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Looking down on town in 1920s Knutsford....
KNUTFORDIANS got a glimpse of 'Knutsford from above' last week - and this week we can look a little closer at how the town centre has changed over the past 90 years.
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Fri Jul 11, 2014
Garage boss: Rumours of retirement are not correct
However, this had the unforeseen effect of leading some of his customers to mistakenly believe Mr Newton had retired or sold out.
Thu Jul 10, 2014
Booth's walk to support our countryside
SHOPPERS and staff from the Booths store in Knutsford will be lacing up their walking boots to take part in the Prince's Countryside Fund's Walk a Country Mile campaign on Sunday, July 20. The walk will take place in Tatton Park and is part of a campaign to raise awareness of the importance of the countryside to the UK during National Countryside ... (more)
DAREDEVIL charity supporter Kristy Mulrooney faced her fears head-on when she plunged 14,000 feet.
Kristy, 27, jumped into the wide blue yonder above The Lake District as part of a triple challenge in aid of a patient group charity.
Wed Jul 09, 2014
'School zone' could be implemented on 'treacherous' Bexton Road
SPEED limits on Bexton Road could be cut to 20mph as part of a 'school zone' initiative after a plea from a concerned parent.
Sun Jul 06, 2014
Mayor set to drive Knutsford forward at start of his year at office
KNUTSFORD Town Mayor Neil Forbes took pride of place on June 29 as he was paraded around town for his Civic Sunday.
Glimpse into Knutsford's past
KNUTSFORD is a town steeped in history and keen on conservation - but how much has it actually changed over the past century? Thanks to new website, britainfromabove.org.uk, Knutsfordians can now catch a bird's-eye glimpse of how the town looked almost 90 years ago.
Sat Jul 05, 2014
South African children give Knutsfordians a taste of their culture
Pupils from Goostrey Primary School presented their South African visitors with a homemade wall hanging as a memento of their special trip THE Cheshire Show and Goostrey Rose Festival had an international twist this year thanks to a group of children from South Africa.
Knutsfordians awarded for community spirit
The 2014 Town Award winners pictured with Ian Cass from The Forum of Private Business and mayor Clr Neil Forbes.
Fri Jul 04, 2014
Fire crews were called to Lymm today following reports of a trapped horse.
THIS was the scene when firefighters rescued an 18-year-old horse that was trapped in five feet of mud while grazing in a field in Lymm yesterday.
Operation Crossbow hailed a success
HUNDREDS of vehicles were stopped on the Cheshire-Manchester border in the biggest joint roads policing operation Cheshire Constabulary has ever conducted.
Knutsford's iconic Sessions House could be set to close for good
NEWS that Knutsford's historic Sessions House faces closure and could soon be put on the market is experiencing a mixed reaction from Knutsfordians.
a New podiatrist is in town and has set up home in a practice familiar to many Knutsfordians.
The town recently lost long-standing King Street-based podiatrists Tony and Andi Ellis - with their former home to be replaced soon by an estate agents - and Kay, who was one of Tony's students - but Kay has now moved into the town and set up a clinic.
Thu Jul 03, 2014
Heartstart Knutsford forms strong link with Wythenshawe Hospital
The University Hospital of South Manchester Cardiac Rehabilitation Centre is to utilise Knutsford's Heartstart course as part of its exercise and education programmes.
Tue Jul 01, 2014
Road set to be closed until next week after 'sink hole' appears
MANOR Park North was closed on Monday - and will remain closed until early next week - after this 'sink hole' appeared in the middle of the road.
Knutsford pub set to reopen under new name
The Freemasons Arms on Silk Mill Street will reopen its doors on Friday, July 4 at 3pm sporting new ownership, new decor and a new name.
Mon Jun 30, 2014
Manor Park North closed after hole appears in the road
Cheshire East Highways staff and United Utilities are at the scene at Manor Park North, near the junction of Manor Crescent, after the hole appeared shortly before 10am.
Sun Jun 29, 2014
GARDEN: Follow the Yellow Book Road - Somerford
Go on admit it. When you take a gentle stroll around the town - any town - how many of you peep through windowsa or peek into neighbour's gardens? In recent years visiting gardens has become a national obsession with the addition of tea and delicious home-made cakes - well, who can resist? The National Gardens Scheme was founded in 1927 raising ... (more)
Sat Jun 28, 2014
Scarlet gets ready for her vintage parade
TEENAGER Scarlet Broadbent will receive the red carpet treatment on what promises to be a memorable day for the 13-year-old.
Fri Jun 27, 2014
Major crackdown to rid the roads of criminals launched by police forces
FIFTEEN people were arrested as part of yesterday's cross-border crackdown on criminal activity on Cheshire and Manchester roads.