Holmes Chapel Comprehensive School opens doors on new £3million Sixth Form redevelopment

Knutsford Guardian:

1:59pm Monday 1st September 2014

SIXTH form students can look forward to an even brighter future at Holmes Chapel Comprehensive (HCCS) thanks to a new £3million state-of-the art building.

The Friends of the Moor disgusted after the Moor's new play area is vandalised

Knutsford Guardian: The damaged gate

11:15am Monday 1st September 2014

MINDLESS vandals targeted the Moor’s new Play Area over the weekend.

New job club hopes to help Knutsford's unemployed

Knutsford Guardian: Anne Baker is helping job hunters in the town with their CVs. (n143520)

8:28am Monday 1st September 2014

A CLINIC for those wanting advice when applying for jobs has been set up in Knutsford.

North West Ambulance Service forms partnership with police to make Cheshire roads safer

Knutsford Guardian: LIFE SUPPORT: Defibrillators can be used, even by people with no medical knowledge, to save lives

11:00am Sunday 31st August 2014

CHESHIRE roads will soon be even made safer thanks to a life-saving donation from the North West Ambulance Service (NWAS).

UPDATED: With Pics: Air ambulance called to High Legh McLaren smash

Knutsford Guardian:

11:44am Saturday 30th August 2014

POLICE have shut the A50 near High Legh following a crash this morning, Saturday.

M6 set for September closures between J18 and J19

8:00am Saturday 30th August 2014

THE M6 motorway is scheduled to be closed overnight between J18 and J19 on various nights throughout September.

UPDATED 13:20: M6 opens again after 10 car smash

Knutsford Guardian:

11:18am Friday 29th August 2014

THE southbound carriageway of the M6 between Lymm and Knutsford is now open again, following a collision involving eight cars and two vans.

£200million A556 bypass given go-ahead

Knutsford Guardian: Tabley residents meet to discuss concerns about extension to proposed A556 bypass

9:26am Friday 29th August 2014

A NEW bypass for the A556 has been granted permission by the Secretary of State for Transport

Dedicate a tree to create a lasting tribute to those who lived and served during the First World War

Knutsford Guardian:

12:50pm Friday 29th August 2014

Over the next four years, the Woodland Trust will be commemorating the centenary of the First World War by planting millions of trees across the country – and you have the chance to create a lasting tribute to those who lived and served during the war.

New bypass will have 60mph limit

Knutsford Guardian: Tabley residents meet to discuss concerns about extension to proposed A556 bypass

9:44am Friday 29th August 2014

THE new A556 bypass will have a speed limit of 60mph which campaigners said shows the government was concerned about air pollution caused by the new road.

Look out for the Lions at Sunday's Makers Market

5:42pm Friday 29th August 2014

KNUTSFORD Lions will have a presence at the Makers Market this Sunday encouraging the town to get behind its latest initiative.

Knutsfordians raises a glass or two to inaugural Leghfest

Knutsford Guardian: One of the many acts who performed at Leghfest over the bank holiday weekend

5:12pm Friday 29th August 2014

LIVE music, comedy and beer all topped the bill at the inaugural Leghfest on the August Bank Holiday weekend.

Knutsford Town Council's community grant budget whittled down as four more organisations get funding boost

Knutsford Guardian: Knutsford town mayor with local charities. Left, Friends of the Heath, Canute Badminton Club and Knutsford Youth Theatre. (9556884)

4:08pm Friday 29th August 2014

A FURTHER four organisations have been presented with a slice of the Knutsford Town Council’s boosted community grant budget.

VIDEO: Mobberley biker banned for two years after dangerous driving caught on camera

Knutsford Guardian:

3:31pm Friday 29th August 2014

A MOBBERLEY motorcyclist, who posted a video of himself narrowly missing a car and careering off the edge of a cliff at high speed, has been slapped with a two year driving ban.

Rape not recorded as a crime at Cheshire Police - inspection finds

Knutsford Guardian:

5:38pm Thursday 28th August 2014

GENUINE reports of rape are not being recognised as crimes by Cheshire Police meaning victims are not being supported, according to a critical report published today.

Dedicate a tree to create a lasting tribute to those who lived and served during the First World War

Knutsford Guardian:

12:47pm Friday 29th August 2014

Over the next four years, the Woodland Trust will be commemorating the centenary of the First World War by planting millions of trees across the country – and you have the chance to create a lasting tribute to those who lived and served during the war.

VIDEO: Knutsford's scouts have a blast at 2014 Chamboree

Knutsford Guardian: Knutsford Explorers Max Davies, Catherine Eadie, Grace Haselden, Harry Sanger, and Ed Lunnon show the after-effects of the Tattonbury 24 powder paint fight

4:40pm Thursday 28th August 2014

THE challenge and excitement of Chamboree 2014 provided a week-long feast of fun and adventure for Knutsford Scouts.

TRAFFIC UPDATE: Traffic comes to halt on A556 following two-vehicle collision

Knutsford Guardian:

3:09pm Thursday 28th August 2014

MOTORISTS are being urged to avoid the A556 following a collision involving two vehicles near the Mere Golf Resort and Spa.

Abbeyfield Knutsford Society honour long-serving volunteer

Knutsford Guardian: Tony Weir and his wife Margaret received gift of appreciation from the society's chairman Tony Billingham

1:30pm Thursday 28th August 2014

ABBEYFIELD Knutsford Society showed its appreciation for one its longest serving volunteers last month.

Mobberley Scarecrow Festival's very own 'star-crow' could soon be gracing the small screen

Knutsford Guardian: Sally Kindle receives her rosette from Clr Julie Collins for her award-winning ‘Drunk on the Privet’ scarecrow

12:45pm Thursday 28th August 2014

A MOBBERLEY star is hoping to prove he is the most outstanding in his field to win a role in an Emmerdale ad.

Cheshire Pet appeal for owners to micro-chip pets after 'unlucky' black cat found abandoned on Shakerley Mere

Knutsford Guardian: Abandoned cat 'Bridget' is looking for new home

11:32am Thursday 28th August 2014

THE team at Cheshire Pet in Holmes Chapel are becoming increasingly upset at the continuing influx of stray and abandoned pets to their practise.

Knutsfordian Milly one of the first patients to benefit from Macclesfield Hospital’s VitalPAC system

Knutsford Guardian:

9:11am Thursday 28th August 2014

A KNUTSFORD woman was one of the first patients to benefit from Macclesfield Hospital’s new state-of-the-art Vital PAC system.

Tatton Park preps for the winter with harvest workshop

Knutsford Guardian: What to Grow in a Yorkshire Vegetable Garden

4:03pm Wednesday 27th August 2014

TATTON Park will be helping crop-growers to stock up properly for the colder months on Saturday September 13.

RNLI Knutsford prepare for a night of glitz and glam at charity grand ball

3:08pm Wednesday 27th August 2014

KNUTSFORDIANS are being invited to dig out their best dancing shoes for a glamorous fundraising night at the Cottons Hotel this autumn.

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.

End of the road for car tax disc

Knutsford Guardian: Police seize vehicles for not displaying tax disc

12:37pm Tuesday 26th August 2014

After more than 90 years affixed to British motorists' cars, the tax disc will be scrapped in just five weeks time.

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.

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1:54pm Thursday 21st August 2014

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