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Town Carol Service and Tree of Lights Ceremony

Not a seat was to be had at Christ Church Wharton on 18th December for the annual Winsford Town Carol Service, hosted by Town Mayor Councillor Gina Lewis. Before the service, Mayor's Chaplain Tim Hanson and Church member Fiona Morgan read out over 80 dedications to loved ones which had been placed on a 'Tree of Lights' at the entrance to the church. The Tree of Lights will rem...

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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.