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The Weaverham Trust held its most successful litter pick to date to mark the Great British  Spring Clean.  Most of the village was covered, but attention was concentrated on the usual ‘grot spots’.  Forty four people attended including CWAC Councillors Charles Fifield, Paul Williams and candidate Adam Wordsworth. Forty nine […]

Great British Spring Clean


The Trust held it’s second annual Quiz Night on Saturday 1st December at the Weaverham Cricket Club. A very enjoyable evening was had by all, and sustenance to keep the ‘little grey cells’ going was provided by a hotpot supper. As you can see the question asking proved thirsty word […]

Quiz Night 1st December




  The latest quarterly litter pick held on Saturday 15th September, World Cleanup Day, was the most successful so far. The majority of the credit for the large turnout goes to the Trust’s Facebook page. Follow us on facebook to hear about our events, current planning apps and other information […]

Best Ever Litter Pick!


The Trust completed its latest quarterly litter pick on Saturday 21st July. Due to valiant efforts over 25 bags of litter were gathered, even though fewer people were able to attend than at the previous high attendance. However we were pleased to welcome John Freeman, chairman of the Weaverham Parish […]

Litter Pick – 21st July 2018




The Weaverham Trust hosted an open meeting where CWAC representative David Saville gave a very lucid report on the Northwich Transport Strategy so far. The process and proposals were covered, with particular emphasis on those effecting Weaverham residents. The meeting was well attended with many questions asked and opinions offered. […]

Weaverham Trust hosted a presentation on the Northwich Transport Strategy


The Trust is looking to start an annual open gardens event within the village. In order to start this we need people who are willing to open their gardens to people for a day. If you are willing to be considered please let us know by commenting on this post […]

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