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Wanted – Photos of village events 2002 to 2022

The Parish Council will be publishing an updated version of the book of the village – “Over Peover – A Cheshire Parish”.

The book was first published in 2002 with over 1000 copies sold.

The new edition will also cover the years to 2022 by Barry Wienholdt, an author of the original book.

We need photographs of any interesting village events during the last 20 years.

If you can help please email any photos together with a brief description of the event/photo and the year it was taken to:

peoverbookphotos@gmail.com

Remembrance Service Photos

The Remembrance Service last Sunday was very well attended by local residents. We would like to thank everyone who came.

Here are some photos from the service.

Remembrance Service

Please click on the link below for details of the Remembrance Service

Remembrance Service

PRG Breast Cancer Awareness Event

Entrance is free on the evening, otherwise a ticket costs £10 that includes cheese & wine and a donation to Prevent Breast Cancer.

Poppy Appeal 2022

Please click on the links below for details of this year’s Poppy Appeal

Poster for Poppies

Poppy Appeal

Colshaw Hall Charity Shoot

Colshaw Hall Country Estate is hosting a charity shoot in aid of Brainwave, the Children’s charity on Thursday 22nd September.  Shooting will take place between 9am and 2pm. We apologise for any noise disruption this will cause to the village during the shoot and also wish to make residents with livestock aware of the noise.

Thank you for your understanding; this is a large fundraiser for the charity.

Speed Watch Volunteers Needed

Peover Superior Parish Council is looking for volunteers to help with its Speed Watch programme. If you would be interested, please click on the link below for further information.

Community Speed Watch

Rural Crime Survey

I wanted to get in touch to let you know that today I have launched a Rural Crime survey that will run throughout the summer.

Around two thirds of Cheshire is classed as rural, and I know from the contact I’ve had from residents and elected representatives across the county that rural crime can affect everyone. From theft of equipment and dangerous use of country roads to harming wildlife and anti-social behaviour, the scope and impact of rural crime is varied.

Through this survey I hope to build a better picture of how rural crime affects different communities across Cheshire. I want to understand what our Rural Crime Team does well and what good practice can be expanded further, and I want to know where the police approach can improve and which issues residents believe need a greater focus. People’s feedback will give me a greater insight into how I can hold the Chief Constable to account for how Cheshire Police prevents and tackles rural crime.

Rural crime has the potential to devastate livelihoods and wreck the scenic countryside we have on our doorstep. Whether we live or work in a rural area or visit there to enjoy one of Cheshire’s many natural beauty spots, I believe we all have a stake in ensuring our rural areas and communities are protected.

Please do share this survey so that residents can have their say: www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/ruralcrimesurvey2022

Kind Regards

John

Office of the Police & Crime Commissioner

Grotto Lane Break-in

On 16th June there was a break-in at a property on Grotto Lane and the home was ransacked. Please can we remind you to remain vigilant and keep your homes and possessions secure.

Notice of Public Rights

NOTICE OF PUBLIC RIGHTS AND PUBLICATION OF ANNUAL GOVERNANCE & ACCOUNTABILITY RETURN (EXEMPT AUTHORITY)

ACCOUNTS FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31 MARCH 2022

Local Audit and Accountability Act 2014 Sections 25, 26 and 27

The Accounts and Audit Regulations 2015 (SI 2015/234)

NOTICE

Date of announcement Friday 10th June 2022

Each year the smaller authority prepares an Annual Governance and Accountability Return (AGAR). The AGAR has been published with this notice. It will not be reviewed by the appointed auditor, since the smaller authority has certified itself as exempt from the appointed auditor’s review.

Any person interested has the right to inspect and make copies of the AGAR, the accounting records for the financial year to which it relates and all books, deeds, contracts, bills, vouchers, receipts and other documents relating to those records must be made available for inspection by any person interested. For the year ended 31 March 2022, these documents will be available on reasonable notice by application to:

Shareen Worthington (Clerk & Responsible Finance Officer)

Email: council@overpeover.co.uk

commencing on      Monday 13 June 2022

and ending on         Friday 22 July 2022

Local government electors and their representatives also have:

  • The opportunity to question the appointed auditor about the accounting records; and
  • The right to make an objection which concerns a matter in respect of which the appointed auditor could either make a public interest report or apply to the court for a declaration that an item of account is unlawful. Written notice of an objection must first be given to the auditor and a copy sent to the smaller authority.

The appointed auditor can be contacted at the address in paragraph 4 below for this purpose between the above dates only.

The smaller authority’s AGAR is only subject to review by the appointed auditor if questions or objections raised under the Local Audit and Accountability Act 2014 lead to the involvement of the auditor. The appointed auditor is:

PKF Littlejohn LLP (Ref: SBA Team)

15 Westferry Circus

Canary Wharf

London E14 4HD

(sba@pkf-l.com)

This announcement is made by

Shareen Worthington (Clerk & Responsible Finance Officer)

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