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Lower Peover Parish Council

Welcome to the Lower Peover Village Website.

Please take a look around our website and find out more about our village. 

Lower Peover is a village in Cheshire which as approx 430 residents. It has a shop and post office, two pubs, a church and a primary school.

Lower Peover is one of a collection of "Peovers" in the area and they often get mistaken for each other.

Lower Peover is made up of Nether Peover and Peover Inferior and it neighbours the parish of Over Peover which is made up of Peover Superior and Peover Heath.

The two parishes of Over Peover and Lower Peover have connections through their parish churches who are sister churches and share a vicar, Reverend Murray Aldridge-Collins. 

Lower Peover also borders the parish of Plumley, Toft and Bexton and the parish of Allostock. 

Useful links

Locations of Fire Hydrants

Lower Peover Fire Hydrants

Below are useful links to local websites:

Lower Peover Primary School

St Oswalds Parish Church, Lower Peover

Cheshire East Borough Council

Cheshire West and Chester Borough Council

Cheshire Stored Oil Recovery Project

Lower Peover Post Office

Manchester Airport departure and arrival route details you can also contact Manchester airport community relations team by email to community.relations@manairport.co.uk

Find your nearest Register Office https://www.registerofficenearme.com

Find your nearest Jobcentre at www.jobcentrenearme.com

Find information on Universal Credit at https://www.jobcentrenearme.com/universal-credit

Find information on jobs https://wikijob.co.uk


Latest Parish News

Vacancy for a Parish Councillor

14

December 2021
Lower Peover Parish Council notice

VACANCY FOR A PARISH COUNCILLOR

Following the retirement of Mrs Sally Geake, a vacancy has arisen which will now be filled by co-option.

Parish councillors have a dual role: -

Firstly, to represent the views and concerns of the residents of the parish to the parish council itself and, through it, to the unitary authority. This involves attending meetings of the parish council and corresponding with the parish clerk. Individual councillors do not have, and cannot be given, powers to make decisions on behalf of the parish council. Rather, decisions are made by the Parish Council as a whole.

Secondly, parish councillors play a key role in reporting back to residents on issues affecting the parish i.e., listening and talking to people, including the local elected members of the unitary council This will almost certainly take up more of your time. However, it is important to remember that “rules of behaviour” apply whenever activities of being a parish councillor are being undertaken.

To be able to stand as a candidate you must:

• be at least 18 years old

• be a British citizen, an eligible Commonwealth citizen or a citizen of any member state of the European Union, and

• meet at least one of the following four qualifications:

a. You are, and will continue to be, registered as a local government elector for the parish/community in which you wish to stand.

b. You have occupied as owner or tenant any land or other premises in the parish/community area during the whole of the last 2 months

c. Your main or only place of work during the 12 months must have been in the parish/community area.

d. You have lived in the parish/community area or within three miles of it during the whole of the 12 months

If you would like to be considered, please write setting out why you would like to become a Parish Councillor, to Geoff Parker the Parish Clerk atlowerpeoverparishcouncil@outlook.com

The closing date for application letters is Friday 31st December 2021

The Countryside Code - New Version published

04

April 2021
Countryside Code

Natural England have just launched their new version of The Countryside Code.

As restrictions start to ease and we look forward to more freedom in the near future we expect that more people will start to enjoy time in the countryside once again.

The Countryside Code has great practical advice so that you can plan your trip.


It explains best practice in the countryside so that we can all support our rural communities in the best way.

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