Anyone taking the time to make a trip around the site of the National Grid engineering works that have brought road closures and chaos to Macclesfield roads will reach the obvious conclusion – no engineering has yet been started on the pylons.
In the digital age, people are shopping in different ways, which is changing the face of the British High Street.
Councillor Rachel Bailey, leader of Cheshire East Council, said: “We welcome the Hybrid Bill for Phase 2a of HS2, from Birmingham to Crewe, being put before Parliament.
Cheshire East Council will receive a grant of £10.8m over the next three years, dedicated to the needs of the growing adult social care sector and the wider local health economy.
Cheshire East Council has set aside £2.4m to help the old and vulnerable with adaptations to their homes and reduce the long-term impact on the NHS and social services.
Engineers working for National Grid will be carrying out a high wire act on lines spanning the Silk Road in Macclesfield as part of a £8m project to keep electricity flowing to homes and businesses across the town, the county and beyond.
Volunteers from Macclesfield’s charity for young people, Just Drop-In have been honoured with the Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service – the MBE for volunteer groups.
Macclesfield will host the first official Nerf Championships in Britain on Saturday 2nd September, taking place in South Park from 11am-2pm.
Macclesfield Speaking Up Speaking Out (SUSO) is an organisation run with and for adults with learning disabilities and additional needs.
Make It Macclesfield repositions itself as a campaigning force for Macclesfield.