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09:57, 10 NOV 2017
Macclesfield's 'not hip' claim residents
Residents say Macclesfield needs a new arts hub to encourage young people to stay in the town.
Cheshire East Council
Vital bus services at risk due to £1.5m cuts
The council plans to cut subsidies for all evening and Sunday services in Macclesfield and the borough.
Hundreds visit pop up exhibition in Macclesfield
The exhibition - a miniature depiction of a post riot landscape - was on display at Exchange Square.
Banksy exhibition piece coming to Macclesfield
The installation by artist Jimmy Cauty, featured in Banksy's 'Dismaland' project. It will be in town from November 15-21
Crowd-funding appeal to bring Banksy exhibition to Macclesfield
The ADP Riot Tour, which was borne out of Banksy's dystopian theme park, could come to Macclesfield for one week.
Treacle Market co-founders and community stalwart in Queen's honour's list
Jane Munro and Debbie Quinn, from Macclesfield, as well as Sutton community stalwart Christine Eyre, have been awraded the BEM.
Gallery: Thousands pour in to town for last Treacle Market of the year
Visitors from Manchester, Liverpool and Chesterfield turned out for the monthly event.
'Charles Roe' to preside over Treacle Market hustings
The team behind the Treacle Market has organised a peoples hustings where members of the public can cross-examine the parliamentary candidates
Every dog to have its day at market show
Local dogs will strut their stuff at a dog show at Macclesfield's Treacle Market.
Taste of Treacle for teen Sugars
Dozens of teens took part in Macclesfield's first Teen Treacle market
Restaurant owner is star of new TV show.
Debbie Quinn was followed by TV crews for a new show documenting the highs and lows of launching a restaurant business.
Industrial theme for Barnaby 2014
When the festival commences on 14 June it will, for the first time in its history, be devoting an entire weekend to live music, and another weekend to visual arts.
Macclesfield's Barnaby festival is exceptional!
Thousands of people came to Macclesfield to enjoy the Barnaby Big Weekend, which took place at the halfway point of the two-week festival.
Treacle Market marks antiques week
National Antiques Week was the perfect excuse to encourage shoppers to hunt the market for vintage treasures
"There is hope for our town but this isn't it" - Hundreds raise concerns over development plans
‘We don’t want this’ – that was the clear message sent out by opponents of the Silk Street scheme for the town centre at a huge public meeting on the issue.
Food honour for Treacle Market
The Treacle Market has made the final round of one of the country’s most prestigious food competitions.
From pensions to speeding drivers - all in day’s work as MP David Rutley takes to the streets
‘Hey, I want a word with you’. MP David Rutley has been on the road for 10 minutes and he’s already in the firing line.
Macclesfield folk sticking with Treacle Market
Thousands of shoppers filled Macclesfield town centre for the biggest Treacle Market yet.
A very happy first birthday for the Treacle Market
Hundreds of shoppers turned out to wish the Treacle Market a very happy first birthday on Sunday. Stallholders, residents and visitors buzzed around town to produce a record turn-out enjoying food, gifts, crafts and even wild animals.
Town hopes for lottery money
The town is a step closer to getting help from the Heritage Lottery Fund after its regional head called in.
It’s official – Barnaby Festival was a massive hit
As the dust settles and feedback flies in on Barnaby 2011 the unanimous verdict is a huge thumbs up. Visitors and residents agree it was a fantastic weekend for Macclesfield while traders reported record sales.
Silk Museum to host Afghan exhibition
An exhibition celebrating Afghan culture and heritage is taking place this week hosted by the Silk Museum. The Afghan Bazaar will include a talk on Islamic textiles by author and textile expert John Gillow.
Festival’s final line-up set to entertain crowds
Barnaby Festival organisers have launched their final line-up for this summer. Thousands of fun-seekers are expected to flock to Macclesfield for the three-day feast of song, dance, acrobatics, artwork, poetry, performance and much, much more.
Commenting on Macclesfield’s Treacle Market on July 28 I wrote: ‘Following the outstanding success of the Barnaby festival two local ladies, Jane Munro and Debbie Quinn, are organising a traditional Sunday market. Alleluia."