PC minutes - October meeting

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The minutes of the Parish Council meeting which took place on October 7th are now on the PC website and can be viewed here.

Items included

Mr George McLaren-Brown is co-opted as a Councillor.

An application from The Store (a mobile shop selling goods with minimal packaging) — objections were raised by the Parish Council and some village traders and Cheshire East have been informed of these objections.

This set of minutes also includes (para 19.70) a list of councillors appointed to the various working groups within the council and as representatives to outside bodies.

Please also note that access to the Parish Council website is now available via a ditrect link from the "links" tab on the home page of the website

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