Residents - Will You Help Us To Help Malpas?

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Residents — Will You Help Us To Help Malpas?

Dear Resident,

Everyone knows there are difficult times ahead. But what do you think needs to be done to help you and the wider Malpas community?

Following discussions with our Eddisbury MP Edward Timpson and Cheshire West and Chester Borough Council's leader Louise Gittins, your Parish Council wants to know what would best help Malpas to thrive.

As a resident your views will help us to understand what should be done over the next three years. We will not be able to respond to every problem, implement all suggestions nor achieve each aspiration. But we hope to be able to make a difference.

We are committed to working closely with and/or strongly lobbying Mr Timpson and Councillor Gittins to make things happen — and some initiatives might be possible with the Parish Council's own resources.

Please tell us what three things you think would help our community to recover from the pandemic ...

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