“Call us when you need us, we are happy to assist, please see below for councillors details”.
Please Note – Councillors Nathan Evans and Thomas Carey sit on planning, any planning issues should go via Councillors Angela Bruer-Morris, if they relate to Timperley ward or Cllr Laura Evans for Village Ward.
As your ward Councillors we are very happy to help, so do feel free to phone, email or visit our surgeries.
Surgeries dates and places
Cllr Thomas Carey – Broomwood Wellbeing Centre, Mainwood Road Timperley 2 and 4 Saturday of the month 9 am- 10 am
Cllr Evans– First Friday of the month 11am – Noon (As Above) and every Thursday 10.30 am -11.30 am St John The Divine Brooklands Road Sale
Please book in by email or phone first.
Contact Details for Ward Councillors
Councillor Mrs. Laura Evans Village Ward Conservative Shadow Executive Member for Communities and Housing Councillor Laura Evans Trafford Town Hall Talbot Road Stretford Manchester M32 0TH 07843368041 email@example.com Councillor Mrs. Laura Evans Village ward Tel 07896 11 05 08 or Email- firstname.lastname@example.org
Councillor Mrs. Angela Bruer-Morris Timperley Ward Conservative 8 Vernon Park Timperley WA15 6PS 0161 904 0937 07780 790796 email@example.com Timperley Ward Tel 07780 79 07 96
Councillor Nathan Evans Timperley Ward Conservative Shadow Executive Member for Investment, Regeneration and Strategic Planning Councillor Nathan Evans Trafford Town Hall Talbot Road Stretford Manchester M32 0TH
Tel 07843 368 041
Email- nathan.evans @trafford.gov.uk
Councillor Thomas Carey
Village Ward Conservative Member of Planning Committee Councillor Thomas Carey Trafford Town Hall Talbot Road Stretford Manchester M32 0TH
Tel -07970 829 735
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The three-month mortgage holiday has been extended🏡 Another piece of very significant and important support from the Government for homeowners financially affected by Coronavirus. More information .⬇️ ...
Homeowners struggling to pay their mortgage due to Coronavirus will be able to extend their mortgage payment holiday for a further three months, or start making reduced payments, in proposals published today.
This Friday 8th May marks 75 years since fighting ended on European soil, this post is all about that as we remember the value of courage, patience, mutual support and endurance – qualities needed today as well!
Our Culture Secretary, Oliver Dowden MP said, “We owe an enormous debt of gratitude to the greatest generation that served in combat and on the home front during the Second World War. Whilst we now need to celebrate VE 75 in our homes and on our doorsteps, rather than in parades and street parties, I know the nation will come together to mark this historic occasion.”
There had been many commemorations and celebrations planned before the necessary Covid19 restrictions came into place. However, there’s still lots going on this coming weekend, to mark the occasion. So if you’re keen to join in some of the nation’s tributes from home, here’s a quick summary of some of the key moments:
Key moments you may wish to join in with on Friday 8th May:
11am National Remembrance Two Minute silence.11.15am VE Day 75 Livestream. This is a 45minute live stream discussion bringing today’s generation together with those from WW2 to discuss shared experiences. You can tune in to this on the Legion’s Facebook Page www.facebook.com/OfficialPoppyLegion/3pm a “Nation’s Toast to the Heroes of WW2” at 3pm on 8 May, from the safety of their own home. Participants can stand up and raise a glass, saying: “To those who gave so much, we thank you.”9pm Her Majesty The Queen will address the nation. The pre-recorded address will be broadcast on the BBC at 21:00 - the exact moment her father, King George VI, gave a radio address 75 years ago.Her Majesty the Queen’s 9pm address to the nation will be followed by a national singalong of Dame Vera Lynn’s ‘We’ll Meet Again’. The public will be encouraged to open their doors and join in with this national moment of celebration. www.britishlegion.org.uk/stories/ve-day-singalongThe BBC will broadcast two special programmes on BBC One to mark VE 75. As part of this, the Prime Minister will speak about the importance of VE day. Extracts from Sir Winston Churchill’s victory speech will be read to recreate the moment peace in Europe was announced 75 years ago at 3pm. The programmes are on at 2.45-3.45pm and 8pm – 9.10pm. ...