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Out of this world!

Out of this world!

Thu 21st April 2016 9.27AM

THE big countdown is on to this year’s Barnaby Festival after organisers unveiled their ‘Space’ themed programme and a host of out of this world entertainment. More than 100 events and happenings

Battling rural crime...

Thu 28th April 2016 9.54AM

A SPECIAL conference was held by Cheshire Police to raise the issue
Local Trust appoints new leader

Local Trust appoints new leader...

Fri 22nd April 2016 10.21AM

Cheshire and Wirral Partnership NHS Foundation Trust (CWP) has appointed Mike Maier as Chair following approval of the Council of Governors. Mike
Rotary reaches out

Rotary reaches out ...

Fri 15th April 2016 10.23AM

MEMBERS of Congleton’s Rotary Club have supported National Immunisation Day by travelling to the most at risk areas of India to immunise
Cracking quiz team is on song

Cracking quiz team is on song...

Wed 13th April 2016 12.45PM

WOULD you dare to face TV’s toughest quiz experts? A brave team from the Alderley Edge Festival Committee have done just that. They
James maps out a bright future

James maps out a bright future...

Fri 8th April 2016 11.17AM

MACCLESFIELD student James Musgrove is mapping out a bright future for himself after receiving a top geography award. The ALL Hallows

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Lifestyle News

A quarter century of care

A quarter century of care

Tue 3rd May 2016 9.37AM

DOCTOR Trevor Rimmer will be sad to complete his ward round at East Cheshire Hospice for the last time at the end of this month after 25 years

Assembly time

Mon 25th April 2016 10.12AM

THIS year’s Poynton Town Assembly took place at the Civic Hall allowing people to raise and discuss local and topical issues. The
Mental health tool receives innovation funding

Mental health tool receives innovation funding

Fri 15th April 2016 10.25AM

A new therapeutic tool designed to support children and young people’s mental health will receive a boost of over £130,000 following

age-related sight loss and maintaining eye health treatments

Tue 29th March 2016 2.23PM

Local people are being invited to learn about new and established treatments of age-related sight loss and maintaining eye health at a free

Tap Tap Theatre at Macclesfield Library presents: Captain Morgan and The Sands of Time

Fri 11th March 2016 12.50PM

Thursday 14th April 2016. 7.30pm   Two actors. Forty-four characters. One hell of a ride. Captain Morgan and
Seeing the bigger picture

Seeing the bigger picture

Mon 7th March 2016 10.03AM

THE announcement of a new £15million cinema and restaurant scheme in Macclesfield has been hailed as a major step forward in the revitalisation

Sport News

We’ve got pedal power!

Weve got pedal power!

Wed 16th March 2016 9.36AM

THE nation’s number one cycling race is speeding its way to Cheshire East and is set to deliver a massive £5million pedal-powered
Amir’s a knockout

Amirs a knockout

Tue 8th September 2015 11.05AM

STUDENTS at Macclesfield’s All Hallows Catholic College boxed clever when they met ring legend Amir Khan. The youngsters also
Fun run in glorious colour

Fun run in glorious colour

Thu 3rd September 2015 9.15AM

There was riot of colour at Eaton Bank Academy, as students took part in Congleton's first ever Colour Run. The run formed part of

UP FOR THE CUP

Fri 21st August 2015 9.46AM

CHROME Motors of Macclesfield held this year's Chrome in the Community Soccer Cup on playing fields opposite its Beech Lane Showroom. The
Freddie’s driving ambition

Freddies driving ambition

Wed 19th August 2015 9.46AM

CAIN Golf, resident teaching professionals at The Mere and Woodside golf clubs, are now established at Sandbach with the appointment of Academy
Askey thanks the fans

Askey thanks the fans

Wed 19th August 2015 9.27AM

MACCLESFIELD Town boss John Askey has thanked Silkmen fans after they teamed up with local businesses to boost his squad going into the new

AROUND THE NORTH WEST

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
Celebrating 25 years of tailor-made holidays

Celebrating 25 years of tailor-made holidays

Wed 6th May 2015 1.59PM

TAILOR-MADE, bespoke, made-to-measure, these are terms you might well associate with the creation of fine, handcrafted Savile Row clothing that
Jake swims his way to medal success

Jake swims his way to medal success

Fri 22nd May 2015 4.03PM

POYNTON High School student Jake Clappison is making a real splash in the world of swimming. The dedicated 15 year old trains for eight sessions
Wilmslow trio secure Oxbridge places

Wilmslow trio secure Oxbridge places

Thu 23rd May 2013 10.26AM

STUDENTS at The Manchester Grammar School are celebrating record offers this year from the UKs and USAs leading universities. Offers include

Countys villages remembering the sacrifices of war

Thu 1st May 2014 11.57AM

A POIGNANT exhibition marking the sacrifices made by communities across Cheshire during the Great War a century ago is being held next month.The
Alastair is top cadet

Alastair is top cadet

Thu 23rd May 2013 10.28AM

DISLEY teenager Alastair Fielding has been named Great Manchesters top cadet and has received a special badge of office to mark the honour. The
Students are record breakers

Students are record breakers

Fri 29th May 2015 1.34PM

THERE is certainly a doctor in the house in the King's Sixth Form - as well as a vet and a dentist! The Macclesfield school has seen a record
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