• The future looks bright for Buxton Opera House

    Buxton Opera House have been awarded a grant to conduct a study of how the Opera House can be protected and enhanced for future generations....

  • Don’t lose your Vote!

    The deadline to apply for a postal vote is 5pm today – Monday 15 April. Completed forms must be received by the Cheshire East Council...

  • Successful Tug of War opener for Bosley

    Norton from Staffordshire won two weight categories at 640kg and 680kg Bosley Tug of War Club hosted a successful tug of war competition at Glebe...

  • Dragons’ Den Rotary style in Macclesfield

    The Rotary Club of Macclesfield Castle invited 3 ‘Dragons’ to hear presentations from each of five local charities which had been finally selected from 18...

  • Hurdsfield soccer club seek young players

    Hurdsfield Phoenix Football Club are seeking new players for their Under 7’s, Under 8’s and Under 11’s teams.

  • YumYum sweets sold illegal cigarettes

    A shopkeeper who dealt in illegal tobacco and cigarettes hidden behind a false cupboard wall has been successfully prosecuted following a raid by Cheshire East...

  • tyrZ for Tyres sponsor South Park tennis club

    Bollington-based tyrZ for Tyres is celebrating a new partnership as it sponsors South Park Community Tennis Club. The family-run business has pledged to support the...

  • Lorna’s epic ride starts on Saturday

    This Saturday (13 April) sees intrepid Lorna Fisher pedal off on her epic 1658-mile cycle ride – taking in all 15 UK national parks in...

  • Target bad driving – not just phone use!

    Cheshire Constabulary is taking part in a national week of action against drivers who use their mobile phone behind the wheel. The week of action...

  • Future of Virgin Trains in doubt

    Virgin Trains, which operates Macclesfield’s main Manchester to London links, could disappear from UK rail schedules owing to the operator’s bid partner, Stagecoach, being barred...

  • Charity walkers light up the night

    East Cheshire Hospice’s Light Up The Night Walk was a big success seeing hundreds of participants set off as the sun set, to celebrate the...

  • Onwards and upwards for Manchester Airport

    Manchester Airport has seen another month of growth after passenger numbers increased by 3.8% ( 2.1m passengers) in March driven largely by European traffic as...

  • Boost for road repairs

    Cheshire East Council has received the maximum capital funding allocation from central government for highway repairs and flood resilience across the borough. An allocation of...

  • College’s manifesto success

    Macclesfield College has surpassed its ‘Macclesfield Manifesto’ target and created 100 new apprenticeships in and around Macclesfield within the first 100 days of 2019. In...

  • Egg-chanted Easter at Tatton

  • Appeal to help trace Wilmslow man

    Police are asking the public to help them trace a 35-year-old man – wanted for failing to appear at court. Gareth Morris Fitzgerald has recently...

  • Follow the money!

    Along with many others we were called “naysayers” by certain quarters of the Macclesfield and Cheshire East establishment when we challenged the wisdom of Macclesfield’s...

  • What’s On at Cinemac

    Recorded Information: 01625 423535Enquiries: 07534 920495 Tickets • can be purchased on the door, subject to demand • can be booked in advance at cinemac.org.uk...

  • Cheshire’s C.O.O. resigns

    The chief operating officer of Cheshire East Council, Peter Bates, has resigned. His is the latest resignation at the local authority linked to an investigation...

  • Macclesfield players refusing to train

    Macclesfield Town’s bid to remain in League Two being hindered by a series of difficulties on and off the pitch. The Silkmen find themselves bottom...