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Cheshire Police say lock it or lose it

Cheshire Police say lock it or lose it

Cheshire Police are urging residents to lock it or lose it following a number of burglaries across the county. The simple step of locking your door whether…
Join blooming great effort to plant 20,000 bulbs

Join blooming great effort to plant 20,000 bulbs

Volunteers defied the rain at the weekend and got to work planting thousands of bulbs to generate a display of colour in the village ahead of this year's…
A34 closed at Monks Heath after lorry crashes into ditch

A34 closed at Monks Heath after lorry crashes into ditch

The A34 is currently closed in both directions from Monks Heath to Congleton due to a one vehicle collision. A fully loaded HGV has come off the carriageway…
Tablets for 1,675 police officers in £3.4m roll out

Tablets for 1,675 police officers in £3.4m roll out

Police Officers in Cheshire have been issued with tablets in a bid to keep officers on the streets whilst enabling them to work more efficiently. Microsoft…
Firefighters launch Safe and Well Visits to help improve health in the community

Firefighters launch Safe and Well Visits to help improve health in the community

Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service is preparing to launch Safe and Well Visits - a new initiative to help improve the health of potentially vulnerable people.…
Barlow's Beef: Give us the money or else is not a discussion

Barlow's Beef: Give us the money or else is not a discussion

David Keane the police and crime commissioner for Cheshire is urging residents to join the 'discussion on police funding. We have until Jan 24th to express…
From Rags to Bitches: Dogged Determination

From Rags to Bitches: Dogged Determination

Each week we are serialising Vic Barlow's new book From Rags to Bitches on wilmslow.co.uk . Here is the second chapter. If you missed previous chapters…
Hockey: Edge kick off the new year with a bang

Hockey: Edge kick off the new year with a bang

Several of AEHC's mens and womens team are well placed to challenge for promotion at the end of the season, featuring in the business ends of their respective…
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Free training to help firms bid for public sector contracts

Free training to help firms bid for public sector contracts

Cheshire East Council is to hold a series of free workshops to help business people learn how to win public sector contracts. The procurement training…
Burglars smash their way into two homes

Burglars smash their way into two homes

Police are urging residents to be vigilant after two more homes were broken into this week. A burglary occurred at Cobbetts Way, Wilmslow some time between…
Council seeks candidate for audit and governance role

Council seeks candidate for audit and governance role

Cheshire East Council is looking to recruit a resident to sit on a committee that supports good governance and financial standards at the local authority.…
Christmas Tree collection postponed due to bad weather

Christmas Tree collection postponed due to bad weather

Having smashed their record for the number of trees ever registered, organisers of the East Cheshire Hospice Christmas Tree Collection have unfortunately…
In Bloom team need help planting to brighten village

In Bloom team need help planting to brighten village

Following on from their success in the village's inaugural North West In Bloom entry, which saw volunteers pick up a Silver Gilt award in the best small…
Medical Centre stops taking repeat prescriptions from pharmacies

Medical Centre stops taking repeat prescriptions from pharmacies

Alderley Edge Medical Centre is no longer accepting repeat prescription requests directly from pharmacies for most patients. NHS Eastern Cheshire Clinical…
Council's wholly-owned companies set to make £612,000 profit

Council's wholly-owned companies set to make £612,000 profit

A report to the council's Cheshire East Residents First board, the parent company for the Council's wholly owned companies, says that all seven of them…
Local schools stand to lose nearly £1.5m under new funding formula

Local schools stand to lose nearly £1.5m under new funding formula

All local schools are set to lose out under the government's new formula for funding which aims to introduce a more fair system. The government is proposing…
Parish left £7000 short as Cheshire East pulls the plug on Neighbourhood Plan grants

Parish left £7000 short as Cheshire East pulls the plug on Neighbourhood Plan grants

Cheshire East Council has decided to close its grant scheme which was set up to help communities create Neighbourhood Plans, to establish local planning…