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EWES (252): top price £100 apiece, up to £110 paid for a en of Texel cross from Mr Venables of Lower Withington with Robert Lowe of Rudyard realising £108 and Mr Venables £107 and £106 for a further two ens of Texel cross. Four other lots of ewes sold for over £100 apiece with the minimum price eing £16 for some plain small horned ewes; (was an excellent £63.10p per head. There were 16 Rams on offer to produce an (of £82.13 and a top of £100
aid for a Texel cross ram from Mr Bullock of Wincle and for a Suffolk cross and for four rams.
DAIRY CATTLE (69): A tremendous entry at the Leek July pedigree sale saw a second calver top the day at £2,010. Meldamar Eddison Jilly 17 by Meldamar Eddison had given 6284kg as a heifer and boasted an EX90 dam and EX93 grand dam. A strong entry of heifers eaked at £2,000 with a second at £1,900. Both went to Messrs Fernyhough of Swythamley. A smart entry of in-calf heifers eaked at £1,510 for a Durham Atlas daughter due in October. Averages: 1st quality heifers to £2,000 (£1,803); 1st quality cows to £2,010 (£2,010); 2nd quality heifers to £1,680 (£1,510).
STORE CATTLE: Limousin ulls to £548 (8 months plus) with Limousin heifers at £438 (12 months).
CALVES (127): A very good show of 127 calves met fewer uyers but trade was better than ever. An entry of Simmentals attracted keen bidding for best sorts with a top of £302 with 16 averaging £263.25p. In the Limousin a shapely bull from J and W Knight of Horton sold to £308. Blue Bulls peaked at £296. In the heifer section Blues sold to £258. Black and whites were of better quality in gen-
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eral with Friesian types being briskly bid for and reaching £170 and Holstein to £178. Bulls: Friesians £170 (£89); Holsteins £178 (£79); Angus £232); Herefords £240 (£196); Montbeliarde £150 (£131); Limousin £308 (£235); Simmental £302 (£263); Blues £296 (£252). Heifers: Holstein £34; Angus £175; Hereford £187 (£162); Montbeliarde £155); Limousin £206 (£187); Simmental £236 (£203); Blues £258 (£225).
PRODUCE: A load of 180 conventional bales of winter barley straw, weighing 2.36 tons, sold to spirited bidding for £340.
CALVES (192): the 139 bull calves averaged £115.24 and 53 heifer calves £172.30.
A similar entry of calves met an improved trade to a top price of £335 for a Belgian Blue heifer. Blue bulls also sold to £335.
Bulls: Holstein x (59): (£46.46) to £120; Friesian (6): (£74.33) to £120; Hereford (2): (£175) to £180 (Allostock); Red (56): (£370) to £48 (Astbury); Limousin x (14): (£269.14) to £305 (Lach Dennis); Limousin x (14): (£175.36) to £272; Blonde D’Aquitaine x (2): (£309) to £320; Shorthorn (8): (£41.25) to £90; Brown Swiss (6): (£221) to £265 (Betchton); Brown Swiss (2): (£65.33) to £105 (Haslington); Montbeliarde (2): (£169) to £258; Swedish Red (1): to £42.
Heifers: Hereford (3): (£86.67) to £114; Hereford (12): (£124) to £155 (Siddington); Charolais x (1): to £270; Simmental x (16): (£208) to £270; Limousin x (15): (£128.60) to £118 (Marton).
HEADS OF POULTRY (1,444): Prices: Silkies £16; Sussex £18; wheaten Maran £28; Barnavelder £14.
BEEF BREEDING CATTLE (27): Prices: Parthenais cross Blue cows with Limousin cross heifer £1,110, £1,090; Blue cross cow with Limousin cross heifer £1,060, £970; Limousin cross cow with Limousin cross bull £970, £950.
DAIRY CATTLE (9): Bidlea sired heifers just edging the top spot at £1,880, against £1,840.
Prices: newly calved heifers to £1,880; Q1 £1,690; Q2 £1,325; heifer calves to £290.
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STORE CATTLE (70): forward steers hit the dizzy heights of £955 for Blues and some superb yearlings sold to £745.
Demand for suckler replacements took strong Blue heifers to £760 and £750, but the pick of the trade was for youngsters at £750.
Black and whites were harder to work given the time of year to £588 for 18-month-old Friesian types.
Prices: British Blue x at 21 months old, £955; British Blue x at 24 months old £795; Simmental x at 25 months old £780; Simmental x at 23 months old £775; Limousin x at 12 months old £745.
Heifers: British Blue x at 23 months old, £760; Limousin x at 13 months old, £750; British Blue x at 20 months old, £750; Simmental x at 23 months old £580; Charolais x at 26 months old,
Bulls: British Blue x at 15 months old, £525; Aberdeen Angus x at 15 months old, £500.
PIGS (202): there were five cull sows, which averaged £156.11. Best sows to 73p (69.38p).
BUTCHERS’ PIGS (64): best gilts to 146p.
It was a real mixed entry with pigs from 28p. Best pigs a real trade but coloured and heavyweights less money. The 20 cutters sold to 146p (118.77p); 39 baconers to 140p (101.38p); 5 overweight to 77p (67.75p); the overall average was 102.47p.
Meanwhile the 131 store and breeding pigs met an easier trade for all weights. Coloured pigs were much harder to sell.
Prices: £52 at 36kg; £52 at 43kg; £50 at 41kg; £44 at 33kg; £35 (Pietrain) at 15kg.
In the breeding section, in-pig gilts sold for £290.
STORE AND BREEDING SHEEP (35): the 11 mule ewes with 20 lambs at foot to £124. A few store lambs a good trade to £63.
Shearling: Texel x to £142 (£120); Suffolk x to £134 (£124); mule to £128 (£120); Scot half bred to £126 (£118); Texel threeyear-old rams to 300gns; Texel two-year-old rams to 280gns.
LOADS OF FARM PRODUCE (6): a drop of rain was welcomed by grass farmers, but prevented the start of the 2010 cereal harvest in this area. The result was a small entry of only six loads but a very keen trade for all commodities. Small bale new season hay topped at £150 per tonne with big bale at £110 per tonne. New season barley straw achieved a top price of £104 per tonne with old straw at £90.
EGGS (1,525 DOZEN): plenty of cheap eggs at even less money than the previous week. Even free range were less.
Prices: barn: large 88p; medium 60p; small 54p; free range: extra large £170-£1.90; large £1-£1.30. Others: 84½ dozen duck eggs £1-£1.50; 17 turkey eggs 40p.
POTATOES (307 BAGS): 278 bags of new Cheshire potatoes £4.50-£7.50 (£5.50); mids £2-£2.50; The tastier varieties do attract a premium. The wet weather had resulted in more soil being sold.
Bard to £4.50-£7.50; accord £4.50-£5; Ulster prince £4.50-£5; Wilja £5.
VEGETABLES (2,958): another good entry met a fair demand for the good quality veg on offer. New season entry of leeks 40 per lb. First of the marrows. A total entry of 1,618 cauliflowers with one vendor selling 904 to average 33p each. Another vendor sold 756 bunches of carrots to avera e
Prices: cabbage: Savoy x 10 £2.25; hispi x 10 £2; spring x 10 £2; summer x 12 £1.50; carrots bunch 45p; carrots x 10; £4; beetroot bunch 40p; courgettes x 10lb £2; Kohi rabi x 6 £2.75; Calabrese x 6lb £2.50; lettuce: Cos x 12 £1.75; Lollo x 8 £2; webb x 12 £1/50; mixed x 6 £2.75; gem x 15 £1.50; broccoli x 10lb £1.75-£4; peas x 10lb £5; broad beans x 10lb £4.50; marrow 80p each; leeks x 10lb £5.50.
CULL COWS, BULLS AND OTM CATTLE (79): the 51 black and white cows from £184.40 to £710.52 (£417.99).
Breed prices: Limousin x at 740kg to 117p or £865; Holstein x at 764kg to 93p £710.52; Limousin x at 624kg to 113p or £705.52; Friesian at 824kg to 93p or £705.12; Hereford at 642kg to 101p or £648.42; Sussex x at 828kg to 75kg or £621.
Steer: Holstein x at 666kg to 110p or £732.60.
Cull cows: Holstein x (38): (68.36p) to 93p; Friesian (13): (70p) to 97p.
BUTCHERS’ SHEEP (805): the 574 new season lambs sold to 187p (39kg) Texel crosses from Messrs G and M Platt, Gawsworth.
Averages (all weights): lambs: premium to 187p (181p); prime to 178p (170p); others 160p (156p).
The 227 cull ewes and rams averaged £51.60. Charollais to £100; Suffolk to £87, £86, £83; Texel £83, £82.
BUTCHERS’ CATTLE (49): Andy Gibbons topped both the steer and heifer tables at 173p and 179p respectively and both grossing either side of £1,000. Most prime quality animals were around the late 30s to early 40s with the higher proportion of cattle in the third division an obvious effect on the averages.
Steers (19): to 173p (126.49p); heifers (6): to 179p (145.95p); bulls (24): to 160p (125.59p); overall average (74): 128.43p.
Trees Cheshire East Council has received the following application relating to trees.
Congleton: Jane Bates, for land adjacent to 25, Kestrel Close, fell sycamore and prune oak.
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Latest plans before council Cheshire East Council has received the following planning applications:
Alsager: Barry Lease, Christchurch School House, 37, Church Road, alteration to site access and boundary treatment; Mr T Talbot, Woodcroft, 16, Lodge Road, single-storey rear extension and extension to conservatory to rear; Mr Tucker, 66, Audley Road, provision of pitched roofs over existing flat roof areas; Senate Training, Senate House, 81, Crewe Road, change of use from residential to office, business training and dance class accommodation.
Congleton: Mr and Mrs D Hollinshead, 69, Moss Road, proposed first floor front, side and rear extensions; Mr and Mrs J Proudlove, The Cottage, Castle Inn Road, erection of two replacement dwellings; Mr Britton and Mrs Wilson, Throstle’s Nest House, 29, Buxton Road, proposed double garage; Mr Machin, 94, Park Lane, first floor extension to form additional bedroom with en-suite facility, alteration to existing bathroom together with single-storey ground floor garden room; Mr Watson, 3, Leigh Road, proposed front extension to include new porch and increase size of garage.
Rainow Road, residential extension of existing dwelling known as Silve Birches comprising of a change of use of food catering preparation place; Mr Vyse, High Winds, Under Rainow Road, conservatory; Tesco Stores, Barn Road, provision of new entrance lobby, installation of a rainwater harvesting system, air conditioning and an automated gate to the service yard; United Utilities, Grasmere House, First Floor, Lingley Mere Business Park, Lingley Green Avenue, Great Sankey, Warrington, for land north east of 46, Dane Street, slope stabilisation works following burst wate main in locality. Works comprise removal of glass houses, clearing debris, temporary access ramp, cutting terracing, forming cabion baskets at base of slope, filling bankings with integral reinforcement.
Holmes Chapel: Miss Hughes, 10, Condliffe Close, for 28a, London Road, change of use of first floor solicitors offices into beauty salon; Mr A Fernando 5, Elgin Avenue, side extension and partial garage conversion; Mr Haslam, 82, Chester Road, replacement o existing conservatory with a brickbuilt single-storey rear extension; Tatton Property Investments, fo 40, London Road, rear extension and refuge storage area.
Holmes Chapel: John Pattison, 94, Macclesfield Road, exterior stairs and first floor extension to garage to form home-working office for home-owner; Mr P Ford, Bellfields Farm, Marsh Lane, demolition of existing outbuildings and construction of steel-framed shed.
Middlewich: Centec, The Science Park, Brooks Lane, variation to detail of previous approval for weatherscreen and roof over, tank installation with associated work and access bridge to existing.
Rural: Darren Pryor, land adjacent Trent and Mersey Canal, Alsager Road, Betchton, construction of four new stables with implement shed, conversion of one existing stable to reception office and extension of surfaced area plus use of stable for livery by others than the applicant; David Leech, Cherry Lane Farm, Cherry Lane, Church Lawton, new agricultural dwelling; Heather Newton, Gawsworth Scout Hall, Church Lane, Gawsworth, non-material minor amendment to plan for replacement Scout hall; Mr and Mrs Mallett, 152, Main Road, Goostrey, porch to front extension, ground floor extension to rear, and elevation roof works to rear roof; Mr K Trevelyan, 106-108, Station Road, Scholar Green, conservatory/singlestorey extension; Mr S Robb, Croft House, Smethwick Lane, Brereton, demolition of existing house, office and garage and construction of new dwelling; Mr Tadman, 3, Brownlow Hall Mews, Brook Lane, Brownlow, create a new window adjacent to existing one in bedroom; Mrs Holford, 120, Beech Avenue, Rode Heath, proposed side extension and minor internal alterations to dwelling; Richard Durkin, Old Police Cottage, Dark Lane, Gawsworth, two-storey rear extension, new garage to replace existing store; Roger Bennett, St Luke’s Church, Church Bank, Goostrey, repairs to tower and modification/re-glazing to ocular windows; Terra Nova Preparatory School, Macclesfield Road, Twemlow, proposed door opening.
Sandbach: Barr Estates, HLL Humberts Leisure, Western Park, Elton Lane, application for removal or variation of a condition following grant of planning permission; Mrs Carter and Mrs Giller, land in front of 119 and 121, Abbey Road, construction of a vehicular crossing over grass verge from houses 119 and 121 Abbey Road onto Abbey Road; Mrs Rusling, 1, Offley Avenue, rear extensions and extension to garage.
Cheshire East Council has settled the following planning applications: Approved with conditions
Alsager: Darren Bennett, 84, Sandbach Road North, demolition of existing single-storey attached side building, and a new side and rear single kitchen extension; Mr Austin, 51, Edwards Way, extension into existing garage to form dining room.
Congleton: Mr and Mrs Beech, 67, Henshall Hall Drive, re-building existing sun lounge; Mr and Mrs Bennett, Silver Springs, Under
Rural: Ian Thorley, 11, Spruce Grove, Rode Heath, two-storey side extension and single-storey porch and canopy to front; J and S M Hocknell, Hollins Farm, Hermitage Lane, Cranage, concrete silage bunker 3m high made from pre cast concrete panels; Mr T Griffiths, Illidge Green Farm, Davenport Lane, Brereton, proposed lounge, utility and conservatory extension (extension to time limit of application); Scholar Green Primary Scholar Green, Congleton Road North, Scholar Green, an outdoo covered area for shade, cover and storage — for the use of the preschool and reception children.
Sandbach: Mr J King, 217, Heath Road, alterations and first floor extension on side; Mr P Galletley, Crownleaf Estates, fo 18, Welles Street, change of use of house to form two flats; M R Edwards, Alendale, Elton Road, first floor addition to side to provide a master bedroom with ensuite and an enlarged fourth bedroom with en-suite; Mr S Holmes, 8, Pickwick Close, proposed twostorey pitched roof side extension to dwelling; Mrs Ives, 31, Oakmere Close, rear single-storey extension; Ms K Masters, 2, Congleton Road, installation of two condenser units serving air conditioning systems.
Refused Alsager: Mr and Mrs Day, 20, Yew Tree Court, first floor extension over part of existing garage to provide improved living accommodation.
Congleton: Mr and Mrs Copestick, 7, The Moorings, two-storey side extension.
Rural: Miss E Mullinex, 19, Primitive Street, Mow Cop, replacement windows, balcony patio, alterations to porch and garage roof, general repairs and refurbishment; Mr H Tomlinson, Betchton Gardens, Newcastle Road, Betchton, removal of condition four on planning application relating to agricultural occupancy.
Approval not required Alsager: Patrick Redstone, Cresswellshawe Farm, Sandbach Road North, barn/farm implement store.
Rural: University of Manchester, for Bridge Farm, Bridge Lane, Goostrey, steel-framed agricultural building.
Withdrawn Rural: Heather Newton, Gawsworth Scouts Hall, Church Lane, Gawsworth, replacement Scout hall — non-material amendment fo permission. The Chronicle, Thursday, 29th July, 2010. www.chronicleseries.co.uk
Workers who lost their jobs await compensation ruling
Twenty-four workers who lost their jobs when a Congleton vehicle-
uilding firm ceased trading are seeking up to a total of £72,000 com-
ensation because of a lack of consultation over the impending closure.
They could receive up to an average of £3,000
nder employment law. Details of the claims for rotective awards — the legal term for compensation for the lack of consultation between employees, management and union representatives were revealed at a Birmingham Employment Tribunal hearing on Friday.
The 24 claimants had een employed by the now defunct Boalloy Fastruck odies of Congleton, said their legal representative,
He said the management had failed to hold consultation talks with the employees over the impending closure and they now sought protective awards.
Tribunal judge David Dimbylow said the claims would have to be heard at another hearing later this year.
Mr Dimbylow then dealt with the compensation claims for redundancy pay by 11 former Boalloy workers.
Their claims were rejected after Bob Blakemore, representing the Secretary of State for Business Innovation — formerly the Department of Trade and Industry — objected against the Government paying the redundancy payments.
He said: “The 11 former employees have, in effect, not lost their jobs because there was a takeover of the Boalloy firm by Stratford Vehicles and the 11 were all given jobs.
“They are doing the same type of work on the same site for the same customers, admittedly at a reduced level, and their jobs have been virtually continuous.
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“An outsider would see no difference at the site, except for the change of name.”
Mr Dimbylow agreed there had been a take over by Stratford Vehicles and rejected the redundancy claims.
A tribunal spokesman said later that under employment law,
employees were entitled to up to £250 a week protective awards, paid by the Government, covering up to 90 days in some cases.
Mr Keenan said that the 24 claimants were hoping for the maximum awards. Those could total £72,000.
NHS chief exec resigns Mid Cheshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust has announced that its chief executive, Phil Morley, is to resign, following his appointment as chief executive of Hull and East Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust, one of the country’s 10 biggest.
Mr Morley has been with the Cheshire trust for five years, and its chairman, John Moran, said: “It is with much regret that I accepted Phil’s resignation but understand the pull of the challenge of working with such a large organisation as Hull and East Yorkshire NHS Trust.
tor of nursing, will step up as interim chief executive, with the support of Dr Paul Dodds, medical director, as her deputy.
“Tracy will be an excellent interim chief executive and, with the full assistance and backing of our strong executive team, will ensure the trust continues to move towards its goal of providing excellent care for all our patients and service users.”
The trust provides acute, maternity, child health services and intermediate care to a population of almost 300,000 living in Alsager, Congleton, Crewe, Sandbach, Winsford, Knutsford, Nantwich and Northwich.
“We have put in place interim arrangements to ensure the smooth running of our hospitals over the coming months, until the substantive appointment of a new chief executive, which may take up to six months.
Services are provided from Leighton Hospital in Crewe, Victoria Infirmary in Northwich and Elmhurst Intermediate Care Centre, Winsford.
“Tracy Bullock, currently deputy chief executive and direc
The trust employs approximately 3,300 staff.
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