Election result due

WITHIN 24 hours, Appleton will know which council candidate has won the race for the ward seat.

Cllr Peter Walker (LD - Appleton) and Conservative candidate Jonathan Levy will find out their fate at the count in Birchwood Leisure and Tennis Complex tomorrow, Friday.

Results are expected at around 7.30pm.

For results visit www.warringtonguardian.co.uk.

Magical music

A STOCKTON Heath church is holding a magical musical show next Friday night.

St Thomas’ Church will present Magic from the Musicals, along with with CODYS Productions and Encore.

The event begins at 7.30pm and tickets, priced at £6, are available from Maud on 267251 or on the door.

Planning applications

ALMOST 100 planning applications were considered by Appleton Parish Council over the past 12 months.

From last March, parish councillors have discussed the plans and chairman Dot Edwards thanked members for their support, in particular deputy chairman Sandra Benger and Cllr Peter Walker (LD - Appleton).

"When an objection is raised to a planning application, a member of the parish council, usually Cllr Walker, attends the council's Development Management Committee meeting to explain the views made by the members," she added.

"My many thanks go to Cllr Walker for his attendance on behalf of Appleton Parish Council."

Parish meetings are held every third Tuesday in the month at 7.30pm in the Parish Hall, on Dudlow Green Road.

Boris Johnson visit

LONDON Mayor Boris Johnson caused quite a stir during his visit to Stockton Heath last Wednesday.

He joined Warrington South's Conservative candidate, David Mowat, to speak to residents and even took the time to pop into businesses in the area.

The stunned employees who got the chance to speak to the Uxbridge and South Ruislip candidate included those from Esquires Coffee, Bessie's Bakery, Wild Bikes and Italian Express.

For the full story and pictures click here.

Parish council meeting

STOCKTON Heath Parish Council will hold its monthly meeting on Tuesday at Sandy Lane Centre.

Anybody is welcome to attend to discuss issues on the agenda, with part of the meeting set aside for public discussion.

It will commence at 7.30pm.