• “We love Geronimo! Can we go again next year?”

    Geronimo – A mini Glastonbury for the kids and the ‘must do’ family festival! On Saturday 26thMay, for the second year running, we packed up...

  • Last chance to see Hill

    photography, poetry, film, sculpture, song Exhibition at Buxton Museum and Art Gallery: 3rd March – 6th June 2018 Hill is the story of one Derbyshire Hill,...

  • Prestbury Farm Shop forced to close

    Coronation Street star Charlie Lawson and his partner Debbie Stanley have been forced to liquidate their Prestbury shop after running up debts of of £37,000....

  • Cheshire Classic Car & Motorcycle Show

    The Cheshire Classic Car & Motorcycle Show takes place at Capesthorne Hall this bank holiday weekend. Brought to you by leading classic vehicle events organiser...

  • TSB computer failure leads to phishing increase

    There has been a sharp rise in fraudsters sending out fake text messages (smishing) and phishing emails claiming to be from TSB. The increase in...

  • National Award for Peak planners

    The Peak District National Park Authority has won a national award for excellence in planning from the Royal Town Planning Institute (RTPI). The RTPI’s awards...

  • Tribute to Congleton motorcyclist

    Family members have paid tribute to a man who died in a road traffic collision. The incident happened on Reades Lane, Congleton just before 7...

  • It’s Treacle weekend!

    The last Sunday in the month can mean just one thing in Macclesfield – it’s Treacle Time!  

  • Tatton – a great family day out

    This May half term Tatton Park is hosting a range of exciting activities for families that are all a little bit different! From free family...

  • Macclesfield becomes Lucid

    Lucid Group, a global family of healthcare communications agencies, are spreading their magic to the region with three new hires, bolstering their client services and delivery...

  • Hill walkers light the way

    Above image: The Great Ridge between Castleton and Edale, lit by 600 head torches to raise funds for path repairs. ⓒ  Tim McNally. Hill walkers...

  • Praise for Cheshire firefighters

    Mum-to-be hails firefighters for saving baby equipment in Poynton bungalow fire A mum-to-be has hailed firefighters for saving all the equipment she has bought for...

  • Cheshire Constabulary supports cancer charity

    Image above: From left, The Joshua Tree’s Business Development Director Pete Smith, Operations Manager Jo Garner and Community Events Co-Ordinator Fran Wilson with Cheshire Constabulary’s...

  • Leslie Smetham elected Mayor for Cheshire East

    Councillor Lesley Smetham has become the new mayor of the borough. Elected to the shadow authority in 2008, Councillor Smetham, from Gawsworth, has been deputy...

  • Auditions for Dick Whittington

    Talented young dancers are invited to sign up to take part in juvenile chorus auditions for Dick Whittington at Buxton Opera House on Saturday 9th...

  • Audiologist Rory is on a mission

    An audiologist from Macclesfield is flying out to Armenia on a hearing mission. Rory Kewney, from Transform Hearing, on Eastgate, has been chosen to take...

  • Witness appeal over stolen Porsche

    Detectives are urging witnesses to come forward following a burglary at a car dealership in Sandbach. At around 2.35am on Monday 21 May the dealership...

  • Barnaby 2018: now live!

    There’s going to be loads to enjoy over Barnaby week. Click here to browse the full programme. And – less fun, but just as important...

  • May half term at Dunham Massey

    Dunham Massey, Altrincham, Saturday 26 May- Sunday 3 June, 12noon – 4pm Make the most of May half term with lots to keep little explorers...

  • Appeal for witnesses following fatal collision in Handforth

    Cheshire Police are appealing for witnesses following a fatal collision which took place at  approximately 7.45 am this morning (Tuesday 22 May) when officers were called to reports...