Development of the web site will continue over the next few months, so if you have any comments, suggestions, requests or questions please email the Photographs of the local area or events are especially welcome.
• Latest News and Events •
Saturday, 17th June
Meet at Lord Binning Carpark at 10am
Kelsall Steam and Vintage Rally
Saturday 24th and Sunday 25th June - Churches View Farm, Kelsall Road, Ashton, Nr. Chester CH3 8BH.
Kelsall Steam and Vintage Rally has become known as one of the largest displays of commercial vehicles in the country. Join an action packed weekend with something for everyone! Lawn Mower Racing, Donkey Rides, Punch & Judy, Robert’s Bakery Brass Band (Sunday), Falconry Display (Sunday).
For more information on the Rally please contact the event organiser via email@example.com
Vintage Auction – Saturday Morning organised by Wright Marshall for all auction enquiries contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Full details on website: http://www.kelsallsteamrally.co.uk/
Decibellas Women’s Choir,
led by Music Director Marcus Williams
Saturday 24th June - St Boniface Church, Bunbury, Cheshire
Doors open 7pm for 7:30pm
Join Decibellas Women’s Choir, led by Music Director Marcus Williams for an evening celebrating the joy and magic of music.
Music can have a transformative effect on mind, body and soul. The choir will be performing an eclectic repertoire, from toe-tapping popular songs to classical pieces that make your soul soar, but one thing is for certain, you're sure to leave with a spring in your step and a smile on your face! Tickets are £10 for adults, £5 for children and includes a post-concert tipple or two!
The concert is in aid of MIND, the mental health charity.
Tickets available from Swaffields Tarporley, Tilly’s Bunbury or via the Decibellas website.
For further details click here.
Opera and Musicals Gala Evening
Saturday 22nd July 2017
Kelsall Community Centre at 7:30pm
Tickets £16 available from 01829 752558 or email email@example.com
Kelsall Beer Festival 2017
Friday and Saturday, 10th and 11th November 2017
Have you got your 2017 planners/diaries open?? If not please make this entry in your calendar!
These are the dates for this year's festival.
Make it a priority, you can book your holiday to the Seychelles the following weekend...!!
• Notices •
The Story of Kelsall by Elspeth Thomas
Kadras has kindly allowed the full text of the book 'The Story of Kelsall' by Elspeth Thomas (with illustrations by Anne Saul) to be made available on the website. The book is in a text searchable pdf format. Click the link below to have a read of this fabulous resource.
St. Philips Church 150th Anniversary
2018 Photography Exhibition and Competition
"Through the Seasons in Kelsall"
Adults and Childrens classes - 13 winning photographs will be chosen for a 2018 village calendar.
Prizes for the winners!
Photographs need not be recent and do not need to be digital. Dig out some old snaps that fit the bill!
Entry forms available from 1st April at the Firs Veterinary Centre, local shops, and St. Philip’s Church (generally open 10-4 daily), on St. Philip’s website www.kelsallparishchurch.org.uk. or downloaded here.
Entries to be received by 1st September 2017.
A photography exhibition and voting for entries by the public will take place on Saturday 16th September, 1:00 to 4:30pm and Sunday 17th September, 12 noon to 4pm at St. Philip’s Church Lounge. Refreshments and light lunches will be available.
GoOnLine is a drop-in service which helps older people †in rural areas, including OPAL Club members, to learn how to access the internet, with one-to-one support of volunteers. The service aims to foster use of the internet to pursue peoples’ personal interests. The sessions are run in sociable settings in local venues. The session dates for 2017 are listed below.
GoOnLine drop-in sessions will be held in the following venues:
Farndon: Lewis’s of Farndon Coffee Shop, High Street, Farndon , CH3 6PU
The service runs on Thursdays, and the sessions run from 0930 am to 1130 am.
May†4th & 18th
June†1st & 15th
Frodsham: The Queens Head, 92 Main Street.
The service runs on Mondays, and the sessions run from 1030 am to 1230 pm.
May 8th & 22nd
June 5th & 19th
Crowton: Hare and Hounds, Station Road, Crowton CW8 2RN
The service runs on Tuesdays, and the sessions run from 10 am to 12 midday.
May 9th & 23rd
June 6th & 20th
Cotebrook: Alavanley Arms, Cotebrook, Nr. Tarporley CW6 9DS.
The service runs on Thursdays and the sessions run from 10 am to 12 midday.
May 11th & 25th
June 8th & 22nd
Oakmere: The Lounge, Chester Road, CW8 2HB.
The service runs on Tuesdays and the sessions run from 10 am to 12 midday.
May 2nd, 16th & 30th
June 13th & 27th
Please† note that individual sessions may have to be cancelled at short notice (http://www.opalservices.org.uk/go-online/). In such cases, we regret any inconvenience caused. For more information, contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or Jean Toyn on 07563 156 220 or Carol Hitchen on 07851 253 587
If you have IT skills and would like to volunteer to help with this service, please contact GoOnLine – they would be delighted to hear from you.
New Entry on the Business Page
Street Farm Dairy, Tarvin - Fresh Raw Milk (unpasteurised)
They have proudly milked a herd of pedigree Holstein cows and purebred Jerseys at Street Farm for the past 32 years. Based at the foot of Kelsall Hill, on the A54 in the heart of the beautiful Cheshire Countryside, surrounded by the villages of Tarvin, Ashton and Kelsall.
Fresh from the cow the milk is cooled and sold through a vending machine called the “Milkbot”. This keeps the milk cool and customers can dispense the amount they want into bottles provided. Fresh Raw Milk (unpasteurised) has a rich, full bodied, clean taste, full of flavour, full of natural goodness, nothing added and nothing taken out, just as nature intended, the nearest thing to a complete food.
For further details click here.
NDP Referendum Results
Kelsall and Willington Neighbourhood Plan referendum results are:
Full details can be found here on the CWAC web site.
Paper copies of the NDP documents can be consulted at the doctors', the vets, the school, both hairdressers
and in the Methodist church lobby.