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Reader's Letter: Investigations into Alderley Road flooding cause absolute chaos

Reader's Letter: Investigations into Alderley Road flooding cause absolute chaos

Well the thrirteenth inundation since last July is currently ongoing. Allegedly investigations are being carried out by CEC Highways into why we have…
Reader's Letter: A Christmas Day to remember

Reader's Letter: A Christmas Day to remember

Christmas Day arrived, but so did my continuing flu bug. I had been given an invitation to attend a Christmas Day lunch for older people, who would be…
Reader's Letter: Decency in politics

Reader's Letter: Decency in politics

I was verbally abused outside a polling station today. I wondered if the following would be suitable as a Reader's Letter. Today, like millions of others,…
Reader's Letter: Wilmslow in bloom no more

Reader's Letter: Wilmslow in bloom no more

The local council has for several years spent our money on supporting Wilmslow in Bloom and though much more tree landscaping potential has been ignored,…
Reader's Letter: A34 roundabouts

Reader's Letter: A34 roundabouts

All the users of the A34 between Wilmslow, Dean Row and Handforth Dean must have noticed the superbly tended roundabout leading off to Wilmslow –…
Reader's Letter: Lidl attempts to rewrite planning conditions

Reader's Letter: Lidl attempts to rewrite planning conditions

Lidl Ltd store at Summerfield Dean Row; planning apps 17/3208M and the later revamped application 19/3096D. There is considerable local & public concern…
Reader's Letter: Street lighting debacle

Reader's Letter: Street lighting debacle

We have recently had our street lighting updated. Gone are the sodium lights, and in their place, the softer white light. But, the Electricity Board have…
Reader’s Letter: Let’s plant some trees!

Reader’s Letter: Let’s plant some trees!

There has been much written and spoken recently about the need to plant trees to avoid a climate disaster; Michael Gove has re-stated the aim to plant…
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Reader's Letter: Road maintenance neglect

Reader's Letter: Road maintenance neglect

There has been little effort to address the accumulating problems that have resulted in lack of Council maintenance. We seem more focused on the cosmetics…
Reader's Letter: A short back & sides!

Reader's Letter: A short back & sides!

May I congratulate this thoughtful and kind household in Hawthorn Lane. The reason is, they have trimmed back their hedges level with their boundary wall.…
Reader's Letter: Parking wardens - a benefit or unintentional curse?

Reader's Letter: Parking wardens - a benefit or unintentional curse?

I am interested to know the views of Wilmslow residents on the council's use of traffic wardens in the town centre - particularly at weekends. Retail…
Reader's Letter: Funds for community groups via the New Homes Bonus now available

Reader's Letter: Funds for community groups via the New Homes Bonus now available

Some two years ago, recognising that Cheshire East Council was not meeting Government guidance to make NHB funds it received - £35 million between…
Reader's Letter: Storm hits Wilmslow

Reader's Letter: Storm hits Wilmslow

The season of 'the Fall' took on a new meaning for residents of Wilmslow Park on Saturday night. A large sycamore fell across the road half way up the…
Reader's Letter: Will a cyclist have to die, or be seriously injured before action is taken?

Reader's Letter: Will a cyclist have to die, or be seriously injured before action is taken?

Back on the 3rd of August I sent in a Reader's Letter and a photo, showing dangerous parking opposite the Coach and Four and asked if a cyclist had to…
Reader's Letter: Spot the difference ... now you see them now you don’t

Reader's Letter: Spot the difference ... now you see them now you don’t

Who is responsible for checking the road resurfacing on our roads? Morley Green Road has been resurfaced and so have some of the grids. Whilst the tarmac…
Reader's Letter: Letting the town down?

Reader's Letter: Letting the town down?

This is the unsightly empty retail unit next to Tesco Express - it has been left like this for months! It is a disgrace to the town. Surely it can be…
Reader's Letter:Jodrell Bank Festival - unacceptable noise levels

Reader's Letter:Jodrell Bank Festival - unacceptable noise levels

It would be good to hear the views of local residents following most of the neighbourhood being kept awake most of the weekend and the peace being broken…