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Testing the ground

Testing the ground

Wed 2nd November 2016 10.47AM

A MAJOR £15million scheme to revitalise Macclesfield town centre is moving forward with ground investigation work on the proposed site. The drilling and digging will test the ground at the Churchill Way car
Fracking on the agenda

Fracking on the agenda...

Wed 7th December 2016 11.29AM

  PLATINUM mining industry expert Dr Ian Bratt told King’s School geologists that fracking will be needed to meet the shortfall

Spending a penny to help others...

Wed 7th December 2016 11.24AM

LOCAL MP David Rutley has pledge his support to Poynton becoming a “Toilet Twinned Town” after meeting the local scheme organiser

Celebrating older people...

Wed 23rd November 2016 1.44PM

CONGLETON MP Fiona Bruce and guests from the local community enjoyed a show stopping performance at a charity concert organised by Age UK
Students with designs on the future

Students with designs on the future...

Wed 9th November 2016 1.23PM

YEAR Ten GCSE textiles technology students at Congleton High School visited the Berisfords ribbon factory in the town to learn more about
Golden moments!

Golden moments!...

Wed 9th November 2016 10.55AM

DELIGHTED members of the Congleton in Bloom team returned home with gold following the town’s success in the Britain in Bloom awards. Congleton

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START PLANNING FOR THE GARDENING YEAR AHEAD

START PLANNING FOR THE GARDENING YEAR AHEAD

Thu 8th December 2016 9.23AM

It may be cold outside but there is plenty of gardening you can do with your feet up inside at this time of year. Now is the best time to

Are you suffering from dry eyes?

Tue 6th December 2016 10.56AM

THE Dry Eyes Clinic is now offering a new breakthrough treatment for dry eye sufferers.  If you are experiencing eye burning,

Its time to sparkle

Wed 23rd November 2016 11.43AM

By Ray King TO a much greater extent than Spanish cava ever did, the light, slightly off-dry Italian fizz Prosecco has boosted the
Record tourism boom delivers £842m boost

Record tourism boom delivers 842m boost

Mon 21st November 2016 9.57AM

TOURISM spending has hit a new record in Cheshire East thanks to higher visitor numbers across the borough – which topped 15 million
THE BAYLEAF LOUNGE AND RESTAURANT

THE BAYLEAF LOUNGE AND RESTAURANT

Wed 16th November 2016 9.24AM

Restaurant Review by Robin Atkins   I was invited to undertake a review and bring along a couple of guests which certainly
Chester Children’s Class Celebrates a Decade of Toe-Tapping Fun

Chester Childrens Class Celebrates a Decade of Toe-Tapping Fun

Tue 1st November 2016 9.22AM

Danielle Harley, local dance teacher and franchisee of the much-loved preschool dance classes, diddi dance, is celebrating a decade of teaching

Sport News

England squad call up for teen golf ace Remy

England squad call up for teen golf ace Remy

Wed 30th November 2016 1.01PM

TYTHERINGTON teenager Remy Miller has been selected for the 2016/17 England Golf under-16 boys’ regional coaching programme as he continues

Clubs come together for annual gathering

Wed 30th November 2016 12.48PM

THE 65th annual dinner of the Cheshire Union of Golf Clubs held at the Mere Resort and Spa was attended by more than 180 people. They

Boys battle it out for trophy

Wed 7th September 2016 10.39AM

CHESHIRE Junior Captain Rhys Nevin-Wharton lifted the county Boys
Supporting the Silkmen

Supporting the Silkmen

Tue 23rd August 2016 10.41AM

MACCLESFIELD Town has launched a new fundraising initiative aimed at backing the team’s bid to regain Football League status this season. Following
SUCCESS STORY

SUCCESS STORY

Wed 6th July 2016 4.05PM

Christleton based Scott Evans of West Cheshire College will be heading to the USA this summer to take up a prestigious football scholarship.
Westwood students take on the ICT Finals

Westwood students take on the ICT Finals

Fri 6th May 2016 4.19PM

The Intercollegiate Golf Tour National Team finals were held at Southport & Ainsdale Golf Club in sunny but windy conditions with a wind

AROUND THE NORTH WEST

FSA urges North West public to face freezer fears in a bid to tackle food waste

Mon 4th July 2016 1.21PM

Misconceptions about how to freeze food safely are contributing to food waste in the North West and across the UK, according to new research
DIG INTO DESSERT

DIG INTO DESSERT

Tue 4th August 2015 10.07AM

Manchester is set to blossom as Dig The City summer festival transforms the city centre into a giant green garden party this week.
FORGET MIAMI . . WELCOME TO CSI WESTLEIGH

FORGET MIAMI . . WELCOME TO CSI WESTLEIGH

Mon 3rd August 2015 1.49PM

WESTLEIGH High School in Leigh has hosted its very own CSI and Forensic Science Day. Science staff at the school, along with forensic
ALL ABOARD THE LEGO TOUR BUS

ALL ABOARD THE LEGO TOUR BUS

Mon 3rd August 2015 1.22PM

To officially launch the brand NEW LEGO® Friends Pop Stars range Warrington fans of LEGO® Friends can jump on board the Tour Bus to
GREEN LIGHT FOR CANCER TREATMENT

GREEN LIGHT FOR CANCER TREATMENT

Mon 3rd August 2015 1.08PM

A breakthrough that could open up options for sufferers of advanced bowel cancer has been awarded a prize at a research symposium held by

RURAL CRIME FALLS ACROSS THE NORTH WEST

Mon 3rd August 2015 1.05PM

Rural crime cost the North West £3.3 million in 2014, down from £4.4 million in 2013. Despite the fall, 2014 saw thieves continuing
Jons a star turn

Jons a star turn

Tue 23rd December 2014 9.43AM

ENGLAND Rugby League star Jon Wilkin was the guest speaker at The King's Schools' Former Pupils' Association Dinner. The St Helens running
TYTHERINGTON GOLFER REMY COMES SIXTH IN EUROPEAN OPEN

TYTHERINGTON GOLFER REMY COMES SIXTH IN EUROPEAN OPEN

Tue 8th December 2015 3.54PM

King's School young golfer Remy Miller finished a superb sixth in the The Champions Week finals of the Daily Express Junior European Open
Politics of Europe brought to life

Politics of Europe brought to life

Thu 12th December 2013 10.35AM

THE politics of the European Union were brought to life for students from Manchester High School for Girls when they took part in a Mock Council

Are you suffering from dry eyes?

Tue 6th December 2016 10.56AM

THE Dry Eyes Clinic is now offering a new breakthrough treatment for dry eye sufferers.  If you are experiencing eye burning,

HANDS OFF THE GREEN BELT!

Thu 12th December 2013 2.24PM

CAMPAIGNERS are urging people to oppose Cheshire Easts Local Plan claiming it will put a large part of Macclesfields Green Belt under threat.The
CLUB SCHOOL PARTNERSHIP REAPS RCORD CROP OF YOUNG RUGBY TALENT

CLUB SCHOOL PARTNERSHIP REAPS RCORD CROP OF YOUNG RUGBY TALENT

Mon 7th December 2015 11.24AM

The King's School Head of Rugby Guy Mason has thanked local rugby clubs for helping to develop the school's best ever crop of youngsters. This
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