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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, Rev Jane Lloyd. 

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

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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 Jobcentre at www.jobcentrenearme.com

Latest Parish News

Lower Peover Community Broadband Partnership

Lower Peover


August 2020
Lower Peover Community Broadband Partnership

We have a small group of households from Lower Peover looking to set up arrangements for co-funding fibre broadband solution to homes and businesses in the Village that currently have lower than 6MB speed. If you're interested [NO Commitment at this stage] We need your name, home address and home telephone number [if applicable]. Please send this to lowerpeoverparishcouncil@outlook.com

Having a community fibre partnership with Openreach means we'll be connected to the national fibre network which brings many benefits including a choice of the internet service provider, reliability, value for money and sustainability.


Warning Issued Following Hoax Calls from Scammers Claiming To Be Police Officers


July 2020
Warning Issued Following Hoax Calls from Scammers Claiming To Be Police Officers

Detectives have been made aware of a spate of hoax calls from scammers claiming to be police officers from Cheshire Constabulary acting on behalf of HMRC.

There have been several reports over the last two months whereby people have been receiving calls from someone purporting to be a police officer or from Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs (HMRC).

The first part of the call is automated and asks the victim to press 1 in order to be connected to HMRC.

A recorded message then informs the victim that they have an unpaid tax bill and that there is a warrant out for their arrest unless they pay the balance immediately.

The fraudsters then ask the victims to make a bank transfer to pay off their supposed outstanding tax bill.

Scammers can also make calls appear as though they come from legitimate numbers and in one recent case the numbers traced back to a Cheshire based police station and HMRC.

Detective Sergeant Chris Jacques of the Economic Crime Unit said: “It is important to remember that police officer and HRMC will never call you and ask you to settle the balance of a tax bill over the phone.

“Telephone numbers can easily be spoofed and you should never trust the number you see on your telephone display.

“If you receive a suspicious call, do not give any information over the phone and end the call immediately.

“I would advise anyone who believes that they may have been a victim to this scam to please report it to us on 101 or via https://www.cheshire.police.uk/ro/report/.”

Police and Crime Commissioner David Keane said: “I am deeply concerned to hear about this recent spate of fraudsters claiming to be police officers.

“Fraud has a significant emotional and financial impact on victims so, as the Police and Crime Commissioner, I am committed to supporting those affected and to ensure that action is taken.

“I am urging all residents to remain vigilant and tell their family, friends and neighbours to be wary of these scams in order to protect against fraud in Cheshire.”

Anyone who believes they have been contacted fraudulently or have been a victim of fraud should call Cheshire Police on 101 and Action Fraud on 0300 123 2040.

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