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Police probe after Bunbury councillor targeted by hate mail

Police probe after Bunbury councillor targeted by hate mail

By Belinda Ryan, local democracy reporter
Police have been contacted after a Bunbury councillor and former mayor of Cheshire East has been targeted by hate mail.

Cllr Sarah Pochin (Ind) told the Local Democracy Reporting Service she is determined to stand up to the “bully” and “coward” behind this latest poison pen letter.

July 22, 2022
Bunbury councillor urges CEC to have “open mind” on fracking schemes

Bunbury councillor urges CEC to have “open mind” on fracking schemes

By Belinda Ryan, local democracy reporter
A Cheshire East councillor has sought reassurance that Cheshire East Council is not anti-fracking and would keep an open mind if applications came forward in light of the current energy crisis.

Cllr Sarah Pochin (Bunbury, Ind) was speaking during a debate on the council’s draft minerals and waste plan at the environment and communities committee.

July 5, 2022
Cllr Sarah Pochin

62 Ukrainian refugees settled in Cheshire East

By Belinda Ryan, local democracy reporter
Sixty-two Ukrainian refugees are now living in Cheshire East with residents who have welcomed them into their homes and another 316 have applied for visas.

Cheshire East mayor Cllr Sarah Pochin (pictured) said the council is playing its part in welcoming refugees to the borough.

April 30, 2022
Safety over crossing delays opening of new A51 Reaseheath bypass

Safety over crossing delays opening of new A51 Reaseheath bypass

The new A51 spine road around Reaseheath in Nantwich is unlikely to be open until mid-summer, it emerged today.

Delays to the opening, initially scheduled for February 2022, have been caused by concerns over lack of a crossing and suitable connected pathways between the town and Reaseheath College.

March 30, 2022
Revamped Queens Park unveiled by Cheshire East Council

Revamped Queens Park unveiled by Cheshire East Council

The refurbished flagship Queens Park has been unveiled by Cheshire East Council.

The unveiling ceremony was watched by local dignitaries including mayor of Cheshire East Council, Cllr Sarah Pochin, mayor of Crewe Town Council, Cllr Tom Dunlop, local MP Dr Kieran Mullan, and children from Edleston Primary School.

March 8, 2022
A51 trunk road at Wardle re-opens after 16-week closure

A51 trunk road at Wardle re-opens after 16-week closure

Council chiefs say highways engineers “worked tirelessly” to complete works on the busy A51 at Wardle near Nantwich which was closed for 16 weeks.

Work to stabilise 750 metres of carriageway began in August and required the complete closure of one of the busiest roads in the borough.

December 21, 2021
Pandemic volunteers celebrated at Wybunbury village event

Pandemic volunteers celebrated at Wybunbury village event

Nearly 40 volunteers were celebrated at an event in Wybunbury as they were toasted for their efforts during the Covid pandemic.

The volunteers met up over drinks and hot buffet supper to share their experiences of supporting vulnerable residents across local communities.

November 15, 2021
Cheshire East Mayor selects supported charities for 2021-22

Cheshire East Mayor selects supported charities for 2021-22

Mayor of Cheshire East Cllr Sarah Pochin has unveiled her chosen charities for her Mayoral year 2021-2022.

The Bunbury Independent councillor is supporting The Youth Federation, a North West based charity, and Hope & Beams, based in Crewe.

June 23, 2021
Cllr Sarah Pochin

Bunbury Ward Cllr Sarah Pochin does not appeal expulsion

A Cheshire East councillor who was expelled from the Conservative Group, has not appealed against the decision.

Cllr Sarah Pochin, who represents Bunbury Ward, was expelled by the Cheshire East Conservative Group in March.

May 22, 2020
Cllr Sarah Pochin

Bunbury Cllr Sarah Pochin expelled by Cheshire East Conservative Group

Bunbury Councillor Sarah Pochin has been expelled from Cheshire East Conservative Group, the party announced today.

Cllr Pochin was at the centre of a Mayoralty fall out last month, which led to her suspension, as reported by Nantwich News.

March 11, 2020
Cheshire East wheelie bin £30 charge goes ahead after call in rejected

Cheshire East wheelie bin £30 charge goes ahead after call in rejected

By Stephen Topping
A charge for new and replacement wheelie bins will hit Nantwich and Crewe residents next month after a request to look again at the scheme was rejected.

From October, Cheshire East residents will be faced with a £30 charge for the standard 240-litre recycling, black residual waste or garden waste bin, or £25 for a smaller 140-litre bin.

September 29, 2018
Councillors could call in Cheshire East wheelie bin charges

Councillors could call in Cheshire East wheelie bin charges

By Stephen Topping, Local Democracy Reporter
Councillors are expected to call in a controversial decision by Cheshire East Council to introduce charges for new wheelie bins.

From next month, residents will need to pay Cheshire East Council £30 for a new 240-litre bin, or £25 for a smaller 140-litre bin.

September 20, 2018
Cheshire East Council chiefs urged to scrap wheelie bin fee plan

Cheshire East Council chiefs urged to scrap wheelie bin fee plan

By Stephen Topping
Councillors are urging Cheshire East Council not to go ahead with unpopular plans to charge up to £35 for replacement wheelie bins.

The local authority revealed plans to introduce charges for new and replacement bins in its budget for 2018-19.

June 19, 2018