Repairs to Hartford Bridge on the A556, known locally as the Blue Bridge, will begin on Friday 6 November and will involve a contraflow traffic system while these essential works take place. The bridge has suffered from damage caused by a vehicle strike.
Northern has teamed up with web-based rail experts Realtimetrains.co.uk to give its customers live information about its trains.
Royal Mail has launched a parcel pick-up service across the UK in a shake-up of the daily round.
Mayors, Council Leaders and senior representatives from across the North’s local authorities will be told on Wednesday that there is an opportunity to build on ‘reset’ train services in the North and support the rail industry in regaining confidence and trust.
Mid Cheshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust is developing a long term vision for the future which includes an ambitious plan for a significant redevelopment of the Leighton Hospital site.
Today Taste Cheshire and We Love Good Times launched Operation Safehouse, the campaign designed to get Cheshire out of Tier 2 back in to Tier 1.
Cyberhood Watch, an initiative between Avast and Neighbourhood Watch, would like to invite you to discuss a new study they have undertaken with the University of Birmingham, looking at levels and risks of cybercrime in the North West of England.
The impact of the work of the county’s police and crime commissioner (PCC) in keeping Cheshire safe has been highlighted in a new report published today (20 October 2020).
Communities across Cheshire are being asked to share how local businesses in their area are successfully adapting during the pandemic, as part of a drive to keep people safe while supporting the local economy.
Detectives are continuing to appeal for information following the death of a man in Winsford.
Eddisbury MP Edward Timpson CBE has today called on the 4,000 Revolut users in Eddisbury to support the Poppy Appeal by using their electronic donations feature.
Age UK Cheshire East’s new Veterans Telephone Befriending service, ‘Veterans Keep in Touch’, is hoping to expand and is looking to encourage more volunteers to join its ranks of veterans calling veterans.
The Liberal Democrats are calling on Royal Mail to offer free postage to and from care homes in the UK to ensure that no vulnerable person goes without love this Christmas.
It is with a heavy heart that the organisers of Treacle Market have decided to cancel the much-loved monthly trading event this coming weekend.
Cheshire Police have received reports of tractor GPS system thefts.
New analysis by the Labour Party has revealed that the Government’s disastrous test and trace system has failed to reach almost 250,000 close contacts of people who tested positive for Covid-19 in England.
David Rutley, Macclesfield MP, has been actively working with local businesses to promote the new Kickstart scheme, which is designed to help more young people get into the world of work.
Cheshire Rural Touring Arts are one of eight rural touring companies and venues from across England who have got together to support Murray Lachlan Young and new company Funnelwick Limb to create a whole new story world which can be enjoyed by audiences online this winter.
Never leave domestic appliances on when you go out.
Customers can now be rewarded for shopping locally at Knutsford Market Hall, with the introduction of a new Loyalty Scheme.
The RSPCA dealt with 171 incidents involving small furry pets - including rabbits, guinea pigs and hamsters - in Cheshire last year.
Mr Jason Slack, new Head of Foundation at King’s School, recently welcomed local MP, David Rutley, to the school’s new campus.
A kind-hearted Wilmslow man who started dropping off cakes and sandwiches to his neighbours and friends to cheer them up at the beginning of the lockdown went on, along with a team of volunteers, to serve over 110,000 meals to around 350 local households.
A man who drove through a red light and killed a 46-year-old woman as she crossed a road in Wilmslow has been sentenced.
Detectives investigating the death of 27-year-old Keegan Crimes in Winsford have arrested a sixth teenager.
Detectives from Cheshire Police have charged a man with drugs offences following a vehicle stop-check.
One in four deaf children across the UK could struggle at school because their teachers are wearing face masks or coverings in class, new research shows.
Cheshire West and Chester Council, Cheshire East Council, Wirral Council, Halton Council and Warrington Council are advising residents to remain close to home and only visit neighbouring boroughs for work, education or health purposes.
The Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport and Arts Council England have today announced that a further 588 cultural and creative organisations are to receive a share of £76 million as part of a vital financial boost from the Government’s £1.57 billion Culture Recovery Fund.
Police and crime commissioner (PCC) David Keane is raising awareness of the effects modern slavery and human trafficking has on local communities following a rise in cases in Cheshire.
The three 16-year-old boys arrested in relation to this investigation have all been released on conditional bail pending further enquires.
New statistics showing the significant Government support for businesses in Eddisbury have been welcomed by local MP Edward Timpson.
Vital long-distance rail services that people the length of Great Britain rely upon will continue to run and support the UK’s recovery from COVID-19, thanks to a new contract signed between the Government and Arriva CrossCountry.
A bus service has been reinstated for residents – thanks to Cheshire East Council.
Keir Starmer has called on the Government to introduce a circuit break to drive down Covid-19 transmissions and ensure the NHS in the North West is equipped for the winter.
The family of man who died following an incident in Winsford have paid tribute to him.
With the widespread cancellation of organised public firework displays this year, the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA) is concerned over the potential for a spike in serious burn injuries.
On Sunday October 17th, siblings Simon, Sharon and Sinead Hickey, alongside other family members, will be raising vital funds for The Brain Tumour Charity.
TV presenter Matt Allwright is supporting a new Crimestoppers hotline that has been launched to help stop fraudsters illegally targeting Covid stimulus schemes.
People using a hand-held mobile phone in all circumstances while driving will be breaking the law, under new government plans unveiled by Roads Minister Baroness Vere today (Saturday 17 October), to close a legislation loophole and improve road safety.
Tatton Park education service has been awarded £180,000 as part of the government’s £1.57 billion Culture Recovery Fund (CRF), administered by Arts Council England.
Cheshire East has been placed into the government’s Covid alert level ‘high’ also known as ‘Tier Two’.
Cheshire East Council is asking residents, businesses and other organisations about its aim of being an open and enabling organisation.
Military veterans across Cheshire will soon benefit from cut-price rail travel, thanks to a new Government initiative.
Businesses in the North West benefitted from more than £5 billion of government support to protect and support jobs across the region, according to new figures released today.
Detectives have arrested three teenagers following the death of a man in Winsford.
To show the importance of supporting our high streets, 12 Congleton businesses are joining with over 100 Independent High Streets across the UK, to put on very special £5 offers across two weeks in October, in the TOTALLY LOCALLY FIVER FEST.
A leading asset and property management team have been appointed to the Potteries Shopping Centre, signalling an exciting new era for the Stoke-on-Trent city centre destination.
Cllr Geraint Price Jones, Mayor of Sandbach and Mayoral Consort, Mrs Price Jones paid a visit special ‘socially distanced’ visit to Cheshire’s newest luxury care home, Elworth Grange, to mark the recent opening and officially welcome the team and residents into the community.
Royal Mail today announced its latest recommended international posting dates for overseas destinations, to ensure mail and parcels arrive in time for Christmas 2020.
Officers are appealing to members of the public to help locate a man they want to speak to in connection with two separate assault incidents in Crewe.
The Official Receiver has confirmed that Macclesfield Town FC Limited has been sold to Macc Football Club Limited.
OVER 150,000 vulnerable pensioners in the North West will receive a winter windfall of £140 off their fuel bills, thanks to Government efforts working with energy firms to cut their costs.
HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) has received more than 54,800 claims from customers using a new online portal which allows workers to claim tax relief for working at home.
Local charity Age UK Cheshire East has been working with the Johnnie Johnson Housing over the last few months to improve the lives of older people.
Cheshire Police is urging road users to pay attention, drive carefully and drive to the condition of the road as we head into the winter months.
Cheshire’s police and crime commissioner (PCC) David Keane in partnership with the county’s Youth Commission has launched a consultation to establish the level of online crime amongst young people in Cheshire.
Macclesfield Town Community Sports Trust is an independent charity based at Moss Rose that has been an ever-present partner of the Silkmen since the Club’s first promotion to the Football League in 1997.
The unprecedented COVID-19 pandemic has contributed to an 11 per cent year-on-year increase in the monthly amount consumers spend online, according to Royal Mail’s annual Delivery Matters study.
The British Beer & Pub Association (BBPA), the leading trade association representing brewers and pubs, has today responded to an announcement by the Prime Minister outlining a new tier system and associated restrictions for local lockdowns across England.
The TUC General Secretary Frances O’Grady and TUC North West Regional Secretary Lynn Collins have today written to local MPs urging them to demand answers from government on job support and raise the need for improved financial assistance for affected workers as a renewed lockdown in huge parts of the North West looms.
Cheshire West and Chester Council has been awarded a Cultural Recovery Fund grant of £60,434 as part of the Government’s £1.57 billion Culture Recovery, to remodel some of its cultural programmes to find new ways of delivering them that ensure sustainability.
Children at North West Academies Trust schools have been learning how the mind matters, as they played their part to support World Mental Health Day.
Local MP, David Rutley, joined local representatives at a meeting to discuss the need for a comprehensive flood action plan to be produced for Poynton and other local communities impacted by the flooding incidents in the summer of 2019, some 14 months after these devastating events.
Two people in Alsager are celebrating after winning £1,000 each on Sunday, thanks to their lucky postcode.
The Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport and Arts Council England have today announced that 1385 arts and cultural organisations are to receive a share of £257 million as part of a vital financial boost from the Government’s £1.57 billion Culture Recovery Fund.
An award-winning private chef from Wilmslow, who lost his four-year-old son to cancer, is urging people across the North West to cook up some cash with a special Sunday Brunch for Stand Up To Cancer this October.
The RSPCA is concerned a boom in kitten buying could lead to more cats coming into rescue centres and needing new homes, as the charity reports there were 691 cat incidents in Cheshire this year.
A Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service firefighter is set to read children across the county their bedtime story in a bid to raise awareness of the dangers around the home, to help prevent avoidable burn and scald injuries.
The people of Cheshire are being advised to stay safe when dating online as part of a national campaign targeting romance fraud.
Cheshire East Council has moved another step closer to realising its ambition to unlock the delivery of £180 million of investment into the regeneration of Crewe.
Cheshire East Council has praised children, teachers and parents at Pebble Brook Primary School in Crewe for achieving an award for their work in supporting cycling, walking and other forms of sustainable travel.
Cheshire’s Chief Fire Officer has been awarded the Queen’s Fire Service Medal after almost 31 years in fire and rescue.
The British Beer & Pub Association (BBPA), the leading trade association representing brewers and pubs, has today welcomed a new package of support announced by Chancellor Rishi Sunak for businesses including pubs that will be forced to close in any future local lockdowns.
A new walk-through coronavirus testing facility is to open for those with symptoms to book appointments at Cumberland Car Park, in Northwich, as part of the Government’s UK-wide drive to continue to improve the accessibility of coronavirus testing for local communities.
The government’s Job Support Scheme (JSS) will be expanded to protect jobs and support businesses required to close their doors as a result of coronavirus restrictions, the Chancellor announced today.
Mark Strutt and Alan Dunwoody appeared at Warrington Magistrates’ Court, via a video link, today.
With calls to the NSPCC about sexual abuse increasing since schools started back, the children’s charity has teamed up with Ant & Dec to make sure children know what to do and who to speak to if something is worrying or upsetting them.
At the Cheshire East Council Cabinet meeting on Tuesday the differences between the previous Conservative administration and the new Labour-Independent administration were highlighted by 3 decisions.
Cheshire East Council has extended its controls on dog fouling, criminal activity and anti-social behaviour for a further three years.
The impact of the coronavirus pandemic on local people’s mental health was top of the agenda at a recent meeting attended by David Rutley MP and Mike Heale, Chair of the East Cheshire Mental Health Forum.
The British Beer & Pub Association (BBPA), the leading trade association representing brewers and pubs, has today responded to reports that local, stricter lockdown measures could be placed on the North of England - forcing pubs and other hospitality businesses to close again.
Detectives are appealing for information from the public following a serious assault in Crewe.
Former football coach Barry Bennell has today been sentenced for sexually abusing two young boys more than 30 years ago.
Officers investigating a series of car thefts across Cheshire and Greater Manchester have arrested two men following dawn raids.
Leading sensory charity DSN have announced the appointment of Mark Lunney as its new chief executive.
Holmes Chapel resident John Paul ‘JP’ Morris was among 28 runners who took on the once-in-a-lifetime Virtual London Marathon, in support of the National Deaf Children’s Society on Sunday, 4 October.
To increase physical activity levels amongst students and staff, Macclesfield College are working in partnership with Active Cheshire.
Two new COVID-19 local testing sites will open in West Cheshire this week, enabling residents with coronavirus symptoms to book a test.
Fourteen people in Nantwich are celebrating today after winning £1,000 each thanks to their lucky postcode.
The world-famous piano that John Lennon used to compose and record one of the great peace anthems of the 20th century is on loan to Liverpool’s Strawberry Field exhibition, courtesy of the estate of the late George Michael.
Expansion of Manchester’s Piccadilly and Airport stations and an extra rail connection from Crewe to the North are among a range of measures being proposed by HS2 Ltd today to facilitate better journeys between the North and Midlands.
Today, on World Sight Day, a UK-first technology is launching which will be a first step to enable blind and partially sighted people to shop independently. Coco Pops cereal boxes are the first food product in the UK to trial the innovative tech, designed specifically for those who are visually impaired.
Many student midwives are struggling under the weight of financial concerns, poor mental health and an unpredictable job market, according to new findings by the Royal College of Midwives (RCM).
The people working to keep the streets of Cheshire East safe through CCTV have received a top Home Office award for the quality of their service.
Knutsford Post Office is to temporarily close due to building work at 7 Princess Street in Knutsford.
Fraudsters are targeting job-seekers with a recruitment scam that has already claimed 35 victims with losses totalling over £51,000.
Simon Lea, an Asda General Store Manager from Stockport, has received a BEM in the Queen's Birthday Honours.
Knutsford is taking part in its second Totally Locally National Fiver Fest on 10 – 24th October, joining thousands of independent businesses across the UK to highlight their contribution to the Great British high street.
Morrisons is today launching a service aimed at ensuring customers who are self-isolating can get a delivery of food to their doorstep.
Cheshire East Council is urging any residents affected by the emotional strain of the Covid-19 pandemic, to seek help and not to suffer alone.
An alarming 8,600 women could be living with undetected breast cancer, due to the temporary pause on screenings.
Parcelforce Worldwide has announced its last posting dates for Christmas 2020. The festive period is the busiest time of the year for the UK express parcel business which begins planning for Christmas as early as April.
Detectives are appealing for witnesses to come forward following an attempted robbery In Middlewich.
A bespoke piece of artwork has been installed by Avanti West Coast at Macclesfield Station to celebrate the town’s heritage.
Detectives are appealing for witnesses to come forward following an assault in Winsford.
Cheshire East Council, with Cheshire West and Chester Council and Warrington Borough Council, has written to the Secretary of State for Health to request additional resources and measures to deal with Covid-19.
Local solicitors Hall Smith Whittingham have announced they will be sponsoring Mid Cheshire Hospitals Charity’s new ‘Young Fundraisers’ scheme.
Extra support will be given to councils to help them to prepare for the introduction of landmark legislation that will ensure domestic abuse victims and their families get the vital help they need has been announced today by Minister for Rough Sleeping and Housing Kelly Tolhurst MP.
The number of disability hate crimes reported in Merseyside soared by 28% in 2019-20, disturbing new police figures obtained by two national disability charities can reveal today.
Here is some valuable information relevant to the rural communities for your awareness.
Kinship care charity Grandparents Plus has today warned that kinship carers – family and friends who are raising 200,000 children in the UK because their parents cannot look after them – are being left without the support and advice they need.
The RSPCA was called by a member of the public who had been fishing in the area on Monday (28 September). Inspector Nadine Pengilly attended to rescue the deer in the remote section of woodland in Knutsford.
Cheshire East Council are advising tenants that a change in government legislation recently came into effect.
With their colleagues at Cheshire Police Cheshire East Council undertook a joint operation at the weekend, visiting venues and local businesses across the borough.
Two people have been charged with drugs offences in Wilmslow and Alderley Edge.
Eddisbury MP Edward Timpson has welcomed the Government’s support of sport at all levels during the pandemic following the announcement of a new funding package to aid local sports clubs through the uncertainty posed by the pandemic.
Cheshire East Council is asking residents, business and other organisations in the borough to give their feedback on its plan for the next four years.
Passengers travelling between London, the West Midlands and North West are being warned of slower-than-usual journeys and travel disruption as Storm Alex hits Britain this weekend.
Mark Littler Ltd, a whisky and antiques broker based in Cheshire, has sold a 28 bottle vertical of Macallan 18 year old for £44,000.
Hundreds of thousands of jobseekers are set to benefit from a new employment programme launching today.
Following the success of its September drive in cinema event, The Christie will be returning to Arley Hall and Gardens in Cheshire this October to hold another weekend of movies. This time with a spooky twist.
A month of action has seen Crewe’s Problem Solving Team launch a series of initiatives to tackle knife crime in the town.
Self Assessment customers can apply online for additional support to help spread the cost of their tax bill into monthly payments from today (1 October), without the need to call HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC).
People living in Eddisbury can now get up to £5,000 of energy efficient home improvements funded by the Government as part of a new scheme.
People across Eddisbury will have the chance to retrain and find new, well-paid jobs as part of the Government’s new Lifetime Skills Guarantee.
Network Rail’s ‘leaf-busting’ trains have started blasting leaves off the line to help keep passengers and freight moving across the North West this autumn.
Sons and Daughters Month is The Fostering Network’s annual campaign during October to celebrate the vital contribution which the children of foster carers make to foster care.
Nantwich residents can find out about the lifesaving work of their local firefighters this weekend – without leaving the comfort of their own homes.
Unusual frogs found in the dry forests of Mexico have bred at Chester Zoo – a European first for the species.
Nantwich mums Rachel Sinden and Hannah Morgan have been bringing smiles and reassurances to children all over the UK with their new picture book about children’s COVID anxiety.
A special partnership between the NSPCC and Card Factory will be marked with a brand-new children’s book just in time for Christmas.
On 20 October, Cheshire’s award-winning Lion Salt Works Museum in Northwich - one of the country’s foremost industrial heritage museums - will launch a fascinating exhibition exploring the relationship between salt and food.
Transition Bollington yesterday (Wed 30 Sep) published a report outlining the changes that residents and workers of Bollington, Cheshire, want to see so they can make different choices about the way they travel.
East Cheshire NHS Trust has introduced three new self check-in kiosks for outpatients at Macclesfield Hospital this week.
East Cheshire NHS Trust is pleased to announce it can now offer virtual consultations to patients who have been identified by their doctor or nurse as suitable for this type of appointment in selected departments.
Ninety-three new state of the art gritters will be patrolling England’s motorways and major A roads this winter, as part of a multi-million investment to help keep traffic moving in severe weather.
The Alderley Edge Neighbourhood Development Plan (AENDP) has now been finalised and submitted to Cheshire East Council.
As what would traditionally be a busy summer season at Manchester Airport draws to a close, the northern hub is sharing further updates and guidance with its passengers.
Congleton Town Council’s work on reducing male violence and making more people aware of the need to never commit, excuse or ignore abuse and violence took another step forward with a successful stall at the Makers Market on Saturday (26th September).
A 28-year-old man and a 30-year-old man have been charged in connection with drug offences.
There has been a dramatic increase in calls to a national child sexual abuse prevention helpline since lockdown measures first eased, a charity has reported today.
A new survey from Acas has found that over a third of employers (37%) are likely to make staff redundancies in the next three months.
Morrisons is creating over 1,000 permanent jobs to fulfil orders for its services on Amazon.co.uk and Amazon Prime Now.
The NHS Covid-19 contact-tracing app launched on 24 September.
Wilmslow police have released a CCTV image of a man they would like to speak to in relation to a number of deliberate fires.
The families of a man and a woman who died following a fatal collision near Congleton have paid tribute to them.
RSPCA braces for influx of sick and abandoned horses following the pandemic that will cripple resources, despite new microchipping law coming into force.
Following the cancellation of this year’s London Marathon, Local MP Edward Timpson has decided to bring the challenge to Eddisbury by walking 26.2 miles along Cheshire’s Sandstone Trail.
A mobile phone app to pay for parking at council car parks in Cheshire East goes live from this Thursday.
The team at the charity managing the 1903 built steam ship are planning to break all records next year when the vessel returns to full steam on the River Weaver.
Cheshire West and Chester Council’s £2.990 million A556 Improvement Scheme at the Gadbrook Business Park junction will begin on 5th October.
Detectives have released CCTV images of three people they would like to speak to in relation to a serious assault at a bar in Northwich.
Active Cheshire is a social enterprise which tackles physical inactivity across Cheshire and Warrington. The lunch programme is designed to encourage play and movement for low income families who use foodbanks. Many of these families are facing hardship due to loss of employment through Covid-19.
David Rutley, Macclesfield MP, recently thanked teachers and support staff at Prestbury Primary School, and those in other schools in and around Macclesfield, for their hard work that has made it possible for pupils to safely return to schools for the Autumn Term.
A lovely mum, from Scholar Green, has lost all of her savings as a result of being a victim of a terrible scam.
Two Stockport taxi drivers who were touting for business in Cheshire East have been caught in a joint operation involving Cheshire East Council’s enforcement team and Cheshire Police.
Macclesfield MP, David Rutley, recently visited Scoop and Scales, at its latest Pop Up Refill Shop in Macclesfield’s Old Sunday School, Heritage Centre to give his support to the work of this active, environmental initiative.
An investigation has been launched after two people died in a collision in Marton, near Congleton.
Labour has today accused the Chancellor Rishi Sunak of consigning whole sectors of the economy, which generate billions in tax revenue and employ millions of workers, to the scrap heap.
A man has been charged with murder following the death of Peter Kirham, from Macclesfield.
The family of 34-year-old man who died in a collision on the southbound carriageway of the A34 Handforth Dean bypass, have paid tribute to him.
Firefighters are asking everyone to not put glass and reflective items on window sills after sunlight reflecting off mirrors caused fires in two homes in six days.
On Thursday Sandbach RUFC received the disappointing news that, following on from the recent tightening of Government restrictions, in a bid to control the spread of Covid-19, the Rugby Football Union (RFU) announced that with the exception of the Premiership, Championship and the women’s top tier of rugby, no organised RFU or non-RFU Leagues including merit tables, adult or age grade competitions, will be played before January 2021, at the earliest.
Cheshire East Council is calling on people to ‘show the air you care’ – and do their bit to mark Clean Air Day.
Criminals linked to county lines have been targeted during a week of action in Cheshire.
An innovative charity executive has celebrated 45 years of service to the deaf community in Cheshire West and East and more recently in Flintshire and Wrexham too.
Nominate a neighbour that goes above and beyond for your community for the Neighbour of the Year Award 2020.
The Cheshire Neighbourhood Watch Association (CNWA) is looking for nominations for their second Neighbourhood Awards and nominations close at midnight on 30th September 2020.
Five-hundred Greater Manchester and East Cheshire volunteers will, from today, be invited to join a leading phase three COVID-19 vaccine study taking place in the region. Also, 1,950 people in East Cheshire have signed up so far to the vaccine registry.
Edward Timpson MP is inviting everyone in Eddisbury to get involved in UK Parliament Week and join a UK-wide conversation about our democracy, people power, and making change happen.
A bus service has been saved and improved – thanks to Cheshire East Council.
United Utilities has earned praise from a UK water consumer champion after a dramatic fall in complaints.
Cheshire Police has today launched its new approach to community policing, which will see dedicated police officers assigned to each of the county’s 122 policing areas to tackle crime and support communities.
The people of Cheshire are being urged to keep playing their part as further restrictions are introduced in the fight against coronavirus.
Local MP Edward Timpson has urged all those people in Eddisbury who are eligible for the flu jab to get one this winter, as the Government launches its drive to vaccinate 30 million people.
Local counsellor and teacher Kate Blakemore is looking to forge new opportunities for women and girls by bringing together a diverse range of speakers for a very special one-day event to mark the International Day of the Girl on 9th October.
HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) is reminding customers that time is running out to register for Self Assessment.
The RSPCA is investigating after a pony ‘riddled with maggots’ was found abandoned in a straw field in Cheshire.
Two Cheshire Police officers who risked their safety to stop a suicidal teenager from killing himself on live railway tracks have been nominated for The National Police Bravery Awards.
It’s taken nearly 20 months, but Congleton Town Council was delighted to receive the news that the White Ribbon UK has granted the Council official White Ribbon accredited status in recognition of its work to end male violence against women.
Flu vaccination clinics across the North West are underway this September and the NHS and Public Health England are encouraging anyone who is eligible for a free flu vaccination to book an appointment with their GP or pharmacist, as soon as they receive an invitation.
Treacle Market will be back on Macclesfield’s streets on 27th September.
Colourful pictures and large sunflowers have been created by those vulnerable and shielding in Cheshire.
A spokesperson for Cheshire East Council said: “The council is in close contact with the official receiver of the club and understands that it will be formally marketed shortly.
DKMS is urging people in Cheshire this Blood Cancer Awareness Month (1-30 September 2020) to register as blood stem cell donors.
A Quality Control Manager from Heald Green in Cheadle has scooped glory in the Cuprinol Shed Of The Year 2020 contest - with an Irish bar dedicated to his dad.
Macclesfield MP, David Rutley, and Tatton MP, Esther McVey, recently met with Cheshire Wildlife Trust to learn more about peatland restoration.
Local MP, David Rutley, recently met with Macclesfield College Principal and Chief Executive, Ms Rachel Kay, during a well-attended Open Morning.
Keane has announced dates as part of Forest Live, the summer concert series presented by Forestry England, including a gig at Delamere Forest in June 2021.
Winnington Swing Bridge near Northwich will be closed to all vehicles, from 10pm on Friday 25 September to 5am on Monday 28 September, to enable a new deck and beam to be installed.
Ministers today ended rail franchising after 24 years, as the first step in bringing Britain's fragmented network back together.
There are less than two weeks until the CNWA Neighbourhood Awards application process closes, so get your nominations in now!
Here are the final results for the Cheshire Women's Cricket League from September 13th and 20th.
Motorists using a mobile phone to pay for parking, at council car parks in Cheshire East, will see a reduction in their charges, thanks to a contract negotiated by the council’s parking services team.
A 48-year-old man from Liverpool has been charged following a burglary at shop on Congleton Retail Park.
New figures show that nearly a million workers returned to their jobs part-time in the first month flexible furlough was introduced – including 99,700 in the North West.
New statistics showing the huge Government support for self-employed workers in Eddisbury have been welcomed by local MP Edward Timpson.
Older people in Cheshire lost over £75,000 last year, according to new cybercrime data acquired by the charity Age UK.
Leighton Hospital is set to receive an additional £9 million in order to support A&E capacity, ahead of the winter months and Countess of Chester Hospital will be receiving £7 million.
Passengers are being thanked for their patience, as engineers continue to fix a major fault with railway signalling affecting trains between Manchester and Birmingham.
The Leaders of Cheshire West and Chester Council and Cheshire East Council are today sending a joint message to everyone across the county – if we act now, we have time to avoid a new peak in infections and a local lockdown.
The morning rush hour, a phenomenon last seen nearly six months ago, has returned with traffic levels back to levels seen in January, analysis of hundreds of thousands of trips taken by RAC Insurance customers has revealed.
Hundreds of organisations are stepping up to help Britain build back better by supporting smaller employers to give youth a chance and take advantage of the Government’s landmark Kickstart Scheme.
Residents across Cheshire are being urged to ensure they play by the rules this weekend after the Government introduced new legislation to try to limit the spread of Covid-19.
Tarporley residents can find out about the lifesaving work of their local firefighters this weekend – without leaving the comfort of their own homes.
Leading Cheshire Charity Active Cheshire has formally announced the departure of their long-serving CEO, Anne Boyd.
Twelve members of staff from Kids Planet Head Office embarked on a 50 KM bike ride from Chester Zoo to their office in Lymm cheered on their way by Chester Zoo’s very own CEO, Dr Mark Pilgrim and the Lord Mayor of Chester, Councillor Mark Williams.
Mike Amesbury has written to Matt Hancock over Covid testing problems in Weaver Vale, as more local lockdown measures were expected to be announced across the region.
As the nights draw in, and colder weather approaches, you can enjoy the warmth of a very special onesie as well as the glow of helping children around the UK.
Police are appealing for witnesses to come forward after a 34-year-old motorcyclist died following a collision in Handforth.
Cheshire’s Police and Crime Commissioner David Keane is encouraging local residents to give their views on how safe the county’s roads are.
Cheshire East Council is taking the next steps towards finalising the second part of its Local Plan Strategy.
Police are appealing for witnesses to come forward after a 34-year-old motorcyclist died following a collision in Handforth.
Macclesfield Town have been wound up in the High Court after a judge was told that the club owed more than £500,000.
A county lines dealer from Liverpool and a drug dealer from Macclesfield have been jailed for more than 11 years.
Macclesfield Town are thrilled to announce that Silkmen legend Danny Whitaker has come out of retirement, in order to sign a one-year playing contract with The Silkmen.
The Silkmen kicked off preparations for the 2020/21 campaign with victory over Witton Albion on a stormy evening at Wincham Park.
Macclesfield Town are delighted to welcome attacking midfielder Ben Stephens back to the Moss Rose, after the 23-year-old put paper on a one-year deal.
After almost six months closure, due to the Covid-19 pandemic, Nantwich Museum and Macclesfield’s Silk Museum will reopen to the public this week.
Residents and businesses across Cheshire are being urged to only get a Covid-19 test if they have symptoms of the virus.
Two people involved in the supply of Class A drugs in Macclesfield and into a women’s prison in Styal have been jailed.
A Northwich property, which was plagued with anti-social behaviour and drug activity, has been closed down thanks to the work of local officers.
A home help for a local charity has recently reached an impressive milestone of 25 years providing support to older people in their homes across Macclesfield.
A 20-year-old man from Stoke has been arrested in connection with the incident, he is currently being held in police custody.
Officers are appealing for witnesses and footage following a hit-and-run collision in Crewe.
Macclesfield Town are delighted to confirm the signing of versatile 27-year-old Lewis Wilson, who has agreed a season-long deal at the Moss Rose.
Macclesfield Town make the trip over to Wincham Park next Tuesday evening, as they take on Witton Albion in a friendly encounter.
Detectives from Northwich have charged three men in connection with a series of high value thefts across the country.
Cheshire Est Council are reminding residents how important it is to continue to follow social distancing guidance and observe other measures to stop a rise in Covid-19 infections across the region.
As the planned opening of the borough’s largest major infrastructure project to date moves closer, council leaders have been given a further glimpse of how it is taking shape.
Community midwives from Warrington and Halton Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (WHH) are now offering antenatal clinics at Safety Central in Lymm, as part of an exciting new partnership with Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service (CFRS).
Ecolab Inc., the global leader in water, food safety and infection prevention solutions and services, is delighted to announce a new partnership with Cheshire Community Foundation, which raises funds to support hundreds of charities and voluntary groups across Cheshire.
Cheshire East Council is to have a new deputy cabinet member for adult social care and health, owing to the additional pressures created by the Covid-19 pandemic.
Local NHS Trust, Cheshire and Wirral Partnership NHS Foundation Trust (CWP) are encouraging people to look after themselves and others this World Suicide Prevention Day.
A 56-year-old man has been charged following three burglary incidents in and around the Bollington area.
Edward Timpson CBE, MP for Eddisbury, has today shown support for British food and farming on Back British Farming Day, recognising the crucial role farmers play in producing food for the nation and caring for the countryside.
Cheshire East Council is working with schools to put additional measures in place to make school drop-off and home times safer for pupils, parents and teachers.
Cheshire East Council has joined forces with Macclesfield Town Council and local stakeholders to help spearhead the town’s recovery from the impact of Covid-19.
An Occupational Therapist in Cheshire has featured as part of a series that celebrates the diversity of women in health and social care research.
Macclesfield Town are delighted to announce that Academy left-back Rocco Fregapane has agreed a First Team contract with the Club.
Macclesfield Town are delighted to announce the signing of 22-year-old winger Chay Tilt, who has joined the Club on a one-year deal.
Macclesfield Town are delighted to announce the signing of tenacious 25-year-old central midfielder Liam Nolan on a one-year deal.
Macclesfield Town are delighted to announce the signing of 27-year-old Portuguese winger Wilson Carvalho, who becomes the Club's first summer signing after agreeing a deal for the 2020/21 campaign.
In England 13 people kill themselves every day, that’s one person every 90 minutes – the length of a football match.
Macclesfield MP, David Rutley, has welcomed the new Kickstart scheme and has urged employers in and around Macclesfield to find out more, sign up to the scheme and help more young people into work to mark the launch of the initiative.
Orthopaedic surgeon, Mr Keith Barnes, reached a milestone for the trust last week by successfully completing the hospital’s first ever total hip replacement day case.