News Update

Tennis Court use update 12th May 2020

Following the recent government update, the tennis courts are available for use from Wednesday 13th May.  Please see the following document for more information regarding the rules of use.     

Tennis Court use update 12 May 2020

April 2020 – update from the Trustees

April 2020 – update from the Trustees

AED during Covid 19


As you are aware DPML has had an emergency Automated External Defibrillator on the reception desk to assist in the event of a suspected heart attack.

During the lockdown this unit would not be easily accessible to residents. We are also aware the our usual Ambulance emergency response times may be somewhat compromised  in the current situation.

The Trustees are very grateful to accept an offer from David Hyslop who has offered to hold the AED at his house and he will be available 24/7 day or night phone in case of a medical emergency. David has a current Emergency First Aid at Work certificate and he can get to any park residents within about 5 minutes.


In the event of a suspected heart attack FIRST call 999 and get an ambulance on the way. If the ambulance ETA is more than a few minutes ring David on 07836 521393 and he will get to you ASAP.

Remember that early intervention with an AED can make a major difference in case of a heart attack.

PLEASE do not call David for cases of suspect COVID19 related problems as he does not have PPE to manage such cases

Sanatise bin handles

A reminder about sanitising waste & recycling bin handles Sanatising bin handles April 2020

Coronavirus (Covid 19) Government Advice published 29 March 2020

The latest Government advice is

Stay at home

  • Only go outside for food, health reasons or work (but only if you cannot work from home)
  • If you go out, stay 2 metres (6ft) away from other people at all times
  • Wash your hands as soon as you get home

Do not meet others, even friends or family.

You can spread the virus even if you don’t have symptoms.

Futher information & answers to FAQs: what you can & can’t do, can be found via the government website  – publications/coronavirus-outbreak.

Garden waste collection suspended by Cheshire West

For residents information, Cheshire West and Cheshire have suspended all collections of garden waste from Thursday 19th March 2020.  Recycling boxes & general household refuse collection will be continued.

For more information please visit the Cheshire West and Chester website

Police Message – Coronovirus scam warnings

Please read the following home watch letter

Virus scams – Police Warnings 21 March 2020

Coronavirus 2020 – Urgent update from the Trustees

Please see the attached letter from the trustees regarding future Events and Activities at the clubhouse.

Urgent update from the Trustees 14 March 2020

We hope you understand that these measures have been taken with all residents best interests in mind.

Clubhouse closure 20th March 2020

Dear Plot owner,

Following the latest government advice and having a duty of care to DPML staff and Delamere Park residents the trustees have taken the decision to close the clubhouse and its facilities until further notice from 10:00pm tonight. We recognise this action will not meet with everyone’s approval however we have to act in the best interests of all Plot Owners and hope you understand the difficult decision we have taken.

We will do our best to staff the office between 10:00am and 5:00pm most days, ONLY to take phone calls, answer emails and voicemail, not face to face meetings, however please be patient as there may be some days where we have no staff able to work

We intend to leave the gate to the tennis courts unlocked so that they can be accessed during daylight for tennis only. 

Thank you for your support on ongoing cooperation.

The Trustees 

Help for isolated residents

Over the next few weeks we will almost certainly have a number of residents who choose to “self-isolate” either because they may be infected or if someone is in a high risk group, to avoid risk of contact etc.

This may present some residents with difficulties in obtaining shopping etc.

In many cases folks will use established on-line services for home delivery.

Also it is worth noting that Premier store in Cuddington are happy to offer a home delivery service to the Park. They can be contacted on 01606 882585.

However, if any residents are still having problems using these services or want specific items that aren’t easily available for home delivery the Trustees are setting up a system to connect volunteers to help out neighbours as needed.

If you need some help with shopping etc please contact reception (01606 889263) and provide contact details which we can pass on to one of the volunteers.

If you are happy to help one or more of your neighbours with shopping etc during the next few weeks please get in touch with reception and leave your address and contact details.

Further Update – Assistance with shopping etc

Further to our email yesterday, Darren & Sarah Shepherd who run Littlers butchers in Sandiway are also happy to offer deliveries of meat and fresh vegetables (from the greengrocers next door to the butchers). They will also coordinate with Premier/Cuddington News to minimise the number of journeys needed.

If you want to contact Darren/Sarah their work number is 01606 883146 and as mentioned before Premier/Cuddington News is on 01606 882585.

If you want deliveries from both of them, please do tell them that and they will make a single delivery to reduce contact etc

And as before please contact reception if you need further assistance.

The Trustees.

Delamere Park Management Ltd; Telephone (Office) 01606 212523 email address –