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  • Thelwall Village after a rainy day

Parish Councils are the first tier of local government. As the local voice of the community, Grappenhall and Thelwall Parish Council exists to provide services for the community and to protect and enhance both villages.

There are sixteen Parish Councillors, all unpaid, who devote their time and energy to the wellbeing of the local people and the local environment. These Councillors are elected every four years. They are always pleased to hear from you and to use the knowledge and experience of local people.

The Parish Council owns and maintains two Playing Fields with children’s play equipment, the War Memorial on Bell Lane, Grappenhall Heys Walled Garden (and some of the surrounding open spaces) and the Village Green at Grappenhall Heys. It also supports two local youth and community centres.

Next Parish Council Meeting

The next Parish Council Meeting will be held on Thursday 18th July, 2024 at 7:30 PM

This meeting will be held at Council Office, Bellhouse Lane, Grappenhall. Members of the public are welcome to attend; please see the agenda for more details.

Download the agenda for this meeting:  Download

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Cliff Taylor

Cllr Cliff Taylor

It is with great sadness that Grappenhall and Thelwall Parish…
Warden Martin Stuart

Our Parish Warden, Martin Stuart, patrols the parishes collecting litter, carrying out various tasks as required and reporting problem areas to the Parish Council office.

Whilst out and about he has been taking photographs and has put together a newsletter entitled Warden’s Notes to provide a local update on progress and observations.

Community Litter Picking Events List 2024