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Hankelow Online Noticeboard

Information about the South Cheshire village of Hankelow

General Information

The Roadworks sign has disappeared from Longhill Lane, and no more closures appear to be planned in the next few days.

Cheshire East have put out a lot of new media releases recently - go to their Media Hub to see them all. They include a foster care programme, carer's rights day, a household waste recycling consultation, a warning of Black Friday scams and a consultation on transport and parking.

Keep an eye on AOL and Nantwich News for local information. Local roadworks information can be found on the One Network website.

Older items from this section can be found here

Covid 19

Hankelow's Carols on the Green will not take place this year.

Cheshire East now have a local Contact Tracing service.

Cheshire East have a Covid 19 information hub, which gives up-to-date information on the status of the area and how the council services are affected.

Dates for your diary

During the second lockdown the Mobile Library service is suspended.

All other local events have been postponed or cancelled due to the Corona Virus.

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Recurring events.

Some or all of these events may be affected by the new lockdown.

Bin collection in the village is on Mondays, and will continue during the second lockdown although Christmas collection dates will be affected. Here's a calendar of the normal rubbish collection dates showing which bin to put out. This version, produced by Charlie Foster, also shows the Mobile Library dates.

Suspended during the second lockdown -  the ADCA Tuesday club from 11:30 a.m. in Hankelow Chapel Community Hall, currently by invitation only. For more information go to

The Fish Van calls in the car park of the Lord Combermere in Audlem on Thursday Mornings from 9:45 a.m. to 11:45 a.m.

There is Bingo at 7:30 p.m. on some Friday nights in Audlem Town Hall, but check on AOL first.

All other recurring events are cancelled until further notice.

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All the content on this website up to April 2019 has been collected and compiled by Charlie Foster, who has provided the village website since 2006. Many thanks are due to him for all his work. I hope I can provide as good a service!