Extraordinary HouseA new book is about to be published all about the history of Henbury Hall and the de Ferranti family. Many are surprised that the hall was only completed in 1987.The Sunday Times had an extensive article about the book yesterday, explaining how Sebastian de Ferranti spent so much of his time after retiring as chairman of the family firm, on the project to...
Henbury Parish Council have issued an update on the latest state of play with the project to bring Superfast Broadband to the village, and it's good news!Full details are shown in the attached file.If you haven't yet expressed interest, but you think you might want to join your Henbury neighbours in getting a much improved broadband service, please send the details below to...
Signs of Autumn approaching in Henbury...This week the wildflower meadow on the Millennium Green was mowed.Also this week, members of the team at St Thomas' Church were delighted to take delivery of a fantastic powered leaf vacuum machine. This has been purchased by the Parish Council, with a contribution of a grant from Cheshire East under the Community Clean-up Scheme. It will be used...
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