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  • Knutsford Guardian: PIECE OF HISTORY: Sandafayre handle countless historic letters every year, but fewer people post mail now
  • Knutsford Guardian: CLEARING OUT: Steve Hilton loads equipment into his own car
  • Knutsford Guardian: SAFEKEEPING: Joan Leach hopes letters from Mrs Gaskell will go on display at a public library
  • Knutsford Guardian: LOOKING FOR FRIENDS: Sophie Jackson needs to meet other babies
  • Knutsford Guardian: PROUD: Robert Hughes
  • Knutsford Guardian: FRIENDS UNITED: Joanne Aston and Hilary McDonald(pictured) will be joined by Mandy McDonald for a sponsored walk to raise money for Christie Hospital
  • Knutsford Guardian: SMALL TALK: Tatton MP George Osborne discussed the Conservative Party's new small businesses proposals with Forum of Private Business bosses in Drury Lane, Knutsford, yesterday (Tuesday)
  • Knutsford Guardian: BACK HOME: Helen Dufton said 10 years was long enough in London
  • Knutsford Guardian: JOB ALMOST DONE: It was busy work at the weekend to resurface Canute Square Pictures: Davenhall
  • Knutsford Guardian: THE WAY IT IS: Soon though the blue wallpaper will be a thing of the past
  • Knutsford Guardian: ON PATROL: Officers patrol the streets of Rostherne
  • Knutsford Guardian: INSPIRING: Dave Thompson has been invited to share his secrets
  • Knutsford Guardian: WELL DONE: James West and Bradley Williams performed well at the recent fishing competition staged by police
  • Knutsford Guardian: CRASH SCENE: The spot where a car crashed into a couple's garden
  • Knutsford Guardian: FORWARD THINKING: Jayne Cassidy with 18-month-old Florence
  • Knutsford Guardian: PLAIN SPEAKER: Hilary Durkan wants to change her life
  • Knutsford Guardian: PASTURES NEW: Jim Shepherd said he hoped work would start soon
  • Knutsford Guardian: CRIME SCENE: A gang used hammers to smash through the shop window  Picture: Nick Jones
  • Knutsford Guardian: BEAK TO BEAK: Hannah the bald eagle with her own sculpture
  • Knutsford Guardian: GOOD DEED: Sarah McKechnie and her colleagues at Mannings Chemist tried to save the life of a woman who collapsed outside the Red Cow last week

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