Altrincham’s Business Task Force team has been revealed by Altrincham BID.
Sainsbury’s is to enforce a new one-adult-per-household rule in its stores.
Trafford Council has announced it will be temporarily bringing back its green bin collection service.
The number of official cases of coronavirus in Trafford has risen to 96, according to Public Health England.
Timperley raw and vegan snacks business Raw Bake Station has appeared on BBC Two show Dragons’ Den.
Boris Johnson has tested positive for coronavirus.
A Timperley gym has had most of its equipment stolen during a burglary overnight.
Prince Charles, the Prince of Wales, has tested positive coronavirus.
Trafford Council has updated its lockdown guidance to clarify that all household waste recycling centres are closed until further notice.
The founders of Little Belters, the Altrincham-based children’s choir, have launched a new series of daily singing lessons to help parents keep their children entertained through the lockdown.
Attendance at Altrincham Crematorium services restricted to just 10 people as another five test positive for coronavirus
A total of 28 people have now tested positive for coronavirus in Trafford, Public Health England has revealed.
Trafford Council has set up a dedicated telephone line to support residents self-isolating as a result of the coronavirus crisis.
Boris Johnson has tonight announced a range of tough new measures to try and stop the spread of coronavirus.
Coronavirus latest: Playgrounds closed, but parks stay open and permit parking restrictions are lifted
Trafford Council is to keep all parks open but close playgrounds – while it has also decided to lift permit parking restrictions on residential streets.
McDonald’s, Nando’s and Costa Coffee have announced they will be closing all UK outlets from today.
The number of official cases of coronavirus in Trafford has risen to 19, according to Public Health England.
Spanish restaurant Evuna has donated all of its fresh fruit and vegetables – left over as a result of the government’s mandatory shutdown – to a local food bank.
“The best thing is the community”: Altrincham named the best place to live in the UK by the Sunday Times
Altrincham has been named the Best Place To Live in the UK in the Sunday Times’ annual guide.
We are launching a complete guide to takeaway and delivery services in Altrincham – tell us all about yours
Following today’s news that all restaurants, bars, cafes and pubs must shut down as the country looks to stem the coronavirus outbreak, takeaway or delivery has suddenly become the only means by which many of Altrincham’s great businesses can make any money.
Pupils whose exams have been cancelled as a result of the coronavirus outbreak will be given grades estimated by their teachers.