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No increase in Wilmslow precept

No increase in Wilmslow precept

Wilmslow Town Council has agreed to not increase the precept for the next financial year. At their meeting on Monday, 18th December, the Council agreed…
Council approves new constitution against the wishes of some members

Council approves new constitution against the wishes of some members

Cheshire East Council has approved a new constitution – the legal framework of the authority which sets out the rules and procedures it must follow.…
Check your Christmas and New Year bin collections

Check your Christmas and New Year bin collections

Cheshire East Council and its environmental services company Ansa are reminding residents to check the dates for their Christmas and New Year waste collections.…
Police & Crime Commissioner says majority support 5% increase in police precept

Police & Crime Commissioner says majority support 5% increase in police precept

Cheshire Police & Crime Commissioner says members of the public have given a clear indication of their opinion on the policing precept. David Keane…
Family run cafe closes

Family run cafe closes

A family run cafe has closed its door after trading in the town centre for four and a half years. Cook & Baker opened at 12 Alderley Road in July…
Reader's Photos: Winter scenes from Lindow Common

Reader's Photos: Winter scenes from Lindow Common

Rupert Cornford kindly sent us these photos taken in and around Lindow Common this weekend. If you would like your photos of Wilmslow and the surrounding…
Staff at Brookview care home kick off a month of festivities

Staff at Brookview care home kick off a month of festivities

Promotional Feature Residents at Brookview Care Home have officially kicked off their month of Christmas festivities with a creative start - participating…
Lest We Forget: December 1917 The Cheshire enter Jerusalem

Lest We Forget: December 1917 The Cheshire enter Jerusalem

At long last there was some good news for Lloyd George in the terrible year of 1917. General Edmund Allenby entered Jerusalem, not in triumph, but respectfully…
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Teens targeted in series of town centre robberies

Teens targeted in series of town centre robberies

Local residents are becoming increasing concerned about robberies within the Wilmslow area, particularly involving teenagers. Within recent months Wilmslow…
Last December saw 220 collisions on Cheshire's roads

Last December saw 220 collisions on Cheshire's roads

The festive season 2016 saw 220 collisions on Cheshire's roads during the period of 1st December to 1st January. Two of these collisions sadly resulted…
Government to help fund garden village in Handforth

Government to help fund garden village in Handforth

Cheshire East Council has been awarded £188,000 by the government to help develop the garden village which could see the development of some 1,650…
Controversial Stanneylands development back on the agenda

Controversial Stanneylands development back on the agenda

Having been deferred due to insufficient information being provided, the controversial planning application for a new residential development on land…
Schoolchildren's festive art on display at Handforth Station

Schoolchildren's festive art on display at Handforth Station

Following the much praised Christmas "stained glass" windows display by St Benedict's Catholic Primary School last Christmas, the Friends of Handforth…
More bus cuts on the way

More bus cuts on the way

Arriva have confirmed that the 130 bus service will be reduced from a half hourly to an hourly service between Macclesfield, Alderley Edge, Wilmslow,…
Residents asked if they'd support 5% increase in police precept

Residents asked if they'd support 5% increase in police precept

Cheshire residents are being asked if they would be happy to accept an increase in the police precept (which is one component of homeowners' annual council…
Cheshire Constabulary is ‘good’ at treating people with fairness and respect

Cheshire Constabulary is ‘good’ at treating people with fairness and respect

Cheshire Constabulary has been judged 'good' at treating all the people it serves with fairness and respect and 'good' at how it ensure its workforce…
Cheshire East looks to increase income from Council Tax by 7%

Cheshire East looks to increase income from Council Tax by 7%

Having attended a budget briefing on Monday 11th December, Councillor Craig Browne reported on the latest news regarding Council Tax. He said "One of…