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Partial closure of London Road for crossing upgrade

Partial closure of London Road for crossing upgrade

A partial closure of London Road is planned for Friday, 22nd May, to enable a crossing to be upgraded. Councillor Craig Browne confirmed "The closure…
Council launches online mental health information point

Council launches online mental health information point

Cheshire East Council has launched an online mental health information point during Mental Health Awareness Week, which this year has the theme of 'kindness'.…
Out of control garden fire spreads to shed and outbuilding

Out of control garden fire spreads to shed and outbuilding

Firefighters were called to reports of a fire in a garden on Beech Close just before midday on Saturday, 16th May. On arrival the crews discovered one…
Overall crime in Cheshire drops during lockdown but domestic abuse increases significantly

Overall crime in Cheshire drops during lockdown but domestic abuse increases significantly

Whilst overall crime in Cheshire has dropped by nearly 35% since April 1st, compared with the same period last year, there have been 450 domestic abuse…
Pownall Hall School - just a click or call away

Pownall Hall School - just a click or call away

Promotional Feature As we navigate our way through these unchartered waters, our school motto resonates; 'We are Pownall. Everything is Possible'. If…
Early launch for digital Summer Reading Challenge

Early launch for digital Summer Reading Challenge

Cheshire East Libraries will be taking part in this year's all-new digital Summer Reading Challenge which is organised by The Reading Agency. Although…
New delivery & collection service Piccolino2Go.com launches

New delivery & collection service Piccolino2Go.com launches

Promotional Feature Up-market Italian restaurant, Piccolino, is back! Well, sort of... Further to popular demand the restaurant has opened its doors in…
Police to provide visible presence as new lockdown rules come into force

Police to provide visible presence as new lockdown rules come into force

Cheshire Police are urging local residents to keep playing their part in tackling the coronavirus crisis. As the easing of restrictions started on Wednesday,…
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Overwhelming support from 72 respondents to neighbourhood plan consultation

Overwhelming support from 72 respondents to neighbourhood plan consultation

The Alderley Edge Neighbourhood Plan has gained over 90% support for all 20 policies from those residents and local groups who took part in the latest…
Confirmed coronavirus cases in Cheshire East exceed 1000

Confirmed coronavirus cases in Cheshire East exceed 1000

Government figures have revealed that over 1000 people in Cheshire East have caught COVID-19 since the outbreak began in February. According to the latest…
Lay-by and car parks reopen as lockdown restrictions ease

Lay-by and car parks reopen as lockdown restrictions ease

Following the latest Government guidance, the lay-by at the top of Macclesfield Road re-opened this week, along with car parks at popular parks and recreational…
Appeal following arson attack at Alderley Edge restaurant

Appeal following arson attack at Alderley Edge restaurant

Detectives investigating an arson attack at a Chinese restaurant in Alderley Edge are appealing for information from members of the public. The YU restaurant…
Four-figure payout for cyclist who hit large pothole

Four-figure payout for cyclist who hit large pothole

A cyclist was awarded a four-figure payout by Cheshire East Council after his bike hit a large pothole 9cm deep, sending him crashing to the floor and…
Arson investigation into fire at village restaurant

Arson investigation into fire at village restaurant

An investigation is underway into a fire at a restaurant on Wilmslow Road which is believed to have been started deliberately. Firefighters were notified…
Reader's Photos: Out for a stroll or cycle ride

Reader's Photos: Out for a stroll or cycle ride

Above is a selection of photos which have kindly been sent by our readers this week, taken whilst they have been enjoying their daily exercise during…
Reader's Letter: Development work starts on the Royal London agricultural fields

Reader's Letter: Development work starts on the Royal London agricultural fields

Readers may recall a previous letter that I wrote "The last harvest?" well, things have moved on and, this week, just a few weeks after the tennant farmer…
Teatime treat for our most vulnerable and isolated residents

Teatime treat for our most vulnerable and isolated residents

Some of our most vulnerable, elderly or isolated residents have been cheered up with the delivery of a free teatime treat. Fosters have been providing…