The?junior football teams at Wilmslow High School have enjoyed a tremendous start to the season, going unbeaten during the first half-term and progressing well in the English Schools National Association Cups.
Flynn Morrissey, who had just joined year seven at Wilmslow High School, was on his way to school with his mum Nicky and brother Dylan when their car was in a collision with a sports car travelling in the opposite direction
Hundreds of supporters braved persistent rain to wave flags and cheer on 150 soldiers from the 1st Battalion The Mercian Regiment (Cheshire) who have returned from a six-month tour in central Helmand Province in Afghanistan.
Banned from The Room is one of the bands that will perform. The group is made up of guitarists Andy and Theo, Rory on percussion and vocals and singer Astrid. They are all sixth form students at Wilmslow High School.
Francesca McKendrick, Edward Hart, Anna Fletcher, and Saif Khan from Wilmslow High School take readers through a thrilling day when Olympic heptathlon gold medallist Jessica Ennis dropped in for a chat
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