walk stapeley leaflet

Stapeley Parish Action Group has unveiled its latest “Walk Stapeley” leaflet.

It’s the second such leaflet which invites residents and visitors to do a series of walks around the parish.

The leaflet is available at the Cronkinson’s Farm Pub, Cheerbrook Farm Shop, Stapeley Co-op and Stapeley House Café and at several places in Nantwich, including the Information Centre at the Civic Hall.

There are also copies on the Stapeley and Batherton Parish noticeboard next to the Community Hall.

The leaflet is also available to be downloaded from Stapeley and District Parish Council’s website as well as Facebook Page for Stapeley Parish Action Group.

The new leaflet contains four longer and more demanding walks to complement the earlier leaflet of seven short walks (Walk Stapeley 1).

SPAG has achieved much in its more than 10-year existence for the community.

Successes include the children’s playground next to Pear Tree Primary, starting the litter group and the local Speedwatch group (Stapeley Community Speedwatch @SSSpeedwatch) as well as the Walk Stapeley initiative and more.

But spokeswoman Valerie Ingram said the group faces uncertain future as it is struggling to recruit new members and officers.

A decision whether to continue will be made at our next meeting on Monday September 23 at the Cronkinson Pub.

Residents are invited to the meeting from 7.30pm to engage in the debate.

Anyone wishing to get involved or help can email Sue Sherwood on [email protected]

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