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Online Fraud

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

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Walking Routes to School

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

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Walking routes to schools

At today’s children and families overview and scrutiny committee meeting of Cheshire East Council, members agreed to refer the matter of walking routes to school back to the Council’s Cabinet for further consideration.

Mayor to shed weight to gain pounds for charities

The Mayor of Cheshire East has started a weight loss programme – and she’s looking for your support. Councillor Olivia Hunter is supporting Cheshire Young Carers and The Christie charities over the course of her mayoral year and her first fundraiser will be a weight-loss programme. Cllr Hunter said: “Deciding on which organisations to support

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