The VoiCE Cheshire East

The Voice

Welcome to the The VoiCE – the new Cheshire East Council resident magazine. Packed full with the latest news, it also covers a range of stories and useful articles about the services we provide and also what's happening in and around your borough.

The VoiCE Cheshire East - Autumn/winter edition 2019

The VoiCE Cheshire East Autumn/Winter edition 2019. Our Autumn/winter edition of The VoiCE (PDF, 5MB) has stories on our Pre-Budget Consultation, getting involved with our Digital Influence Panel, an 8 page pull-out introducing our new Food Waste Collection Service, Major Infrastructure Projects and Winter Motoring Safety Advice.

The VoiCE Cheshire East - Autumn/winter edition 2018

Our Autumn/winter edition of The VoiCE has stories on Pride in the Park Picnic event in September, events to mark the centenary of the Armistice, Regeneration plans for Crewe town centre. Also includes a four page pull-out guide to health, roads, bin collections and stay warm, stay well, stay safe.

The VoiCE Cheshire East - Summer edition 2018

Our Summer edition of The VoiCE has stories on Paralympian gold medallist Menna Fitzpatrick MBE, our highways network investment, cutting down on using plastic and great tips from our very own public health consultant Dr Matt Tyrer on staying safe and healthy.

The VoiCE Cheshire East - Council Tax edition 2018

Our Council Tax edition of The VoiCE explains how your council tax bill is calculated and how we’re working for you to provide value for money and respond to the financial challenges ahead. It also includes features on social care, our achievements and plans for the future, our highway network, parenting journey programme, supported employment team, domestic abuse, shared lives scheme and the support we give to care leavers.

The VoiCE Cheshire East - Autumn edition 2017 

Our Autumn edition of The VoiCE (PDF, 4MB) focuses on regeneration in Crewe, Macclesfield and Congleton, independent living, fostering and adoption and gardening advice from Tatton Park and the history surrounding the fabulous Queens Park in Crewe.

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