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16:57, 20 DEC 2017
Massive social media response after Land Rover stolen from Gawsworth Hall
More than one and a half million people have viewed the Facebook post after the theft.
Tributes to Gawsworth Hall patriarch
Timothy Richards, who owns the Tudor Hall, popular for its garden theatre, has died aged 75.
Four illegal fishermen hit with £1,800 in fines
The men, from Macclesfield, were caught at Gawsworth Fisheries.
Cheshire East Council
Primary schools' 'blooming lovely' displays at Tatton's RHS Flower Show
The show's theme this year is sustainability and turning the grey parts of Britain green.
Show us your holiday-at-home snaps of Cheshire
The Macclesfield Express is calling on people to share pictures of themselves enjoying local attractions
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Happiness? For me it’s the uniqueness of a Gawsworth gig
Famed for his marathon shows, tickle sticks and one-liners, one of the country’s best loved comics is still touring and is coming to Macclesfield.
UEFA Champions League
Barlow's Brief: Saying goodbye, Ken Dodd, and council spending
We were on our way out last night when her sister called on the house phone. I counted fourteen ‘I’ve got to go’s’s before Mrs B finally hung up, by which time I’d forgotten where we were going.
A master of comedy is far from taxing as jokes go on and on
I tagged along to see Ken Dodd at Gawsworth Hall this week. I love the venue and was interested to see how Tim Richards, Gawsworth’s avuncular owner, would cope with an entertainer I was once forced to interview while he fried a pan of chips.
Alpacas create a drama!
A pair of vandal alpacas have caused a drama in Alderley Edge – by using an amateur dramatic group’s sign as a scratching post.
Green Room musketeers
PROFESSIONAL stage fight director, Renny Krupinski, is making it real by testing the mettle of actors at The Wilmslow Green Room during rehearsals for The Three Musketeers.
Flower power appeal boost is cut and dried
AN INTERNATIONAL floral designer is set to wow a crowd at Fallibroome High School when he stages his first decorative show in three years.
Plant guru sowed seeds of floral double act
THAT’S another fine garden you’ve gotten us into.
Shakespeare goes alfresco at Gawsworth
SUMMER is officially here as the hugely popular Wilmslow Green Room once again brings the theatre to the outdoors with their take on Shakespeare’s romantic comedy "Much Ado About Nothing".
Wherefore art thou Romeo (and Juliet)? pleads theatre group
ROMEO, Romeo, wherefore art thou Romeo.
Can you reel in new angling cup?
THE MACCLESFIELD Express - the big one for all the local news - is looking for a "reel" story.
Manchester Crown Court
Richards family hit by murder scandal
THE FIRST lady of Gawsworth Hall - Elizabeth Richards - was the first to discover the horrific scene of her brother's wife stabbed in the neck, face and back, a murder trial has heard.
Harry Smith Travel to shut, but charity work goes on
A MACCLESFIELD travel agent which means the world to many local charities and community groups is closing its doors for the final time on Friday.
Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh
Tradition maketh the man
BEHIND the mask of a 1,000-year-old tradition lies a fascinating mix of entrepreneur, sportsman and romantic novelist.
Meet the owl...
ALL'S well that ends well for one Shakespearean actor who won't give a hoot when he makes his debut in an outdoor performance.
There's much ado in the air
WILMSLOW Green Room will be performing Shakespeare's Much Ado About Nothing at Gawsworth Hall's open air theatre in June.
Gawsworth leading Jubilee celebrations
THE gardens at Gawsworth Hall will be the setting for one of the biggest Golden Jubilee celebrations in the area.
What's cooking at Gawsworth?
A CRAFT fair at Gawsworth Hall gave visitors the chance to re-live historical times.