Chelford Parish Council

Chelford Parish Council is an elected body which is the first tier of local government and acts to represent the interests of the community.  The Parish Council consists of ten elected Parish Councillors who meet on a regular basis to determine what actions should be taken to promote and protect the interests of Chelford residents.

Parish Councillors are elected every four years, however, there may be additional opportunities to join the Parish Council should a casual vacancy arise.  Parish Council elections and casual vacancies are advertised on the Parish Council notice boards and on this website.

  • Strategic Leisure Review Consultation

    Strategic Leisure Review Consultation

    Cheshire East Council has launched a consultation on potential ways funding for leisure services can be targeted to deliver the greatest impacts on residents’ health and wellbeing – while also ensuring that essential savings can be made. The council is putting forward these proposals given the wider financial challenges it is facing. Click here to…

  • Parish Council Meeting

    Parish Council Meeting

    The next meeting of Chelford Parish Council will take place on Thursday 14th December, 2023 at 7:30p.m. at The Hub, Elmstead Road, Chelford. Residents are welcome to attend the meeting. View the agenda for the meeting.

  • Bank Fraud Alert

    Bank Fraud Alert

    Fraudsters are increasingly targeting consumers over the telephone, posing as bank staff, Police Officers and other officials or companies in a position of trust. Often the fraudster will claim there has been fraud on your account and that you need to take action. YOUR BANK OR THE POLICE WILL NEVER: Phone you to ask for your…