Pupils in Cheshire East have, once again, performed above the national average after chalking up some impressive GCSE results. Provisional figures show that 66 per cent of pupils achieved five or more A*– C grades, including English and maths, three per cent better than the validated 63 per cent figure last year. Currently there is
Local health professionals working with GP practices are calling on the public to help put patients in charge of the ordering of their repeat prescriptions. The move by NHS Eastern Cheshire Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG), which plans and buys health services for 204,000 people, is intended to improve safety and cut waste while saving around
Cheshire East Council is strongly encouraging all 18-year-olds to ensure they have the meningitis W vaccine (Men ACWY) being offered by GPs as part of a national campaign to prevent them from contracting this potentially fatal disease.
Sir Bradley Wiggins has confirmed his participation in the Tour of Britain, which gets under way on September 4 and comes to Cheshire East on September 6.
Eastern Cheshire accountant smashes fundraising target in London to Paris cycle challenge
Cheshire East A-level students chalk up fresh success and beat the national average again! A-Level students in Cheshire East have once again chalked up impressive results that are above the national average. The Borough’s 1,526 students received their results this morning and they have again achieved a provisional pass rate of 99 per cent, which
People selling their items on online platforms are falling victim to a new type of advance fee fraud. This involves a fraudster, posing as a buyer, sending an email to the seller (victim), agreeing to the full asking price of the item. They state that they are unable to collect the item themselves and will
Patients urged to Choose Well before coming to Macclesfield Hospital’s A&E
The borough of Cheshire East has 170 young people known to the Council as young carers.
On 19 July the decision of Cheshire East Council Cabinet to cancel school transport to 5 schools was challenged after the decision was ‘called in’ and discussed by a scrutiny committee. Anger and dismay was expressed that personal safety was not taken into account when assessing walking routes. This meant that walking routes that were