“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
Should you reach our answerphones please leave a message and we will return the call promptly.
Timperley Welcomes ChristmasTIMPY THE ELF’S, TIMPERLEY TREE TRAIL🎄
Over December keep an eye out for Timpy the elf and the Timperley tree. Collect all the alphabetical letters which will create a Christmas phrase. Once you’ve solved the puzzle, send Timpy your answer and you could win a chocolate hamper.
There are 16 x alphabetical letters to collect and the last letter will be shared on Sunday 20th December 2020. Email Timpy your answer to firstname.lastname@example.org
🚨By popular demand, we now have a 12-Adult category🚨
Thanks to our lovely friends at "the LASERINA clinic" we now have a wonderful gift voucher worth £350 prize for this category! (For the Mums & Dads) #NeverTooOld #timperleyshines💫Brown Owl - 3rd (A) Timperley Brownies Age - too old to really enter but I’m a big kid #TimperleyShines ...
Welcome for progress on security of tenure for Timperley community sports clubs.
The news of progress on long term security of tenure for Timperley sports clubs is very welcome and will enable clubs to secure a 25 year lease on council sites they use for their core activity on playing fields, parks and open spaces. Even better news for the clubs is that the leases will be set at peppercorn rates and clubs will be able to attract grant funding through having long term leases.
The news in great for the Timperley community too as access to the public spaces will be protected via community use agreements. We all know that physical activity is essential for our health and well-being and having good quality facilities to use will sustain and increase engagement in sport and physical activity.
Altrincham Athletics Club based at Timperley Athletics Track and Unicorn Athletic JFC based at Smith’s Fields have already expressed interest in a long term leases and I would encourage other community clubs to look at what is on offer. Any club who wants further details on the leases should contact:
Thomas Haworth, Sport Relationship Manager at Trafford Council on;
Mobile 07702 674376 or Email: Thomas.Haworth@trafford.gov.uk ...
Trafford Council launches new grant scheme for small businesses affected by Covid restrictions
Businesses that have not qualified for the government’s most recent round of Covid support packages are now invited to apply for discretionary grants via a new fund from monies provided by the government for the council to distribute.
Businesses in shared workspaces that do not pay business rates and have been adversely affected by local Tier 2 and Tier 3 restrictions and the most recent national lockdown may be eligible for a one-off grant of £2,000 from the Council’s Additional Restrictions Grant (Discretionary) Scheme.
The scheme launches today (Friday 27 November) and has been designed to help some of the businesses most severely affected by government restrictions
Applications will be considered both from businesses forced to close due to lockdown restrictions and those that have been able to open but are struggling because of a fall in trade.
Full details of how to apply and the eligibility criteria can be found on the Trafford Council website:
Contact Cllr Nathan.email@example.com if you need more assistance. ...
Businesses based in Trafford, that do not pay business rates and are not eligible for any of the Local Restrictions Support Grants (open or closed), are invited to apply for a Additional Restrictions (Discretionary) Grant.