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MyBrereton ...for everyone living in, working in or visiting our rural parish in Cheshire

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MyBrereton is changing to BreretonLife . . .

Over the next month, ournew website will be launched to bring you more up to date content and features about living, working and visiting Brereton.

The new Community Newsletter is an e-newsletter available via email to all registered readers. We aim to publish this on a monthly basis.

If you have not received it, and would like to, then please Subscribe here.

If you wish to have a printed summary every 3 months, then please register and contact Alastair on 01477 532947.

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Our Events page has more featured events adverts.


COMMUNITY NEWS


Who's Who, and What's Where . . .

visit our Directory to connect local people to local services. Register online to place your own listing.


New Residents to Brereton . . .

If you have recently move to Brereton, then our Welcome Pack will help you settle in to life in Brereton.


Community Newsletter . . .

Read our latestCommunity Newsletter, or browse through our archive.


Neighbourhood Plan Latest News . . .

Following the successful referendum result, the Brereton Neighbourhood Plan was "made" by Cheshire East Council on 29th March and is now part of the Local Development Plan and used in the determination process for planning applications located in Brereton.

For a project archive and status, and find out who is involved, clickNeighbourhood Plan.

Dog Fouling

Cheshire East Council is looking for support in tackling dog fouling in our parish.You will start to see dog mess highlighted in bright pink paint, as well as bright orange painted stencil reminders to dog owners to "Clean it Up". Remember, dog owners need to pick up everywhere, including all grass verges, open spaces, and on farmland.If you see anyone let their dog foul and fail to pick it up, please contact the Community Warden on 0300 123 5021, or at dogwardens@cheshireeast.gov.uk.Cheshire East is committed to reducing the level of dog fouling throughout the borough. Dog fouling is an offence and carries a fixed penalty notice of 50 and a maximum fine of 1000 upon conviction.


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This website is brought to you by the Brereton Parish Community Interest Group. Our primary aim is to improve communications and facilities, organise events and sustain a strong sense of community spirit within the Parish.

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BPCIG is not responsible for the content of external sites.

August 28, 2016