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Christleton Hall

Village breathes a Sigh of Relief

The residents of Christleton are feeling a lot happier today as the sword of Damocles which has been hanging over the village since last summer disintegrated. Yesterday Cheshire West and Chester City councillors decided by a vote of 10 to 1 to reject the controversial plan to develop Christleton Hall into apartments and erect 27 houses. We live in strange times with unwelcome decisions but this time common-sense prevailed.

Richard Nicholson

New contact details for St. James' Church

The Reverend Malcolm Cowan, the rector for the past seven years at St. James' Church, Christleton has now left to take up another Ministry. During the period of Vacancy the Parish will be run by the laity consisting of two churchwardens and the PCC. I now have details of who and how to contact

Richard Nicholson
Proposed Law College Development

Battle is about to begin again to save Christleton

It looks like seconds out for round two of the battle to save the village of Christleton

Richard Nicholson
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