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TRIBUTES FLOOD IN FOR YOUNG CRASH VICTIM

Tributes have flooded in for a young woman who was killed tragically in a serious road traffic collision on Monday morning. Police are currently appealing for witnesses to the accident which involved a red Vauxhall Tigre and a HGV and occurred in Uttoxeter Road, Draycott at 8.25am. The driver of the car, 29 year old Christie Gallon died in hospital shortly after the crash.

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FREE PARKING FOR ST GEORGE'S MARKET

Shoppers visiting Cheadle this weekend are in for a real treat thanks to the return of the annual St George's Say market on Saturday. In addition to a vast array of stalls in the High Street and Market Place visitors are set to benefit from FREE parking on all town centres for the duration of Saturday 19th April.

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BRIAN STANDS PROUD AS RECOVERY CONTINUES

We caught up with Brian Finney 'Snail' this week to mark the one year anniversary of the serious motorbike accident which changed his life forever. Doctors were forced the amputate the Cheadle man's left arm and leg after he sustained multiple injuries during an accident on the A500. Brian has expressed his thanks to the many friends, family and members of the public who have supported him over the past twelve months.

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19 REDUNDNACIES AND GYPSIES MOVE IN

It is reported that 19 members of staff have been made redundant at stuggling copper factory Thomas Boltons at Froghall. The news follows an announcement at the end of March that the company had gone into administration and that a new buyer was being sought. What's more a car parking site belonging to the firm of the A52 has recently been settled on by a group of gypsies. The land is currently occupied by three caravans and two vehicles.

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Crikey wayn got a rate touch er spring anner way its grand ter be ayt init annerit ar miss the sun on may back through the winter especially an when its them grey days weer yer conner tell the sky from the orizen well yer just dunner want ter get up!Ar anner got over the clock goin forard yet an thay? Arm ready ter go back ter sleep as soon as alarm goes off ar reckon ar cud stay theer most er the day until ar wanted some snappin anyrode, still ar conner say that appenin cost thay.Ar meant ter say Helen Wainwright as retired the other wick from Homelink did a rate good job warl er were theer didner er ar reckon as er’l be rate missed wunner her?Ar got me info wrong last wick didner ar. Ar knowst them at Signal Radio went ter look fer em on the bench but ar reckon they muster picked the only day er the year as they didner turn ayt.

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