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June 20, 2019

TOWN COUNCIL DIVIDED OVER HOMES PLAN

CONTROVERSIAL plans to build 300 new homes on land off Froghall Road have divided the new Cheadle Town Council. At a meeting on Monday, new members pushed for a fresh vote on a hybrid application by Persimmon Homes for 300 homes and a new school. Cheadle Town Council had lodged objections to the proposals in May after a debate on the application, but the plans returned for further consideration following the inclusion of a new report on accessible housing.

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June 6, 2019

Fears over school patrol as drivers fail to stop

IMPATIENT motorists are putting children's lives at risk by driving around a lollipop man on a busy Cheadle road. Concerns over incidents involving the school crossing patrol in Tean Road were debated at a meeting of Cheadle Town Council on Monday. A letter from PCSO Mark Bridgwood raised “major concerns for the safety of the children and the school patrol.”

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June 6, 2019

Fiver Fest launch this weekend

A WEEK-long feast of special deals for a fiver kicks off in Cheadle town centre this weekend. On Saturday, members of the town's Totally Locally scheme will be aiming to boost the town's economy by offering a selection of wares for just £5. The Fiver Fest is part of the first nationwide scheme aimed at showcasing how spending just £5 a week in independent stores can drive up local economies.

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May 30, 2019

Former forklift driver is now teaching in Asia

A CHEADLE man is currently travelling around Asia teaching English to youngsters. Ricky Adrian, aged 28, has been travelling around Thailand, Cambodia, Laos and China for almost four years. Prior to taking the brave leap to travel the world, Ricky had worked at JCB as a forklift driver, on and off, since leaving school.

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May 30, 2019

Cheers to tenth beer festival

A PUBLIC house's tenth annual beer festival has been hailed as a success – despite a slightly damp bank holiday weekend. A total of 21 real ales and some traditional ciders were available for punters to enjoy at the Huntsman beer Festival in Cheadle which ran from Friday, May 24 through to Sunday, May 26. The free admission event also included live music with 'Start The Car' on Friday evening, 'Vinyl Overdrive' on Saturday, and 'Kiss The Blarney' on Sunday afternoon.

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May 30, 2019

Garden sheds and toilet block damaged by ‘mindless vandalism’

GARDEN sheds, fencing and a public toilet block have been damaged after 'mindless vandalism' caused a fire by a town's recreation grounds. The incident happened at around 7pm last Wednesday (May 22) at the back of the recreation grounds in Tean Road, Cheadle. Staffordshire Police have confirmed that they were called to a report of a shed fire on Mill Road, Cheadle at around 7.30pm on May 22.

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May 16, 2019

Town plans blooming boost for carnival

SHOPKEEPERS in Cheadle have put their heads together to create stunning living artworks for the town. The independent businesses teamed up in a bid to brighten up the town centre ahead of the second Cheadle Carnival in July. The group of town centre shopkeepers met up to transform donated bottles into 'Blooming Heads.'

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May 9, 2019

Fundraising to help Ethan walk

A MUM and daughter business duo are fundraising to help a family member to walk. Debbie Evans and her daughter Kerrianne, who run Wool 'n' Stuff in Cheadle's High Street, are pulling out all the stops to fundraise for Debbie's other daughter's son Ethan who was diagnosed with Cerebral Palsy at an early age. Eight-year-old Ethan Beardow, who lives in Manchester, is aged eight and is currently wheelchair bound due to his condition.

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May 9, 2019

Dying Matters workshop at Guild Hall

AN evening dedicated to discussions about death will be held in Cheadle next week. The event, hosted by Churches Together Cheadle and J.P Keates & Son Funeral Directors, is part of national Dying Matters week. The aim is to promote a healthy conversation around the subject of death and will include information about funeral planning.

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May 9, 2019

“A good day for independence in Cheadle”

INDEPENDENT election candidates have taken over a town council by storm. Following last Thursdays local elections, Cheadle Town Council now has nine independent councillors, 12 Independent Voice for Cheadle councillors, and one Conservative councillor. Independent Voice for Cheadle councillor Dave Sargeant told the Times & Echo: “During the last 12 years that I have been involved with Cheadle Town Council, either just by attending meetings or as a councillor, to me this is close to the most perfect council as I remember.

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April 18, 2019

Moorlands bikers part of annual charity run

BIKERS from the Moorlands have taken part in an annual charity run. The 41st Annual Egg Run, which started from Stoke City Football Club, took place on Sunday, April 14. In the Staffordshire Moorlands, there was a local meet up point from The Blacksmith's Arms in Kingsley.

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April 18, 2019

Fun and football in memory of Dean

A FAMILY fun day and football match are to be held in memory of husband and father, Dean Avery. The charity event is in aid of the Douglas Macmillan Hospice, where Dean sadly died after suffering from cancer. His family and friends have joined forces with Uttoxeter Town FC to hold the fund-raising event on Easter Monday.

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