Crewe and Nantwich Conservatives are celebrating this evening, as Candidate Roger Morris beat Labour in Crewe Central, a traditional Labour heartland Ward that went to a by-election following the sudden resignation of the previous incumbent, Anthony Critchley last October.
Last weekend Cllr Allen Gage (Willaston & Rope) accepted an open Invitation to Sandbach Town. He describes his visit below in advance of the Highway & Transport Committee Meeting next Thursday (25th January 2024) where car parking charges will be the substantive item under discussion.
Willaston & Rope Councillor Allen Gage is raising a ‘Notice of Motion’ at full Council this October, following the announcement by Prime Minister Rishi Sunak in Manchester, that the £2.00 maximum bus fare cap will be extended until December 2024.
Home Office Minister Robert Jenrick MP and Local MP, Dr Kieran Mullan joined Cllr Steve Edgar in Haslington Village today where they discussed a wide range of local issues, including highway maintenance issues, dealing with anti-social behaviour and the value of Neighbourhood Plans.
At the Highways and Transport Committee, Cheshire East Conservatives, together with cross-party colleagues, rejected proposals to consult on a standardised system of charging ‘zones’ across all the Borough’s car parks.