Parking across Altrincham and the wider Trafford borough is to be slashed – with the return of the 20p rate for half-hour stays.
Library fines are to be abolished at libraries in Altrincham, Hale and Timperley.
Bin collection days will change for two weeks with no collections on Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Year’s Day, Trafford Council has confirmed.
It’s beginning to look like Christmas may make more of an impression on Timperley this year.
Trafford Council must adopt influential Altrincham plan after residents and businesses vote YES in referenda
Residents and businesses have voted in favour of Trafford Council’s Neighbourhood Business Plan for Altrincham in a referendum held by the Council on Thursday.
A referendum to determine whether an influential plan should be adopted by Trafford Council will take place on Thursday.
“Unacceptable” council decision means 95% of Altrincham residents won’t be able to vote in critical referendum
A long-awaited referendum on Altrincham’s future is set to exclude 95% of the public – after a council decision described as “entirely unacceptable”.
A new community volunteering initiative has launched at Altrincham Town Hall.
Graham Brady has thanked the Altrincham & Sale West constituents who returned him to Parliament in last week’s general election.
Graham Brady re-elected as MP for Altrincham & Sale West – but Conservative majority is more than halved
Graham Brady has been re-elected MP for Altrincham & Sale West – but with a much reduced majority.
This Thursday we head to the polls to elect a new MP for Altrincham & Sale West.
Andy Burnham has been elected the first Mayor of Greater Manchester.
Altrincham constituents are set to go back to the ballot box after Prime Minister Theresa May today called a snap general election for Thursday June 8th.
We can today reveal plans by local council bosses to install a 12-metre steel totem in the centre of Timperley village.
Trafford Council pressing on with plans to charge for garden waste – despite warnings about “neighbour disputes”
Trafford Council is pressing on with plans to charge residents to have garden waste collected from their green bin – despite claims from the Labour opposition that it could lead to “neighbour disputes”.
A by-election will be held in Broadheath in May after councillor Louise Dagnall stepped down due to ill health.
A replica of Altrincham’s original 1290 Charter has been put on permanent display at Altrincham Town Hall.
Parking charges across Altrincham are set to rise by up to 250% next month.
Altrincham residents will have to pay to have garden waste collected from their green bin, Trafford Council has announced.
Bin collection days will change for one week over the festive period, with no collections taking place on Monday 26th December.