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Chester Civic Trust statement on a second Fire Engine in Chester

Chester Civic Trust is the leading local voluntary organisation influencing the quality of Chester’s built environment. We are based in Bishop Lloyd’s Palace on Watergate Row, a Grade 1 listed building and the city’s finest example of a medieval timber building. The Trust’s membership is around 380 individual members plus 12 corporate members. At the […]

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Northgate Development Update

From:  Linda Parr Major Developments Project Officer Cheshire West and Chester Council In view of the government’s announcements regarding Coronavirus, we have taken the decision to cancel our drop-in Northgate Project information event on 25 March at Chester Town Hall. Please see the attached newsletter which covers the latest news on the project and the […]

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The Good, The Bad, The Ugly Winners Announced 2020

Chester Civic Trust announce winners of 2020 ‘Good, Bad and Ugly’ awards The Chester Civic Trust which celebrates its Diamond Jubilee this year, has given its verdict on the best examples of new development, renovation of existing buildings and community projects in its annual Good, Bad and Ugly awards for the City.  Now in its […]

Now We Are Sixty.

Chester Civic Trust Diamond Jubilee Chester Civic Trust is celebrating its Diamond Jubilee in 2020. The inaugural meeting of Chester Civic Trust was held on the 7th January 1960 in the Blossoms Hotel. A group of concerned local residents had held a series of informal meetings during 1959 to discuss the major changes that were […]

THE GOOD, THE BAD, AND THE UGLY 2020

It’s that time of year again – time to submit your nominations for our “The Good, the Bad and the Ugly” awards. So, how do you feel about the things that have changed in and around Chester over the past twelve months? Please use the enclosed forms to identify your suggestions for The Good, the […]