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Have you visited Cheshire East Council's new online resource yet?

Launched in 2017, Live Well Cheshire East provides information and advice on a range of services across Cheshire East, giving you greater choice and control to support you and your family.

This easy to use directory of over 3,000 services has already won many accolades from the public sector, communities and individuals. You can use Live Well Cheshire East to find information and advice on subjects such as:

  • Health matters
  • Community activities
  • Care and support for adults
  • Care and support for children
  • Living independently
  • Education, employment and money matters
  • Looking after someone
  • Local Offer for SEN and disability
  • Staying safe

You can also send feedback about the directory, and suggest services to be included. The team are looking forward to hearing from you!

More news from Henbury

Join Choir
Henbury Webteam: Thu 20 Sep

St Thomas' Church ChoirIf you enjoy singing, you might like to know that the choir at St Thomas' Church in Henbury are currently looking for new voices to join them. The choir has a very long history, and they are keen to maintain the tradition, and welcome new members.Choir practice is normally on a Wednesday evening at 7pm in the church. Why not give it a try?If you feel you...

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Henbury Webteam: Thu 06 Sep 8:09pm

Work On the Green to Extend the Hardstanding Dear Henbury Residents and Visitors to Henbury Millennium Green,On Monday September 10th ground works will commence to extend the hardstanding area near the gate of the Millennium Green so that we can accommodate the catering trailer at the Annual Bonfire without damaging the field surface with the deep wheel tracks we have experienced in the...

Scales Justice
Henbury Parish Council: Thu 06 Sep

Following the decision by Cheshire East on Tuesday approving the building of nearly 400 houses either side of Chelford Road, we have more details from the Henbury Parish Council team who attended the meeting.The team had several areas of concern regarding the way in which the decision was reached:1) Air QualityThis is a key concern, as all the developments will feed additional traffic...