SciBar set to mark 10th anniversary

Knutsford Guardian: The SciBar group in Knutsford is celebrating 10 years on November 3

12:37pm Monday 20th October 2014

A KNUTSFORD club that has spent 10 years listening to the stars from the world of science is set to mark a special anniversary next month.

Rugby star helps celebrate Knutsford club's special anniversary

Knutsford Guardian: From left, Matthew Mooney, Henry Paul and Richard Walker, operations director at the Belle Epoque.

12:20pm Monday 20th October 2014

KNUTSFORD Rugby Club celebrated its 10th anniversary at The Belle Epoque this month with a very special guest.

NHS introduce flu vaccination service at pharmacies

Knutsford Guardian: At-risk groups urged to get a flu jab

10:34am Monday 20th October 2014

PHARMACIES in Knutsford are offering their patients a free NHS vaccination this flu season for the first time.

Options being explored to attract school plan investment

Knutsford Guardian:

10:03am Monday 20th October 2014

OPTIONS are being explored to attract the capital investment for plans for the possible relocation of a Knutsford primary school.

Mobberley friends put on firework extravaganza

8:01am Monday 20th October 2014

A FIREWORK extravaganza will take place in Mobberley next month thanks to a friends group from the village school.

Gales and heavy rain on the way

Knutsford Guardian:

10:32am Monday 20th October 2014

THE remains of Hurricane Gonzalo will arrive in the UK later today bringing with it gale force winds and heavy rain that will sweep across much of the country, the Met Office has warned.

Kenyan visitors 'overwhelmed' by welcome at Knutsford school

Knutsford Guardian:

7:30am Sunday 19th October 2014

KENYAN visitors were overwhelmed by the welcome they received at Egerton Primary School in Knutsford.

Festive favourites at Tatton Park

Knutsford Guardian: Tourism 'booming' in Knutsford and Cheshire

12:00pm Saturday 18th October 2014

FESTIVE favourites and carols feature in a Christmas concert at Tatton Park.

Poet Michael Rosen is a hit with Knutsford pupils

Knutsford Guardian:

7:30am Saturday 18th October 2014

RENOWNED author and poet Michael Rosen had primary school children in fits of laughter with his hilarious talk.

Homes left without a connection after Sky Broadband system failure

Knutsford Guardian: What happened to our Sky broadband?

4:37pm Friday 17th October 2014

SKY Broadband and telephone customers in Mobberley have been left without a connection after a massive system failure.

Cheshire Police issue warning over telephone scam

Knutsford Guardian: PHONE THREATS: Scam callers can turn nasty

1:37pm Friday 17th October 2014

CHESHIRE Police are warning people across the county to be on their guard following reports of suspicious phone calls.

Sir Bobby's charity joins forces with Firework PR

Knutsford Guardian: From left to right Emma Beardsley, Andrea Hounsham, Sir Bobby Charlton and Clare Wall

7:45am Friday 17th October 2014

BOOTHS Hall-based Firework PR has been appointed by 'Find a Better Way', the north-west charity founded by Sir Bobby Charlton to rid the world of the effects of landmines by harnessing cutting edge technology.

Police come up with imaginative new use for tax disc holder

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PC David Wise from Malvern Police Station with his Emergency Contact Disc designed to fit into the soon to be redundant car tax holder (11483612)

10:06am Friday 17th October 2014

POLICE have dreamed up a new use for the licence disc holders that every car carries on its windscreen - one which could save lives.

Joy for bus users after firm announces improvement to 88 service

Knutsford Guardian: Council signs contract to extend Knutsford to Altrincham bus service until 2019

11:43am Thursday 16th October 2014

BUS users in Knutsford have at long last been given a timely boost after the service that takes passengers to Wilmslow and Altrincham was made every half hour.

Superstar scarecrows shine in Mobberley festival

Knutsford Guardian:

6:00am Thursday 16th October 2014

MOBBERLEY Scarecrow Festival has plenty to crow about after it proved an outstanding hit for the second year running.

Saltersford Corner application once again refused by Cheshire East Council

Knutsford Guardian: The new map showing the access point at Saltersford Corner

5:41pm Wednesday 15th October 2014

PLANS to erect 100 homes on the edge of Holmes Chapel were once again rejected today.

War stories invited to help inspire Knutsford Promenades 2015

Knutsford Guardian: Val Dawson wants Knutsford folk to share their memories at a memory cafe at next year's promenades. n144290 (11461079)

1:56pm Wednesday 15th October 2014

PREPARATIONS for Knutsford Promenades 2015 are currently underway and organisers are seeking war-stories – old and new – to serve as its inspiration.

Knutsford policeman named Best Country Crime Fighter for the North West

Knutsford Guardian: PC Mike Dawber with his Best  Country Crime Fighter award. n144285 (11460914)

1:53pm Wednesday 15th October 2014

A FARMER’S union has rewarded a dedicated policeman for uniting the Knutsford community in the fight against rural crime.

Enjoy a curry and a quiz at Knutsford Tennis Club

Knutsford Guardian:

12:00pm Wednesday 15th October 2014

QUIZ fans are being invited to put their general knowledge to the test next month.

Mobberly Road resurfacing due to finish today

Knutsford Guardian:

11:05am Wednesday 15th October 2014

WORK to resurface Mobberley Road in Knutsford should finish today, although a stop/go system will operate for a further week while road markings are laid.

Luxury electric car company Tesla to open new showroom in Knutsford

Knutsford Guardian:

7:00am Wednesday 15th October 2014

A SECOND luxury car dealer is set to move into Canute Square in the heart of Knutsford.

Reader pictures: Knutsford's changing churches

Knutsford Guardian: (11460057)

2:21pm Tuesday 14th October 2014

THE same path but two very different views: St Vincent De Paul Church, Tatton Street.

Distinct Knutsfordians picture perfect at Knutsfordian II photo exhibition

Knutsford Guardian: Helen Bates and Tony Leadbetter see their portraits for the first time

1:07pm Tuesday 14th October 2014

COMMUNITY heroes shone in the spotlight at the launch of the Knutsfordian II photographic exhibition earlier this month.

Young Knutsfordians in for spooky surprises at Pumpkin Path 2014

Knutsford Guardian: Stefanie Machin, Gusto, Bridget McCreery, of Knutsford Bloom, Lucy Willder, of Cocaranti, and Julie Chard, of Mr Simms Olde Sweet Shoppe,get ready for Knutsford's Halloween spooktacular - Pumpkin Path 2014

9:45am Tuesday 14th October 2014

AFTER carving out a spooktacular event last year, Knutsford businesses will be back with a bigger, better and more bewitching Pumpkin Path this Halloween.

Ladies enjoy literary lunch at Knutsford restaurant

Knutsford Guardian: Author Christie Barlow, with Albert Blaize, manager at the Belle Epoque and Sue France.

5:49pm Monday 13th October 2014

MORE than 50 ladies turned out to enjoy the second literary lunch held at The Belle Epoque in Knutsford on Thursday, October 9.

England legends supports Knutsford-based charity

Knutsford Guardian: Sir Bobby Charlton

4:01pm Monday 13th October 2014

Manchester United and England football star, Sir Bobby Charlton, will be joined by hundreds of guests on Thursday at The Rosewood, London for a star studded fundraising gala dinner to support new ground-breaking research plans to be announced by his Knutsford based landmine charity, Find A Better Way.

Knutsford Heritage Centre marks war anniversary

Knutsford Guardian: Royal British Legion
Poppy Appeal (9853659)

2:51pm Monday 13th October 2014

ORGANISERS are putting the finishing touches to plans for Knutsford Heritage Centre to mark the 100th anniversary of World War One.

Mobberley scarecrows to become TV soap stars

Knutsford Guardian: Scarecrows on tour

12:24pm Monday 13th October 2014

AFTER making the long journey down to London to take part in a national competition, two Mobberley scarecrows will soon be heading off to the Yorkshire Dales to star in their own advert that will sponsor a well-loved soap opera.

Rostherne superhero Pop sets out on courageous adventure following family tragedy

Knutsford Guardian:

10:56am Monday 13th October 2014

ONE expects to spot superheroes zooming between the buildings of New York City – not zooming down the rural roads of picturesque Rostherne.

Budding Mary Berrys wanted for Great Knutsford Bake Off

Knutsford Guardian: Victoria Sandwich

10:03am Monday 13th October 2014

DO you know your tortes from your tarts, or your baklava from your baked Alaska?

Cheshire East youngsters on the move thanks to Vauxhall minibus

Knutsford Guardian:

7:30am Saturday 11th October 2014

YOUNG people in Cheshire East will benefit from the use of a £20,000 minibus donated by Vauxhall Motors.

Knutsford community hero Valerie receives MBE from Duke of Cambridge

Knutsford Guardian:

4:00pm Friday 10th October 2014

COMMUNITY stalwart Valerie Young enjoyed a memorable day at Windsor Castle when she received an MBE from the Duke of Cambridge.

Goosfest art trail showcases work from region's artists in 'moving' exhibition

Knutsford Guardian:

1:30pm Friday 10th October 2014

AN innovative arts trail around Goostrey proved a moving experience for scores of villagers as they visited 16 venues in and around the village.

Businesswoman Eve's delight at success of new Knutsford venture

Knutsford Guardian:

11:01am Friday 10th October 2014

AMBITIOUS young businesswoman Eve Booth has been delighted at the reaction to her new venture.

Manufacturing leaders gather at The Mere

Knutsford Guardian:

3:00pm Thursday 9th October 2014

HUNDREDS of key manufacturing leaders from across the world gathered at The Mere for a four-day conference to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Manchester-based Manufacturing Institute.

Roads to shut for half marathon

Knutsford Guardian: Arley Hall chosen as location for Disney's Evermoor

1:00pm Thursday 9th October 2014

ROADS near Arley Hall are to be closed on Sunday, October 19, to allow the Arley Hall Half Marathon to take place.

Non-native fish removed from mere

Knutsford Guardian:

11:45am Thursday 9th October 2014

ENVIRONMENT Agency fisheries teams have removed three non-native bighead and silver carp from Shakerley Mere.

Cheshire East residents rally to become Dementia Friends

Knutsford Guardian: Dementia Friends

10:57am Wednesday 8th October 2014

MORE than 1,600 people across Cheshire East have rallied to the call to become ‘Dementia Friends’ since the national campaign was launched just three months ago.

Roadworks switched to the evening after threats to workers

Knutsford Guardian:

4:55pm Tuesday 7th October 2014

ROAD rage incidents have led highway chiefs to switch to evening working to complete resurfacing work.

Cheshire 'Gogglebox' panel to shape TV shows

Knutsford Guardian: More than 1000 Wirral TV viewers caught without licence

2:17pm Tuesday 7th October 2014

Viewers in Cheshire are being invited to have their say on what hits their screens - for cash.

A warm welcome for highways apprentices

Knutsford Guardian:

12:00pm Tuesday 7th October 2014

CHESHIRE East Council has welcomed the latest apprentices to its highways team.

Heartstart badge is launched

Knutsford Guardian:

9:00am Tuesday 7th October 2014

PEOPLE who complete a Heartstart course will be awarded a new limited edition enamel badge.

Cheshire PCC summit tackles child sexual exploitation

Knutsford Guardian: AT RISK A new report on child sexual exploitation needs to taken ‘very seriously’ Picture posed by models

6:10am Tuesday 7th October 2014

CHESHIRE’S Police and Crime Commissioner has met with county chiefs to assess best practice in preventing the types of ‘appalling’ child sexual exploitation experienced in Rotherham.

Has Knutsford got the talent factor?

Knutsford Guardian: Have you got the talent? Picture courtesy of Jonathan Farber

1:15pm Monday 6th October 2014

Have you got the Talent Factor?

Wild adventures for Toft Brownies

Knutsford Guardian: 2nd Toft Brownies at Chester Zoo

10:36am Monday 6th October 2014

TO celebrate Brownies being 100 years old, there was a safari slumber at Chester Zoo with1,500 Brownies and leaders sleeping in a huge marquee trying to break the world record for the biggest sleepover ever.

Boost for affordable housing

Knutsford Guardian:

4:00pm Sunday 5th October 2014

CHESHIRE East Council is investing £500,000 of its capital assets to encourage registered providers and developers to bring forward affordable housing. The Housing Innovation Fund is to be launched by the council this month.

Unwanted designer items needed for hospice fundraiser

Knutsford Guardian: An innovative project led by St Luke’s Hospice in Winsford is adding its voice to a national awareness campaign.

10:00am Sunday 5th October 2014

ST Luke’s Hospice supporters are being asked to bring unwanted items from their wardrobe to a fundraiser being held next week.

Call for support for Proms 2015

Knutsford Guardian:

7:30am Sunday 5th October 2014

ORGANISERS of the 2015 Knutsford Promenades have issued a call to actors, musicians, dancers, stage managers and set builders.

Cyclists raised thousands of pounds for charity

Knutsford Guardian:

5:30pm Saturday 4th October 2014

HUNDREDS of cyclists put their pedal power to the test to raise thousands of pounds for charity.

CBBC serves up a fun prank at tennis club

Knutsford Guardian:

3:00pm Saturday 4th October 2014

YOUNG tennis players Cameron McIntosh and Luis Ordonez were the victims of a fun prank from the presenters of a TV show.

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