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Popular 19th century operas performed at lunchtime concert

Popular 19th century operas performed at lunchtime concert

Wilmslow United Reformed Church is hosting a special lunchtime concert performed by twenty students from the internationally renowned Chetham's School…
Council tax set to rise 4.99% in bid to save £100m

Council tax set to rise 4.99% in bid to save £100m

Cheshire East Council, along with other local authorities, is facing difficult financial challenges over the next three years, having to offset the loss…
Have your say on final amendments to Local Plan

Have your say on final amendments to Local Plan

Cheshire East Council's Local Plan takes another step towards adoption as consultation begins on the final amendments to the blueprint for the borough's…
Osborne takes on second paid role in America

Osborne takes on second paid role in America

The Rt. Hon. George Osborne has taken on his second paid job in America, in addition to his role as MP for Tatton. The former Chancellor of the Exchequer…
Barlow's Beef: What will be the diet fad of 2017?

Barlow's Beef: What will be the diet fad of 2017?

I bumped into the 20 year-old daughter of an ex neighbour today. We stopped and chatted about families and who was doing what. She's always been a pretty…
From Rags to Bitches: : Uncle Bill and Dago

From Rags to Bitches: : Uncle Bill and Dago

Each week we are serialising Vic Barlow's new book From Rags to Bitches on wilmslow.co.uk . Here is the third chapter. If you missed previous chapters…
Passengers assured parking is now even safer at Wilmslow Station

Passengers assured parking is now even safer at Wilmslow Station

The car park at Wilmslow Station has been recognised as one of the safest places to leave your car due to the low level of crime and measures that are…
Hockey: James' screamer drives Wilmslow’s title charge

Hockey: James' screamer drives Wilmslow’s title charge

Wilmslow Hockey Club men's 1st team welcomed Lytham to Oakwood Farm in the latest instalment of their thrilling promotion push. As expected, Lytham began…
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20mph zone introduced around primary school

20mph zone introduced around primary school

A 20mph zone is now in place around Lindow Primary School to improve safety for local children. The new reduced limit will be enforceable on a section…
Competition launched to celebrate restoration of church organ

Competition launched to celebrate restoration of church organ

St Bartholomew's Church has announced a special Organ Composition Contest for composers of all ages and nationalities to celebrate the renewal and augmentation…
Signs indicate free parking initiative failed

Signs indicate free parking initiative failed

A new initiative designed to encourage more people into Wilmslow and boost trade seems to have failed to grab people's attention. Towards the end of last…
Three BMWs stolen overnight

Three BMWs stolen overnight

Two burglaries have taken place within the Wilmslow area overnight. Properties on Westbourne Drive and Gladewood Close were broken into between 10.45pm…
Community orchard to blossom as volunteers prune trees

Community orchard to blossom as volunteers prune trees

Transition Wilmslow held an apple tree pruning class at their community orchard in Meriton Road Park in Handforth on Saturday 21st January. The class,…
Alderley Edge 10K not one to bypass

Alderley Edge 10K not one to bypass

Promotional Feature After feedback from last year's field who said they enjoyed the race so much they wanted more of it, Run North West, organisers of…
10% of Council staff surveyed said bullying is an issue

10% of Council staff surveyed said bullying is an issue

A staff survey conducted by Cheshire East Council has revealed that 10% of respondents felt bullying was an issue within the organisation. The survey…
Oh yes, it is panto time again at St Anne's

Oh yes, it is panto time again at St Anne's

It's Panto time again at St Anne's, Fulshaw, with a cast of all ages busy preparing to present their very own version of "Dick Whittington" on Sunday,…
Residents protest against plans to build homes on green belt

Residents protest against plans to build homes on green belt

Campaigners were out in force on Saturday, 21st January, to protest against plans to build 250 new homes on green belt land to the west of Handforth.…