Council leader Jones hits back at planning inspectorate over 'five year supply claims'

Knutsford Guardian: Clr Michael Jones

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.

Younger generation to be recognised at Town Awards

Knutsford Guardian: Knutsford Town Council coat of arms

11:00am Tuesday 15th April 2014

KNUTSFORD Town Council’s Events Committee have introduced a new addition to the Town Awards – the Youth Award.

Organisations invited to speak at annual town meeting

Knutsford Guardian: Knutsford Town Council coat of arms

7:00am Tuesday 15th April 2014

KNUTSFORD’S 2014 annual town meeting is set to be held on April 29 in the Tatton Room, Curzon.

Comic Jason pops in to relaunch Knutsford charity shop

Knutsford Guardian: Jason Manford opens the refurbished charity shop in Knutsford. Pictured is Chairman Nick Montague with store manager Sandra Eyes.

2:40pm Monday 14th April 2014

TV funnyman Jason Manford was in Knutsford this week to unveil a new look for one of the town’s charity shops.

Knutsford to be promoted as 'one-stop wedding shop'

Knutsford Guardian: WEDDING FAIR & PRE-LOVED BRIDAL SALE

11:00am Monday 14th April 2014

KNUTSFORD could soon become one of the country’s top wedding destinations.

Panel is seeking better health care

Knutsford Guardian: Mentally ill patient stabs doctor with fountain pen

7:00am Monday 14th April 2014

CHANGES are needed to health and social care services, members of a new stakeholder panel agree.

Jubilee May Day 1914: In times gone by

Knutsford Guardian: ‘Queen and attendants walking in the ring’. Photo supplied by Val and David Bryant.

7:00am Monday 14th April 2014

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.

‘Hub’ plan could open new chapter for county libraries

Knutsford Guardian: Events for book lovers to celebrate National Libraries Day

4:00pm Sunday 13th April 2014

KNUTSFORD and Holmes Chapel libraries could be transformed into ‘community hubs’ under moves to broaden the role of Cheshire East’s libraries.

Storm damaged building set to be rebuilt

12:00pm Sunday 13th April 2014

A BREWERY has submitted plans to demolish and rebuild a semi-derelict former fire station on Stocks Lane in Over Peover.

Why D-Day should never be forgotten

Knutsford Guardian: Why D-Day should never be forgotten

7:00am Sunday 13th April 2014

D-DAY veteran Anthony Colgan is to make a poignant trip to Normandy in June for what could be the last official commemoration for a day which changed the course of the Second World War.

Choir lifts the roof at Bexton Primary Shool

Knutsford Guardian: Bexton Adult Choir performed at Bexton Primary School recently and raised nearly £600 for the school

6:00pm Saturday 12th April 2014

OVER 120 people filled the school hall of Bexton Primary to listen to Bexton Adult Choir perform on March 27.

Bexton Pre-School hunts for eggs and new nursery manager

Knutsford Guardian: Some of Bexton Pre-School's ‘egg-hunters’

3:00pm Saturday 12th April 2014

BEXTON Pre-School’s annual Easter Egg Hunt proved an egg-cellent success at the weekend.

Essay writers mean business at Knutsford Academy

Knutsford Guardian: Essay winner Jack Harmsworth with Jason Emanuel from Guy Salmon

12:00pm Saturday 12th April 2014

KNUTSFORD Academy has announced the winners of their successful ‘Essay of the Year’ competition.

Fire cadets to embark on school project trip to Nepal

Knutsford Guardian: Holmes Chapel Fire Cadet Jessica Leighton is one of 20 Cheshire cadets travelling to Nepal next year to help build a school

7:00am Saturday 12th April 2014

FIRE cadets from Holmes Chapel and Knutsford are planning a trip of a lifetime to help build a much needed, safe school for children in Nepal.

Secret Sketcher makes debut

Knutsford Guardian: Oxfam collecting for water appeal

7:00pm Friday 11th April 2014

The Guardian’s Secret Sketcher has her notepad at the ready and will be giving readers a different perspective of daily-life around Knutsford town.

Drinkers raise a glass to Knutsford debut Beer Fesival

Knutsford Guardian: Festival chairman Andrew Malloy

5:00pm Friday 11th April 2014

GALLONS of cider, 45 county beers, hundreds of volunteer hours and 900 eager festival goers made the first Knutsford Beer Festival a resounding success.

Dairy supports Cheshire show

Knutsford Guardian: Halton schools looking forward to the Cheshire Show

4:03pm Friday 11th April 2014

NORTH west based Creamline Dairies is showing its support for one of the premier events in the region this summer by becoming a new principal partner of the main ring at this year’s Cheshire County Show.

Tug of war teams do battle

Knutsford Guardian: Tug of war teams do battle

2:22pm Friday 11th April 2014

TUG of war teams battled it out at Chelford Village Hall last weekend.

Rohan's successful 'Gift Your Gear' initiative to help everyone experience great outdoors

Knutsford Guardian: Outdoors centres deal ‘not perfect’ but beats closure

1:31pm Friday 11th April 2014

A KNUTSFORD shop is celebrating the success of a month-long initiative which will help people from all walks of life enjoy the great outdoors.

Holmes Chapel motorhome's new home on Corrie cobbles

Knutsford Guardian: Geoff Jones and Spinney Motorhomes’ Richard Smith with the Auto-Trail Scout on Coronation Street

7:00am Friday 11th April 2014

A HOLMES Chapel company is streets ahead when it comes to selling motorhomes.

Terra Nova School appoint new head

Knutsford Guardian: New head for Terra Nova School

6:00pm Thursday 10th April 2014

TERRA Nova School has announced the appointment of a new headmaster.

Cocktail party celebrates crowning glory of a year for Knutsford

Knutsford Guardian: Heritage Centre volunteer Val Bryant and Steff Meachin and Mirek Bulka from Gusto

3:00pm Thursday 10th April 2014

KNUTSFORDIANS can toast to the town’s Crowning Glory of a year with a special cocktail party at the heritage centre next month.

Tatton Park finalist in top tourism awards

Knutsford Guardian: Stag at Tatton’s parkland

11:00am Thursday 10th April 2014

TATTON Park is proving it has the vision to succeed after being named as a finalist in top tourism awards.

VIDEO: King Cnut saves the day for Dave

Knutsford Guardian: Comedian Dave Griffiths stopped off at Knutsford on a way to a gig recently. He got stopped by the police as they were suspicious of his plastic sword.

7:00am Thursday 10th April 2014

A COMEDIAN, a clothing giant, a court case, and Knutsford – a strange mix of elements that make up the basis of new feature documentary, King Cnut.

Knutsford retailers offer Easter-time fun with Bunny Hop

Knutsford Guardian: Gusto’s Steff Meachin, Bridget from Knutsford Bloom and Julia Chard from Mr Simms

6:00pm Wednesday 9th April 2014

BUNNY rabbits will be hopping their way to Knutsford this Easter.

Drinkers raise a glass to town's debut beer festival

Knutsford Guardian: The Tatton Brewery team enjoy sampling the beers on offer

4:45pm Wednesday 9th April 2014

GALLONS of cider, 45 county beers, hundreds of volunteer hours and 900 eager festival goers made the first Knutsford Beer Festival a resounding success.

Tatton MP unveils the Elizabeth Gaskell train

Knutsford Guardian: The Elizabeth Gaskell train was unveiled by George Osborne at a ceremony in Manchester Piccadilly

3:00pm Wednesday 9th April 2014

KNUTSFORD’S beloved Elizabeth Gaskell, whose works were inspired by the industrial revolution and the birth of rail travel, has been honoured with a train bearing her name.

"Aaron will push me over that line": Tabley man runs London Marathon in memory of friend

Knutsford Guardian: John Hassell, from Tabley, who will be running the London Marathon in memory of his close friend Aaron James Dixon

11:00am Wednesday 9th April 2014

THE memory of a dear friend will be pushing a Tabley man over the finish line of the London Marathon on Sunday.

Village vow to fight bank closure

Knutsford Guardian: Residents and businesses have rallied together to fight the Nat West closure in Chelford

7:00am Wednesday 9th April 2014

‘APPALLED and disappointed' - that's the view of Chelford residents after Nat West decided to close the village branch.

Knutsford Town Council warn residents after rogue call

Knutsford Guardian: Knutsford Town Council coat of arms

7:00pm Tuesday 8th April 2014

KNUTSFORD Town Council is warning residents to be wary of fraudulent marketing calls.

Booths launch £100 voucher giveaway for loyal card-holders

Knutsford Guardian: Knutsford's biggest supermarket has said all its beef is ‘farm assured’ in the light of the horsemeat scandal.

4:00pm Tuesday 8th April 2014

BOOTHS in Knutsford will be rewarding its regular customers by giving away £100 in Booths vouchers to one lucky shopper each week for four consecutive weeks.

Motorists urged to avoid M6 after three-vehicle collision

Knutsford Guardian: Delays on the M5 and M42 following accident

2:04pm Tuesday 8th April 2014

FIREFIGHTERS are at the scene of a three-vehicle collision on the M6 between Knutsford and Holmes Chapel.

New joint council company set to 'save taxpayers millions'

Knutsford Guardian: Whole thing is s shambles

11:56am Tuesday 8th April 2014

A NEW company – formed and owned by neighbouring councils – has started trading with the aim of saving millions of pounds for Cheshire’s council taxpayers.

Arley set to benefit from super fast broadband roll out after additional funding secured

Knutsford Guardian: Superfast broadband on the way to east Cleveland

7:00am Tuesday 8th April 2014

AN extra £643,000 has been awarded to Connecting Cheshire by the Government to reach more rural premises – including homes in Arley – with superfast fibre broadband.

More homes planned for land off Parkgate Lane

Knutsford Guardian: A plan of the proposed homes on land off Parkgate Lane

3:50pm Monday 7th April 2014

A DEVELOPER has submitted plans to knock down two homes on Parkgate Lane – and replace them with 14 new properties.

First Music Train of the year to depart on Wednesday

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

9:00pm Monday 7th April 2014

THE first music train of the season will be rolling its way through mid Cheshire tonight, Wednesday.

Knutsford Community Heroes urge community to get involved

Knutsford Guardian: Val Bryant is the 2013 Knutsford Community Hero

2:00pm Monday 7th April 2014

PAST and present Knutsford Community Heroes are urging members of the community to submit their entries for this year’s competition.

Brewery submits plans to rebuild former fire station

Knutsford Guardian: Stocks Lane residents next to the building that has been damaged m134669

3:01pm Monday 7th April 2014

A BREWERY has submitted plans to demolish and rebuild a semi-derelict former fire station on Stocks Lane in Over Peover.

Dairy steps up to support Cheshire Show

Knutsford Guardian: Halton schools looking forward to the Cheshire Show

11:10am Monday 7th April 2014

NORTH-west based Creamline Dairies is showing its support for one of the premier events in the region this summer by becoming a new principal partner of the main ring at this year’s Cheshire County Show.

British Heart Foundation thanks generous Knutsfordians

Knutsford Guardian: Volunteers reach landmark service

10:00am Monday 7th April 2014

THE Knutsford Branch of the British Heart Foundation would like to thank Knutsford Aldi, its staff and customers for their generosity at a recent store collection.

Time running out to nominate your 2014 Community Hero - hear what past winners have to say

Knutsford Guardian: Val Bryant is the 2013 Knutsford Community Hero

6:30am Monday 7th April 2014

PAST and present Knutsford Community Heroes are urging members of the community to submit their entries for this year’s competition.

Mobberley Primary pupils urge dog owners to scoop the poop

Knutsford Guardian: Mobberley Primary pupils urge dog-owners to scoop the poop

7:00pm Sunday 6th April 2014

PUPILS of Mobberley Primary School are hoping to put a stop to dog-fouling by urging owners to scoop the poop.

Pickmere Lane due to shut for repairs

Knutsford Guardian: ROAD RAGE: Ioan Richard claims the closure of the Ammanford mountain road is unnecessary.

2:00pm Sunday 6th April 2014

PICKMERE Lane at Pickmere is to shut to allow a highways team to carry out surface dressing patching repairs.

Champagne and canapes event raises a staggering £50,000

Knutsford Guardian: Have fun but drink sensibly this festive season with top tips from a healthcare expert

1:00pm Sunday 6th April 2014

MORE than £50,000 was raised for a residential care home for disabled people at a champagne and canapes evening.

Mobberley road to close for resurfacing

Knutsford Guardian: The B3105 remains closed at Staverton, near Trowbridge, following flooding. The fire service is reminding motorists not to ignore road closure notices

10:00am Sunday 6th April 2014

SMALL Lane in Mobberley is to be closed to traffic next week to allow the road to be resurfaced.

Lindt hop to Tatton Park for egg-citing Easter weekend

Knutsford Guardian: Easter Holiday Family Activities

6:00pm Saturday 5th April 2014

CHILDREN have the chance to strike gold this Easter by taking part in a magical bunny hunt at Tatton Park.

Delamere Dairy scoop prestigious High Sheriff award

Knutsford Guardian: The team from Delamere Dairy celebrate their award

3:00pm Saturday 5th April 2014

DELAMERE Dairy is celebrating success after scooping the Cheshire Exporter of the Year Award in the High Sheriff’s Awards for Enterprise.

Firefighters roll sleeves up for charity

Knutsford Guardian: Firefighters ditch hoses for sponges at charity car wash

11:00am Saturday 5th April 2014

FIREFIGHTERS will be rolling up their sleeves for charity next Saturday.

Adam named new Knutsford Town Clerk

Knutsford Guardian: Town Mayor Barbara Coan congratulates Adam Keppel-Garner on his new role as Town Clerk

7:00am Saturday 5th April 2014

KNUTSFORD’s new town clerk will be working to make the town an even better place to live, work and visit.

Council leader gives Holmes Chapel campaign his full support

Knutsford Guardian: ‘Save Saltersford Corner’ campaigners Daniella Russo, Bill Armstrong, Abbie Little

6:00pm Friday 4th April 2014

KEY figures in the Holmes Chapel community gave their backing to the rejuvenated Save Saltersford Corner campaign at a public meeting at the Victoria Club in the village last Wednesday.





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