Welcome to Davenham Parish Council

Welcome to the website for Davenham Parish Council. The website will be regularly updated with important news and Minutes from the Parish Council meetings.

 

Please also take a look at the Village Events tab to the right of this page to see what's coming up in the next few months.

Chair's Report 2017

DPC Chair Report 2016-17_22May17.pdf
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Parish Councillors

Chair: Katie Mattinson
Vice Chair: Elton Watson
Parish Councillors: Keith Carter, Rebecca Cooper, Andrew Hudson, Gareth Peel, David Ravenscroft, Cath Salt, Arthur Wood

Parish Clerk: Vicky Stock

 

Please click on the documents below to download a full list of contacts and for a Register of Interests.

 

DPC ContactListPUBLIC2016.pdf
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Neighbourhood Plan

 

We have now submitted the Davenham and Whatcroft Neighbourhood Plan to Cheshire West and Chester. There will now be a six week consultation during which interested parties can make comments on the plan. This publicity period will run from Thursday 20 April to Monday 5 June 2017.  Please find further information on our Neighbourhood Planning Page.

 

Our aim:

“You can please some of the people some of the time, all of the people some of the time, some of the people all of the time but you can never please all of the people all of the time.”

Abraham Lincoln

Our aim is to please most of the people most of the time.

Declarations of Interest

Declaration of Interests 2015.pdf
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DPC Code of Conduct

DPC Code of Conduct.pdf
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Our Role & Responsibilities

 

The Council's key role is to represent the interests of local residents and to lobby authorities such as the Cheshire West and Chester Council. As a democratically elected body, the Council's voice is always listened to.

 

In this Parish we are responsible for developing and maintaining the various playing fields we own and making sure that planning applications are consistent with the character of the area. We monitor the state of public footpaths and the general natural environment ensuring that litter is properly dealt with, and are often the first port of call for community groups and initiatives asking for support in financial or advisory matters.

 

If you have a non-urgent policing matter, please ring 101 and our local PCSO will investigate.