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Bigger and better Knutsford shopping map in the pipeline
FOLLOWING the success of the 2013 Shopping Map, Promote Knutsford Forum is working to release a bigger and better 2014 edition.
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Key developers and residents gather to discuss local plan
The meeting, aimed at giving residents the opportunity to delve a little deeper into the town's local plan, was held at St Vincent's Church on Tatton Street on April 8. Three key speakers were present - Bruntwood, The Crown Estate and Tatton Estate - and Peter Raynes spoke as a Cheshire East and Knutsford Town Councillor.
Thu Apr 17, 2014
Knutsford-based Gusto buys out Living Ventures and plans expansion
A KNUTSFORD restaurant has bought out its owners and plans to open more venues across the UK over the next three to four years.
Council leader Jones urges residents to keep faith with Tories
CHESHIRE East Council's leader has issued an extra special Easter statement, where he urges Knutsfordians to stick with the Conservative party, ahead of the bank holiday weekend.
Andrew puts art and soul into exhibition
An artist from Kelsall has been invited to exhibit in the gardens of one of Cheshire's finest country homes.
Wed Apr 16, 2014
Daughter calls on Knutsfordians to help uncover family history
BORN under mysterious circumstances in Knutsford, Peter Peterson has lived out his 92 years without ever knowing who his father truly was or what happened to him.
Council draw the line on problematic roads
ROADS outside schools, busy junctions and notorious bends on a Knutsford estate are set to be made safer after Cheshire East Council proposed plans to install double yellow lines.
Heath owners set to meet with heritage group after 'common ground' proposal put forward
THE owners and agents of Knutsford's two Heaths are set to meet with a town conservation group after a proposal was put forward to register both areas as 'common land'.
Mon Apr 14, 2014
KNUTSFORD could soon become one of the country's top wedding destinations.
Promote Knutsford Forum is looking to promote the town as a top wedding destination and has set up a brain-storming meeting at Tabley House on April 30 at 11am.
Sun Apr 13, 2014
Events for book lovers to celebrate National Libraries Day
KNUTSFORD and Holmes Chapel libraries could be transformed into 'community hubs' under moves to broaden the role of Cheshire East's libraries.
Sat Apr 12, 2014
Fire cadets to embark on school project trip to Nepal
Holmes Chapel Fire Cadet Jessica Leighton is one of 20 Cheshire cadets travelling to Nepal next year to help build a school FIRE cadets from Holmes Chapel and Knutsford are planning a trip of a lifetime to help build a much needed, safe school for children in Nepal.
Fri Apr 11, 2014
Rohan's successful 'Gift Your Gear' initiative to help everyone experience great outdoors
A KNUTSFORD shop is celebrating the success of a month-long initiative which will help people from all walks of life enjoy the great outdoors.
Thu Apr 10, 2014
Cocktail party celebrates crowning glory of a year for Knutsford
KNUTSFORDIANS can toast to the town's Crowning Glory of a year with a special cocktail party at the heritage centre next month.
Wed Apr 09, 2014
Drinkers raise a glass to town's debut beer festival
GALLONS of cider, 45 county beers, hundreds of volunteer hours and 900 eager festival goers made the first Knutsford Beer Festival a resounding success.
Tatton MP unveils the Elizabeth Gaskell train
KNUTSFORD'S beloved Elizabeth Gaskell, whose works were inspired by the industrial revolution and the birth of rail travel, has been honoured with a train bearing her name.
Mon Apr 07, 2014
British Heart Foundation thanks generous Knutsfordians
THE Knutsford Branch of the British Heart Foundation would like to thank Knutsford Aldi, its staff and customers for their generosity at a recent store collection.
Sun Apr 06, 2014
Time running out to nominate your 2014 Community Hero - hear what past winners have to say
PAST and present Knutsford Community Heroes are urging members of the community to submit their entries for this year's competition.
Mobberley Primary pupils urge dog-owners to scoop the poop
PUPILS of Mobberley Primary School are hoping to put a stop to dog-fouling by urging owners to scoop the poop.
Sat Apr 05, 2014
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Coro's Rita on drink-drive charge
The 80-year-old was arrested in the Knutsford Police Station after going to visit her daughter, Maxine Ashcroft who had just been arrested for the same offence.
Firefighters ditch hoses for sponges at charity car wash
The team from the Mobberley Road fire station in Knutsford are staging a car wash in aid of The Fire Fighters Charity.