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New Call To Lower The UK Drink-Drive Limits — But What About The Morning After?

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Cheshire East welcomes Heritage Lottery boost for Jodrell Bank

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Joined-up advice!

When people are in need of advice and support they don’t always know where to turn.

Tuesday 31st
March 2015

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‘Cat & Fiddle road’ drops out of top 10 high risk roads

Safety measures on a road once dubbed one of the most dangerous in the country have proved so effective that it has dropped out of the Road Safety Foundation’s top 10 ‘persistently higher risk roads’ for the first time.

Tuesday 31st
March 2015

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Four Talented Artists Become Nine

Macclesfield was once dismissed as being a cultural wasteland, being branded the ‘least cultural borough in Britain’. Not anymore.

Tuesday 31st
March 2015

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Cheshire law firm to host training to reduce the toll of debt-related suicides

Cheshire law firm SAS Daniels is hosting a training workshop to help professionals working directly with people in debt to recognise signs of underlying mental health issues.

Monday 30th
March 2015

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Local legend opens new Peaks & Plains development

Stephen Morris, Macclesfield-born drummer with band New Order and Joy Division, has opened a new development for Peaks & Plains Housing Trust.

Saturday 28th
March 2015

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World Downs Syndrome Day

All Hallows College joined together to celebrate World Down Syndrome Awareness Day by wearing 'lots of socks'.

Friday 27th
March 2015

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Council given green light to postpone Silk Street sites inquiry

Cheshire East Council has been given the green light to postpone an inquiry into the compulsory purchase of land earmarked for the Silk Street scheme to revitalise Macclesfield town centre.

Wednesday 25th
March 2015

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Catch22 and Cheshire East Council pilot new scheme to support children

The government has awarded £1.4m to Cheshire East Council and charity Catch22 for a project to find new ways of supporting children who need help from social services.

Wednesday 25th
March 2015

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9,000 preventable injuries in last two years as government stalls on tackling young driver crashes

Today (25 March 2015) marks two years since the government promised to overhaul young driver rules to tackle the devastating toll of deaths and injuries involving young drivers on UK roads.

Wednesday 25th
March 2015

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Royal Voluntary Service sets up new befriending service in East Cheshire

Older people’s charity, the Royal Voluntary Service is setting up a new Telephone Befriending Service in East Cheshire in collaboration with partners Peaks and Plains Housing Trust.

Wednesday 25th
March 2015

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