Community, Politics

Antoinette Sandbach has Tory party whip withdrawn

Eddisbury MP Antoinette Sandbach has effectively been expelled from the Conservative Party, following her decision to vote against the government

Community, Heritage

Methodists, Mow Cop and social change

An event inspired by the Primitive Methodist camp meetings Saturday 7th September 2019, 11am – 3pm at Mow Cop  

Community, Fundraising

CAFT prepares for Family Fun Day 2019

Local children’s charity, The Children’s Adventure Farm Trust (CAFT) is to hold its 18th annual Family Fun Day on Sunday

Columnists, Community, Featured, Featured, Lifestyle, Local News, Shows & Festivals, What's On

What’s On: September 2019

(image: The Great British Food Festival comes to Arley Hall)   Here are some of the events we’re looking forward

Community, Heritage, Home & Garden, Lifestyle

Put your green fingers to work at Arley

  Gardeners are being given the opportunity to help care for one of the country’s finest gardens. Arley Hall has

Community, Heritage

Lyme Park takes on climate change

Lyme Park was closed for almost two weeks at the beginning of this month, after the estate had to be

Community, Local News

Council scaling up preparations for no-deal Brexit

Cheshire West and Chester Council says it is “taking vital steps to ensure there are plans in place” in the

Community, Local News

HRH The Princess Royal to visit Chester

(image credit:   Chester is once again expected to welcome large crowds this September as HRH The Princess Royal

Community, Local News, Politics

Campaign to reopen Tarporley railway station “on track”

Ian Priestner, Liberal Democrat prospective parliamentary candidate for Eddisbury, has presented a petition calling for the reopening of Tarporley and

Community, Food & Drink, Heritage, News

Cheese making at Nantwich Museum

Two local family businesses will feature in activities at Nantwich Museum during the Nantwich Food Festival 2019 when the museum