Dinner dance fundraiser

Fri 17th April 2015 2.04PM

CHESHIRE East Citizens Advice Bureau held its first dinner dance fundraiser at Cranage Hall. The event attracted guests from across the Borough. Pictured here (l-r) are Councill...

Royal plans for 450 jobs

Fri 17th April 2015 1.58PM

WILMSLOW'S largest employer Royal London has announced plans to create 450 new jobs and expand its operation in the town. The business currently employs around 900 full time sta...

Cross country aces spring their way to great victory

Thu 16th April 2015 10.21AM

MANCHESTER Grammar School's Year 10/11 team smashed a 42-yearold record at the 69th Annual Manchester Schools Cross Country Championships. The team, which included 15-yearold Ge...

Paul in the picture with new gallery opening

Thu 16th April 2015 10.08AM

AWARD-WINNING artist Paul Tavernor has opened his first gallery in Poynton. The nationally-published artist is renowned for his distinctive oil paintings of hares, stags and oth...

Summer fun set to shine at the Opera House

Wed 15th April 2015 9.29AM

BUXTON Opera House is sizzling this summer with a glittering array of new events announced as part of its April to August season. The venue welcomes the Scottish Indie-pop band ...

Young investors stock is rising

Tue 14th April 2015 1.03PM

THE lovely lolly is simply raining down on the King's School's team of student investors. Led by Isaac Brough, four wannabe City high flyers came 22nd out of 10,000 teams nation...

DANCE SHOW IS A SELL-OUT SUCCESS

Tue 14th April 2015 12.21PM

STOCKPORT Grammar School's first ever dance show featured some brilliant performances from across the senior school. The 65 youngsters taking part showcased a diverse range of d...

Trust joins in Homes for Britain campaign

Mon 13th April 2015 11.06AM

MACCLESFIELD-based Peaks & Plains has joined housing associations from across the UK to campaign for Homes for Britain. Staff joined campaigners from housing associations across...

Roman invasion at Kings

Mon 13th April 2015 10.41AM

FORGET roads, forget sanitation; if you want to thank the Romans for anything it's taxation. That was the message from Roman soldier Gaius Flavius Longinus, alias Gary Rodwell, ...

THIERRYS GETTING STRONGER EVERY DAY

Wed 8th April 2015 5.00PM

FRENCH defender Thierry Audel has settled in quickly at the Moss Rose and says he is getting stronger every day. He also got on the scoresheet as the Silkmen looked to continue ...

Theo happy to be in the final push

Wed 8th April 2015 4.57PM

YOUNG winger Theo Bailey-Jones has spoken of his delight to be involved in Macclesfield Town's promotion push. The 20-year-old is on loan with the Silkmen from Wrexham and says ...

Society in great voice

Tue 7th April 2015 10.51AM

PRESTBURY Choral Society recently hosted a hugely popular singing day which attracted 85 enthusiastic participants from all over Cheshire and beyond. Guided by maestro Simon Me...

On song for gala concert

Tue 7th April 2015 10.45AM

MACCLESFIELD Male Voice Choir is hard at work preparing for its popular annual gala concert. This year's performance will take place at St Michael's and All Angels in Market Pla...

Christian returns to his roots

Tue 7th April 2015 10.38AM

CHRISTIAN Blackshaw is to perform at the Royal Northern College of Music - his Alma Mater. Renowned for his performances of Mozart, Schubert, Liszt and Chopin he is appearing t...

Fast track for leisure plans after Debenhams no show

Tue 7th April 2015 10.21AM

CHESHIRE East Council says it is taking immediate action to speed up the development of new leisure attractions in Macclesfield town centre. The local authority has revealed it ...

Fashion student Victoria on the catwalk to success

Fri 27th March 2015 9.57AM

A FORMER fashion student from Macclesfield College who is looking to build a successful career in the business returned to talk to this year's class about her experiences so far. ...

Nursery gets a boost

Thu 26th March 2015 10.57AM

MACCLESFIELD MP David Rutley visited Puss Bank School to open its new nursery extension. The new building means the nursery can now welcome two-year-old children for the first time...

Lifeline for community youth project

Wed 25th March 2015 9.36AM

A POPULAR community project for young people in Macclesfield has received a 20,000 cash lifeline. The money will be used to pay for the running and upkeep of the multi-award-win...

Kings unveils new school site

Wed 25th March 2015 9.29AM

THE King's School in Macclesfield has revealed the proposed location of its new 50million school which it says will retain its links with the town. King's has signed an Option ...

Making a difference in your community

Wed 25th March 2015 9.20AM

MORE than 400 organisations have now received help from Cheshire Community Foundation since it was set up three years ago. Almost 1.5million in grants has been awarded by the ...

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