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Cheshire’s new chief constable confirmed

Cheshire’s new chief constable confirmed

Darren Martland has been confirmed as Cheshire Constabulary's new chief constable following a confirmation hearing by Cheshire's police and crime panel.…
Cheshire Constabulary urging road users to drive safely after rise in fatal collisions

Cheshire Constabulary urging road users to drive safely after rise in fatal collisions

Cheshire Constabulary is urging road users to drive safely as the number of those dying on the county's roads continues to rise. More than twice the number…
New combined vision and hearing loss service launched for Cheshire East residents

New combined vision and hearing loss service launched for Cheshire East residents

Cheshire East Council is working with the charity Deafness Support Network to provide a new integrated service for people who experience vision and hearing…
Journey to Russia with the Alderley Edge Symphony Orchestra

Journey to Russia with the Alderley Edge Symphony Orchestra

On Saturday 2nd March, at 7.30pm. the Alderley Edge Symphony Orchestra will perform an exciting programme of romantic Russian music. The concert will…
Long stay parkers to be hit by 70% price hike

Long stay parkers to be hit by 70% price hike

Motorists wishing to park their vehicles in Broadway Meadow car park in Wilmslow for over six hours will be hit by a 70% increase in fares this year.…
Increase in police precept to fund 50 additional police officers and PCSOs

Increase in police precept to fund 50 additional police officers and PCSOs

Cheshire's police and crime commissioner has confirmed that extra funding from the council tax precept will be used to provide an additional 43 frontline…
100 year old former Sunday school teacher reads the lesson

100 year old former Sunday school teacher reads the lesson

Parishioner Mary Beck recently became the oldest person to read the lesson during a service at St Philip and St James church. Thanks to modern day technology…
Police investigate flurry of thefts from cars with no sign of forced entry

Police investigate flurry of thefts from cars with no sign of forced entry

Police have received a number of reports recently of thefts from motor vehicles parked in Alderley Edge where the cars were believed to be locked and…
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Will 2019 be the year you get the body you’ve always wanted?

Will 2019 be the year you get the body you’ve always wanted?

Promotional Feature Stop hoping and start achieving with us at Ultimate Performance Cheshire. We are the world's leading personal training company for…
Cabinet backs budget proposals, including 2.99% rise in council tax

Cabinet backs budget proposals, including 2.99% rise in council tax

Cheshire East Council's Cabinet has backed several financial reports which include a proposal to increase council tax by 2.99% This follows a consultation…
Updated: Decision due on revised plans for redevelopment of derelict hotel

Updated: Decision due on revised plans for redevelopment of derelict hotel

Revised plans to demolish the County Hotel, which has remained vacant since its closure in November 2009, and redevelop the site are scheduled to be determined…
Join top primary Gorsey Bank as it goes from strength to strength

Join top primary Gorsey Bank as it goes from strength to strength

Promotional Feature A Wilmslow primary school is building on its recent excellent results and is looking to expand its dedicated team of support staff.…
Court bans Alderley Edge mobility equipment boss for 6 years

Court bans Alderley Edge mobility equipment boss for 6 years

The boss of a mobility equipment company has been banned by the courts after continuing to accept payments despite knowing the business was insolvent.…
44-year-old pedestrian dies after being hit by car

44-year-old pedestrian dies after being hit by car

A woman from Wilmslow has died following a collision involving a car and a pedestrian on Dean Row Road in Wilmslow. The incident happened at 5.40pm on…
Shake-up of town and parish councils could be on the way

Shake-up of town and parish councils could be on the way

Cheshire East Council plans to undertake a review of the governance arrangements for all town and parish councils in the borough. Cheshire East is responsible…
Teens invited to audition for next year's panto

Teens invited to audition for next year's panto

Is there a talented teenage performer in your household? Cheshire Youth Pantomime Society (CHYPS) are holding auditions for prospective new members on…
Another bumper year for borough's hospitality sector

Another bumper year for borough's hospitality sector

Latest figures show that 2018 was another bumper year for Cheshire East's hospitality sector. Hotel occupancy was up to 75.4 per cent – a 1.3 per…