Former Cheadle hairdresser, Pat Copestake, is calling on the NHS to radically change the way they screen for breast cancer after a 7cm tumours went undetected despite undergoing a routine mammogram examination just a few months earlier.
CARS VANDALISED WHILE RINGERS PRACTICE FOR ARMISTICE
Callous vandals caused serious damage to several cars in one local village last week while their owners were busy practicing ringing of the church bells ahead of the 2014 Armistice Day service which took place at the weekend.
COUNTY COUNCIL SHOW YOUNGSTERS THE DOOR
Youth groups have been shown the door by the County Council preventing them from using Cheadle Youth Centre in Station Road from the beginning of January 2015. The move comes following a public consultation, the results of which are now being implemented. The council dubbed the consultation 'Achieving Excellence for Young People." Pictured: Youngsters hosted a fun day this summer after carrying out refurbishment of the centre themselves.
WAR BABY TURNS 100 ON ARMISTICE DAY
One of Cheadle's oldest residents turned 100 years old on Remembrance Day. Marie Shaw, nee Clarke, was born just a few months after the out break of the First World War on 11th November 1914 - a date which exactly four years later became synonymous with peace and commemorated thereafter as Armistice Day.
There’s been a good turnout ow’ower fer Remebrance anner thee arn sayn noenda foke again ayt at the services around and about ar reckon the centenary has made alot on us moer aware on it an thats gotta be good anner it.Andy Wilson cattle farmer from Hollington a regular in the Cross Keys went to cook pizza for his girls while his wife was away and thought he was doing really well!! Getting the pizzas out of the oven the girls commented about the white stuff on the bottom... he’d only left the polestrene base on the bottom of the pizza but ar think thee must er been that hungry the girls ate it anyrode!