Environment

  • Nominate new buildings in the Peak Park

    Above: Parsley Hay cycle hire centre on the High Peak Trail is a good example of where extra consideration has been taken to ensure development...

  • Village Rwanda open meeting

    Village Rwanda UK support a community in a remote and rural part of Rwanda, working through local NGO Gihombo Forward (GiFo) to provide Early Years education,...

  • Peak District National Park seeks trustees

    The Peak District National Park Trust is looking for people who are passionate about fundraising to help look after the UK’s first national park. Applicants...

  • Gawsworth photo competition

    Gawsworth Arts and Social Society (GASS)  is running a photo competition with the theme Gawsworth Life. Entries depicting life in Gawsworth – the church, the...

  • Pride in the Park

    Cheshire East Council hosted its first ever Pride in the Park Picnic event at Tatton Park on Sunday and the event was hailed a huge...

  • Wheelie expensive bins

    Cheshire East Council has announced it is to introduce a charge for the supply of new and replacement waste and recycling bins. The proposal was...

  • Macclesfield’s Christmas Tree of Light

    It may a be a few months away, but time seems to travel so much faster at this time of year – and Macclesfield Town...

  • Huge airport development could bring 10,000 jobs

    The largest development ever built by a business in the North West is to be constructed on two sites at Manchester Airport. Online beauty retailer...

  • Garden Village a step closer

    The Garden Village at Handforth has taken a major step forward – passing another key delivery milestone. Cheshire East Council’s strategic planning board has already...

  • Could you be a Barnaby Trustee?

    Following a happy and successful 10 days of culture, creativity and fun in June this year, Macclesfield’s Barnaby Festival is looking forward to its tenth...

  • Make Macc more sustainable!

    Image above: ⓒ Mick Steff Hundreds of pledges were made to help the environment at “Macc-tastic, Less Plastic” held during Barnaby Festival in June. The bonanza...

  • The Princess Royal opens Safety Central

    Her Royal Highness The Princess Royal officially opened Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service’s Safety Central today (September 10, 2018) taking a tour of the lifeskills...

  • Minister for Environment visits local reservoirs

    Environment Minister, Dr Thérèse Coffey MP, recently visited Teggsnose and Bottoms Reservoir in Macclesfield, to learn more about the steps being taken to respond to...

  • Cheshire East approves new highways contract

    Cheshire East Council has awarded a contract to manage its highways service across the borough to Ringway Jacobs, for up to15 years. A number of...

  • Cheshire East tourism will top £1 billion

    Tourists continue to flock to Cheshire East and visitor rates are soon set to top £1bn a year, according to the latest economy figures. Cheshire...