Cheshire Police have been in action to pull in anyone who has been found to be burning the tarmac through the village.
They had a really productive day's work in late September, when they accumulated 22 'customers' found to be exceeding the 30 mph limit.
The moral of the story (particularly for those of us who live in Chelford) is to set an example by doing 30 in the 30 mph zone, that way, we'll also avoid the embarrassment of being fined for speeding in our own village.
Oh yes, it's best to expect further Cheshire Police speeding days in the future. In fact, they were here again today.
editor's pickAlso in the news
Thank you very much to everyone who responded to the opinion survey on the possible future use of Chelford Station building. The funding for this feasibility study is provided by Northern and we are very grateful for their support.The...
First 'Connecting Chelford' outing — tea and singing with Chelford BrowniesVisitors from Connecting Chelford were entertained with tea, home-made cakes and singing by Chelford Brownies on September 25th.Six Brownies took the...
Consultation On Chelford Post OfficeIf you wish to comment on the future of Chelford Post Office, please follow the link in the letter belowDear Sir/MadamWe're writing to let you know about some changes to the above Post...
Village Hall — To find out more and to book on, please email CanduHelen@gmail.com or contact Helen on 07856 100 136.
Chelford School, Oak Road — Click for more information