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Chairman's casting vote see plans for housing development on land gifted to RSPCA refused

Chairman's casting vote see plans for housing development on land gifted to RSPCA refused

Planning permission for six new houses on land off Heyes Lane previously gifted to the RSPCA has been refused again. The application was referred to Cheshire…
Police warn they will 'collectively target' those who flout Covid restrictions

Police warn they will 'collectively target' those who flout Covid restrictions

With the new national restrictions being introduced in England on Thursday, police are warning those who break the rules will face warn of 'greater levels…
Council extends Covid-19 community response and recovery fund

Council extends Covid-19 community response and recovery fund

The council has extended the community response and recovery fund so that it can continue to support local organisations through this pandemic with a…
Cheshire leaders plan for local test and trace system

Cheshire leaders plan for local test and trace system

Leaders from Cheshire East, Cheshire West and Chester, Warrington and Halton Council, the Police and Crime Commissioner, the Chair of the Local Enterprise…
Teenage girl sexually assaulted in Alderley Edge

Teenage girl sexually assaulted in Alderley Edge

Detectives investigating a serious sexual assault in Alderley Edge are appealing for witnesses to come forward. At 10pm on Saturday, 31st October, an…
Figures reveal local areas worst affected by Covid-19

Figures reveal local areas worst affected by Covid-19

As the prime minister announced a 27-day national lockdown, which will come into effect just after midnight on Thursday, 5th November, the latest figures…
UPDATED - Charity Christmas card shop pops up in new location

UPDATED - Charity Christmas card shop pops up in new location

Update - As a result of the imminent second national lockdown, the Combined Charities Christmas Card pop-up shop will not be able to open this year. Please…
Reader's Photo: An amethyst deceiver

Reader's Photo: An amethyst deceiver

David Burdell kindly sent us this photo taken of an amethyst deceiver taken at Lindow common If you would like your photos of Alderley Edge and the surrounding…
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'Car thieves are becoming even more bold!'

'Car thieves are becoming even more bold!'

A Wilmslow resident is warning owners of keyless cars about the risk of theft. Berkeley Thirsk had his Range Rover stolen off his driveway on Chesham…
5 point plan to tackle 'anti-social' supercars

5 point plan to tackle 'anti-social' supercars

Following an increasing number of complaints from local residents regarding the driving of high performance vehicles through the village, the council…
Decision due on controversial plans for housing development on land donated to RSPCA

Decision due on controversial plans for housing development on land donated to RSPCA

Revised plans to build six houses on a plot of vacant land which was left to the RSPCA by a wild life enthusiast will be considered by the Northern Planning…
Date set for dimmed down Christmas Lights Switch On

Date set for dimmed down Christmas Lights Switch On

Due to the current Covid-19 restrictions, the annual Christmas Lights switch on in the village will take a different form from that of previous years.…
A beacon of light for employment

A beacon of light for employment

Promotional Feature The Alderley Park Lighthouse Lab in Cheshire plays a key role in supporting the government's drive to increase UK testing capacity.…
Ruth and Andrew start a new chapter at Heatherley Wood

Ruth and Andrew start a new chapter at Heatherley Wood

Promotional Feature After 21 years in the same family home in Hale Barns, it was going to take something very special to tempt Ruth and Andrew Morgan…
Aldeli offering free school meals over half term

Aldeli offering free school meals over half term

A local deli is offering free meals to children in need over October half-term this week, in support of the national campaign started by the footballer…
Keeping the village blooming in autumn

Keeping the village blooming in autumn

Autumn is a busy season in the Alderley Edge in Bloom calendar with the voluntary group having recently purchased 200 kilos of mixed narcissus bulbs so…
Hamper appeal to help local families in need this Christmas

Hamper appeal to help local families in need this Christmas

An appeal has been launched to support two local charities who help families suffering from poverty in the run up to the festive season. With this year…