Cheshire East Council is calling on people to act now – so they don’t lose their voice in upcoming elections. And the message is: If you can’t vote, you haven’t got a voice. If you are not registered, you could miss out on being able to vote in the Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) election
An 83-year-old bladder cancer survivor is urging Eastern Cheshire residents to look out for warning signs after overcoming the disease himself. Derek Brown, from Wilmslow, has lent his backing to the Be Clear On Cancer campaign, which is currently raising awareness of blood in pee as a key symptom of both bladder and kidney cancers.
Neil Lewis, Lib Dem candidate for Cheshire’s Police & Crime Commissioner in May’s election has committed to openness, transparency and promoting ethical behaviour in the Cheshire police service as well as the Commissioner’s office. Issued by the Committee for Standards in Public Life, the Standards Checklist calls on the next Commissioner to · Publish and
The Leader of Cheshire East Council has warmly welcomed the Chancellor’s backing for a high-speed rail line between Manchester and Leeds to boost connectivity and the economy of the North. The HS3 rail link has been described as a key part of the UK’s largest investment in rail infrastructure since the Victorian era – and
The final round of ‘The Time 2 Change’ Competition 2016 was celebrated in The Romero Centre at All Hallows on 3 March 2016 with 6 local primary schools sending their own winning teams to compete for The Overall Winner 2016, Runner Up 2016 and Best Folder 2016. The challenge set was to create and design
Over a hundred local dog lovers are expected to arrive at the National Trust’s Lyme Park in Cheshire on Sunday for a dog walk with a difference. The Great British Dog Walk is an organised charity walk in the grounds of the property, designed to raise awareness and funds for Hearing Dogs for Deaf People.
Bluedot is a brand new festival of discovery at Jodrell Bank, the iconic observatory and heart of our quest for knowledge of the cosmos. Bluedot invites you to camp out under the stars, and to explore a stellar programme of music, science, arts, technology, culture, food and film. Brought to you by the team behind
Recently All Hallows Sixth Form students had the privilege to meet with Macclesfield’s MP David Rutley. As teenagers with a genuine interest in politics and Ethics we were eager to question David’s political views and investigate whether or not his own religious views influenced his politics. The burning topic was of course the European referendum
BRTAIN’S largest programme of rail investment since the Victorian age will move full speed ahead tomorrow when George Osborne uses his Budget to give the green light to Crossrail 2 and HS3 amid major new investment in transport, housing and other vital infrastructure. He will commit funds to a raft of projects recommended by the
Cheshire East Council is supporting a national campaign launched by the Department for Education to tackle child abuse. The campaign ‘Together we can tackle child abuse’ encourages members of the public to report child abuse and neglect. It highlights that we all have a role to play in protecting children and young people in our