Chester Rural and Frodsham

The Chester Rural area is a large one taking in many of the farming communities of South West Cheshire, it stretches to the very south of the county and the areas of Malpas, Tattenhall and Farndon where Cheshire meets West Mercia. The team also cover the areas of Elton, Helsby, Frodsham, Kingsley, Gowy, Tarvin and Kelsall.

Chester Rural and Frodsham Team

Ian Wilson


Robert Boulton


Chester villages, Gowy, Tarvin and Kelsall

Jonathan Hurst


Covers Farndon, Tattenhall and Malpas

Neil Flanagan


Covers Frodsham and Kingsley

Policing Priorties

From 1st October 2017 to 31st October 2017 the policing priorities for this area will be

Conduct speed monitoring check on various locations in Helsby.

Provide visible presence at my local primary schools during drop off and pick up times, to monitor parking issues as it is the new school year.

Parent parking charter day at Aston Primary school

  1. Engage with Elton Primary School in the Let’s walk training for pupils and regular presentations focusing on cyber bullying.
  2. Speeding issues within Elton and Ince- speed gun to be used and details recorded working alongside local council member Margaret Lockhart. Also the rural Police and PCSO’s are planning a full day using the Tru Cam in rural areas such as Elton, Mickle Trafford and Kelsal.

      3. Encourage more members of the communities to sign up to Cheshire Alert and promote the    Cheshire  Twitter Page

You said, we did

From 1st September 2017 to 30th September 2017
You said:

Residents reported a problem with motorists speeding on Willington Lane and Shay Lane


We did:


 Members of your local Neighbour Police Team have conducted speed checks with the Tru-Cam speed camera, and, deployed a mobile Speed Indication device.

You said:

You Said, You are concerned about speeding in rural areas.



We did:

We Did, Local officers have conducted a number of Driver Engagement Days targeting speeding, drivers using mobile phones and not wearing seat belts. This will be on-going.

You said:

You Said, There is low level ASB at the Recreation Ground.   



We did:

We Did, Hi visibility patrolling has been carried at this location at the problem times.

You said:

You Said- Regular fly tipping issues in Elton and Ince.

You Said- PCSO Surgeries-A successful surgery took place at Elton Shopping Centre where members of the community expressed concerns on vehicles speeding on Ince Lane and School Lane. Also youths riding anti-socially on pavements and on the Elton Shops car park.


We did:

We did- Liaised with CSW in patrolling the hot spot locations and thus reducing the incidents of fly tipping.

We did- Youths spoken to and given advice on their manner of riding and also in the process of visiting the parents.

Also when patrolling the location now I have found the manner of cycling to be much better.

Also I have met up with the Managing Director of Quinn Glass in Elton in an attempt to gain funding for a skate/bike park in Elton.

You said:

As has been the summer Holidays there has been a number of reports of antisocial behaviour at Castle Park, Frodsham. .

Due to recent complaints regarding cyclist riding through the village erratically

We did:

To tackle this issue we robustly carried out regular patrols as part of our summer ASB operation in this area to deal with any issues and provide a visible presence

 Ihave spoken to a number of different cyclist about this issue and made them aware of their behaviour. I will continue to do this when I am on my patrols.

What are your priorities?

We pick local priorities based on feedback from the public and our knowledge of policing issues in the area.

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