Facilities and Services in Holmes Chapel
Facilities & Services
Holmes Chapel Health Centre
Telephone: 01477 533100
Fax: 01477 532563
Emergency calls outside normal surgery hours: 07074 633100
Home Visits should be requested by telephoning before 10.00am whenever possible. If you are uncertain whether or not your condition requires a doctor's visit please telephone to discuss this with the doctor or nurse.
New patient health check
Maternity care and parent craft
Child health clinics
Annual HRT reviews
Pill checks for women under 35 years
Specialist nurses run clinics for the following conditions.
Blood pressure control
Lipid (cholesterol) control
Coronary risk assessment
Health Centre has the facilities to treat all forms of orthopaedic, sports injuries and other problems. Appointments are made following initial assessment by your doctor.
Holmes Chapel Library
The library itself has a varied selection of books, CDs, tapes and talking books.
Telephone: 01477 689550
Holmes Chapel Customer Service Point
Our Holmes Chapel Customer Service Point, which is situated in the Library, carries a wealth of information from enquiries about Council services to general and tourist information.
These include Lists and Leaflets on:
Clubs & Organisations in Holmes Chapel
Hospitals and Clinics covering Cheshire East
Halls/Rooms for Hire
Places of Worship in Cheshire East
Schools in Cheshire East
Nurseries & Pre-School Groups
Leaflets on places to visit through the country and local theatre attractions are also available.
Telephone: 01270 529508 / 532441
The Post Office is located in McColl's in the Precinct, off London Road.
Sandbach Almshouses Charity
Housing and care homes for older people managed by Sandbach Almshouses charity. People of sixty and above residing in Sandbach and the surrounding area (including Holmes Chapel) who wish to be considered for occupancy of an Almshouse can obtain forms by calling the manager on 01270 762547.
Holmes Chapel and Area Christian Communicare
Holmes Chapel Christian Communicare is a Voluntary Service formed over 25 years ago, as a result of a meeting between members of the 3 Churches and the Health Centre.
Over the years, the main activity has become the Car Service where volunteers drive people who have no other means of transport to the Health Centre, Hospitals, Dentists etc. There is also a small Home Care Service and a weekly Mini Bus Service.
How does the Car Service work? Patients put requests into reception of the Health Centre. These are collected daily by Communicare who then find drivers who are able to 'do the runs'. The drivers receive a modest mileage allowance to assist with running expenses, and users are invited to make a donation to cover costs. An information sheet for passengers is available at the Health Centre.
If you would like to volunteer, or would like more information, please contact the secretaries - Anita and Dennis Eborall on 01477 532407.
There are car parks at The Precinct, Library and Parkway. All car parks are free of charge although there is a time limit on the car park at the Precinct. For more detailed information see link below:
The fitting of information signs to the phone box by barclays bank completes the regeneration of the disused phone box into a defibrillator station, benefitting the community. The Parish Council purchased the phone box from B.T. for £1!
First Aid training in the use of the defibrillator is available at either the Holmes Chapel Community Centre (01477 689557) or the Goostrey & Holmes Chapel Heartstart (01477 534160)
Defibrillators are also available at the following locations in Holmes Chapel and Cranage:
The Cedars Residential Home, Brookfield Drive, Holmes Chapel
Holmes Chapel Leisure Centre, Selkirk Drive, Holmes Chapel
The Co-operative, Holmes Chapel Centre
The Holmes Chapel Community Centre, Station Road, Holmes Chapel
Cranage Hall, Cranage.
Woodside Golf Club, Knutsford Road, Cranage.
Always call the ambulance service before looking for an AED. Commence CPR immediately if you suspect a cardiac arrest.
The following apps can be downloaded to smart mobile phones for emergency life support information:
British Heart Foundation Pocket CPR app'
Apple: St John Ambulance First Aid; British Red Cross First Aid.
Citizens Advice Bureau
The nearest CAB Drop-in Centre can be found at Dean House, Chapel Street, Congleton and is open between 9.30 and 12.30 Tuesday to Friday. Later appointments may be available and can be accessed either through the morning drop-in or via the telephone Advice Line: 08444 111 444.
The telephone advice line operates Monday to Thursday from 9.30 - 4.00 p.m. and Fridays 9.30 - 1.00 p.m.
Holmes Chapel Dental Practice
29a London Road
Telephone: 01477 533941
Telephone as soon after 9.00 am as possible thereby avoiding a wasted journey. Registration is for 15 months. You must attend within this time.
Holmes Chapel Scout Group
Holmes Chapel Scout Group consists of two Beaver Colonies, a Cub Scout section, a Scout Troop and an Explorer section. Details of when they meet and a lot more besides can be found on their website:
Holmes Chapel Rainbows, Brownies and Guides
For details on Rainbows, Brownies and Guides in Holmes Chapel please contact Karen Cragg on 01477 534844.
Cranage Health and Fitness Club
Cranage Health and Fitness Club is a private Members Club offering a comfortable and elegant licensed bar and lounge, leisure facilities, health and beauty experiences, fitness classes. Heated indoor swimming pool complemented by a spa bath, sauna and steam room. Membership available on application.
The Club - Health and Fitness
Tel: 01477 536775
Fax: 01477 536767
Cranage Playing Fields
There are two football pitches (without changing facilities) for hire in the Dane valley between Holmes Chapel and Cranage.
For more information, please contact Sally Barnett in Leisure Services.
Telephone: 01270 529529
The Victoria Club
Private members club offering a variety of facilities, not only as a sports club, but also as an ideal social centre for all ages. Comfortable lounge bar; Sports Bar including 42" Plasma screen; snooker tables, dart board, quiz and gaming machines, all-weather tennis courts, bowling green, cricket field, large function hall (including projected screen facility); with stage and bar which is available for private hire; a smaller meeting room for up to 30 people.
Membership categories include Family, Single, Youth, Senior Citizen, Junior (under 16) and Student (in full time education. Membership requires proposing and seconding by full members.
The club is open all year round. A range of daily activities are available during the week. Details available on web site and leaflet
The Victoria Club,
Telephone: 01477 535858
Royal British Legion
Further details about the Royal British Legion can be sought from the local representative, Mr Malcolm Coates.
Cheshire East Council
Cheshire Police Authority
Cheshire Association of Local Councils
Community Rail Partnership
Holmes Chapel Comprehensive School
Holmes Chapel Community Cinema
Holmes Chapel Community Centre
Holmes Chapel Partnership
Junction18 Business Group
Junction18 is a voluntary organisation, supporting local businesses in Holmes Chapel. For more information contact email@example.com
PREVENT Policy information
They Work For You
U3A in Holmes Chapel
The Villages Mag
Reporting a problem
For information on when your bin collection is and how to report a missed bin collection go to: https://www.cheshireeast.gov.uk/waste_and_recycling/bins/recycling-and-bin-collections.aspx
Report a problem on the road
Spot a pothole, flooding or other damage to the road? Report it directly to Cheshire East here: https://www.cheshireeasthighways.org/report-it-general.aspx
Report litter, fly tipping and street cleansing issues
Report it directly to Cheshire East Highways using this link https://www.cheshireeast.gov.uk/environment/street_cleansing_and_litter/street_cleansing_and_litter.aspx
Information on how to deal with noise nuisances and how to report it can be found here:
Report illegal parking here: https://www.cheshireeast.gov.uk/car_parks_and_parking/report-illegal-parking.aspx
Report lost and found property here: https://www.cheshire.police.uk/ro/report/lp/lost-or-found-property/
Report a stray dog here: https://www.cheshireeast.gov.uk/environment/community_safety/dog_wardens.aspx
Anti Social Behaviour
Advice on dealing with Anti-Social behaviour:
Reporting Anti Social Behaviour https://www.cheshire.police.uk/ro/report/asb/af/antisocial-behaviour/
Damage / Issues at Play Areas
Contact Cheshire East Council on 0300 123 5500 or via their website