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Police clampdown on rogue traders and fraudsters

Police clampdown on rogue traders and fraudsters

Rogue traders and fraudsters are the focus of a week-long initiative in Cheshire. Police and partners are working together to help spread the word about…
We will remember them, October 1918

We will remember them, October 1918

Michael Scaife has been producing monthly articles for the St Philip and St James Church news sheet to remember those local residents who died in that…
Residents encouraged to get their flu jab

Residents encouraged to get their flu jab

Residents encouraged to get their flu jab as soon as possible, especially though at increased risk of severe illness if they catch flu - such as older…
Reader's Photo: Quarry Bank Mill

Reader's Photo: Quarry Bank Mill

Pete Taylor kindly sent us this photo he took at Quarry Bank Mill on Wednesday, 10th October. He said "There was smoke in the air which caught the sunlight…
40 vehicles exceeding speed limit in school safety zone

40 vehicles exceeding speed limit in school safety zone

Councillor Craig Browne was joined local residents and volunteers from the Community Speedwatch team on Thursday 4th October, to carry out a session on…
Students from Royal Northern College of Music to perform lunchtime concert

Students from Royal Northern College of Music to perform lunchtime concert

This month's Lunchtime Concert at Alderley Edge Methodist Church takes place on Wednesday, 17th October, featuring Eleanor Mills and George Strickland.…
Should Parish Council take traditional or more modern approach with new boundary signs?

Should Parish Council take traditional or more modern approach with new boundary signs?

Following discussions with a group of local residents, Alderley Edge Parish Council are looking to develop new boundary signs as they feel it is important…
Council taking 'robust action' to reduce projected £5.3m overspend

Council taking 'robust action' to reduce projected £5.3m overspend

Cheshire East Council says it is taking 'robust action' to reduce a forecasted overspend of £5.3m at the end of the current financial year. A report…
Flower bed ready to bloom

Flower bed ready to bloom

Assisted by a number of local volunteers and officers from ANSA Parks Maintenance, Councillor Craig Browne planted 500 new perennials in the park on Tuesday,…
Reader's Letter: Will a cyclist have to die, or be seriously injured before action is taken?

Reader's Letter: Will a cyclist have to die, or be seriously injured before action is taken?

Back on the 3rd of August I sent in a Reader's Letter and a photo, showing dangerous parking opposite the Coach and Four and asked if a cyclist had to…
Revised plans for Blackshaw Lane development refused

Revised plans for Blackshaw Lane development refused

Revised plans for a development on the corner of Blackshaw Lane have been refused. The applicant was proposing to demolish a two storey detached house…

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