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Times Echo and Life / high street

September 9, 2019

Baby sensory service proposed for high street building

PLANS for a baby sensory facility to be moved into a vacant shop on a Moorlands high street have been submitted to the local planning authority. Previously a haberdashery, 13, High Street in Cheadle has been unused for approximately six months and now Catherine Potts of Baby Sensory and Toddler Sense Staffordshire Moorlands has applied for permission to transform the venue into a “Baby Sensory and Toddler Sense Wow Centre” according to the planning application form she has submitted to Staffordshire Moorlands District Council (SMDC). In this document, she said this hub would provide “sensory, development and massage, yoga, reflexology classes to babies from birth to 13 months and sensory, physical activity classes for toddlers aged from 12 months to four years 11 months.”

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April 4, 2019

Totally Locally Reboot

A SCHEME designed to boost independent traders and breathe new life into the high street has been reignited in Cheadle. Businesses in the town centre have joined forces via social media to promote each other online. And, using the Totally Locally Cheadle banner, the traders are hoping to encourage people from far and wide to visit the unique independent shops which make up the majority of the town centre.

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March 7, 2019

A VISION FOR THE FUTURE

FREE parking bays in the High Street, a weekend bus service for villages and a drastic revamp of Cheadle’s town centre are among suggestions for a ‘vision statement’ as part of a bid for government funding. Cheadle Town Council’s development services committee met on Monday to debate options which would revitalise the heart of the town. Councillors agreed to seek inspiration from the town’s school pupils and sixth form students, as well as attempt to kick-start a more vibrant night-time economy.

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March 1, 2019

Is it old life for ‘Newlife’ in Uttoxeter?

THE future of a much-loved charity shop in Uttoxeter is hanging in the balance as the charity looks for alternative premises. The search is on by Newlife Charity, which has a charity shop in Uttoxeter's High Street, for new premises as their lease on the current venue has come to an end. One shopper, who wished not to be named, told the Times & Echo that she has written to the trustees of the charity asking them to reconsider their apparent decision to close the store, after she has heard it is closing on March 31.

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February 28, 2019

Parking charges get the go ahead

COMMUNITY leaders have vowed to fight against proposals to introduce on-street parking in Cheadle town centre. We reported in January that Staffordshire County Council was considering possible on-street parking charges in Cheadle, as well as in a number of other towns across the county. The authority has now confirmed that those proposals have now been passed, and that there will be a “rolling programme” to instigate the schemes up to 2022.

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May 3, 2018

Discovery Centre closure shock

CHEADLE Discovery Centre closed its doors for what could be the final time last week.

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April 19, 2018

Makers market key to plans to revive High Street facility

PLANS have been revealed to launch a makers market in Cheadle town centre.

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February 23, 2018

Popular barbers set to celebrate two years in town

BUSINESS is booming for a Cheadle barber shop preparing to celebrate its second anniversary in the town.

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February 15, 2018

Teen stabbed in chip shop fracas

A TEENAGER has been stabbed in the street after an altercation outside a Cheadle chip shop.

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