Alsager is now showing dark blue rather than purple on the interactive map, showing cases in Alsager West have gone down, though we are still slightly above the average for England.
Posted on Facebook 7 November
Straight from the City of London Police fraud team – Extremely sophisticated scam going about this week, involving all banks. You get a message saying a payment hasn't been taken e.g O2, Vodafone, 3, Giff Gaff or EE and to click here. As soon as you touch it your money is gone. They already have all your details and it's the most advance scam the bank has ever seen. Pass this on to everyone please. This is straight from work this morning – the banks are being inundated with calls – thousands flying out of people's accounts! Spread the word to your family and friends!"
Be vigilant !!!!
As confirmed by Martin Lewis.
Someone has been moving the bollards, cones and signs to open up the road. This is NOT Cheshire East and so is illegal. The scheme has been reinstated and continues and no one should be driving along Lodge Road from the Sandbach Road North end.
Lindsay Purcell, who is Chair of Governors at Alsager School and a former Deputy Head, has written a history of the school and it will be on sale next month.
Muddy Publishing are selling the book, along with Handmade Naturals and Beading Amazing in the Village if they open up again on December 2nd. The book will be back from the printer on 29th Nov and can be pre-ordered here.
The book costs £10 and all proceeds go to the school for the benefit of the students.
A number of you may have children /grandchildren who went to Alsager School. It would also make a nice Christmas present and is sure to be a good read!
Saw this on Facebook. I didn't know they were closing.
ALL CHRISTMAS STOCK MUST GO! This will be our last Christmas at Radway Green Garden & Pet Centre as our lease runs out at the end of November 2021 and the land is earmarked for re-development. We will of course be business as usual until then. So, all our Christmas stock is being sold off at 50% off and when it's gone we won't be replacing it. Here's your chance to grab a bargain before Christmas!
At long last it looks as though progress is being made on upgrading the Hassall Road play area. Ansa have put forward proposals which include play equipment for younger children, refurbishing the basketball pitch, and a fitness trail with stepping pods, climbing frames and monkey bars. Some form of football pitch is also a possibility. Nature areas could be developed with the involvement of Alsager School and the local guide and scout groups. There is a desire to keep the site with a semi-rural atmosphere, remaining as public open space. Alsager Town Council's Planning, Environment and Community Committee will be considering proposals on Tuesday, and they may go out to public consultation.