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Donate your gear to Knutsford shop to raise funds for charity
Rohan in Knutsford is again running its Gift Your Gear initiative, which aims to enable people to benefit from life-changing experiences in the great outdoors, regardless of their circumstances.
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Fri Mar 14, 2014
Successful start for Mini Dribblers
Mini Dribblers launched at Shurlach Chapel on March 10, with a little help from Mark Harris, chairman of Witton Albion Football Club.
Planners give 200-house Parkgate proposal the green light
The Parkgate Lane and Mobberley Road junction was considered an issue but planner approved the proposals for 200 homes north of Parkgate PLANS to build a 'high quality residential development' on land north of Parkgate industrial estate have been approved by Cheshire East Council.
Knutsford station sees huge increase in train travel
A STAGGERING rise in passengers using Knutsford railway station has seen footfall rise by more than 250,000 in the last decade, recent figures reveal.
Children and adults taking part in the Knutsford Jog
KNUTSFORDIANS of all ages and abilities will be gathering at the Moor this Sunday, March 6, to welcome the return of the Knutsford Jog.
Knutsford Town Council coat of arms
KNUTSFORD Town Council is canvassing opinion on plans to relocate the statue of a soldier at the Red Cross Cottage Hospital on Northwich Road to a town centre location.
Friends urge town leaders to 'give Laurie the tribute he deserves'
FRIENDS of a Knutsford campaigner who died three years ago this week have called on the powers that be in the town to commemorate his legacy with an official tribute.
Thu Mar 13, 2014
Council signs contract to extend Knutsford to Altrincham bus service until 2019
At a cabinet meeting held in Sandbach on Monday, March 4, Cheshire East Council considered a proposal to award the contract for bus service 88 between Knutsford and Altrincham via Wilmslow, until March 31, 2019.
Nick Hall from Marshall's with the needlework picture.
A RARE pair of natural pearl earrings, a needlework with a 'unique' wooden frame and photos of disabled children enjoying rides in motor cars at stately homes in the Knutsford area are just part of a collection of intriguing items sent to go under the hammer at an auction house in the town next week.
CHESHIRE East Council has approved plans to create a new adventure playground in Tatton Park.
The authority's strategic planning board met last Wednesday, at Macclesfield Town Hall, to discuss plans put forward by Bure Valley Adventures Ltd. However, due to the complexities of the approval the decision will now go before the Planning Inspectorate before any building work can start.
Wed Mar 12, 2014
Questions over Artisan Market's future after traders told company is to be dissolved
KNUTSFORD'S hugely popular artisan market faces an uncertain future in its current guise after traders were sent a letter saying the company was to be dissolved.
Saltersford Corner homes plan resubmitted after 'admin error'
Walsingham Planning, with offices in King Street, Knutsford, put in an application on behalf of Trafford Park-based Russell Homes at the beginning of the year to build the 100 properties on 3.6 hectares of open space off Macclesfield Road in the village.
Concerns raised over Mistletoe Markets plan for the Heath
CONCERNED Knutsfordians have branded plans to stage a six-week Christmas Market on the Little Heath as 'wholly inappropriate' and 'intolerable'.
Head of governors at school placed in 'special measures' steps down
THE chair of governors of a primary school in the Knutsford area that was placed into 'special measures' last week has resigned from his post.
Tue Mar 11, 2014
Raise a glass! Crowning Glory beer is on its way
Master Brewer Paul Buttrick, May Day committe member Roger Sutton, Tatton Brewery's Greg Sawyer, Foodzeens' Jonathon Farber and beer festival organiser Andrew Malloy.
a Princess Street store is undertaking a month long charity effort in March.
Rohan in Knutsford is once again running its 'Gift Your Gear' initiative during the third month of the year, which aims to enable people to benefit from life changing experiences in the great outdoors, regardless of their circumstances.
Mon Mar 10, 2014
Search for the story behind the Czech WW1 hero who made Knutsford his home
PROUD young man stares stoically down the lens - a Mona Lisa smile etched upon his face and not a fair hair out of place.
'The only way is Essex for us'
A CORRIDOR of opportunity linking Crewe to Macclesfield would turn the borough into 'a metropolis like Essex', according to a Cheshire East councillor.
Sun Mar 09, 2014
The Accidental Historian: The Great War
The Accidental Historian, Tony Davies, gives us an insight into the lives of two more Knutsford 'lads' who never came home: As you have probably guessed by now - I have a passion for all things relating The Great War so this is going to be a very busy and interesting four years for us enthusiasts, with the centenary looming.
Bourne Hall Museum Kids Club will be exploring World War 1 warfare
KNOW of any Knutsford First World War stories passed down through the generations? Perhaps you have photos or letters of a loved one who served in the war or was part of the war effort? To mark a poignant and momentous year, we at the Guardian need help in compiling stories from how it was back at home and at the frontline for Knutsfordians.