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Police warn youths after eggs and stones thrown at houses

Police warn youths after eggs and stones thrown at houses

Two youths have been issued with warnings after throwing stones and eggs at houses backing on to Alderley Edge park. A resident of Redesmere Drive confronted…
Hockey: Edge teams secure some important wins

Hockey: Edge teams secure some important wins

With just over a month of the 2017-2018 league season remaining, Alderley Edge HC notched up some important wins this weekend. The Mens 1st XI outplayed…
Village to bloom in spring as volunteers plant thousands of bulbs

Village to bloom in spring as volunteers plant thousands of bulbs

Volunteers from Alderley Edge in Bloom have been braving the cold and rain to plant thousands of bulbs around the village again this year to generate…
Council calls on dog owners to ‘get a grip’

Council calls on dog owners to ‘get a grip’

Cheshire East is calling on dog owners to 'get a grip' and ensure their pets don't harm livestock and nesting birds. The Council says dogs worrying and…
More plants trashed in night time vandal attack

More plants trashed in night time vandal attack

Vandals have once again damaged plants which have been put in by volunteers to make the village more attractive. Late Friday night or early Saturday morning…
Talented siblings to perform piano recital

Talented siblings to perform piano recital

This month's lunchtime concert takes place at Alderley Edge Methodist Church on Wednesday 21st February and will feature a piano recital by members of…
Girl Guides make an impact

Girl Guides make an impact

All seven schools in the Alderley Edge District allowed Rainbows, Brownies and Guides to wear their Guiding uniform to school today (Friday, 16th February)…
Pop-up restaurant brings exciting new eating experience to Wilmslow

Pop-up restaurant brings exciting new eating experience to Wilmslow

Promotional Feature We are delighted to bring to Wilmslow an exciting new eating experience. Hyssop is a new "Pop-Up Restaurant" venture that will offer…
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Fly-tipping costs council nearly £200,000 a year

Fly-tipping costs council nearly £200,000 a year

Cheshire East Council has confirmed that the cost of dealing with fly-tipping incidents in the financial year 2016/17 was £194,600. There is no…
Opening of Manchester Airport relief road delayed again

Opening of Manchester Airport relief road delayed again

Just a week after confirming that the £290 million Manchester Airport relief road was still on schedule to open this Spring, Stockport Council has…
Decision on supermarket's plans for new larger store deferred again

Decision on supermarket's plans for new larger store deferred again

The decision on a discount retailer's controversial planning application to demolish a former gym and their existing store so they can replace it with…
Council seeking views on healthier ways of travelling to school

Council seeking views on healthier ways of travelling to school

The authority agreed at a cabinet meeting last week to consult on its sustainable modes of travel to school (Smots) strategy for six weeks, starting on…
Increase in number of teams tackling potholes

Increase in number of teams tackling potholes

Cheshire East Council says its highways service is working flat out to deal with the increasing number of road defects caused by fluctuating winter temperatures.…
Council confirms free parking initiative will continue this year

Council confirms free parking initiative will continue this year

The free parking initiative in Cheshire East towns, which was introduced in 2016, is being made available again this year. Cheshire East Council introduced…
Allotment waste is a burning issue

Allotment waste is a burning issue

Alderley Edge Parish Council has agreed to cover the cost of hiring a skip in an attempt to stop allotment holders burning their waste, which is annoying…
Appeal lodged over rejection of plans for village centre apartments and office

Appeal lodged over rejection of plans for village centre apartments and office

An appeal has been launched against Cheshire East Council's refusal of plans to demolish a derelict building in the village centre and replace it with…
Doggie bags being dumped in hedgerows, on pavements and behind BT cabinets

Doggie bags being dumped in hedgerows, on pavements and behind BT cabinets

A volunteer and regular litter picker Judy Turner has identified areas around the village which require cleaning up and also highlighted that some inconsiderate…