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Teenager detained by members of the public after stealing a handbag

Teenager detained by members of the public after stealing a handbag

A 15-year-old boy was detained by members of the public on London Road on Wednesday, 4th April, after stealing a handbag from a shop in the village centre.…
Firefighters set to foam up for re-scheduled charity car wash

Firefighters set to foam up for re-scheduled charity car wash

Wilmslow Fire Station has rescheduled their largest fundraising event of the year, which was cancelled last month due to the snow. The rescheduled charity…
Does CCTV coverage fit the bill?

Does CCTV coverage fit the bill?

Alderley Edge residents are being invited to discuss the CCTV system in the village, given its failure to capture recent incidents of vandalism, at the…
Two independents close their doors

Two independents close their doors

An independent florist and a beauty salon which both opened in the village last year have recently closed. After working in the industry for the past…
Plea for parents to pick-up children away from high school site

Plea for parents to pick-up children away from high school site

Parents of children at Wilmslow High School are being asked to consider picking their children up at an agreed place away from the school grounds. A newsletter…
Cheshire East’s neighbourhood plans 'go from strength to strength'

Cheshire East’s neighbourhood plans 'go from strength to strength'

Cheshire East Council says neighbourhood plans are going from strength to strength in the borough – with three more recently completed and endorsed…
Appeal over church plans adjourned due to Council's admin error

Appeal over church plans adjourned due to Council's admin error

An appeal over Cheshire East Council's refusal to grant planning permission for a church meeting hall has been adjourned due to an administrative error.…
Campaigners vow to take legal action over approval of Royal London's housing plans

Campaigners vow to take legal action over approval of Royal London's housing plans

Campaigners are preparing to take legal action after Royal London was granted planning permission to build around 180 new homes on former Green Belt land…
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Hoax emails sent to local schools threatening to mow children down

Hoax emails sent to local schools threatening to mow children down

Some local schools received a malicious email on Wednesday, 28th March, threatening an attack later that day. Cheshire Police confirmed that the Counter…
Sinclair Law on Harry and Meghan, ‘I do ….. and I don’t'

Sinclair Law on Harry and Meghan, ‘I do ….. and I don’t'

Promotional Feature Are these the questions? Every newly wed's dilemma! Every divorce lawyer's dream! We are talking of course about the happy couple's…
Wilmslow police inspector jailed for wife's murder

Wilmslow police inspector jailed for wife's murder

A policeman from Wilmslow convicted of murdering his own wife has been jailed. Darren McKie was today, Tuesday 27th March, sentenced to life in prison…
Teacher braves the shave to raise over £5000 for charity

Teacher braves the shave to raise over £5000 for charity

A teacher from Alderley Edge School for Girls has had her head shaved today (Tuesday, 27th March) to raise money for Child Bereavement UK. Mrs Bains agreed…
A Hoppy Easter for Cheshire seniors and their carers

A Hoppy Easter for Cheshire seniors and their carers

Promotional Feature Wilmslow home care provider, Carefound Home Care, has been delivering Easter bunnies and eggs to elderly people and their carers across…
Changes to local bus services from next week

Changes to local bus services from next week

Residents are reminded that changes to bus services will take place from next week as a result of Council's bus service review. In November 2017 Cheshire…
Council employs £152k consultants to improve workplace culture and stamp out bullying

Council employs £152k consultants to improve workplace culture and stamp out bullying

Cheshire East Council has employed a management consultancy to help improve its workplace culture and help rid the organisation of bullying. Sticky Change,…
More government cash for pothole repairs

More government cash for pothole repairs

Cheshire East Council is to benefit from more government funding to repair the borough's potholes and road defects. Transport Secretary Chris Grayling…
Hockey: Mens 1s secure promotion to National League

Hockey: Mens 1s secure promotion to National League

To quote Ian Dury and The Blockheads (and why wouldn't you in a hockey match report?) AEHC has Reasons To Be Cheerful: 1, 2, 3. In what turned out to…