Winter Working Party on the Green. Saturday February 8th at 10 am.
Do come and help us if you can with some tidying up jobs on Henbury Millennium Green as spring approaches . We will be mainly focused on:
o Fence mending
o Pruning overhanging trees
o Cleaning the bonfire site.
o Planting trees and hedgerow saplings
o Cleaning the benches.
Old clothes, stout footwear and a pair of gardening gloves are recommended and if you have any tools that you think would help you to do any of the above jobs, please bring them with you.
We aim to start at 10.00, the finish time will depend on how well we get on with the jobs -- many hands make light work!
Please e mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are planning to come and help, or just turn up. All ages welcome ( children must be supervised)
Thanks in advance from the Trustees of Henbury Millennium Green. We look forward to seeing you on the 8th
More news from Henbury
#An Opportunity to Investigate? We've received this message from our PCSO Julia Short and thought there might be an opportunity here for one of our readers to join Cheshire Constabulary. Details are in the link Julia has given us. Cheshire Constabulary will be running a number of recruitment webinars over the next few weeks to promote the new fast-track detective constable entry...
Please clear up after your dogReg is very disappointed to hear there is lots of dog poo & discarded dog poo bags on the pavements & paths around Greenside, Whirley & Henbury. Sadly, it appears the barbed wire fences have a new fashion.....hanging poo bags.We know that lots of lucky people have acquired new dogs during lockdown, but we hope that all owners heed the first rule of dog...
It is with great sadness that we announce the death of a much loved and highly respected Henbury resident, Lady Elizabeth Graham-Smith on January 4th 2021. Lady Elizabeth and Sir Francis , known to many in the village as Elizabeth and Graham, settled in the Old School House in Henbury in 1981 since when they have both been very active in many aspects of village life. They met when they were...