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Primary school poem by Joy Division singer Ian Curtis fetches £1,100 at auction

An unnamed classmate of Curtis said he wrote An Epitaph for an Electrian [sic] sometime between 1966 and 1967

Hunt is on for Macclesfield’s Champion Elf for 2014.

Town's Grosvenor Centre searching for festive elf

Benefit cheat must repay £12k

Hazel Williamson, 45, of Melksham Close, Macclesfield, claimed more than £12,000 in benefits

Drama friends unite in Dan Barlow’s name

Laura Genders is leading a production of Up ‘n’ Under by John Godber at St Michael’s Church in the town centre.

Man points police to hidden drug stash

Martin Moorcroft had his house searched by police after they executed a drugs warrant, a hearing heard.

Soap star booked for Christmas lights switch-on

TV star Les Dennis will switch on the lights during a community event at Alderley Edge tonight.

Hunt is on for Macclesfield’s Champion Elf for 2014.

Town's Grosvenor Centre searching for festive elf

Primary school poem by Joy Division singer Ian Curtis fetches £1,100 at auction

An unnamed classmate of Curtis said he wrote An Epitaph for an Electrian [sic] sometime between 1966 and 1967

Drama friends unite in Dan Barlow’s name

Laura Genders is leading a production of Up ‘n’ Under by John Godber at St Michael’s Church in the town centre.

Benefit cheat must repay £12k

Hazel Williamson, 45, of Melksham Close, Macclesfield, claimed more than £12,000 in benefits

Man points police to hidden drug stash

Martin Moorcroft had his house searched by police after they executed a drugs warrant, a hearing heard.

Silver lining for Silkmen

Askey not happy at cup exit but Macc may benefit from easing their aches and pains

Let's back Macc

Town urged to give their Silkmen support for the Dragons' visit

Silkmen in a flap over new winger

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A swan crash landed at the Moss before being rescued by players and staff.

Footballers and doctors show red card to cancer

Macclesfield Town Football Club has backed a worldwide campaign to promoting healthy lifestyles and the importance of regular check-ups.

Let's take the chance we've given ourselves

Ten games in the Silkmen sit ninth and Askey is determined not to waste the platform Macc have established

Barrow rolls through Reds as Macc stroll on

Left-back's solo goal sets up Silkmen for win

Han happy he's got great Scott support

'Macc Lad' withdrawn from ring return, thanks to a trainer who knows best

Manager targeting Macc-simum points

Askey's men back on home turf - and he's out for all six points when they welcome Alfreton and Torquay

'We've achieved nothing yet' - Askey

Macclesfield boss paying no attention to the league table

The monkey's off our back, says Blues coach

Massive relief at Macclesfield but Heagerty keen to build on first victory

Staff and pupils commemorate First World War centenary

Students from Tytherington School and Macclesfield College paid tribute during Armistice Day

Fundraisers unite for Children in Need

Sponsored events at community centres, schools and workplaces in Macclesfield and the surrounding villages on Friday all contributed to the whopping national sum.

Students enjoy masterclass from cricket pro

Kate Cross, who plays for England Women’s Cricket Club and Lancashire Women’s Cricket Club, spent the morning with junior and senior students playing cricket.

Former teacher sentenced to six years in prison for sexually abusing 25 young boys

Some abuse occurred while lessons were taking place, with the victims abused in the classroom but out of sight of other pupils.

Former teacher pleads guilty to sexually abusing 25 young boys

Keith Cavendish-Coulson, 71, a former teacher at Terra Nova School in Holmes Chapel, pleaded guilty to 42 counts of indecent assault on boys who were aged between eight and 13.

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