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The second varieties of daffodils have come into bloom on Northwich Road.  Unfortunately those on the left entering the village have not fully recovered from the trampling of dog walkers. Hopefully they will be more aware next year.

Second Blooming of Daffodils in April on Northwich Road


We Need Your Help! After speaking to residents & regular content providers we have taken the decision to pull an extra edition of the Weaverham news together. This edition will specifically focus on the current pandemic situation and information relating to it from different groups & businesses in the area. […]

Corona Virus & the Weaverham News


Due to the Corvid -19 outbreak, and following government advise all future Trust events are put on hold. This includes litter picks, executive meetings and AGM. Hopefully normal service will be resumed soon.  

All Future Events Cancelled



The bulbs planted in December are now in flower. We politely ask that people do not pick these so that as many people as possible can enjoy them.

Daffodils Bloom on Bottom Pitch


  Alan Mills introduced the Whitegate Daffodil Farmer, Len Tomlinson, to the audience of approximately forty people. The free talk, sponsored by the Weavererham Trust, was held at the Sea Scout hall on 13th February. The talk was given by Len Tomlinson who has worked at the family business of […]

Daffodil Farmer’s Talk


Considering it was cold windy day we had a reasonable turnout.  27 people including 3 families with 7 children between them.  Four people from Northwich, seen centre, helped too. They boldly took on Northwich Road but they claimed they enjoyed the walk. In total 25 bags were collected.

Litter pick 1st February 2020





The 2019 Weaverham Trust Quiz Night was held on 7th December at The Lighthouse. In addition to the quiz there was a round of Heads & Tails, a raffle and a special raffle for a bottle of port. The larger venue of the Lighthouse allowed ample space for people to […]

2019 Weaverham Trust Quiz Night



  Volunteers recently hand-planted over 500 bulbs in the trees on Bottom Pitch Meadow. Some volunteers dug holes while others planted the bulbs. This is part of the ongoing work of the Weaverham Trust to plant flowers around the village.

Daffodils Planted in Bottom Pitch