All posts by Editor

  • Standardised parking charges?

    Cheshire East Council’s highways and transport committee is to seek people’s views on proposals to change parking charges. The main proposals before the committee are...

  • Peak Park litter picking kits

    Caring visitors can help to look after the Peak District National Park by looking out for litter as they enjoy the stunning landscapes. Litter picking...

  • The Wilbury’s – a journey through the story

    Friday October 1 at 7.30 pm Now in its eighth successful year of touring, come and celebrate with the band as they commemorate 33 years...

  • Neighbour of the Year awards 2021

    People across the UK are being invited to take part in Neighbourhood Watch’s annual hunt for the ‘Neighbour of the Year’ – a nationwide search...

  • Save the date for Barnaby 2022

    Barnaby will be back with a festival weekend over  17-19 June 2022. We hope to feature many of the festival favourites and will be sharing...

  • Bogtastic

    The Babbling Vagabonds are working with Moors for the Future Partnership to create a free outdoor theatre event in the Pavilion Gardens from 30 September...

  • Local design agency supports Department for Education

    Macclesfield-based design agency, Nexer Digital, has been appointed to provide user experience (UX) and service design capabilities to the Department for Education (DfE) over the...

  • Macclesfield in October

    Macclesfield has a huge history of music it was the home town of Ian Curtis and Stephen Morris of Joy Division, and Gillian Gilbert, who along...

  • Yellow cards for suspected criminals

    I’m old enough to remember the story (maybe an urban myth) of the Kray twins coming up from London, by train, to Manchester – where...

  • What’s On at Cinemac

    James Bond: No Time To Die – Tickets on sale now! Monday 13th – Wednesday 15thShang – Chi and the Legend Of The Ten Rings(12A)...

  • Four new chiefs for Cheshire East

    Cheshire East Council has appointed four new senior officers. Jayne Traverse (moving from Tameside Council) joins as executive director – Place. The Place Directorate includes...

  • East Cheshire Trust – is your Gender Unknown or Indeterminate?

    There’s been no doubt in my mind, for several years, that the lunatics have really taken over the asylum. And before the snowflakes out there...

  • Macc Lit & Phil meetings 2021-2022

    Membership Membership of the Macclesfield Literary and Philosophical Society for the 2021-2022 season costs £20 per person which covers access to all meetings. 18 year-olds...

  • Parish councils under threat

    Macclesfield’s MP, David Rutley,is adding his voice to concerns from many villages about how plans in Cheshire East Council’s Community Governance Review will have a...

  • Serious collision in Adlington

    Cheshire Police are appealing for witnesses and video footage following a serious collision in Adlington. At around 1.15 am today (9th September) police were called...

  • Fine Lines, Borowski, Hammill, Mora & Moylan

    It’s usually a complete sell-out on the day it’s announced – but there are still a few tickets left for what’s always a great night...

  • Congleton household waste centre closes

    Macclesfield Tip will be getting much busier as a result of Congleton Household Waste Recycling Centre’s closure yesterday (Sunday, (5 September). The council’s lease of...

  • Consultation on community governance

    Cheshire East is to hold a 12-week consultation on proposals for the governance arrangements for town and parish councils in the borough.  This is part...

  • Huge fall in Cheshire East car parking revenues

    As a result of the pandemic, income from car parking in Cheshire East fell by more than £3m last year compared to the previous year....

  • Seven Drunken Nights – the story of The Dubliners

    Wednesday 6 October 2021, 7.30pm at Buxton Opera House Direct from the West End and having sold out venues worldwide, Seven Drunken Nights – The...