• Mental health crisis cafes

    People across Cheshire East are set to benefit from two new mental health crisis cafes. The cafes which are opening today (Monday 28 February) in Crewe...

  • Charles River boosts Alderley Science Park

    Cell and gene therapy solution provider, Charles River (C.R.), is expanding its operations to Alderley Park and creating 50 new jobs. The expansion will enable...

  • Alex will run for The Christie

    A Macclesfield scientist is taking on the gruelling challenge of the Manchester Marathon to raise funds for The Christie charity’s Macclesfield appeal in memory of...

  • MP calls for Danes Moss planning review

    Macclesfield MP, David Rutley, has joined local campaigners in expressing strong concerns about the impact latest development plans would have on the extensive peatland at...

  • Concerns raised over Danes Moss plan

    Campaigners have raised concerns about plans to build almost 1,000 new homes on peatland in Cheshire. Plans for the site, known as the South Macclesfield...

  • Macclesfield to pay more for gritting?

    Cheshire East Council could consider a potential “top-up scheme” with parish councils paying for extra gritting. It comes after the authority removed 143 miles (230...

  • Council responds to ‘Danegate’ concerns

    Cheshire East Council has responded to concerns raised about the scheme known as Danegate – otherwise the South Macclesfield Development Area. South Macclesfield Development Area...

  • Call to ban traffic in Cheshire towns

    Yes, you read that correctly. Cheshire East’s cycling and walking champion (no, I didn’t know we had one either) is calling on the council to...

  • Public Inquiry into Mobberley traveller site

    A public inquiry by a planning inspector is to take place in Macclesfield into an unauthorised traveller site in Mobberley. The inquiry relates to the...

  • What’s on at Cinemac

    Cinemac, Old Sunday School, Roe StreetMacclesfield, Cheshire  SK11 6UT 07494 135 768 Share this...FacebookPinterestTwitterLinkedinemailRedditTumblr

  • Question Time at King’s

    At a politics class at The King’s School in Macclesfield, students had the opportunity to hear from local MP, David Rutley, about Westminster life. David...

  • Pandemic boom for local lingerie firm

    Pour Moi, founded in Macclesfield, enjoyed a boost in sales as stores were closed and customers turned to online sales. The Hurdsfield based lingerie and...

  • Storm warnings

    The North West is bracing itself for further storms following multiple weather warnings regarding high winds, increasing the risk of power cuts. Storm Dudley has...

  • Rowdy (Paul) Yates

    We’re saddened to hear of the passing of Rowdy (Paul) Yates on 14th February. Originally from Macclesfield, Rowdy rose to become Honorary Senior Research Fellow...

  • Fire crew release woman trapped by car

    A Chelford resident was released by a fire crew when she was trapped by her car. A fire crew from Macclesfield freed the Chillingham Close...

  • Bus services replace trains

    Owing to upgrade engineering work, bus services will continue to replace trains until the end of February. Avanti West Coast, Cross Country and Northern Trains...

  • MP calls for reopening of Macclesfield maternity

    Local MP, David Rutley, has called for the Macclesfield maternity unit to be reopened at the earliest opportunity. When the maternity unit was temporarily closed,...

  • Big Old Survey will make a difference

    Age UK Cheshire East has launched a “Big Old Survey”, to take the temperature among older people in the area and build up a better...

  • Views sought on police help-desk cuts

    When a ‘consultation’ is launched it usually means someone’s decided to change things, but to save taking flak, they’re asking the public for their opinions....

  • Langley Nigel’s Fickle Self-driving Truck

    Langley farmer and songsmith, Nigel Hammill performs his own song: “The Fickle Self Driving Truck” https://www.facebook.com/jerry.amende/posts/10222377090956104 Share this...FacebookPinterestTwitterLinkedinemailRedditTumblr