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About Bostock Green
Bostock Green is an extremely well preserved example of a model estate village that has survived virtually unchanged since the late nineteenth century. It is a designated conservation area and is situated in the historic county of Cheshire, which is marked by an oak tree planted on the occasion of Her Majesty Queen Victoria’s Diamond Jubilee in 1897 … read more
Do you want to know more about life in Bostock Green? You can find the latest version of the village newsletter here: Bostock Green Christmas Newsletter 2014
You can now meet the landlord of The Hayhurst Arms, Chris Beswick and his family. The pub/restaurant opens its doors to the public on 5 February. Full article originally appeared in the Northwich Guardian and can be read under our News section here.
On behalf of residents and businesses in Bostock, the Tatton Estate is urging Cheshire West and Chester County Council (CWAC) to investigate a traffic management and calming scheme to improve safety and the local environment along London Road, which passes through the centre of the historic village of Bostock Green.
A traffic management and calming scheme would enhance the Conservation Area; reduce the risk of death and injury to adults and children; reduce noise and vibration and overall environmental health to residents and the new Nursery School.
Measures could include a 30mph or lower speed limit; a part time advisory speed limit at school time; quieter road surface; traffic calming; on-street parking with physical protection; a lining and road colouring scheme and better signage to ensure traffic uses the A533 bypass. We would be delighted if you would support and share our online petition here.
View images from the Bostock Green Village Fete here.
Bostock Green Village Social Club is to enjoy a new lease of life as a pub restaurant which has been named in memory of a well-known local family. Tatton Estate Management has granted a new 50-year lease to Brunning and Price, part of The Restaurant Group (UK), for the Hayhurst Arms, formerly the social club, which closed in December 2012. The pub restaurant’s name pays tribute to a family who lived in the nearby Bostock Hall and created the village, in particular during the 1870s under Canon France-Hayhurst and Colonel France-Hayhurst, who made major additions and improvements to Bostock Green village, and at the end of the 20th century under Dinah France-Hayhurst, who helped many local causes. See article in the Northwich Guardian Read more