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Tourism spend hits new record in borough

Tourism spend hits new record in borough

Delia Metcalfe and guests enjoy a glass of champagne at the opening of the new King Street store

Delia decides on Knutsford for her fourth store

David and Sue Yarnell from Yarnell Vintners

Knutsford wine merchants looking for crowd funding investment

An illustration of what the site would look like if the plans were give the go ahead

UPDATED: Rural site in Holmes Chapel earmarked for more than 200 homes by Gladman Developments

Sylvia Thomas, Team Leader ECFR (Enhanced Community First Responder) Geoff Dalton, ECFR Stuart Willis (in the vehicle), ECFR (Philip Matthews - a former CFR, Sal Thompson, CFR Jane Gibbons, ECFR

Knutsford's lifesaving First Responders plea for more crucial volunteers

Kids Allowed is offering bike classes for its attendees

Knutsford Kids Allowed offers bike lessons for life long skills

Does your pet hate going to the vet? TV show wants to hear from you

Does your pet hate going to the vet? TV show wants to hear from you

L-R: Tom Stringer, Joy Jones and Sarah Ganczarski of Friends of the Heath enjoying a pre-event picnic

Friends of the Heath nature event

Proms organisers rev up for the start of the big event

Proms organisers rev up for the start of the big event

Ness and Little Neston WI visit Knutsford Heritage Centre

Knutsford Heritage Centre draws in crowds with summer tours

Work on the new bypass, close to junction 19 of the M6. The Little Chef and the petrol station can be seen.

Aerial shots show the progress so far on new A556 bypass

Runners taking part in the Colshaw Hall 10k on Sunday, June 28

Colshaw Hall 10k proves to be a sell-out success

Join Rock Choir for a summer singing workshop

Calling all secret superstars: Sing with Rock Choir this summer

Bexton pupils celebrate the school's success at the show

Bexton Primary dazzles at Cheshire Show

Police tackle criminals across the region

Police tackle criminals across the region


Chairman Tom O'Donnell says Egerton will always strive for improvement

FOOTBALL: Egerton focus on improvement

Pete Talbot bowls for Toft during Saturday's three-wicket win against Marple at Booth's Park. The Knutsford outfit sit top of the Cheshire County League. Picture: NICK JONES

CRICKET: Toft lead at season's halfway

GOLF: Mere hosts Open qualifier

GOLF: Mere hosts Open qualifier


BOWLS: Knutsford hailed as 'perfect hosts'


NETBALL: Knutsford push Warrington Town

CRICKET: Teen batsman leads way for Knutsford

CRICKET: Teen batsman leads way for Knutsford

Knutsford will start the new Cheshire League season in familiar surroundings at Manchester Road

FOOTBALL: Reds to host champions

BOWLS: Knutsford host county best

BOWLS: Knutsford host county best

Winsford Swim Team member Dan Hulme, who lives in Knutsford

SWIMMING: Dan's happy debut in open water

Adam Jenkinson hopes to be back on board his Northern Escalator Installations Yamaha soon. Picture: GLYNNE LEWIS

MOTORSPORT: Injury blow for Jenkinson

Matthew Mountney keeps his eye on the ball while batting for Mobberley at Warrington. Picture: IAN PARK

CRICKET: Mobberley run is halted

Aimee Pratt, of Knutsford Academy, successfully negotiates a water jump on her way to winning the senior girls' 1,500m steeplechase final at the Cheshire Schools' Track and Field Championships. Picture: IAN PARK

ATHLETICS: Students star for Cheshire

Back, from left, Cheadle Kingsway's Adam Robison and brother Bradley, Adam Smith (Knutsford) and Devell Stevenson (Alderley Edge). At the front, Knutsford duo Charles Keeble, left, and Robert Read

TENNIS: Knutsford duo win on home court


NETBALL: Narrow loss for Knutsford

National Sport

Nick Kyrgios, pictured, has had fans covering their faces in edible spread to show their support

Serena baffled by Kyrgios fan stunt

The FA have received criticism after an ill-judged tweet

FA tweet causes controversy

Mark Sampson's England side finished third at the World Cup following Saturday night's 1-0 victory over Germany

Lionesses hope to inspire nation

Harold Mayne-Nicholls has been banned from all football-related activity for seven years

FIFA bid inspection chief banned

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