A Cheadle man has successfully cleared his name after a 15 year battle to prove himself innocent of smuggling four refugees out of war stricken Kosovo in 1999. The 75 year old spoke to the Times and Echo this week about the ordeal.
WOMAN SUSTAINS SEVERE STAB WOUND
Police and ambulance crews were rushed to a usually quiet, residential part of the town at the weekend following reports of a stabbing. Police were alerted to the incident after receiving a call at around 11.45am on Sunday 7th September from colleagues at the ambulance service.
PHONES OFF THE HOOK AFTER WORKERS' BLUNDER
Residents throughout Cheadle town centre, including Shelsley Road, Thorpe Rise and parts of the Ness Grove estate, were left without telephone or internet connection for more tha a week after workers made a significant blunder.
VILLAGERS WELCOME NEW DEFIBRILLATOR
Those living in or visiting the rural village of Oakamoor will now benefit from a new life saving piece of medical equipment following its installation at the village hall this week. A cardiac defibrillator, costing £2,000, has been purchased for the village thanks to a donation made in memory of former resident the late Ivan Scragg.
Nar then ar went ter Milwich produce show at wickend an ar gotta say it were a grand show theed plenty er everythin ter please everybody but ar gotta say as thee were one lady as wanner ter pleased abate the winner er a cake competishun er were overheard ter say ter another lady as was wither “ar dont think that should er won its not this an its not that” an on top er that er didner agree at ow with the judgin at the show! Ar wonder if er entered the same competishun an didner win owt with an attitude lark that ar reckon er owter do er own show an see ow many entrants er gets!