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Help clean up Wilmslow for In Bloom judging

Help clean up Wilmslow for In Bloom judging

Volunteers from Wilmslow Clean Team collected 16 bags of rubbish during their two monthly litter picks last week. A group of seven met at Bank Square…
Stroke survivor takes on 100 mile cycle challenge

Stroke survivor takes on 100 mile cycle challenge

Nick Tomlinson, a 47 year old father-of-three from Wilmslow, will take on the Prudential RideLondon 100-mile challenge on Sunday 29th July, to mark how…
Reader's Photo: Autumn has come early

Reader's Photo: Autumn has come early

Pete Taylor kindly sent us these photos he took of Fulshaw Cross and Knutsford Road. He said "It's blooming marvellous at Fulshaw Cross but it's already…
Consultation on 30 year grave plan

Consultation on 30 year grave plan

Cheshire East Council has approved a strategy for consultation which shows there will be room for burials for the next 30 years. The council is keen to…
Latest figures reveal 32.9% rise in recorded crime in Cheshire

Latest figures reveal 32.9% rise in recorded crime in Cheshire

The latest crime figures published by the Office of National Statistics which compares crime recorded between April 2016 and March 2017 with April 2017…
Bloomin Wilmslow prepares to impress judges

Bloomin Wilmslow prepares to impress judges

North West Britain In Bloom judges will be visiting Wilmslow on Tuesday, 24th July to assess the town's entry into this year competition. Judge Mel Kirby…
Council successfully defends employment tribunal against former HR officer

Council successfully defends employment tribunal against former HR officer

A former senior HR Officer who claimed she has been unfairly dismissed after raising concerns that some care staff who worked 'sleep-in shifts' had not…
Plans to replace Chapel Lane shop with flats approved

Plans to replace Chapel Lane shop with flats approved

Plans to convert a retail shop, workshop and accommodation into apartments on the corner of Chapel Lane and Nursery Lane have been approved. The proposal…
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21-year-old airlifted to hospital following industrial accident

21-year-old airlifted to hospital following industrial accident

A 21-year-old man was airlifted to hospital this afternoon having sustained injuries to his hand. Emergency services were called to reports of an industrial…
European Scanning Centre - The north west's premier open MRI scanning facility

European Scanning Centre - The north west's premier open MRI scanning facility

Promotional Feature An upright and open MRI scanner, based in Manchester, has welcomed its 2000th patient. The scanner, located at the European Scanning…
Public consultation open on draft 15-year plan for Wilmslow

Public consultation open on draft 15-year plan for Wilmslow

Residents will be given the opportunity to have their say on the draft version of the Wilmslow Neighbourhood Plan which will be used to inform planning…
Council launches consultation on delivery of highways services

Council launches consultation on delivery of highways services

Cheshire East Council has launched a public consultation on proposed changes to its highways safety inspections and winter service activities. The council…
Homeless and armed forces personnel to get priority in new housing policy

Homeless and armed forces personnel to get priority in new housing policy

Homeless people and armed forces personnel are to have a greater chance of being rehoused under Cheshire East Council's new housing allocations policy,…
Chief constable's gross misconduct hearing adjourned again

Chief constable's gross misconduct hearing adjourned again

The gross misconduct hearing of the Chief Constable of Cheshire Constabulary has been adjourned until September. Simon Byrne was suspended in August 2017…
Handforth voters back Neighbourhood Plan

Handforth voters back Neighbourhood Plan

Handforth residents went to the polls for a referendum on Thursday, 12th July, to confirm whether or not they wanted the Handforth Neighbourhood Plan…
Borough’s schools urged to engage with healthy travel plans

Borough’s schools urged to engage with healthy travel plans

Cheshire East Council is introducing a campaign to promote healthier ways of travelling to school. The council wants to encourage more children to walk…
Schoolgirl’s letter inspires litter competition

Schoolgirl’s letter inspires litter competition

A Wilmslow schoolgirl's passion for the environment has resulted in a competition for her school – with the winning poster set to be displayed at…