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Time to give your views in online survey for more trains on Mid Cheshire Line

Crewe Guardian:

4:00pm Thursday 24th July 2014

RAIL users and residents living along the Mid Cheshire line that serves Northwich and its surrounding villages can fill out an online survey – or write a letter – in a bid to get more trains passing through the area.

Get flippin’ fit while at work

Crewe Guardian:

3:30pm Wednesday 23rd July 2014

A CUDDINGTON businesswoman is on a mission to get office workers ‘flippin’ fit’.

Ducklings rescued after being trapped in Davenham drain

Crewe Guardian:

4:59pm Monday 21st July 2014

THREE little ducklings are now in safe hands after being trapped down a drain in Davenham on Monday morning – following a painstaking rescue operation that involved bread and workers making cheeping noises.

M6 shut between junction 17 and 18 after serious crash

Crewe Guardian:

10:30am Thursday 17th July 2014

POLICE have closed the M6 in both directions between Sandbach and Middlewich after a serious crash this morning, Thursday.

Get behind campaign for better rail service in mid Cheshire

Crewe Guardian:

6:20pm Wednesday 16th July 2014

RESIDENTS have been urged to get behind a campaign launched by the Guardian and the Mid Cheshire Community Rail Partnership to get a half-hourly service connecting our towns and villages to Manchester and Chester.

Refurbished bus set to spread message of Winnington business

Crewe Guardian:

1:54pm Monday 14th July 2014

WINNINGTON-based UK Container Maintenance (UKCM) has saved an old double-decker bus from scrap and transformed it into a mobile project and educational vehicle for trade shows and school visits.

Petty Pool banks a helping hand from Barclays staff

Crewe Guardian: Members of NatWest help out at the Petty Pool Trust.

1:00pm Friday 27th June 2014

BANK staff from NatWest have helped spruce up an outdoors activities centre for people in Northwich.

Thousands head to second day of Cheshire Show

Crewe Guardian: Halton schools looking forward to the Cheshire Show

11:18am Tuesday 17th June 2014

AFTER a busy first day of the Cheshire Show at Tabley, organisers are hoping for big crowds today, Wednesday. Click here for more on the two-day event.

House builder Barratt looking for help from Northwich youngsters

Crewe Guardian: Isabella Wallsworth-Jones, two, outside one of the Barrett homes in Lostock.

12:30pm Thursday 29th May 2014

THE teams behind two new housing estates in Northwich are appealing for families with young children to join a new junior board of design directors being created by a house builder.

Colleagues pays tribute to 'committed' councillor

Crewe Guardian: Clr David Robinson

5:16pm Tuesday 13th May 2014

TRIBUTES have been paid to a 'passionate environment campaigner' and well-known Cheshire councillor David Robinson who has died at the age of 67, following a short illness.

Trevor has match of his life after beating TV's toughest banker

Crewe Guardian: Trevor with Noel Edmonds, host of Channel 4’s ‘Deal or No Deal’.

4:00pm Monday 12th May 2014

A FORMER Premier League linesman whose current role involves looking after Cheshire’s referees has beaten the world’s most famous banker.

Council leader makes apology over Easter message

Crewe Guardian: New leader Michael Jones promises 'new dawn' for Cheshire East Council

12:20pm Friday 9th May 2014

THE leader of Cheshire East Council has apologised after using his official Easter message to criticise other political parties and urge voters to ‘keep faith’ with the Conservative Party.

Pupils will grow strong at Oak View academy

Crewe Guardian: Clr Mike Kennedy, head Fiona Rimmer and Steve Docking, from NWAT, and Lucas Gibbon, five and Aleksandra Sygut, nine help plant the trees  n141761

12:30pm Thursday 24th April 2014

PUPILS, staff and parents marked the opening of their new school alongside the Mayor of Winsford with a special tree planting ceremony.

Council leader hits back at planning inspectorate over 'five year supply' claims

Crewe Guardian: New leader Michael Jones promises 'new dawn' for Cheshire East Council

11:10am Tuesday 15th April 2014

THE leader of Cheshire East Council has branded the planning inspectorate ‘nonsensical and inconsistent’ after it said the borough did not have the required amount of housing planned over the next five years.

Anger after thieves steal canal side wooden sculpture

Crewe Guardian: Nigel next to the stump that used to be home to the eagle carving

11:22am Monday 14th April 2014

A MIDDLEWICH man who installed two popular wooden sculptures at the side of the canal has blasted thieves after one of them was stolen over the weekend.

Mike hopes to expand his cleaning business after just three months

Crewe Guardian: Mike Allon at his base in Winsford.

2:54pm Thursday 10th April 2014

THE boss of a new cleaning company based in Winsford hopes to expand to other parts of Cheshire after introducing a new technology to the market.

Change of name for much loved Winnington pub

Crewe Guardian: Guests Iain Turner, left and Danny Platt, right, take on the Sir John Brunner’s 32oz Steak Challenge.

7:00pm Wednesday 9th April 2014

A NORTHWICH pub has taken on the name of one of the town’s most famous sons after undergoing a complete refurbishment.

Northern Rail seal deal to run trains on Mid Cheshire line until February 2016

Crewe Guardian: GVs of David Cameron visiting the Northern Rail maintenance depot in Newton Heath, Manchester. Interview with apprentice Stuart Beard.

10:20am Thursday 27th March 2014

NORTHERN Rail has announced it has won the contract to run trains going through Northwich until February 2016.

Folk fest founder looks back fondly on first event

Crewe Guardian: Dave Thompson with the programme from the first show in 1990 	n101437

4:10pm Wednesday 26th March 2014

AS the organisers of one of Middlewich’s yearly highlights begin to prepare for this year’s festival, the Guardian has spoken to one if it’s founders about the event that first took place 24 years ago.

More than 30 firefighters tackle 'malicious' blaze at Rudheath school

Crewe Guardian: More than 30 firefighters tackle blaze at Rudheath school

9:33am Tuesday 25th March 2014

MORE than 30 firefighters are currently at the scene of a fire at the University of Chester Academy in Rudheath that has been branded 'malicious' by police.

Deal agreed to continue Northwich's artisan market for next six months

Crewe Guardian: Shoppers browse the Artisan Market in Northwich on Saturday.

4:58pm Monday 24th March 2014

A DEAL has been reached so that the popular Artisan Market in Northwich can continue for the next six months after the original market partnership was dissolved earlier this month. 

Green bin collections set to resume after winter break

Crewe Guardian: Whole thing is s shambles

11:30am Tuesday 18th March 2014

MIDDLEWICH residents will have an empty green bin this week after Cheshire East Council announced its green waste collection service would resume after the winter break.

Christine set to be reunited with 'lost' wedding album thanks to Guardian reader

Crewe Guardian: The wedding party outside St Wilfrid’s RC Church

6:00pm Thursday 13th March 2014

THE owner of a set of lost wedding photos featured in the Guardian two weeks ago is set to be reunited with them thanks to the keen eye of a watchful reader.

Police helicopter above Weaverham on look out for 'vulnerable' woman

Crewe Guardian: Police helicopter above Weaverham on look out for 'vulnerable' woman

3:00pm Monday 10th March 2014

THE police helicopter was flying above Weaverham on Monday, March 10, looking for a ‘vulnerable’ resident.

Cheshire Police implements 'Clare's Law' across the county

Crewe Guardian: John Dwyer, Cheshire's police and crime commissioner

1:00pm Thursday 6th March 2014

A NEW domestic violence scheme dubbed Clare’s Law will be implemented across Cheshire.

Cheshire Police implements 'Clare's Law' across the county

Crewe Guardian: New police commissioner John Dwyer pledges crackdown on yobs

4:00pm Friday 7th March 2014

A NEW domestic violence scheme dubbed Clare’s Law will be implemented across Cheshire.

Cheshire Police implements 'Clare's Law' across the county

Crewe Guardian: John Dwyer, Cheshire's police and crime commissioner

6:00pm Thursday 6th March 2014

A NEW domestic violence whistleblowing scheme dubbed Clare’s Law will be implemented across Cheshire.

Council reveals it will freeze council tax for fourth year running

Crewe Guardian: Clr Peter Raynes

12:40pm Wednesday 5th March 2014

CHESHIRE East Council has announced it will freeze council tax for the fourth year running after revealing its budget for the next financial year.

Church abseil raises £5,000 for Christian Aid

Crewe Guardian: Paul Clarke makes his way down the church tower.

10:14am Tuesday 4th March 2014

ST Helen’s Church tower was the location for 30 fundraising daredevils on Saturday.

VIDEO: Firefighters tackle house blaze after solar panels ignite

Crewe Guardian: Firefighters tackle house blaze after solar panels ignite

3:05pm Monday 3rd March 2014

FIVE fire engines and a hydraulic platform were called out to a property in Winsford this morning, Monday, after a solar panel caught fire.

Rob opens up gardening company for mid Cheshire residents

Crewe Guardian: Rob Chisholm has started up the Jim’s Mowing franchise in mid Cheshire.

8:00am Sunday 2nd March 2014

 A MID Cheshire man has opened up a new franchise gardening business in the area and the surrounding villages.

Weaver Vale reminds customers over changes to rent payments

Crewe Guardian: Fine Georgian houses on Uppleby, Easingwold

5:00pm Sunday 23rd February 2014

A CHESHIRE housing trust is reminding customers that they will be making changes to the way they manage rent payments for new customers from next month.

Mid Cheshire burglary suspects charged over 150 break ins

Crewe Guardian: Police carried out searches of 23 properties and seized a quantity of Class A drugs and cash.

10:22am Thursday 23rd January 2014

THREE suspects have been charged by police in connection to 27 burglaries in Northwich, Cuddington, Hartford and Winsford.

Expert unbottles the secrets of his wine

Crewe Guardian: Kevin Judd and Jon Campbell, owner of Define Food and Wine in Sandiway

3:04pm Wednesday 22nd January 2014

AN internationally renowned winemaker paid a visit to Sandiway this week to share his expertise with customers of a village store.

ASDA to build store on Barons Quay and create 300 new jobs

12:35pm Wednesday 27th November 2013

SUPERMARKET giant Asda is to build a new 68,000sq feet store at Northwich’s Barons Quay development bringing 300 new jobs to the town, the Guardian can reveal today.

Anger and outrage after human faeces found on playground slide

Crewe Guardian: The slide on the Moor play area where the human faeces was found

8:00am Wednesday 20th November 2013

YOU’RE a ‘disgrace’ and ‘depraved’.

Pensioner handed five year jail term after killing wife over row over heating

Crewe Guardian: Douglas Bailey

12:20pm Tuesday 29th October 2013

A MAN who beat his elderly wife to death after a row over the heating has been jailed.

Motorists warned over delays as gyratory works continue

Crewe Guardian: Traffic in Castle Street

5:30pm Saturday 5th October 2013

MOTORISTS in Northwich are being advised to expect some evening roadworks while work continues to implement the permanent gyratory scheme.

LATEST: Middlewich MP votes 'with her conscience' against government's Syria motion

Crewe Guardian: Fiona Bruce MP

4:10pm Friday 30th August 2013

THE MP for Holmes Chapel, Goostrey and Cranage last night was one of 30 Conservative MPs to vote against the government's motion to take action in Syria.

GCSE Results: Grange performs better than UK average

12:20pm Thursday 22nd August 2013

PUPILS at The Grange School in Hartford bucked the national trend and smashed every previous school record in posting outstanding performances this summer.

A-level results: Council hails borough's sixth formers

Crewe Guardian: The Grange celebrated its most successful year of A-level results yet with 47 of its Year 13 students achieving three A and A* grades or above.

4:51pm Thursday 15th August 2013

SIXTH formers in West Cheshire have once again maintained the borough’s high standards of A-level success.

A-level results: Sir John Deane's pupils mark results day in style

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3:40pm Thursday 15th August 2013

HUNDREDS of Sir John Deane’s College students had plenty to celebrate today when they opened their A Level results.

A level results: Grange secures impressive 100 per cent pass rate

Crewe Guardian: A level results: Grange secure impressive 100 per cent pass rate

1:40pm Thursday 15th August 2013

HIGH flyers at The Grange School in Hartford were celebrating yet another terrific performance when the A-level results were released on Thursday.

A-level results: St Nick's claim best ever results

Crewe Guardian: Sarah Kilcourse (year out and then will go to university to read English Literature), Frances Hadrill (Civil Engineering at Southampton University), Dagmara Dyer (Architecture at Westminster University)

12:39pm Thursday 15th August 2013

ST NICHOLAS Catholic High School has said provisional results show the school has achieved its best ever results.

Royalty will visit Cheshire Show

Crewe Guardian: HRH The Princess Royal was all smiles upon arriving at Brimscombe Primary School. Picture: Carl hewlett

2:00pm Wednesday 12th June 2013

CHESHIRE farmer Tony Garnett is looking forward to showing a member of the royal family around the Cheshire Show next week.

Faster internet is on the way

10:40am Friday 3rd May 2013

HIGH speed fibre broadband will be rolled out to 96 per cent of Cheshire homes and businesses in the next three years after a £28.5m project was signed between Cheshire’s four councils and BT.

Council: 'We will deliver value for money'

10:00am Monday 18th March 2013

‘SOUND financial management and bold thinking.’

Cheshire East Council campaign aims to beat energy bills

Crewe Guardian: The scheme to save you £200 a year on fuel bills

9:00am Sunday 10th March 2013

MIDDLEWICH residents are being urged to beat the energy price rises by joining a campaign that aims to give people a better deal on their household energy bills.

Last ditch attempt to save Middlewich bus service fails

Crewe Guardian: GONE GERMAN: The expected takeover of Sunderland-based Arriva, the UK’s third largest transport company, by Deutsche Bahn was completed last week with a price tag of £1.6bn

9:00am Friday 8th March 2013

BOROUGH council chiefs have stuck to their guns and will not help to pay for a vital bus service that links Middlewich and Sandbach after rejecting a plea from opposition politicians Arriva is scrapping its 37 and 37E Crewe to Northwich service, which runs through Middlewich and Winsford, in the evenings and on Sundays.

Tributes to Cheshire Show leader

Crewe Guardian: John Platt talks to the Countess of Wessex at last year’s Cheshire Show.

11:10am Thursday 7th March 2013

TRIBUTES have been paid to a former president and chairman of the Cheshire Show who died this week.

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