Snowdrop walks at Rode Hall – spring 2020

Famed for being the first flowers of the year, snowdrops are treasured as nature’s first sign that winter has ended

“Road to the Battle of Nantwich” at Nantwich Museum

In anticipation of Holly Holy Day commemorating the 1644 Battle of Nantwich, local experts Keith Lawrence, Brian Cole and Helen

Young people’s poetry competition at Chester Cathedral

Chester Cathedral’s poet-in-residence has unveiled the cathedral’s very first Young People’s Poetry Competition.  The competition, which is open to 16-25

New starters at SAS Daniels

North West law firm SAS Daniels Solicitors has expanded its team with the addition of eight new starters. The firm’s

Middlewich community mayor project to cease

As part of an independent audit of Middlewich Town Council’s working practices, which took place in late 2019, concerns were

Ellesmere Port becomes pilot participant for High Street Task Force

  The Ministry of Housing, Communities & Local Government has announced that Ellesmere Port is to be a pilot participant

Chess moves its top pieces around the board

[caption id="attachment_14538" align="alignnone" width="600"] Chess Limited executive chairman, David Pollock[/caption]   Chess Limited, headquartered in Alderley Edge, has announced the

Chinese New Year 2020 in Macclesfield

On Saturday 25th January 2020 (11.30am until 2pm) Macclesfield will be once again celebrating its silk heritage links with China,

Presentations on the future of Dee House

A vision for the future of Chester’s Dee House will be presented to residents at a series of public drop

Equestrian fundraiser for Australian bush fire crisis

(image credit: Somerford Park Farm)   An idea first mooted on Facebook - to raise funds in support of the