Parish Council meeting dates:
Monday nights 8pm at the Goshawk.
Dates for quarterly meetings:
Jan 20th 2020 (change of date)
Apr 27th 2020 (Meeting & AGM)
Call 999 - Emergency number
Only use it for:
* Anything involving danger to life
* If violence is used or threatened
* If a serious crime is in progress
Call 101 - Main Police switchboard.
* To report incidents of crime
* To report anti-social behaviour
* To request assistance
* To pass on information
Call 0845 458 6393 - Frodsham neighbourhood police team voicemail.
* If you have a community problem
* If there is an issue that affects your neighbourhood
Welcome to Mouldsworth Parish Council
COVID 19 UPDATE
Given the relatively small number of households in Mouldsworth and the very close knit nature of our community, we are not planning any major initiatives or campaigns in the light of the current crisis.
We are aware of good work in the village already ongoing as regards support for those who are in self isolation.
Based on numerous conversations this week it is clear that residents are taking care of themselves and one another, and also being supportive toward, and helpful to, neighbours. That said, if any of us, not just as Councillors but as neighbours and friends, can help any residents in the difficult days ahead, we can be emailed or telephoned via our contact details on this website, and we will do everything possible to assist as appropriate.
Our next meeting scheduled for 27th April will not, now, be taking place; we may try and convene “virtually” via a conference call but have yet to take a decision on this matter.
Please stay safe
Mouldsworth is a pretty village on the outskirts of Chester in the unitary authority of Cheshire West and Chester. It is located about 8 miles north east of Chester City Centre on the B5393 road. The nearest villages are Manley to the north west and Ashton Hayes to the south west. Delamere Forest is situated to the east of the village. At the 2001 Census the population was recorded at 302.