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The ‘Unprecedented Times’ budget consultation has now closed.

Thank you to everyone who took part.

Your feedback will make a difference by helping to shape the Council budget.

We are currently analysing all the feedback received and the final consultation report will be made available here in early 2021 after it has been presented to Cabinet.


The Council’s health and wellbeing services cover areas such as adult and children’s social care, support for vulnerable families, education and public health services.

We want to support children and young people to have the best start in life and enable more adults to live longer, healthier and happier lives, particularly as we move forward from COVID-19.

We have developed a number of proposals to balance the budget and ensure there is enough money to tackle these priorities.

We want to hear:

  • Your views on the budget proposals
  • Ideas for further savings that could be made.

To find out more please watch our animation or read about the detailed health and wellbeing proposals here.

Share your views:

There are lots of ways you can get involved, just click on one of the tabs below.

An easy read survey will be available shortly.

This consultation will be open until 3 December 2020.

The ‘Unprecedented Times’ budget consultation has now closed.

Thank you to everyone who took part.

Your feedback will make a difference by helping to shape the Council budget.

We are currently analysing all the feedback received and the final consultation report will be made available here in early 2021 after it has been presented to Cabinet.


The Council’s health and wellbeing services cover areas such as adult and children’s social care, support for vulnerable families, education and public health services.

We want to support children and young people to have the best start in life and enable more adults to live longer, healthier and happier lives, particularly as we move forward from COVID-19.

We have developed a number of proposals to balance the budget and ensure there is enough money to tackle these priorities.

We want to hear:

  • Your views on the budget proposals
  • Ideas for further savings that could be made.

To find out more please watch our animation or read about the detailed health and wellbeing proposals here.

Share your views:

There are lots of ways you can get involved, just click on one of the tabs below.

An easy read survey will be available shortly.

This consultation will be open until 3 December 2020.

Ask a question at our event

We will be holding an online Cabinet Question Time event on 3 December at 7pm.  You can send us a question to be asked on the night - we’ll answer as many as time allows.  You will be able to watch the event here.

Please do not share any personal information about yourself or anybody else here.  For example only use first names, not full names.


The question time event took place on 3 December. Thank you to everyone who took part. Your feedback will make a difference by helping to shape the Council budget.

Gus co-Chair West Cheshire Mental Health Partnership Board . I am not very happy about why £120,000 is to be cut from the Mental Health Budget when post and during Covid Pandemic Mental health of all seems to be badly effected and getting worse including school Children

Gus Cairns about 2 months ago