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THERE is no doubt about it – Pets at Home leaving Knutsford is a big blow.
THE Secretary of State will now decide if BeWILDerwood is to be built in Tatton Park.
THE application for BeWILDerwood to create a new adventure playground in Tatton Park has certainly caught the attention of the taxpayer.
A NUMBER of years ago, I stood on the bridge in Northwich where the Dane flows into the Weaver.
WHEN I was a little boy, my late grandmother used to have a saying, which she trotted out at every possible opportunity.
I WASN’T a fan of local government reorganisation and the way it was implemented in Cheshire.
ALMOST two years on from when the original planning application was submitted Bure Valley’s plans to create an adventure playground in Tatton Park will go before a planning committee next month.
AFTER 40 years of cars crashing through his front lawn Peter Crawford has had enough.
CCTV cameras protect not only our town’s businesses, but help the police collate information if an incident occurs.
A VOLUNTEER group spends hours upon hours making sure the town looks beautiful for residents, visitors and tourists.
AN ENGLISHMAN’S home is his castle, or so the old saying goes.
I SUPPOSE it’s the prerogative of a Secretary of State for Education to interfere in, well, education, and Michael Gove, the current incumbent, is certainly doing just that.
YOUNG people and education have been on my mind this week thanks to two stories that made the news.
COUNCILLORS at borough level will next week look over the Local Plan for the borough for the last time.
CHRISTMAS seems a long way away by now, and the next special day is Valentine’s Day.
THE Royal Family has decided it can’t spare anyone for this year’s landmark 150th Royal May Day.
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KNUTSFORDIANS are being invited to be part of the town’s history by sharing their family’s wartime tales.