You may or may not know but we have a Swing Band based in Moston, The Debonaires, and last year the band made a recording of The Lambeth Walk and a number of Moston residents helped with the ‘oy
The Lambeth Walk was played extensively on VE day and Alan and Anne Holder have supplied the attached link of the recording which can be played and sung along to on Friday (also at any other time).
Many of us have decorated the fronts of out houses with flags and bunting, it would be great if we are able to sit in our front gardens and chat as safe as possible with neighbours to celebrate this day.
So here is the timetable for our virtual Moston VE75 Day party.
At 3.0pm Alan will play on the band P.A. system the air raid siren as the last ”All Clear” and we can all do the nation’s toast to the heroes of World War 2.
” To those who gave so much, we thank you ”
At 3.05 we can play and singalong to the Debonaires recording of The Lambeth Walk.
After this Alan will play VE day music on the band PA system, it will depend on the wind direction who and how many of us hear it, hopefully many of us.
Lets make the best of this celebration in spite of Covid-19.
May Council Meetings for Moston Parish Council are cancelled. The council hope that you are all keeping well. Please do get in touch if there is anything that we can do to help.
Official statuary requirements have been relaxed to allow flexibility for Councils at the moment. The AGM can be delayed as have the financial reporting requirements. We will re-commence meetings as soon as we can.
Council work continues and here is an update on planning issues:
Since the last Moston Parish Council Planning Meeting on March 3rd 2020 members have kept up to date with parish planning applications and decisions.
On 23rd March 2020 Application 20/1283C was submitted for 1 residential gypsy pitch, on plot 3 Meadow View Park, Dragons Lane. Moston Parish Council had previously agreed to object to residential planning applications in this vicinity and Civitas submitted an objection on behalf of the council.
On 2nd April 2020 The Planning Inspectorate allowed the appeal against refusal by Cheshire East Council of Planning Application 18/2413C for 1 residential Gypsy/Traveller pitch on Land Adjoining Meadowview Park, Dragons Lane. This brought the number of residential units in The Health and Safety Executive inner consultation zone to 2, the maximum permitted.
On 6th April 2020 Planning Application 20/0183C for the removal of existing concrete and asbestos garage and replace with new conservatory at Oakwood Farm, Oakwood Lane was refused by Cheshire East Planning as being a disproportionate addition to the original dwelling. The parish council had no objection to the proposal.
27th May 2020 is now being shown as the date for the following applications to be decided by The Southern Planning Committee.
19/3706C Residential caravan site for 1 gypsy family on Land South of Dragons Lane,
19/5213C Residential Caravan Site for 7 Gypsy Families with 16 caravans, including no more than 7 Static Caravans/mobile homes, laying of hardstanding, erection of communal amenity building, erection of 5 Utility buildings and stable at Thimsworra Farm, Dragons Lane
20/0161C Residential Caravan Site for 1 Gypsy family at Land East of Meadow View, Dragons Lane
20/0097C Residential Caravan Site for 1 Gypsy/Traveller family on land adjoining Meadowview Park, Dragons Lane..
The following applications remain undetermined by delegated authority.
19/4679C New Access at Meadow View, Dragons Lane.
19/5681C Single storey rear extension with part balcony at 1 Sparrow Grove Barns, Dragons Lane.
20/0821C New Agricultural Dwelling and barn at Ivy Fields Farm, Plant Lane.
Cheshire East Planning Enforcement informed the parish council that 2 Breach of Condition Notices were issued to the owner of Horseshoe Farm, Warmingham Lane, on 5th March 2020. 1 relating to Application 17/2398N due for compliance in April, the other relating to Application 19/2223C due for compliance in June 2020
Due to Coronavirus Planning Enforcement officers are now working from home.
At the moment it is not entirely clear what support will be required. Some people may need supplies, prescriptions collecting, items posting, dogs taking to the vet, etc. This may be because they are in a vulnerable population or because they are in self isolation. Please contact either myself Kristine Pemberton (firstname.lastname@example.org or 07854594726) or one of the councillors if you would like any help. If you suspect that a neighbour will not see this message or may need help then please drop a note through their door with my phone number.
We will get through this if we support each other
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