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October 18, 2018

PCSO Sean on new rural beat

A POLICE officer has swapped his regular town centre beat for a new role covering a swathe of rural villages in the area. Police Community Support Officer (PCSO) Sean Elliott, is based at Rocester police post and has been working hard to become a 'familiar face' in the villages on his patch. As well as taking to his pushbike to explore his rural domain, Sean is teaming up with colleague PC Andrea Radford to host a drop-in session at Denstone Hall Farm Shop and Cafe this weekend.

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October 11, 2018

Spooktacular fun at Scarefest

LIKE many living in the area around Alton Towers, I know the park well, having worked there as a teenager and spent many hours being swung upside down and roundabout on rides and rollercoasters big and small, writes Nat Wakefield. While the kids have had season passes this summer, the most I've seen of the resort has been the pick-up point for the many times I've been parent taxi during the holidays. But this weekend, I got to join in the fun and scare myself silly for the first time in ages.

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October 11, 2018

£800 donation to Dougie Mac

A COUPLE have raised more than £800 after opening their Dilhorne garden to the public. Villagers and visitors from further afield enjoyed the fund-raising garden party at the home of John and Gill Hancock in August.

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October 4, 2018

Special talk on VC hero

HISTORY enthusiasts in Cheadle have organised a special talk in the town as part of commemorations of the First World War centenary. Cheadle Historical Society will host the illustrated talk about the life and service of William Coltman on Wednesday next week.

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September 20, 2018

Village show shake-up proves a success

SCARECROWS, virtual stock judging and a beverage competition were just some of the new features at Denstone Show which proved to draw in a successful crowd this year.

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September 20, 2018

Carnival committee set the date

THIS summer saw the return of the long-awaited and for many years, much-loved, Cheadle Carnival.

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September 13, 2018

Speedy Sienna takes the trophy

RUNNER Sienna Phillips has become the first girl to take the top spot in a race on her home turf.

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September 13, 2018

Coppers hit the mud in memory of Joe

A TEAM of runners from Staffordshire Police were put through their paces last weekend as they took on one of the toughest mud runs in the country in memory of a Cheadle teenager.

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September 10, 2018

Cath celebrates centenary at care home

FAMILY, friends and carers gathered for afternoon tea to celebrate the 100th birthday of a Moorlands woman.

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August 30, 2018

Limited edition book launched as ‘Wakes’ set to return to town

THE history of a showman's background is being bought to life in the form of a book, depicting the life of a family who have bought The Wakes to Cheadle for almost 140 years.

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August 30, 2018

Eddie on target for £10k bullseye

DETERMINED fund-raiser, Eddie Bailey has almost hit his £10k target of raising vital funds for the charity which helped him during his own battle.

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August 24, 2018

New hope for Richard after £20k funding drive

A COUPLE have expressed their heartfelt thanks to more than 1,500 people who helped fund £30,000 cancer treatment. Richard Owen, 43 from Upper Tean, was told last month that the NHS could do no more for him after a four year battle with the disease. But, determined to continue the fight with the help of his wife, Siân Morgan-Owen and step-daughter Alannah, Richard sought help from the private medical sector, where he was told he could be eligible for state-of-the-art ‘cyberknife’ treatment or ‘Selective Internal Raditation Therapy (SIRT).

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