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Information about the South Cheshire village of Hankelow

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General Information.

The environment is Hankelow is very important to many residents. I have added a link on the Village Information page, where you can find out more about the Environment Agency and how to report any issues which may occur.

A lorry crash blocked the A529 between Adderly and market Drayton for a while yesterday (January 27th).

Hankelow dressage rider Izzy Maughan has been selected for the British Dressage Youth National Academy 2022.

There is a confirmed Avian Flu outbreak in Warmingham. The surveillance zone stretches south as far as Wybunbury.

Tickets are still on sale for the Audlem pantomime, "Robin Hood", which will take place from February 2nd to February 5th, and also for the ADCA Grand Dinner Dance on Saturday March 26th.

Nantwich News are reporting a huge planning backlog at Cheshire East, which will take months to clear.

The discussion on gritting continues, as councellors are told not to use ward budgets for gritting.

Many villagers have been wondering about the activities at the south end of the village, near Mill Lane. Now a planning application has been posted on the Cheshire East planning website for an agricultural building and an associated track from the A529.

Keep an eye on AOL and Nantwich News for local information. Local roadworks information can be found on the One.network website. Residents who like to walk across the Weaver bridges in Hankelow may want to check the river water level if the weather has been bad.

Older items from this section can be found here


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Dates for your diary

Tuesday February 1st - there will be an extra-ordinary meeting of the Parish Council in the Community Room of Hankelow Methodist Church at 7.00 p.m., discussing the planning application for an agricultural storage shed at Manor Farm and an associated track from the A529.

February 3rd, 4th and 5th - the Audlem Theatre Company's Annual Pantomime. Tickets are still on sale. Please note the performance on the 2nd has been cancelled.

Monday February 14th - The Mobile Library will be on the village green for 40 - 50 minutes from about 10:10 a.m.

Monday March 7th - the next meeting of the Parish Council will be held in the Community Hall at 7.30 p.m.

Saturday March 26th - the ADCA Grand Dinner Dance

Saturday May 14th - the Weaver Wander charity Classic Car event.

Sunday June 19th - Hankelow Village Summer Fete.

Saturday July 2nd - Audlem Party in the Park.

Sunday July 31st - the Transport Festival.

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Recurring events.

Currently suspended: Every Friday from 10:00 a.m. to 12 noon, Friday Coffee Mornings in the Hankelow Community Hall.

There is fortnightly Bingo in Audlem Town Hall on Friday evening at 7:30. Check AOL to confirm the dates.

On most Saturdays the  Audlem Charity shop is open  from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Check on AOL first, as the weather may affect the opening.

ADCA Tuesday club from 11:30 a.m. in Hankelow Chapel Community Hall, currently by invitation only. For more information go to https://adca.audlem.org/

Oceanwave Fresh Fish is usually on the car park of the Lord Combermere in Audlem every Thursday from 9:30 - 11:00 a.m. Note the change of time.

Bin collection in the village is on Mondays - check this calendar, kindly provided by Charlie Foster, to find out which bin to put out. The dates for the Library van are highlighted in red, and the timetable for the number 72 and 73 buses are on page 2.

Charlie has also produced a leaflet about the Go-Too bus service, which you can download here.

Click here for a recycling "What goes where" guide

You can find out more about regular weekly events in Audlem here.

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Covid 19

England has now returned to Plan A measures, as of January 27th. More information here. Cheshire East are saying "Let’s all move to Covid-19 Plan A with caution".

Cheshire East Council increases financial support offered through its Business Interruption Fund.

Cheshire East are asking you to Get vaccinated, get your booster and look after each other through this difficult winter period.

The Cheshire East Covid 19 information hub gives up-to-date information on the status of the area and how the council services are affected. If you are interested in following the daily national Covid figures, click here.

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