Youth Club puts on special 'zone' for youngsters

12:53pm Wednesday 27th August 2014

EGERTON Football Club is set to launch a 'Youth Zone' for children on a Friday night.

Delamere Dairy scoop ten awards at International Cheese Awards

Knutsford Guardian: Ed Salt MD of Delamere Dairy with his award winning products

12:03pm Wednesday 27th August 2014

A KNUTSFORD dairy is like the cat that got the cream after scooping ten awards at this year’s International Cheese Awards.

Police chase down two drunk men who shot at residential centre in Great Warford

Knutsford Guardian: The police helicopter was scrambled late last night

7:00am Wednesday 27th August 2014

TWO drunk men were hunted by a police helicopter after firing shots at a residential centre for people with learning disabilities over the weekend.

New faces on the beat in Knutsford

Knutsford Guardian: Sgt Paul Heatley, PCSO Christopher Munro and Sgt Alison Howarth are the new faces at Knutsford Police Station.

5:55pm Tuesday 26th August 2014

THREE new faces have joined the beat at Knutsford Police Station.

Knutsford man faces more than 11 years behind bars after admitting sexual abuse against young boys

Knutsford Guardian:

4:57pm Tuesday 26th August 2014

A PROLIFIC paedophile from Knutsford has been sentenced to more than 11 years behind bars for sexually abusing young boys and distributing indecent images.

Heritage Centre to commemorate 25th anniversary with 2014 time capsule

Knutsford Guardian: Knutsford Heritage Centre time capsule. Left, Jan McCappin, Val Bryant, Diane Lomax, Wendy Moleas. (9662491)

3:51pm Tuesday 26th August 2014

KNUTSFORD Heritage Centre will be freezing a moment in time to celebrate its 25th anniversary – and need Knutsfordians’ help in making history.

Winner of Curzon Knutsford's 'Boyhood' competition announced

Knutsford Guardian:

3:49pm Tuesday 26th August 2014

ONE lucky cinema-goer landed a copy of the soundtrack of the critically acclaimed film ‘Boyhood’, courtesy of Curzon Knutsford.

Students First World War work on display at Chelford church

Knutsford Guardian: Sue Roycroft, churchwarden at St John's with Alison Scott, headteacher at Chelford Primary School.

12:54pm Tuesday 26th August 2014

A DISPLAY about the First World War featuring work from village school children has gone on display in a Chelford church.

Holmes Chapel road set to close due to resurfacing

Knutsford Guardian: Storrington road closure for £150,000 drainage works

9:01am Tuesday 26th August 2014

PART of one of the main routes into Holmes Chapel is set to be shut for one week from next Thursday.

New Cheshire East residents and tenants association urges communities to stand up and get their voice heard

7:07am Tuesday 26th August 2014

RESIDENTS from across the borough have rallied together to create the Cheshire East Federation of Tenants and Residents Association.

Corrie Kev visits Knutsford and poses for selfie

Knutsford Guardian:

10:03pm Tuesday 26th August 2014

CORONATION Street star Michael Le Vell, aka Kevin Webster, was spotted in Knutsford earlier today.

Mobberley men who fought for their country remembered in new centenary booklet

Knutsford Guardian: The service of dedication on 27th February 1921. Betsy Norbury (whose family still farms at Dairy Farm by the Church) was asked to unveil it as she had lost two sons (Robert and Samuel)

4:14pm Monday 25th August 2014

MOBBERLEY men who risked their lives for King and country in the Great War have forever been immortalised in their own dedicated history book.

All the fun of the farm at charity open day

Knutsford Guardian: Youngsters enjoy the CAFT fun day in 2013

12:51pm Monday 25th August 2014

AN action-packed family fun day will take place at a Millington charity this weekend.

Open day cancelled due to strikes

Knutsford Guardian:

9:00am Monday 25th August 2014

AN open day due to be held at Knutsford Fire Station has been cancelled due to the national strikes being held by the Fire Brigade Union.

Knutsford bursts into Bloom for annual garden competition

Knutsford Guardian: Sam Youd, Sharon Stephens, and Deputy Mayor Cllr Tony Dean on judging day

1:43pm Sunday 24th August 2014

THE winners of Knutsford’s most green-fingered competitions have finally been revealed.

Rock Choir rocks out at Tatton Park

Knutsford Guardian:

8:00am Saturday 23rd August 2014

WALK Ten participants had an extra spring in their step on August 9 thanks to the melodic efforts of Rock Choir.

Crime down on Knutsford's train tracks

Knutsford Guardian: NEGATIVE RESPONSE: Passengers said that Northern Rail was one of the least trusted train companies in the country

5:43pm Friday 22nd August 2014

THE police force that patrols the railway lines in the Knutsford area has said it is winning its war on crooks.

Fiona Bruce MP asks constituents where they would like new postboxes

Knutsford Guardian: Postbox, 1901-04

5:09pm Friday 22nd August 2014

HOLMES Chapel MP Fiona Bruce is calling on her constituents to get involved with a new Royal Mail initiative.

The Old Sessions House gears up for round two of Munch with the Mayor

Knutsford Guardian: Mayors Munch at The Old Sessions House. Mayor Neil Forbes with Owner David Mooney. (9556703)

3:20pm Friday 22nd August 2014

TICKETS to the highly anticipated ‘second course’ of Munch with the Mayor are selling like hotcakes.

Successful Knutsford Hosts project continues to soar

Knutsford Guardian: Knutsford Town Mayor, Cllr Neil Forbes, centre, with the new hosts, from left to right, Margaret Farmer, Sue Allan, Patricia Woodruff, Elaine McGhee, Elenor McAndrew, and Hazel Cussons

2:50pm Friday 22nd August 2014

ORGANISATIONS supporting the Knutsford Hosts project met to discuss progress and meet the latest batch of qualified volunteers on August 8.

Kings pupil all set for bigger things after GCSE success

Knutsford Guardian: (9584661)

11:25am Friday 22nd August 2014

DUKE of Edinburgh award winner Fiona Hepworth did herself a huge service with some stellar GCSE results.

Theatre to showcase poignant play in honour of First World War warriors

Knutsford Guardian: Olivia Buckley and Patrick Smith will be starring in 'My Boy Jack' at Knutsford Little Theatre.

10:31am Friday 22nd August 2014

KNUTSFORD Little Theatre begins the new season with a poignant link to the First World War.

Holmes Chapel MP further develops annual aid mission to Africa

Knutsford Guardian: Fiona Bruce MP and Adrian Veale with business course delegate Ezekial Nyabenda

7:05am Friday 22nd August 2014

HOLMES Chapel MP Fiona Bruce has just returned from her annual aid mission to Africa, this year to Burundi, the eight poorest country in the world.

GCSE Results day - live blog

Knutsford Guardian: 16-year-old Francesca Harrison collected her GCSE results with the support of big sister, Danielle (21).

9:25am Thursday 21st August 2014

THOUSANDS of youngsters across mid Cheshire are picking their results up this morning. Click here to find out how they have done.

Mobile Send Your News

Knutsford Guardian: Mobile Send Your News

1:54pm Thursday 21st August 2014

Our hedg hog out and about earlier than usual having a quick drink from my 'pond'...

Results success continues for Alderley Girls

Knutsford Guardian: Evie Hughes and Luciana Crowther being interviewed by Imagine FM

4:36pm Thursday 21st August 2014

HEADMISTRESS of Alderley Edge School for Girls has congratulated her students on their ‘well-deserved’ success in this year’s GCSE examinations.

Manchester's transport chiefs lay down marker for increase in Knutsford's rail services

4:08pm Thursday 21st August 2014

GREATER Manchester's transport body has said train stations in the region carrying more than 500,000 trips per annum should be served by four trains an hour – which could boost Knutsford's claim for more services.

Knutsford Academy celebrate another set of good GCSE results

Knutsford Guardian: Academy students who received their GSCE results on Thursday

3:04pm Thursday 21st August 2014

KNUTSFORD Academy GCSE students performed above the national average this year, despite concerns of a country-wide dip in core grades.

GCSE students look forward to bright future at Holmes Chapel Comprehensive School

Knutsford Guardian: Sam Mottershead, from Goostrey, celebrating his 5A*s and 5As at Holmes Chapel Comprehensive School

1:55pm Thursday 21st August 2014

THERE was a flurry of excitement at Holmes Chapel Comprehensive School on Thursday as pupils picked up their GCSE results.

Community urged to join the summer fun at The Cedars

Knutsford Guardian: Eight surprising facts about dementia care

2:27pm Thursday 21st August 2014

A HOLMES Chapel care home is inviting the community to join its residents for an afternoon of fun this weekend.

Peaks and Plains commit to £20million new build scheme

Knutsford Guardian: On the way: new homes are planned in the north and west of the borough

7:09am Thursday 21st August 2014

PEAKS and Plains Housing Trust has committed to spending £20million on building new homes in the Cheshire East and the High Peak areas over the next three years.

Drivers warned of Creamfields festival traffic

Knutsford Guardian: What’s occurring? The erroneously placed Creamfields sign at Walton

9:50pm Wednesday 20th August 2014

DRIVERS are being advised that traffic is likely to be busy around the M56 and M6 this weekend, with up to 60,000 people heading to the annual Creamfields festival.

Knutsford DJ rubs shoulders with Olly Murs at gig

Knutsford Guardian: Popstar Olly Murs with Knutsford'sDJ Pete Deane

5:00pm Wednesday 20th August 2014

A KNUTSFORD DJ’s ‘heart skipped a beat’ as he played his most star-studded gig to date on Saturday night.

Experts quash fear of botulism outbreak at High Legh Fisheries

Knutsford Guardian: Winter Wildfowl Photography workshop

2:30pm Wednesday 20th August 2014

FEARS a strain of botulism had broken out at High Legh Fisheries have been quashed by experts.

Rail fares set to rise by 3.5 per cent in 2015

Knutsford Guardian: NEW LINE: North-East businesses want rail investment, a KPMG survey has revealed

2:22pm Wednesday 20th August 2014

REGULATED rail fares will rise by 3.5 per cent from January next year, following the release of July's inflation figures.

Knutsford businessman takes art world by storm with debut book, The Lost Pre Raphaelite

Knutsford Guardian: Nigel Daly with his new book. (9433120)

11:59am Wednesday 20th August 2014

REVERED by critics and endorsed by scholars, the owner of a Knutsford architectural design consultancy’s debut book is taking the art world by storm.

Kirkham family pay tribute to Howard by embarking on twelve gruelling challenges

Knutsford Guardian:

7:14am Wednesday 20th August 2014

THE family of a Knutsford stalwart are turning ‘sadness into something good’ by completing twelve fundraising challenges in his memory.

Mobberley Parish Council and RAMS join forces to oppose £100million Ilford Way development

Knutsford Guardian: Harman Technology in Mobberley

6:00am Wednesday 20th August 2014

MOBBERLEY Parish Council and residents are stepping up the fight to halt a multi-million pound, 360-home development at the heart of the village – by taking the battle into their own hands.

VIDEO: Sheep racing at Tatton Park

Knutsford Guardian:

10:29pm Tuesday 19th August 2014

FORGET horse racing or dog racing - this summer's must-see event is sheep racing, taking place at Tatton Park throughout the school holidays - check out their 'shear' determination in this video...

Rohan's 'Gift Your Gear' campaign makes a return this Autumn

Knutsford Guardian: IT'S THE WEEKEND: The Great Outdoors - How Wales is selling itself as the place of extreme sports

4:22pm Tuesday 19th August 2014

A KNUTSFORD shop is undertaking a month-long charity appeal which will help people from all walks of life enjoy the great outdoors.

Government announces firms in frame to run Mid Cheshire's trains

Knutsford Guardian: Northern Rail will continue running services in the north - but MUST get better

10:52am Tuesday 19th August 2014

THE Government has announced the train companies that are in the running to operate trains on the Mid Cheshire line.

Heritage Centre celebrates 25th anniversary with dedicated exhibition

Knutsford Guardian: Heritage Centre celebrates 25th anniversary with dedicated exhibition

4:55pm Monday 18th August 2014

KNUTSFORD Heritage Centre is toasting to 25 years at the heart of the town.

Dating show appeals for Cheshire contributors

Knutsford Guardian:

2:34pm Monday 18th August 2014

A CHANNEL Four dating show is looking for contributors from Cheshire for their new series.

Knutsford students amongst Withington's top achievers

Knutsford Guardian: Hattie Dufton

12:41pm Monday 18th August 2014

TWO Knutsford students are amongst Withington Girls’ School’s A-level star performers.

First Responders honoured as Sainsbury's charity of the year

Knutsford Guardian: Pictured Sainsburys staff and manager Gareth Saunders in Knutsford who are fundraising at the store. (9262885)

10:15am Monday 18th August 2014

EMPLOYEES of a Knutsford store voted with their hearts when deciding on their new chosen ‘Charity of the Year’.

John looks for residents to keep community safe

Knutsford Guardian: PCC John Dwyer is appealing to the public to help

8:17am Monday 18th August 2014

POLICE and Crime Commissioner for Cheshire, John Dwyer is asking people to step forwards and give some of their time to help their community stay safe.

Ollerton riding group chosen joins forces with The Nag's Head

Knutsford Guardian: Nigel, Ted, Megan, Archie and Pip on their recent trot to The Nag's Head

5:19pm Sunday 17th August 2014

OLLERTON-based Mid Cheshire Riding for the Disabled is saddling up for a new partnership with a Tarpoley pub.

Twins from Goostrey celebrate top A-level results

Knutsford Guardian: Daniel and Kieran Desouza are heading off to university after performing well in their A-levels

1:51pm Sunday 17th August 2014

GOOSTREY twins were among the many smiling facing at Sir John Deane’s College on A-level results day last week.

Charity shout out for burning coal challenge

Knutsford Guardian: Knutsford Clr Stewart Gardiner takes part in the firewalk challenge when he was town mayor in 2011.

8:02am Sunday 17th August 2014

MILLINGTON-based charity, The Children’s Adventure Farm Trust, is appealing for brave souls to brave their soles by taking part in its annual Firewalk event on September 26.

Knutsford trio help smash King's A-level record

Knutsford Guardian: L-R:  William Boyle, Sam Collier, and Jack Cartwright

1:39pm Saturday 16th August 2014

KNUTSFORD academics helped The King’s School in Macclesfield smash its A-level record this year.

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