Community, Fundraising

Party Gras a vibrant success for St Luke’s Hospice

Over 400 local supporters gathered on Friday (27th July) at Party Gras to celebrate the 30th birthday of St Luke’s

Motoring, News

Urgent repairs for Wharton roundabout bridge

Cheshire West and Chester Council is to begin essential repairs on Wharton roundabout bridge in Winsford from the night of

Columnists, Readers' Photos

Readers’ Photos: “a beautiful walk in the sunshine”

  KJ Howbrigg very kindly sent us these photos of the River Weaver between Winsford and Northwich. The accompanying caption

Community, Politics

Help shape borough’s future by joining the Youth Senate

Jess Leigh is a young woman with a great deal of responsibility resting on her shoulders. As the elected member

Community, Education

Primary school pupils given a glimpse of college life

Hundreds of primary school children have been given a unique insight into their potential future education, with a day of

Business, News

Could you succeed in Salters Den?

The Salters Den competition returns for 2018 and is now open for applications. If you are an entrepreneur or business

Community, Fundraising

Midnight Walk raises over £100k for St Luke’s Hospice

Hundreds of women dressed in fluorescent 80s attire joined together in the late hours of Saturday night to walk through

Community, Health

Cheshire West and Chester to become a better place to grow older

(image credit: Nigel Player photography)   Cheshire West and Chester has joined a worldwide network of communities committed to becoming better

Community, Fundraising

Hospice hero Jennifer embarks on latest challenge

A Middlewich woman is planning to cycle over 1,000 miles from Land’s End to John O’Groats for her latest challenge

Community, Local News

Winsford Town Park opens to the public following major revamp

Winsford Town Park has reopened to the public after Cheshire West and Chester Council spent £900,000 turning it into a