Cheshire News


Call goes out for new building sites

Call goes out for new building sites...

Mon 20th March 2017 10.21AM

A FRESH call has gone out to landowners to put forward sites across Cheshire East that are available for future development. It comes

Nibblers...

Wed 8th March 2017 11.44AM

DEMOLITION work has begun to knock down the Alsager Arms pub in the town which has been earmarked as the site of 14 apartments. Congleton

Making money for Maggies...

Wed 8th March 2017 11.27AM

KING’s Girls' Division has become the first school to form a fundraising partnership with the new Maggie’s Cancer Care Centre

Do you know what your child is watching online?...

Wed 8th March 2017 10.04AM

CHESHIRE Police are urging parents to know how to spot the signs of online grooming to ensure their children stay safe. It joined

A budget to support the future of policing...

Wed 1st March 2017 2.02PM

A STRONG focus on value for money, investment in priorities important to people and protecting front-line policing were key messages from

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Mobile centre sets out on feedback journey

Mobile centre sets out on feedback journey

Wed 22nd March 2017 1.37PM

A NEW mobile children’s centre has been launched and Cheshire East Council wants to know what people think of it. The vehicle,
Milestone for family-run wedding venue

Milestone for family-run wedding venue

Tue 14th March 2017 1.59PM

  HEATON House Farm in Rushton Spencer has celebrated hosting the most number of weddings in its history - 20 years after it
Shedding light on the ‘invisible women’ of the past

Shedding light on the invisible women of the past

Fri 10th March 2017 12.24PM

RESEARCH carried out at Quarry Bank in Cheshire is set to dispel the Victorian narrative and view of women as ‘the angel in the house’. Instead
Exec chef role for Steven

Exec chef role for Steven

Mon 6th March 2017 1.08PM

STEVEN Tuke, formerly at The Chester Grosvenor with Simon Radley and Head Chef at the Oddfellows Hotel, has joined Flat Cap Hotels in the
A tempting menu from the Opera House

A tempting menu from the Opera House

Tue 14th February 2017 9.28AM

THERE are lots of events to tempt everyone over to Buxton Opera House and Pavilion Arts Centre during the next couple of months. The
MISS & MR ENGLAND GRAND FINALS

MISS & MR ENGLAND GRAND FINALS

Mon 6th February 2017 9.21AM

MISS & MR ENGLAND GRAND FINALS TO BE HELD AT RESORTS WORLD BIRMINGHAM IN JULY & LOCAL GUY SIMON WARREN ALEADY IN THE FINAL! The

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Rudyard Lake Sailing Club Open Day

Rudyard Lake Sailing Club Open Day

Mon 13th March 2017 9.10AM

Bank Holiday Monday 1st May 11am-3pm - Free Admission It will be guaranteed to offer something for everyone, whether you are a novice
Connor hopes for happy returns

Connor hopes for happy returns

Mon 20th February 2017 9.41AM

CONNOR Jennings is looking forward to get some game time after being brought back to the Moss Rose by manager John Askey for a second time. The
Blues unveil vision of the future

Blues unveil vision of the future

Mon 20th February 2017 9.37AM

MACCLESFIELD Blues have submitted their plans to create a new clubhouse and pitches at Priory Lane as part of a development that will include
Remy drives his way into top ten

Remy drives his way into top ten

Wed 15th February 2017 2.27PM

EMERGING golfer Remy Miller earned a top ten finish in the Junior European Open in Andalucia competing against the continent’s best
Hot shot Lottie takes aim for national glory

Hot shot Lottie takes aim for national glory

Wed 15th February 2017 2.11PM

YOUNG hot shot Lottie Dennett will be taking aim at the National Schools’ Pistol Shooting Championships in Cardiff later this month. Lottie,
Rugby mates earn North of England jerseys

Rugby mates earn North of England jerseys

Tue 31st January 2017 10.13AM

THE King’s School in Macclesfield has produced two more top rugby forward talents with Tim Phillips and Simon Ridgway both earning their

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

A NEET idea for youngsters

Mon 9th March 2015 11.05AM

CHESHIRE East Council has pledged to make sure that every one of this year's school leavers is offered a sixth form or college place or a job
Poynton footballers’  victory at the double

Poynton footballers victory at the double

Thu 7th March 2013 11.48AM

POYNTON High Schools young footballers are celebrating after scoring a notable double on the pitch. The schools talented teams have lifted the
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
Withington’s Oxbridge dozen

Withingtons Oxbridge dozen

Thu 7th March 2013 11.59AM

NINE girls from Cheshire and south Manchester are among a dozen Withington Girls School students who have been offered places at Oxford and Cambridge

A budget to support the future of policing

Wed 1st March 2017 2.02PM

A STRONG focus on value for money, investment in priorities important to people and protecting front-line policing were key messages from

Brownies urgent appeal for volunteers

Fri 27th March 2015 10.06AM

PRESTBURY'S two Brownie packs face closure unless new volunteers come forward to lead the units. The units are in the Alderley Edge Guiding
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