The History File written by David Cummings for this month provides a fascinating peep into life in Christleton at the end of the 17th century and beginning of the 18th century.
A leaflet from our MP Chris Matheson is being delivered to the residents of Christleton advising of a special meeting at Christleton High School on Friday 29th September. It concerns traffic issues and the proposed development of Christleton Hall
I have noticed a lot more fungi in my garden this year and just put it down to the never-ending downpours of rain we have had. So David Cummings' article is a timely insight into these strange beings that seem to suddenly appear. All in Wildlife Watch for October 2017 and now on the website here
Christleton Gardening Club is holding its first meeting of the new season on Monday 11th September at the Methodist Church Schoolroom. It starts at 7.30pm when Susan and Anthony Norman from Conquest Plants Nursery will be speaking about Evergreen Plants for Small Gardens.
Residents have received an update letter from Andrew Coward, Principal Engineer for Cheshire West & Chester City Council. They understand the frustration this work is causing and would like to give their assurance that the organisations involved are working hard to find a solution.
One of the key figures in the development of Christleton village is Lucy Ann Townsend Ince. In the September edition of The History File David Cummings gives us an insight into the lady and her achievements.