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Role play centre Little World for Scholars is celebrating its first birthday after an “amazing” year in Altrincham town centre.
Network Rail apologise for overrunning closure of Hale Crossing that businesses say has “absolutely killed” trade in the village
Network Rail has apologised to businesses affected by the closure of Hale Level Crossing – with some complaining that the move had “absolutely killed” the village this month.
Budget 2020/21: Trafford says it must increase council tax by 3.99% or there will be “unsufficient funding” for services
Trafford Council is proposing to increase council tax by 3.99% in order to meet a budget gap next year which it says would otherwise mean there was “insufficient funding” to pay for its services.
‘Boy B’, the teenager who bought the knife that killed Yousef Makki in Hale Barns last year, has been named for the first time
The teenager who bought the knife that killed Yousef Makki in Hale Barns last year can today be named as Adam Chowdhary.
Work has begun on a development of three new four-bedroom homes in Timperley.
Rethink “absurd” HS2 plan to split Warburton in two and destroy ancient woodland near Hale Barns, says Sir Graham Brady
Sir Graham Brady has called on Boris Johnson to rethink the Golborne Spur section of HS2 – which he claims will bring “virtually no benefits” while splitting the village of Warburton in two and destroying ancient woodland close to Hale Barns.
Novo Property Group is inviting a second round of community views on the future of the former Stamford Arms in Little Bollington after “taking on board” feedback from an earlier consultation.
A new Tesco Express store is to open in Timperley.
Hale Barns Carnival organiser to relaunch the Old Post Rooms as a family-friendly retail, cafe and event space
The Old Post Rooms, the iconic former home of Altrincham Post Office, is to be relaunched as a new family-friendly space for local independent businesses.
Jeeves and Wooster in Perfect Nonsense, a hilarious and bonkers farce and former winner of the Olivier Award for New Comedy, is coming to the Altrincham Garrick.
Well Green Primary School has opened a new £20,000 activity track after half the funds were raised by parents and pupils.
Police warning as arrests made after “shocking and unacceptable” robberies on teenagers in Altrincham
Police say a number of offenders have been arrested after a spate of “shocking and unacceptable” robberies on teenagers in the Altrincham area.
German kitchen retailer Kutchenhaus is to open in the former Slug & Lettuce unit in Altrincham.
Hilal, the long-running Timperley restaurant which closed this weekend after half a century, is to reopen next week under a new name.
Altrincham Interchange has won the Transport for Greater Manchester award at the Cheshire Best Kept Stations Awards. The station, which…
The immediate future of Altrincham Italian restaurant Tre Ciccio has been secured after it was bought out of administration.
Batch Bottlestore and King’s Cafe owners to launch new Altrincham deli that will be “all about really good sandwiches”
A new deli offering seasonal sandwiches, salads and charcuterie boards is to open in King’s Court in Altrincham.
Northern Rail to be stripped of franchise with the government taking control of services from March 1
Northern Rail has today been given the ultimate punishment for years of delays and under-performance.
Two men charged with manslaughter over Jordan Sinnott death as brother remembers “the best person I ever knew”
Two men have been charged with manslaughter, affray and common assault following the death of former Altrincham footballer Jordan Sinnott.
Straight from London’s West End via the Sydney Opera House, Faulty Towers The Dining Experience is coming to Altrincham.