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Parish And Town Elections – 2nd May 2019

Household Security Marking Kits

Please click on the image below for details on obtaining a marking kit for your property.

WI – Latest Update

Please click on the attached link for the latest update from the WI

WI February Meeting

Cheshire Forest Hunt Ball – Saturday 9th March

The Cheshire Forest Hunt are holding their annual hunt ball at Peover Hall on 9th March, from 7.30pm until 2am.  The event is being held in a marquee as usual, so the hunt would like to give the residents of Over Peover advance notice of any noise from the band.  After dinner tickets are still available, for more information, please contact Sonya, 07740 703446.

It’s Here! FTTP on Stocks Lane

‘Welcome to the 21st Century’ for residents on Stocks Lane who can now benefit from Fibre To The Premises (FTTP) Suprefast Broadband which will bring dizzying download speeds of up to 791 Mbps and upload speeds of 28 Mbps. Please see the earlier post on broadband for information about how to arrange for your premises to be linked up.

Road Closure – Stocks Lane: 18-19th February

Stocks Lane, Over Peover will be closed on Monday 18th and Tuesday 19th February from the junction with Grotto Lane to the junction with Chelford Lane. The closure is necessary to enable Cheshire East Highways to carry out Carriageway Structural Patching.

The alternative route will be via the following streets: – Chelford Lane, Snelson Lane, Chelford Road, Seven Sisters Lane, Toft Road, Holmes Chapel Road, Stocks Lane

Pedestrian access to any premises situated within the temporary closure will be maintained at all times. Vehicular access will be maintained for emergency vehicles and residents where possible.

If you have any enquiries relating to the works please contact Cheshire East Highways on telephone number 0300 123 5020.

Broadband Breakthrough! The Latest Communication from Connecting Cheshire

Dear All,

I am delighted to confirm that over the holiday period Openreach completed work on upgrading Lower Peover V2 and V35 areas to FTTP.

The following postcodes should now be able to benefit from faster speeds:

LP V2:

WA169HQ, WA169HG, WA169EZ, WA169EX, WA169RF, WA168TN, WA169HE, WA168SL, WA169HD, WA169HF, WA169RE, WA169HA, WA169ET, WA169HB, WA168TW

LP V35:

WA168TH, WA169PF, WA168TL, WA169ET, WA169ES, WA169ER, WA169PE

This should total approximately 58 premises reached.

Check the Connecting Cheshire website to see if your home or business can be upgraded and then contact your Internet Service Provider or shop around for the best deal and order a fibre broadband service – it doesn’t happen automatically and you could make a saving compared with your current broadband contract! For more see: http://www.connectingcheshire.org.uk/how-to-switch/

Please note:

1. Be aware that this does not mean every premise in every postcode will be reached, the way the network is configured may result in some not yet being able to switch, unlike FTTC, this network is built around individual premises, also it is possible that some premises will be too far from the nearest distribution point to benefit, as we only fund the network to the curtilage. If this occurs please raise directly with Openreach who can investigate further via their online form. In such cases Openreach can often connect a premise but there may be an excess construction charge levied by the ISP, this is outside our control.

2. As this locality will benefit from fibre to the premise (FTTP) technology, there are a limited number of internet service providers selling FTTP at present – they include BT Retail, PlusNet and Zen, although we expect more providers will join the market as the technology becomes more widely available – this is outside our control and is a commercial decision made by individual ISPs.

Thanks for your patience, as you know this has been a very challenging piece of work for Openreach; let’s hope as many residents as possible can now take up this opportunity and benefit from the investment.

We would be pleased to provide leaflets and hold a photo-call to celebrate if you wish.

Regards Andrew

The Connecting Cheshire Team

Banish those January Blues!

Banish those January blues with a fun-filled evening at the village hall consisting of:  “A unique cocktail of fun, laughter and great music – that will leave you both shaken and stirred!”

The professional performers, endorsed by Pam Ayers on ‘Desert Island Discs’, are “The Opera Dudes” who present a lively and amusing programme. There will be a licensed bar.

Tickets are £12 and are available from: Kathy Doyle, Judy Wienholdt, Ros Jackson, Peter Clarkson, Jayne Rudd, Heather Jobling and Shareen Worthington (Parish Clerk) 07786 324125  If you require any further information contact Kathy Doyle  07771513983/doylekathym@gmail.com

Opera Dudes Flyer

Opera Dudes Night at Village Hall – Friday 11th January 2019

Over Peover Village Hall is hosting an evening of comedy and music with the hugely popular act, Opera Dudes.

Join us on Friday 11th January from 7.30pm. We have a licensed bar and lots of raffle prizes to be won.

Tickets are £12 each and are available from Kathy Doyle, Ros Jackson, Judy Wienholdt, Jayne Rudd, Heather Jobling, Peter Clarkson and Shareen Worthington

 

Opera Dudes Flyer

 

Christmas Tree Volunteers

We need a couple of volunteers who can help put the lights on the Christmas tree on Thursday please. If you are available for around half an hour at 2pm and can help, please contact Kate Wadsworth on 07875711756. It will be on the corner of Stocks Lane and Parkgate Avenue. Thank you.

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