Owen Allwright is moving from table to table, diligently keeping the water carafes filled.
“She’s an actual hero”: Sister of Manchester attack victim Martyn Hett awarded 11 A* grades in GCSEs
The sister of Martyn Hett, the Altrincham PR manager who died in the Manchester Arena attack, has been awarded 11 A* grades in her GCSEs.
A Timperley mum who made a desperate plea for funds to enable her to undergo specialist treatment has lost her battle with cancer.
A Hale graduate is to begun studying to become a priest after winning a major academic award from Cambridge University.
Stars from Coronation Street were among hundreds who attended the funeral of Altrincham PR manager Martyn Hett, who was one of those killed in the Manchester Arena attack last month.
Part-time Altrincham soldier recognised for “unblemished service record, passion, energy and loyalty”
A part-time soldier from Altrincham has been honoured by Her Majesty’s Lord-Lieutenant at the annual Lord-Lieutenant’s Awards for Merseyside.
An Altrincham Girl Guide leader is to retire after almost 30 years of volunteering.
A receptionist at Altrincham Leisure Centre has clocked up 45 years’ service.
A hero paratrooper who survived being shot four times in World War Two is to be buried at Altrincham Crematorium on Wednesday.
A respected family GP who was a prominent figure in the Timperley community for over 40 years has died at the age of 87.
“There have been a lot of selfies!”: Behind the scenes of The Apprentice with Altrincham’s Rebecca Jeffery
Altrincham businesswoman Rebecca Jeffery last week became the sixth candidate to be fired by Lord Sugar from this year’s The Apprentice.
Altrincham businesswoman Rebecca Jeffery tonight became the sixth person to be fired from this year’s series of The Apprentice.
“He was dead for an hour”: Man who had cardiac arrest in John Leigh Park launches defibrillator campaign
Connie Bird and Ian Welsh had only been in their Altrincham home together for a few weeks when, on January 20th 2016, they made a spur-of-the-moment decision to make the short walk to John Leigh Park for a lunch-break game of tennis.
You better believe us (or should that be Beliebers) – yes, Canadian pop superstar and permanent screaming target really was out having a pint in Altrincham last night.
With their restaurants just yards from each other, Hannah de Martiis and Isabel Bilous had become good friends in recent times as Altrincham’s thriving Market Quarter went from strength to strength.
Timperley men can expect to live three years longer than their Altrincham-based counterparts, new research has shown.
One of the North West’s most promising artists is to launch his first solo exhibition at a gallery in Hale.
Hundreds of bikers formed an unforgettable procession through Altrincham in honour of an 18-year-old motor neurone disease victim.
A Timperley resident has received his World War Two medals over 70 years late – on his 100th birthday.
Comedian and TV writer Caroline Aherne has died aged 52, her publicist has said.