All posts by Editor

  • Campbell and Hreiðarsson leave the Moss

    Macclesfield Town Manager, Sol Campbell, has left the Silkmen along with assistant coach Hermann Hreiðarsson. The Macclesfield Town FC website made the following accouncement earlier...

  • Macc Town ex-players defend winding-up petition

    Six former players have defended their decision to lead a winding-up petition against Macclesfield Town, following criticism in a club statement. Macclesfield accused the players...

  • Drop-in session on flooding

    Poynton residents are being invited to attend a multi-agency drop-in session regarding the recent flash floods. Taking place at Poynton Civic Hall from 1-7pm on...

  • Park and Pram Fit

    Back in June, Macclesfield Town Council launched Park Fit – a free, weekly half hour morning fitness session in South Park led by a qualified...

  • Man jailed following cyber-attacks

    A man who launched cyber-attacks on official police websites has been jailed. Liam Reece Watts appeared at Chester Crown Court on Monday 12 August where...

  • When in Devon – look up Overbeck’s!

    A long way from Cheshire we know, but next time you find yourself in South Devon – Salcombe in particular – don’t miss a visit...

  • Trouble ont’ Moss!

    Our on the spot Silkmen fan reported a dramatic incident during the Macclesfield vs Leyton Orient match at The Moss, when a protester launched an...

  • D.I.B. Community Car service

    Disability Information Bureau (DIB) is looking for more volunteer drivers to support its new Community Cars initiatives. Community Cars enables residents in the Macclesfield area...

  • M62 closed this weekend

    One of the biggest ever motorway emergency exercises will take place on the M62 this weekend. Greater Manchester and Cheshire’s emergency services will work with...

  • Going for Gold – moves to Dunham Massey

    Owing to extensive flooding at Lyme at the end of July, the Sensory theatre performance ‘Told in Gold’ will now be held at Dunham Massey...

  • Smoke alarms save lives

    Smoke alarms save lives is the message from Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service as they urge members of the public to purchase a smoke alarm....

  • Lyme set to reopen after flooding

    Above: National Trust Staff inspect damaged pipes and drains in the garden. National Trust Images ⓒ Mark Waugh Lyme is planning to reopen to the...

  • Will wishes come true at Tatton’s Tanabata Festival?

    The ancient Japanese festival of Tanabata tells a charming legend about the lovers Orihime and Hikoboshi, represented by the stars Vega and Altair, who live...

  • Guns handed in during firearm surrender

    Owners of illegal firearms in Cheshire handed in a total of 59 weapons during a two-week surrender.  Overall 20 shotguns, 21 air rifles and air...

  • Mayor’s Autumn Charity Quiz

    Entry Form Team name:………………………………………………………………………………………………… (if you wish to be partnered with others to make a team of four, please let us know) Number of people...

  • Health Matters lecture series

    The next talk in the Health Matters series is “How Serious is Intensive Care ” and will be presented by Dr David Banks, Consultant in Anaesthetics and Intensive...

  • What’s On at Cinemac

    Cinemac, Old Sunday School, Roe Street, Macclesfield SK11 6UT Recorded Information: 01625 423535Enquiries: 07534 920495 Tickets• can be purchased on the door, subject to demand•...

  • Pochin goes into administration

    Above: The Hilton Garden Inn is currently under construction as part of Hanley’s Smithfield development Grant Thornton have been appointed joint administrators to eight businesses...

  • Buxton Mountain Rescue fundraiser

    Buxton Mountain Rescue Team’s annual fundraiser in Macclesfield town centre was another clear success – with an impressive £404.67 raised – thanks to the generosity...

  • Man sentenced for dealing in park

    A county lines criminal who assaulted a member of the public after they photographed him dealing drugs in Congleton Park has been sentenced to three...