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Ailsa is the new Town Mayor

At the Annual Meeting of Winsford Town Council on Monday (18th May), Swanlow Ward Councillor Ailsa Gaskill-Jones was elected as Town Mayor for 2015/16. She succeeds Councillor Gina Lewis who served as Mayor for the past 12 months.   Councillor Gaskill-Jones’ husband Matthew will act as her Consort.   Councillor David Edwards was elected as Deputy Mayor, with Amy...

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  • Local Business

    Winsford Industrial Estate offers businesses, organisations and their employees a safe, clean and green environment in which to trade, work and prosper.
  • Local Voluntary

    The Council supports the town with grants to local organisations who provide sport, leisure, churches, and community services to their members.
  • Doctors and Hospitals

    Healthy Winsford Alliance is a group of people representing the health needs and aspirations of the community.
  • Schools

    All schools in Winsford have signed up to the Winsford Education Partnership.
  • Our Services

    The Town Council provides a range of services, all of which contribute to our mission statement, which is 'To provide a high quality service and improve the quality of life in Winsford through the efforts of elected members and dedicated professional staff to achieve maximum value for money from public funds'.
  • Leisure and Recreation

    The Town Council offers 50 plots at the Over Allotment site, and is actively looking at more potential allotment land in the town. We provide a wide range of leisure facilities at the Over and Wharton recreation grounds and maintain 4 more children’s. play areas. We also manage the Verdin Fields Playing fields and maintain various areas of public open space, including the Rilshaw Meadows local beauty spot.
  • Whats On Business

    Winsford Industrial Estate offers businesses, organisations and their employees a safe, clean and green environment in which to trade, work and prosper.
  • Whats On Voluntary

    The Council supports the town with grants to local organisations who provide sport, leisure, churches, and community services to their members.
  • Whats On Hospitals

    Healthy Winsford Alliance is a group of people representing the health needs and aspirations of the community.
  • Whats On Services

    Winsford Town Council offers Winsford residents a subsidy of £2.50 against the cost of a senior/disabled railcard
  • Whats On Schools

    All schools in Winsford have signed up to the Winsford Education Partnership.
  • Whats On Recreation

    Keen gardeners will be pleased to know we still have allotments at Moss Bank. There is a four acre site with 39 plots available for rent at approx £15 per year.