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08:48, 14 SEP 2015
Macclesfield Firefighters star in TV choir
Firefighter Matt Lloyd and eight colleagues make their singing debut on BBC'S 'The Choir - Sing While You Work'
Prisoner accused of bank robbery ‘was on the run'
Martin David Dawson, 49, is accused of holding up Britannia Building Society on Castle Street, Macclesfield, in August after escaping from prison.
Pictured: Thousands driven to distraction by Wilmslow motor show
Car fans and families flocked to the event which saw luxury and sports cars parade through the town and line the high street.
Prestbury TV star is enjoying a bit of a drama
Simon Ginty, 24, plays John Woodville in The White Queen, which tells the story of the women caught up in the bloody conflict between the houses of York and Lancaster.
Town hosts weekend spectacular
The town is gearing up for the biggest weekend of the summer.
Macclesfield Town FC
Silkmen close in on £50k survival target
However, the club still needs to generate a ‘considerable’ amount of further funds to pay off historical debts and continue running, bosses have said.
Appeal for child stars of Sooty film
Volunteers at the Bollington Discovery Centre have unearthed a 60-year-old film which was filmed at Pott Shrigley Primary School, featuring local schoolchildren.
Garry the Hat's Glastonbury: Stunning sets by Chic and The Strypes
Our music columnist says Chic and Nile Rodgers were stunning
Fun-loving vicar bids fond farewell
Now the grandfather-of-two, who worked the patch for more than 20 years, is moving on to pastures new.
Horrific truth behind TV sex beast’s jovial image revealed
The shocking details of Hall’s sexual assaults emerged as he was jailed.
Attenborough weaves his magic at historic mill
The 87-year-old presenter spent the day at Paradise Mill talking about silk, for clips to feature in a forthcoming BBC series
Veteran broadcaster Stuart Hall back in court over child sex abuse charges
Hall, 83, who lives in Wilmslow, was initially charged with three separate indecent assaults of young girls dating between 1974 and 1984.
Blue Peter badge for ‘fantastic’ teacher
A maths teacher at a Poynton school has received her very own Blue Peter badge.
Ushering in a new year of sensible conversation
So, what are you wishing for in 2013? I’m rather hoping it will be possible to engage in sensible conversation about issues that concern us without a public witch-hunt.
King: Cardiff changes don't detract from Macclesfield Town FA Cup upset
Macclesfield boss Steve King does not believe his side's famous FA Cup third-round victory over Cardiff was diminished by the Bluebirds naming an unfamiliar side.
Paralympic medal winners awarded freedom of Cheshire East
It was a double celebration for two of our Paralympic heroes as they were granted freedom of Cheshire East borough.
SPOTY nominee Ben Ainslie calls time on Olympic run while Sarah’s incredible Storey may also have glorious ending
The most glorious summer of British sport may culminate in one of our local stars scooping the final prestigious prize of 2012.
Wilmslow Romany Caravan to be sited at Bradford Industrial Museum
The Romany Caravan will be moved to Bradford Industrial Museum despite objections from around the town.
Olympic medal winner Victoria Pendleton to miss Wilmslow homecoming parade
Olympic gold medal winner Victoria Pendleton will miss her homecoming parade in Wilmslow, it has been revealed.
Prices just the ticket say Macclesfield Town bosses
Bosses at Macclesfield Town have defended the cost of match tickets. A survey for BBC released last week said the cheapest season ticket at the Moss Rose was more expensive than the cheapest at Manchester City.
Food honour for Treacle Market
The Treacle Market has made the final round of one of the country’s most prestigious food competitions.
Pendleton's heart is set on gold for fiance as London looms into view
As the countdown to the London Olympics and the finale of Victoria Pendleton’s glittering career nears its conclusion, Wilmslow’s track queen has been baring her soul.
Tuning into memories of a happy childhood
I was reminiscing today about radio shows from my childhood. Does anyone remember anything about the advert on Radio Luxemburg that ended with: ‘Keynsham, spelt K-E-Y-N-E-S-H-A-M, Keynsham, Bristol?’
New leader must consult on change of culture at council
Watching BBC North West tonight I winced with embarrassment when newly appointed Cheshire East council leader, Michael Jones, expressed his dismay at the gross waste of £810k on the unapproved waste transfer station at Lyme Green.