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TAVA presents this Saturday.
This item was submitted by the Hankelow Neighbourhood Plan Steering Group
Neighbourhood Plan 6-week consultation.
Hankelow Parish Council, as the qualifying body, has prepared a Neighbourhood Plan for the period to 2030 (the Plan) for Hankelow Parish with the help of the local community. The Plan sets out a vision for the future of the Parish and planning policies, which will be used to determine planning proposals locally.
Hankelow Parish Council is now inviting comments on the proposals in this Pre-Submission version of the Plan before it is submitted to Cheshire East Council for formal consideration and wider consultation.
The consultation opens for comment on October 7th 2019. The deadline for comments to be received by Hankelow Parish Council is 5pm on November 18th 2019
All the details, including an online version of the Plan can be viewed and downloaded on the Neighbourhood Plan Website, Regulation 14 page, and response forms can also be downloaded.
This item was submitted by the Webmaster on behalf of Pamela Whitworth
Appeal for information about the Timmis family.
My husband and I are spending a week in the Nantwich area at the moment, having visited for the first time approximately 20yrs ago.
During WWII, my father Henry Fennell, a Gunner RA, became friends with a ? Timmis living at 2 Council Houses, Hankelow. Occasionally my mother, my sister and I lived with the Timmis family to escape N London. In Aug 1944, my father warned Mum that the enemy were about to start bombing London with doodlebugs so to take herself, my sister of 3mths & me (3ys) to stay with the Timmis family. I have a good memory of my childhood from the age of 3yrs, recalling times here, the family & the US soldiers with their saying, “Got any gum, chum?” etc. Unfortunately, whilst we were here, my grandfather was killed when a bomb did actually demolish the house we all lived in. Mum had to leave my baby sister with the Timmis family for a few weeks and return with me to settle the family affairs.
My parents are now no longer with us, so I wonder if you possibly have any updated news of the Timmis family? I was surprised to see that the family ran a grocers shop as wasn’t aware of this. A big, big thank you to them from my sister and I for their kind assistance all those years ago.
With best wishes and in anticipation of any assistance.
Pamela Whitworth nee Fennell.
If anyone can help Pamela please contact me and I will pass on your information.