Police are asking the public to help them trace a wanted 24-year-old man from Liverpool.
Police are appealing for information following reports of indecent exposure on a canal towpath in Church Lawton.
An 80-year-old coronavirus survivor is raising money for the hospital that ‘saved her life’ – by completing a track race in her wheelchair.
Three sisters who committed large-scale fraud offences across the North West have today been jailed.
Police are appealing for information following criminal damage at a school in Knutsford.
As Manchester Airport is now in what normally be ones of its busiest months of the year, the Northern Hub is updating customers on its latest developments.
Two Brio Leisure centres have reopened today, after a temporary closure yesterday, as a safety measure to keep customers and staff safe.
A 17-year-old boy has been charged after a man was found with serious injuries in Nantwich.
Macclesfield Town can confirm that Amar Alkadhi has stepped down as the Club's Acting Chairman with immediate effect.
Two Brio Leisure centres have closed temporarily today as a safety measure to keep customers and staff safe.
Local MP, David Rutley, visited a popular local country pub, The Windmill in Whiteley Green, to help promote the start of the new “Eat Out To Help Out” scheme, which will give people in local communities and across the country 50 per cent off their restaurant bills in August.
Detectives are issuing an urgent warning to the public after a recent spate in telephone scams which have left Cheshire victims without thousands of pounds.
Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service is encouraging the public to have a think about the smoke alarms in their home.
The RSPCA is urging the public to be cautious buying puppies after a spike in reports about sick dogs in Cheshire.
This week Travelodge, the UK’s first budget hotel chain, has accelerated its hotel reopening programme and is fast-tracking the reopening of a further 100 UK Travelodge hotels.
Please be aware that Cheshire Police have received reports of a postcode lottery scam.
Further to the Independent Disciplinary Commission hearing of 19th June 2020, it was adjudicated that the Club prepare a Business Plan to be submitted to the EFL by Friday 31st July.
Cheshire East Council is asking residents to continue to follow social distancing guidance and observe other measures to reduce the risk of Covid-19 infection.
Following months of hard-working and dedicated Range employees applying strict social distancing measures in stores, The Range’s staff have additionally raised a collective £51,479.56 for the NHS.
Ahead of the weekend, Cheshire Police is reminding residents not to let their guard down in the fight against Covid-19.
Detectives investigating a serious assault in Nantwich have arrested a 17-year-old boy.
Detectives are issuing an urgent warning to the public after a recent spate in telephone scams which have left Cheshire victims without thousands of pounds.
Passengers travelling between Crewe and Chester are being advised to check before they travel this August during the next phase of a multi-million-pound railway bridge renewal.
From Tuesday 4 August, Macclesfield Bus Station will become a ‘Departures Only’ bus station as a further measure to make travel by public transport safer. There will be no change to the usual departure bays.
With the school summer holidays now in full swing, and many families choosing to staycation rather than travel abroad, The Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI) and Her Majesty’s (HM) Coastguard are urging every parent to be aware of the potential dangers and to be beach safe.
Former football coach Barry Bennell has today pleaded guilty to sexually abusing two young boys more than 30 years ago.
Local charities and good causes are being encouraged to apply for funding for their organisation.
Creamfields continues to tease fans as they’ve just unleashed more names for their 2021 edition.
Three Merseyside men are due to be sentenced tomorrow, at Chester Crown Court, in relation to a series of burglaries at high value homes across the UK.
Government housing agency Homes England has announced Barratt and David Wilson Homes North West as its preferred developer to provide 300 new homes at the former King’s School campus at Fence Avenue, Macclesfield.
As temperatures are set to soar this weekend, dog owners are being urged to take extra care of their pets, as research reveals millions of Brits have failed to help a dog left alone in a car in warm weather.
A 42-year-old man has been charged after a man was found with serious injuries in Nantwich.
North West Academies Trust has launched a Virtual Summer School packed with sports and activities to keep children entertained during the holidays.
Detectives investigating a man seriously assaulted in Nantwich have arrested two men.
BBC broadcaster Nick Robinson has been appointed a Patron of East Cheshire Hospice, where his late father was a patient.
The 2020 National Lottery Awards are now open for entries.
Eddisbury MP Edward Timpson has welcomed the announcement that Cheshire will receive £550,000 in extra funding as part of the Government’s £25 million Safer Streets Fund – delivering on a key Conservative manifesto commitment.
Openreach today outlined plans to make ultra-reliable and gigabit-capable full fibre broadband available to homes and businesses in seven market towns and villages across Cheshire.
As Manchester Airport heads towards what would normally be ones of its busiest months of the year, the Northern Hub is updating customers on its latest developments.
Having actively campaigned for many years for the Poynton Relief Road, local MP, David Rutley, and local Poynton Councillors have strongly welcomed the news that work will start on this much-needed infrastructure project in the autumn.
A lead contractor has been appointed to oversee the construction of a new two storey building to house the proposed Christie at Macclesfield cancer centre.
Six people in Congleton are celebrating today after winning £1,000 each thanks to their lucky postcode.
When Joan Lowther of Knutsford turned 100 years old, on 25th July, there were special celebrations to mark the occasion.
A fifth man has been charged in connection with a robbery in Rainow.
Cheshire Police report that two farms have been targeted and the high value GPS systems that sit on top of their tractors have been stolen.
More than 53,000 outlets across the UK have so far signed up to the UK Government’s Eat Out to Help Out Scheme - and a new official Government online finder is available to help diners locate them.
Local MP, David Rutley, recently met with the Macclesfield Jobcentre Plus team to discuss steps being taken to strengthen the local economy and to help jobseekers in our area to find employment opportunities, including the recent, successful “Cheshire Works 4 U” digital job fair event.
The NSPCC is urging parents with young children to have early and ongoing conversations that can help protect them from abuse, as Government has allowed for a more gradual roll-out of the new Relationships Education curriculum until summer 2021.
Three people in Winsford were celebrating over the weekend after winning £1,000 each thanks to their lucky postcode.
A lot of rural properties use their own oil to heat their house and there can be an increase in the theft of heating and diesel oil whenever the price of oil rises.
Detectives investigating a serious assault in Nantwich are appealing for witnesses to come forward.
There's a new Neighbourhood Watch campaign to prevent burglaries.
The Cheshire Women's Cricket League’s Project Restart is finally complete, as four matches were played as scheduled on Sunday.
Parents in the North West are being urged to claim Child Benefit, even if they have not yet been able to register the birth of their new-borns, to ensure they don’t miss out.
The EFL can confirm that the 2020/21 Season will get underway across the Sky Bet Championship, League One and League Two on the weekend of 12th September.
Cheshire East Council has secured the funding necessary from the government to commence building the Poynton Relief Road.
Five festival sites will be launching their August festivals.
Police officers have charged a man and a woman following the death of a baby in Macclesfield.
A Macclesfield woman, who has been convicted of a string of offences, will have to adhere to a Criminal Behaviour Order upon her release from prison.
The gradual easing of the coronavirus lockdown has seen more new drivers than ever opting to learn with another family member.
Neighbourhood Watch wish to advise you of the fear of a rise in Disability Hate Crime, especially as new legislation about face coverings comes into effect in England.
Cheshire East Council is to restart its FlexiLink bus and Shopmobility services from 3rd August.
Macclesfield MP, David Rutley, recently met with Mrs Rachel Kay, Principal and Chief Executive of Macclesfield College, to celebrate the College’s success over the last year and discuss its ambitious plans for the future.
The people of Cheshire are being urged to be prepared ahead of further changes to coronavirus legislation later this week.
The last few days have seen many Knutsford shops pulling out the stops to make Knutsford ‘bloom’ during what would have been the RHS Show at Tatton Park.
A grant from the Community Fund set up by Cheshire West and Chester Council company Vivo Care Choices has helped the Deafness Support Network put together activity packs so people with sensory loss can keep occupied throughout the coronavirus pandemic.
Highways England is to increase the basic speed at which motorists can drive through roadworks.
Cheshire East Council’s plans to dual the A500 have taken a major stride forward.
Tax credits customers have just one week left to tell HM Revenue and Customs about changes to their circumstances or income before the deadline on 31 July 2020.
Cheshire-based couple Debby and Sandra, together for 20 years, had long shared a dream to become foster carers, but thought it was unlikely their application would be accepted due to being a same-sex couple.
Some of Cheshire West & Chester Council’s Museums, and the Cheshire Archives service, will be able to welcome visitors again later this month.
Cheshire East Council is to provide our communities with four free days of parking.
Cheshire East Council has welcomed the latest round of Covid-19 funding from central government but has warned again that the funding is not sufficient to cover the forecast impacts.
Cheshire Police, with the support of Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service, will be joining with five forces to target motorcyclists who ride anti-socially across borders.
Macclesfield MP, David Rutley, recently met with Mr Andy Venables, a local dairy farmer, to see first-hand how dairy farmers are coping during the coronavirus pandemic and give his support to the ‘Mission4Milk’ Campaign.
A physiotherapy team in Cheshire has helped over 3,000 patients to continue with rehabilitation during lockdown.
Barons Quay is open and showing how it is possible to provide a successful and safe retail and leisure environment for residents.
All three of Manchester Airport’s terminals are in operation, as more airlines resume services and retail outlets start to re-open.
Edward Timpson MP has welcomed the announcement that two Cheshire councils will receive a further £5.4 million from the Government to help pay for their response to coronavirus, as part of a £500 million package of additional support.
Food aid charities in the North West have received more than £541,000 in government funding, to help those struggling to get food as a result of the coronavirus crisis.
Residential care provider Ideal Carehomes, which operates Elworth Grange in Sandbach, has teamed up with the nationwide ‘We Care’ initiative which aims to highlight the dedication of those who work in the care sector.
Residents and businesses close to a town’s new link road are to benefit from traffic calming measures to be introduced by Cheshire East Council.
Cheshire East Council has begun improvement works to revamp Barony Park leisure facilities.
One year on from the local flooding incidents of last summer, local MP, David Rutley, was updated on the actions that are being taken forward to address flood risk in Poynton by expert engineers from United Utilities.
A mum from Alderley Edge, with incurable bowel cancer, is calling on people across Cheshire to help tackle the devastating loss of funding for cancer research, caused by the COVID-19 outbreak.
Treacle Market suspended trading in March as the Covid -19 Pandemic took hold in the UK and still remains temporarily closed. However, this month the much loved Macclesfield market celebrates its 10th Anniversary, but like countless weddings and big birthday parties will have to wait to celebrate at a later date.
The League continues to receive questions on a regular basis in respect of updates to ongoing proceedings involving the EFL and its member Clubs.
Silkmen supporters could potentially be back at the Moss Rose in October, according to the latest Government plans revealed on Friday.
Passengers are being advised to check before they travel, with improvement work on the West Coast main line on Merseyside and in the West Midlands this August Bank Holiday.
Alderley Edge Parish Council have co-opted Bernard Pearce onto the Parish Council, replacing Geoff Hall who resigned from the Council in May this year.
Passengers travelling in taxis and private hire vehicles (PHVs), including app-based services, will be kept safer under tough new licensing standards introduced by the Government, Transport Secretary Grant Shapps announced today (Tuesday 21 July).
Although there is no RHS Flower Show in Tatton Park this year, Knutsford shops and businesses are planning to put on a small floral walk to coincide with when the event would have taken place this year – 22nd to 26th July.
A team of firefighters from Congleton who climbed the height of Olympus Mons have raised more than £1,000 for charity.
Detectives have been made aware of a spate of hoax calls from scammers claiming to be police officers from Cheshire Constabulary acting on behalf of HMRC.
Two 28-year-old men from the Wigan area who broke into a house in Knutsford have been jailed for seven years.
Learners should check their knowledge and skills are up to standard as driving tests are set to resume in England on 22 July.
Schools across the North West are set to receive £5.3 billion in 2021, which is a £221 million increase from last year, in the next step to level up funding across the country.
The Cheshire Women’s Cricket League is delighted to announce that it will once again be operating competitive cricket from Sunday July 26th onwards.
Officers are appealing for more information following a fatal collision in Macclesfield on Saturday morning.
Although lockdown restrictions are now easing, there is no doubt that these are testing times for us all and as such, Macclesfield Town want to spread a little Silkmen happiness amongst their loyal fans.
Sean Kelly, who is a local historian, is conducting some research into the Manchester-based Goslings AFC who played against The Silkmen.
Almost 34% of all retail sales during May 2020 were carried out online, and new research suggests that only 16% of UK consumers intend to return to their old shopping habits post-lockdown.
THOUSANDS of benefit claimants moving to Universal Credit are set to receive up to two weeks of additional cash to provide them with extra support.
Leaders from across Cheshire gathered virtually this week, to establish a strong partnership to combat the continuing threat from COVID-19.
Due to the huge success of various new initiatives, local charity Age UK Cheshire East is looking to recruit more volunteers to help it deliver services supporting older people.
Routes to the South West are expected to be busy this summer as the region tops the list of ‘staycation’ destinations.
Within every Football Club, there are instantly recognisable individuals who visibly embody everything which is so special about it.
Cheshire East Council has secured funding to make improvements to a much-loved football field.
Cheshire East Council is encouraged by the easing of shielding guidelines for its clinically extremely vulnerable residents, who are most at risk from coronavirus.
Cheshire East Council is seeking parents’ views on how their children travel to school – so that plans can be made for pupils’ safe return to school in September.
Cheshire East Council are reminding residents of the urgent need to get tested if they develop any symptoms of coronavirus.
The Barnaby Festival are delighted to be presenting a week-long programme of FREE ONLINE workshops in July.
The first set of Andean bear twins ever to be born in the UK have emerged from their den at Chester Zoo.
Detectives are appealing for witnesses to come forward following an attempted robbery of a car on the A49 near Spurstow.
Cheshire Police issue some crime prevention advice for rural and farming communities.
Six leisure centres across West Cheshire will reopen their doors to welcome customers on Saturday, 25 July.
Morrisons is making it easier for its customers to feed people in need, by launching food parcels that can be bought and then donated at the checkout.
Throughout the pandemic Cheshire East Council has maintained such services together with providing support for its most vulnerable residents, care workers, children and local businesses.
A long-term empty property in Northwich has been fully restored, and given a new lease of life, thanks to help from Cheshire West and Chester Council and property owner, James Darragh.
A convenience shop in Macclesfield which repeatedly served under-age teenagers alcohol and cigarettes without checking ID has been closed down thanks to the work of officers.
This Guinea Pig Appreciation Day (16 July), the RSPCA is highlighting the importance of neutering these small pets as the charity revealed it received more than 1,000 reports about guinea pigs last year.
Members of Cheshire East Countryside Access Forum have been paying tribute to their Chair, Bob Anderson, who recently passed away peacefully at home following a short illness.
A group of firefighters from Macclesfield, who set themselves a challenge to climb the height of Mount Everest, have raised more than £4,000 for charity.
Officers are appealing for information from members of the public after a man and a heavily pregnant woman were assaulted on a night out in Alsager.
Following Transport for the North investment in smart travel technology, Northern have launched the region’s first smart ‘flexi’ season tickets in time for passengers returning to the railway and anticipated changes in travel routines due to COVID-19.
Age UK Cheshire East, the locally based charity supporting older people, has today opened its new furniture showroom in the heart of Macclesfield.
Two 18-year-old men from Macclesfield have been charged following criminal damage incidents in the town.
A new plan to better protect and prepare millions of homes and businesses from the risk of flooding that the climate emergency will bring has been launched by the Environment Agency.
Local MP, David Rutley, visited Dean Valley Community Primary School, Bollington and thanked the teaching and support staff for all their hard work over recent weeks to enable more pupils to get back to school and plan for the return of all year groups in September.
With Terminal Two re-opening this week, all three of Manchester Airport’s terminals will be open from Wednesday 15th July.
Cheshire’s visitor attractions are reopening their doors following further easing of the lockdown.
Macclesfield Town would like to convey their most sincere and grateful thanks to lifelong fan Chris Edge, as he steps down as their Deputy Safety Officer.
Cheshire East Council is advising drivers to visit their online system to help plan journeys, as there has been an increase in requests for roadworks from utility companies following the relaxing of lockdown measures.
Cheshire’s Police and Crime Commissioner is asking victims of crime in Cheshire to have their say on the support they have received from the police and other support services.
The NHS in Cheshire is urging people to contact their doctor if they have had a cough for more than three weeks.
Bollington’s vibrant pubs and restaurants were well represented at a recent meeting hosted by Bollington Town Council and the Bollington Business Forum with David Rutley, local MP, where supporting the reopening of the local hospitality businesses was top of the agenda.
Cheshire Police are appealing for witnesses following an attempted robbery in Knutsford.
Hale Barns Carnival have announced that it will return after all in 2020, with a mini-edition event following the relaxing of the government rules regarding outdoor events.
Cheshire Police has received a report about a recent burglary in Tattenhall, where some expensive farm equipment was stolen.
In the latest end of season awards, Macclesfield Town are delighted to name their 2019/20 Player's Player of the Year.
Cheshire and Wirral Partnership (CWP) NHS Foundation Trust has helped the brand-new West Cheshire Autism Hub get ready for its virtual launch.
Cheshire East Council has taken the decision, to deliver an enhanced offer of adaptations that people can make in their own homes – supporting people to live independently.
Thousands of organisations across a range of sectors, including the performing arts and theatres, heritage, historic palaces, museums, galleries, live music and independent cinema will benefit from access to emergency grants and loans, the Government has announced.
Four people in Northwich are celebrating today after winning £1,000 each thanks to their lucky postcode.
Detectives are appealing for information from members of the public after catalytic converters were stolen from cars at Chester Zoo.
Cheshire East cabinet member Councillor Laura Jeuda has paid tribute to the ‘unsung heroes’ of the borough’s carers and care homes during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Northern’s new trains are celebrating their one-year anniversary and have clocked more than five million miles of customer journeys.
On-call firefighters are gearing up to climb the height of Mount Everest to raise essential cash for charity.
This year’s annual Bollington Nostalgia Hill Race took place virtually for the first time, with local MP, David Rutley, taking part to help raise funds for the Bridgend Centre – a much-valued local charity.
The people of Cheshire are being reminded to take extra care to help keep themselves and others safe when visiting the re-opened pubs, bars and restaurants this weekend.
Business leaders and funding organisations from across Cheshire have joined forces to back a new initiative to help tackle the increase in mental ill-health in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic.
A 42-year-old man from Liverpool who committed a robbery at a convenience store in Macclesfield has been jailed for more than four years.
CPRE, the countryside charity, has called for a radical rethink of the role of the countryside in tackling the climate emergency.
Eddisbury has been allocated its share of the £434 million investment to expand classrooms, upgrade facilities and improve the education of children across the whole country.
The Chancellor has announced a much-needed boost for tourism and hospitality businesses in Eddisbury, as part of his Summer Economic Update to kickstart the economy post-coronavirus.
An operation to tackle motoring offences in Sandbach and Middlewich has led to 20 drivers being caught speeding in a day.
Six people in Congleton are celebrating today after winning £1,000 each thanks to their lucky postcode.
Local MP Edward Timpson has welcomed the Plan for Jobs set out by Chancellor Rishi Sunak on Wednesday, saying it provides much-needed support to businesses across Eddisbury.
Conservative MP for Eddisbury, Edward Timpson, has praised the efforts of the NCA and police officers from the North West in taking criminals, weapons and drugs off our streets
More than 150,000 motor vehicles were stolen in Great Britain in the year 2018-19, 10,000 more than the year before and a 56% (54,932) increase compared to four years earlier.
Silkmen provide first instalment in a new series of monthly updates.
Residents using our household waste recycling centre site in Crewe are warned to expect delays.
Cheshire East Council’s cabinet have authorised the council to make a compulsory purchase order and side road order to enable the delivery of the project.
The National Lottery is searching for your ‘hometown hero’ or ‘lockdown legend’ as part of the 2020 National Lottery Awards.
The British Beer & Pub Association has today warmly welcomed Rishi Sunak’s positive package of support as a helpful first step on a long road to recovery, especially for food led pubs and those with accommodation and will help secure jobs.
A team of firefighters from Congleton are gearing up to climb the height of Olympus Mons in order to raise cash for charity.
A murder investigation is continuing following the death of a man in Crewe.
The Chancellor today set out the next steps in the UK Government’s strategy to secure the North West’s economic recovery from coronavirus – announcing a “Plan For Jobs” to level up, spread opportunity and unite the UK.
The RSPCA has rescued a corn snake which was found hiding in a wood shed in Macclesfield.
Active Cheshire, the lead for physical activity and sport across Cheshire and Warrington, are pleased to support Mission 84. A campaign created to raise as much awareness of suicide in men as possible.
The wet weather didn’t dampen the spirits of people looking for their first pint and evening meal out in England over the weekend.
The development of a garden village at Handforth has moved a step closer.
28% of Brits say they will be reluctant to return to their dentist once the lockdown is lifted.
Cheshire East Council is to press ahead with two key walking and cycling routes – to encourage people to leave their cars on the drive and get healthier.
Cheshire East Council is considering measures to tackle the issue of pavement parking in the borough.
Macclesfield-based business, AER Electric, is gearing up for growth with its award-winning AER 557 premium adult electric scooter.
As flights increase, and more airlines resume services, Manchester Airport continues to keep passengers safe as they travel through the Northern hub.
Local MP, David Rutley, has joined the National Trust’s Lead Ranger at Lyme Park, Chris Dunkerley in calling for visitors to respect the countryside by taking home their litter, not taking BBQs out with them and avoiding lighting fires.
The RSPCA is bracing itself for a surge in abandoned animals and fears the fallout from the Covid crisis could see more owners struggling to keep their pets.
The reopening of pubs, bars and restaurants in Cheshire over the weekend passed relatively peacefully with 10 arrests linked to the night-time economy.
A new, online campaign showcasing the achievements of groundbreaking heroines past and present has been launched by Cheshire charity Motherwell.
Tens of thousands of people who are suffering long-term effects of coronavirus will benefit from a revolutionary on-demand recovery service, the head of the NHS has announced today.
Macclesfield Town are both shocked and profoundly disappointed to confirm that the English Football League have decided to appeal against the outcome of an Independent Disciplinary Commission, in respect of misconduct charges levied against the Club.
Restrictions on bars, restaurants, cafes and pubs have been lifted today, as these businesses prepare to reopen their doors to the public. The Government are bringing forward new legislation to make the process for pavement licences easier.
A 19-year-old man has been charged following an attempted robbery in Rudheath.
Cheshire Constabulary is urging anyone who is considering attending an illegal rave to think twice.
A new High Street Commission is meeting during the summer to work on plans to support the recovery of the high streets across the Borough.
Cheshire East’s leaders have criticised as ‘wholly inadequate’ a government announcement of a new funding package to help councils hit by the huge costs of tackling Covid-19.
Sunday 5th July marks the 72nd birthday of the NHS and we want to use this weekend to remind everyone to take part in the biggest ‘thank-you’ our region has ever seen.
The family of a 17-year-old girl who died in a collision in Astbury have paid tribute to her.
Cheshire Constabulary’s Serious and Organised Crime Unit (SOCU) has sent shock waves through Cheshire’s criminal world after disrupting the activity of crime gangs by infiltrating encrypted devices.
A few days ago, the last patient was discharged from the NHS Nightingale Hospital North West in Manchester.
Communities that depend on tourism will receive a major boost from a new £10 million Kick-Starting Tourism Package, the Minister for Regional Growth and Local Government Simon Clarke MP has announced today.
Made Smarter, the movement helping SMEs join the Industry 4.0 revolution, has reached a major milestone having now funded more than 100 businesses, including 10 in Cheshire and Warrington.
Some of Cheshire West and Chester Council’s Libraries will be able to welcome visitors again later this month.
Detailed plans have been unveiled for all children and young people to return to full-time education from September.
Health leaders in the North West have thanked thousands of students who have been deployed to the NHS frontline to support the response to the Coronavirus pandemic.
Morrisons is to open 320 cafes in England this Saturday with more competitive prices and social distancing measures to keep customers safe.
The North West Regional Organised Crime Unit have been involved in a massive international operation targeting criminals involved in serious and organised crime resulting in 93 arrests and the seizure of £3.6 million criminal cash, 79kg of drugs, 10 firearms and 220 rounds of ammunition across the North West.
Millions of drivers are at risk of drink-driving as nearly a third (30%) have plans to head to the pub to celebrate the end of lockdown.
Anyone can become a victim of investment fraud. Many people lose their entire life savings to investment scammers.
Organisers of the Taste Cheshire Food and Drink Festival have taken the painful decision not to stage this year’s event and to move the entire programme to Easter 2021.
The people of Cheshire are being urged to remain vigilant and act responsibly as coronavirus restrictions are eased this weekend.
New regulations out today could see private landlords facing fines of up to £30,000 if they don’t comply with important changes, designed to keep tenants safe from faulty electrics and fire hazards.
Detectives are urging residents across Cheshire to be vigilant following a spate of hoax calls from scammers claiming to be police officers acting on behalf of HMRC.
New byelaws agreed by the Environment Agency will protect salmon and sea trout in the Rivers Dee and Wye in England.
An NSPCC committee has raised more than £1000 for the children’s charity by baking and delivering 100 cream teas in 2 hours.
Alton Towers Resort has today announced it will be opening its gates for thrill-seeking and family fun from Saturday 4th July.
Officers investigating a robbery in Congleton are appealing for information from members of the public.
On Monday evening, Macclesfield Town Council formally co-opted Labour party member Mike Hutchison to fill the vacancy created by the resignation of Dominic Sexton for one of the two the West & Ivy ward seats.
Businesses will have the flexibility to bring furloughed employees back to work part time from today, as part of the government’s plan to re-open the UK and kickstart our economy.
HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) is reminding tax credits customers that they need to tell HMRC about any changes in their circumstances or income by 31 July.
Merseyside Police have told us about someone pretending to be a Fire Inspector from Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service.
The NSPCC East Cheshire committee have raised thousands of pounds in the last few weeks, which will fund over a thousand Childline counselling sessions to take place.
PEOPLE across Cheshire are being urged to shop to save lives, as Cancer Research UK stores re-open after three months of devastating closures.
The RSPCA is investigating after a pair of mating swans were found injured and the eggs on their nest had disappeared - prompting fears they may have been attacked.
Cheshire East Council has revealed the £70m impact of Covid-19 on its finances – and renewed its call for the government to cover the full costs.
Cheshire East Council is to ask residents if they want to see some special orders protecting their communities extended for a further three years, including the control of dogs and dog fouling.
Detectives are appealing for dashcam footage after a man was knocked off his bike and threatened in Winsford.
Cheshire Police and Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service are urging motorists not to get behind the wheel after drinking alcohol or taking drugs as government restrictions are eased this weekend.
To mark the milestone, NHS Cheshire Clinical Commissioning Group is saying “thank you” to the GPs, health and care professionals, key workers and volunteers who have supported the people of Cheshire throughout the Coronavirus response.
National Express’ iconic white coaches will be back on the road from tomorrow following an 86 day break.
Cheshire East Council is preparing to re-open its 16 libraries and library services – but only on a phased basis.
A sofa, a king size mattress and bikes, all items you’d expect to find in a home, except these were all found on the side of some of the country’s busiest roads.
Police are appealing for information following a series of criminal damage over the last few weeks in Elworth, Wheelock, Sandbach, Brereton and Holmes Chapel.
A group of firefighters from Macclesfield are set to climb the height of Mount Everest in order to raise cash for charity.
Macclesfield MP, David Rutley, has given his strong backing to local businesses, particularly those in the retail and hospitality sectors, as we move to the next phase in easing lockdown restrictions.
Mandatory MOT testing is to be re-introduced from 1 August 2020, as COVID-19 restrictions are slowly lifted.
Cheshire East Council has introduced a new system to make it easier for older and more vulnerable residents to apply for concessionary travel passes.
Many people have re-discovered their love of walking in the great outdoors in recent months – and now Diabetes UK are asking people to join them for the One Million Step Challenge, to raise funds and help make a huge difference to the lives of people with diabetes across the UK.
The easing of lockdown restrictions in England from next weekend (4 July) will see the equivalent of more than 10m people – an incredible one third (31%) of all drivers – getting away for an overnight stay, potentially making it the busiest weekend of the year so far on the roads.
Macclesfield Town are deeply saddened to learn that former defender Mike Farrelly has sadly passed away.
Cheshire East Council has joined with the County Council Network and the Association of Directors of Adult Social Services (ADASS), in calling for significant additional funding from central government, to meet the rising costs of adult social care services during the Covid-19 crisis.
Cheshire East Council has launched the second phase of the local discretionary grant scheme, which is now open for applications.
Officers are appealing for information from the public after a cyclist died following a collision in Moreton, near Congleton.
The first Northwich Krazy Races is to be postponed until 2021, organisers have announced.
More than 2,700 people and organisations have voiced their views on the second phase of Cheshire East Council’s Local Plan Strategy.
Cheshire East Council is stepping up its focus on active travel as part of its plans to support the borough through the recovery from the Covid-19 pandemic.
The Register of Play Inspectors International is calling for all playground owners to carry out an in-depth inspection prior to the re-opening of any facility and ensure that all inspection schedules are brought fully up to date.
Detectives are appealing for information from the public following an attempted robbery at a post office in Rudheath.
Officers are appealing for information following reports of racial abuse towards a woman and a girl in Macclesfield.
Age UK Cheshire East’s Scams Awareness and Aftercare Project has gone online to bring scams awareness sessions to older people, as lockdown continues and whilst criminals are still preying on the vulnerable during the COVID-19 outbreak.
The demolition of the fire damaged outdoor market in Northwich will begin on Monday, 29 June for period of around six weeks.
Cheshire Police is urging anyone who is considering attending an illegal rave to think twice.
Macclesfield Town can confirm that an Independent Arbitration Panel has activated the suspended two point penalty which was levied against the Club during our previous hearing and as a result of further breaches of EFL regulations.
The former leader of Cheshire East Council, Michael Jones, has called for an inquiry into the leadership of Cheshire Police for wasting more than £1m of taxpayers money and more than four years of police time on a failed misconduct investigation.
The family of an 18-year-old woman who died in a collision on the A534 Haslington bypass between Crewe and Sandbach have paid tribute to her.
A woman from Congleton was in for quite a shock when she went to rearrange some of her cushions on a sofa and found a foot-long snake curled up on the seat!
A bus service used by key workers and people travelling to Macclesfield, Poynton and Stepping Hill Hospital, has been reinstated – thanks to Cheshire East Council.
Cheshire East Council has re-started appointments for notices of marriage and civil partnerships.
Last night 180 tonnes of earth slipped onto the railway after persistent heavy rainfall near Whitmore, Staffordshire.
A scheme of repairs for Northwich’s Winnington Swing Bridge that was postponed at the start of the coronavirus pandemic has been rescheduled for August this year, with an initial closure needed for investigation works in late June.
Cheshire East Council is to re-start the registration of births from today (Wednesday 17 June).
Macclesfield Town have been deeply saddened to learn that two much-loved and devoted supporters have passed away over the course of the last few days.
Cheshire West and Chester Council are considering the best options available for investing in Northwich library to deliver a service that is universally accessible to all and safeguards the future of the existing Grade II listed Brunner Public Library building for future generations.
Dog owners are being urged to keep their pets under control and think of others when visiting the borough’s parks and open spaces.
Police investigating a serious collision in Disley are appealing for witnesses to come forward.
The COVID-19 pandemic has meant the closure of galleries and the cancellation of exhibitions. Online exhibitions may be poor substitutes for the real thing, but in the present circumstances it’s the best that we can do and it is under these circumstances that the Macclesfield Open Art Exhibition has been revived.
Police are appealing for witnesses following a collision on the A534 Haslington bypass between Crewe and Sandbach.