Who gives children a bad name? Parents, very often

Knutsford Guardian:

3:53pm Wednesday 27th August 2014

I’M no Shakespeare scholar but I found a quote from Romeo and Juliet quite apposite this week.

Why mobile phones have got a lot to answer for by Nicola Priest

Knutsford Guardian: Time to cut apron strings - by group editor Nicola Priest

6:19pm Sunday 29th June 2014

THE children’s ride was whirling round with a young girl inside. Her mum couldn’t see the delight on her child’s face as she was too busy on her mobile phone, sending or reading a text.

The highs and the lows of going on a summer holiday

Knutsford Guardian: The Fly In The Ointment

11:27am Friday 27th June 2014

As I write this, I am preparing to depart these shores for the delights of the land of Sangria, San Miguel and endless sunny days.

Eating out poses such a problem when you are trying to diet

Knutsford Guardian: Time to cut apron strings - by group editor Nicola Priest

12:19pm Thursday 12th June 2014

WITH summer holidays beckoning and thoughts of having to expose various white bits to the world, I’ve started a diet.

Minister Jean writes

12:21pm Thursday 12th June 2014

WHEN I was a little girl, I remember how my mother used to insist that I share my toys and my sweets with other children.

Mayor's Parlour

Knutsford Guardian: Newly-appointed mayor Neil Forbes

12:20pm Thursday 12th June 2014

IT’S only been three weeks since I was elected town mayor but it already seems an age ago.

Produce from overseas gives us food for thought

Knutsford Guardian: Lonely, despite online friends

2:56pm Thursday 22nd May 2014

I AM not a little Englander. I like foreign things. I like Spanish tapas, French wine and Belgian beer (I actually like wine and beer from anywhere, but you get the point).

Prescription charges going up in price is sickening

Knutsford Guardian: 'Pink ecstasy' tablets. Picture from Frank.

1:38pm Thursday 27th March 2014

By group editor Nicola Priest

Energy bill fiasco was not heart-warming experience

Knutsford Guardian: Picture by tkw954, used under the Creative Commons licence

1:37pm Thursday 27th March 2014

By the Fly in the Ointment

Compulsory voting for 18-year-olds is not a good idea in my view

Knutsford Guardian: Time to cut apron strings - by group editor Nicola Priest

10:28am Wednesday 12th March 2014

By group editor Nicola Priest

The saga of the £90 car key that I got for £35

Knutsford Guardian: Don’t just complain, what is the energy solution?

10:27am Wednesday 12th March 2014

 By the Fly in the Ointment

Minister jean writes....

Knutsford Guardian: Tots’ teeth are third worse

10:24am Wednesday 12th March 2014

By Rev Jean Bradley minister at Brook Street Chapel

It’s time to get your own back on all of those unwanted callers

Knutsford Guardian: Time to cut apron strings - by group editor Nicola Priest

10:00am Wednesday 12th March 2014

By group editor Nicola Priest

Reverend Rob speaks...

Knutsford Guardian: Rev Cotton, with Tiny, pastoral worker Sharon Mayer, left and Tiny’s friend Pam White

10:42am Thursday 27th February 2014

‘TEMPUS fugit’ or ‘time flies’ people sometimes say.

Don’t get in a spin over cyclists... share the roads

Knutsford Guardian: Don’t just complain, what is the energy solution?

10:39am Thursday 27th February 2014

FOR more than a year now the Guardian has promoted cycling on these very pages with its weekly Pedal Power campaign.

How do you sleep at night, Mr Dwyer, over police cuts?

Knutsford Guardian: Time to cut apron strings - by group editor Nicola Priest

10:38am Thursday 27th February 2014

by group editor Nicola Priest

Cost of locking up criminals - By group editor Nicola Priest

Knutsford Guardian: Risley prison in Warrington

2:44pm Thursday 20th February 2014

IT is probably a sign of old age but I enjoy reading about the past and particularly like newspapers’ nostalgia pages.

Time to cut apron strings - by group editor Nicola Priest

Knutsford Guardian: Time to cut apron strings - by group editor Nicola Priest

2:39pm Thursday 20th February 2014

THE story which astounded me most last week was the report of a 31-year-old Cheshire man who was arrested for being drunk and abusive towards a police officer.

By group editor Nicola Priest

Knutsford Guardian: The latest TomTom sat nav

2:37pm Thursday 20th February 2014

THE lesson I learned on Friday was: always listen to your sat nav – never your colleagues!


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