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Manchester Airport first to offer passengers option to pre-book a timeslot at security

Manchester Airport first to offer passengers option to pre-book a timeslot at security

Manchester Airport will trial offering free 15-minute pre-booked security slots to allow the airport to manage the volume of passengers coming through…
10-year-old's poem published in new anthology about pandemic

10-year-old's poem published in new anthology about pandemic

A 10-year-old girl has had one of her poems included in a collection written by people working on the frontline of the Covid-19 pandemic and people affected…
Council restarts registration of births

Council restarts registration of births

Cheshire East Council is re-starting the registration of births from today (Wednesday, 17th June). Restrictions introduced at the start of the Covid-19…
Wilmslow family challenge decision denying 10-year-old access to life-changing treatment

Wilmslow family challenge decision denying 10-year-old access to life-changing treatment

The Wilmslow family of a girl with a rare debilitating condition have written to NHS England about a legal challenge against the decision not to provide…
St Philip & St James reopens to the public

St Philip & St James reopens to the public

St Philip & St James Church reopened to members of the public on Monday, 15th June. People are now welcome to go inside the church to use it for private…
Police appeal following death of dogs after visiting Wilmslow parks

Police appeal following death of dogs after visiting Wilmslow parks

Police are appealing for information following recent reports on social media of dogs becoming ill or dying of suspected poisoning after visiting local…
Bollards not 'suitable to address the inconsiderate actions of those who choose to park illegally'

Bollards not 'suitable to address the inconsiderate actions of those who choose to park illegally'

Following a local councillor's call for bollards to be introduced on Cliff Road, to prevent the obstructive parking which is forcing pedestrians onto…
AECC team hit the road for local hospice

AECC team hit the road for local hospice

With no cricket possible as yet this season, due to the Coronavirus outbreak, a group of cyclists from Alderley Edge Cricket Club have instead focused…
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Residents urged to remain vigilant following emerging trend of pet fraud

Residents urged to remain vigilant following emerging trend of pet fraud

Residents across Cheshire are being urged to remain vigilant when buying pets online following an emerging trend of animal related scams during the coronavirus…
The Edge car park reopens

The Edge car park reopens

The car park at the National Trust site in Alderley Edge has now reopened as lockdown restrictions are eased The public car park at The Edge is now open…
Councillor wants bollards installed as 'it is clear common sense is not a valid deterrent'

Councillor wants bollards installed as 'it is clear common sense is not a valid deterrent'

Following complaints from local residents about the obstructive parking along Cliff Road, a local councillor is calling on Cheshire East Council to introduce…
Black Lives Matters protest held in village park

Black Lives Matters protest held in village park

Around 50 people gathered in Alderley Edge Park today (Sunday, 14th June) for a Black Lives Matter protest. Rev'd Robin Pye, vicar of St Philip and St…
Artisan Market returns to Wilmslow

Artisan Market returns to Wilmslow

Next weekend will see the return of the Wilmslow Artisan Market. Following recent government advice, Cheshire East Council that outdoor markets could…
Tickets issued to cars blocking the pavement

Tickets issued to cars blocking the pavement

The police are warning visitors to The Carrs that when the car park is full Cliff Road isn't to be used for overspill parking. Officers have attended…
Investigation into Council's awarding of a contract dropped

Investigation into Council's awarding of a contract dropped

A police investigation into the awarding of a historical contract by Cheshire East Council has been dropped due to there being "insufficient evidence…
Some bus services return to normal as lockdown measures ease

Some bus services return to normal as lockdown measures ease

As lockdown restrictions are eased and more businesses prepare to re-open some local bus services are returning to normal. Due to a severe reduction in…
Fire crew rescue man from embankment in Alderley Edge

Fire crew rescue man from embankment in Alderley Edge

Firefighters were called following reports a man had fallen down an embankment off Macclesfield Road. The rope rescue unit attended the scene at 1pm on…