Davenham Village Resilience Plan

In liaison with Cheshire West & Chester (CW&C), Davenham Parish Council has commenced the development of a Community Resilience Plan. The Plan will hold data that allows potential assistance, of all kinds, to be rendered in the event of a serious or emergency incident in the village (e.g. tradesman, temporary building / accomodation provision etc.). 


The Plan in no way attempts to take the place of the responsibilities or roles of designated bodies or first responders but will collate information on skills and services from within the Davenham community which could potentially be called upon should the need arise.  


The Parish Council are keen to hear from businesses as well as individuals. If you are willing to potentially provide a service / equipment in the event of an emergency situation then we would like to hear from you for inclusion in the Plan. Please send details of the service / skill along with contact details to clerk@davenhampc.org.uk. Thank you for your support.


Dog Fouling

Dog fouling is an on-going problem in the village as in most places. Not only is it extremely unpleasant and unnecessary, but it also presents a significant health risk in particular to young children.


We do recognise and thank the majority of dog owners who are responsible but are let down by a small minority who fail to take responsibility. We politely request that the bins all around the village including Laburnum Road and Butchers Stile are used for waste bags or otherwise taken home.


As part of the Cheshire West and Chester dog ownership campaign, to report dog fouling, please ring 0300 123 8 123 or report online: Dog and Animal Fouling.

2096 Mabel campaign DL llt v11 HRes.pdf
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Community Governance Review

Please find below the Notice of Decision and new Parish boundary maps from CW&C in relation to Davenham & Whatcoft parish.

Davenham Notice.pdf
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Sept_Davenham parish map.jpg
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Cold Caller Warning

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