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- Council leader Jones hits back at planning inspectorate over 'five year supply claims'
- Younger generation to be recognised at Town Awards
- Organisations invited to speak at annual town meeting
- Comic Jason pops in to relaunch Knutsford charity shop
- Knutsford to be promoted as 'one-stop wedding shop'
- Panel is seeking better health care
- Jubilee May Day 1914: In times gone by
- ‘Hub’ plan could open new chapter for county libraries
- Storm damaged building set to be rebuilt
- Why D-Day should never be forgotten
2:00pm Tuesday 15th April 2014
THE leader of Cheshire East Council has branded the planning inspectorate ‘nonsensical and inconsistent’ after it said the borough did not have the required amount of housing planned over the next five years.
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THIS week, the original May Queen, Miss Annie Sarah Pollitt, gives her impressions of the ‘modern’ May Day festival of 1914. We discover how the festival played an important role in her life, not just in her year as Queen, but in the subsequent decades.More stories like this »
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I have only recently started using Tatton Park for recreation and walks, and to consider that what to all intents and purposes is an industrial unit being built there is very sad. − Anthony Brown KnutsfordBeWILDerwood plans »