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THIS WEEK WE HAVE
Friday, 8th April - THE NANATEAS Stoke based trio band with brilliant songs with a bit of indie thrown in, awesome
Saturday, 9th April - ELI JAH CRAIG BAND
Country blues, acoustic rock and a bit of slide guitar
Sunday, 10th April - Acoustic Sessions wth Phil Maddocks Monday, 11th April - A one off - Gearjammer are on stage Having a practice and testing our new PA...Come down and enjoy this one off
CHESHIRE EAST BOROUGH COUNCIL
We have received the following applications: Major Development Application No: 11/0627C Applicant: Smallwood Storage Ltd. Location: Smallwood Storage Ltd., Moss End farm, Moss End Lane, Smallwood, Sandbach. Proposal: Demolition of Existing Buildings and Erection of 15 Dwellings and Associated Infrastructure Works. Application No: 11/0748C Applicant: Cranage Parish Council. Location: Land adjacent 5 Middlewich Road, Cranage, CW4 8HG. Proposal: Approval of Reserved Matters on Application 10/4189C. Listed Building Consent and Affecting the Setting of a Conservation Area Application No: 11/0411N Applicant: Mr. C. Andrews, The Mortgage Corner. Location: 20 High Street, Congleton, CW12 1BD. Proposal: Listed Building Consent for Change of Use from Empty Curtain Shop (A1) to Relocate Existing Mortgage Brokerage (A2) to ground floor. Form new Externa Door, relocate existing staircase and construct partition walls to form offices, toilet and kitchenette for business use. To first floor, construct partition walls to suite proposed altered floor plan and relocated staircase for domestic use. Application No: 11/0760C Applicant: British Waterways. Location: Lock No. 60, Trent and Mersey Canal, Betchton Road, Malkins Bank. Proposal: Listed Building Consent application for Replacement of Head Gate. Lock 60 comprises of a set of two locks, the metal gate head on the offside lock is to be replaced with a timber lock gate. Publicity in the Public Interest Application No: 11/0777C Applicant: O2/Vodafone. Location: Bromley Farm Community Centre, Edinburgh Road, Congleton. Proposal: 15m High Joint Operator Monopole Supporting 6No 3G Antennas and Associated Handframe (Total Height 18M AGL, Fir Green RAL 6009), 1 No. Vulcan Equipment Cabinet (1898 x 798 x 1648, Fir Green - RK 6009), 1 No. Meter Pillar (378 x 171 x 872mm, Fir Green RK 6009) and All Ancillary Development. Details of all planning applications and plans can be viewed online at www.cheshireeast.gov.uk/planning or at any office of the Council that has internet viewing facilities for the public. Anyone who wishes to make representations on any application can send them in writing, or by e-mail to Planning@cheshireeast.gov.uk by noon on 28th April, 2011, quoting the application number.
ADRIAN FISHER, Head of Planning and Housing, Cheshire East Borough Council, Town Hall, Macclesfield, SK10 1DP. C4859h
The following cases have recently been heard before South Cheshire Magistrates sitting in Crewe.
Amanda Murphy, (40), of 1, Matthews Place, Congleton, was fined £300 for failing to notify the Department for Work and Pensions that she had been living with her partner Iain Murphy as husband and wife, which would affect her entitlement to income support, and failing to notify Cheshire East Council, which would affect her housing benefit and council tax benefit. She was also ordered to pay £200 costs and a £15 victim surcharge.
Sarah Emma Jane Evans, (38), of 10, Wheelock Close, Alsager, was discharged conditionally for 12 months for disorderly behaviour while drunk at Crewe train station on 6th March.
Christopher Heyes, (22), of 35, Heathfield Drive, Bolton, was discharged conditionally for 12
months and fined £100 for damaging a Fiat Panda in Sandbach on 12th March. He was ordered to pay £85 costs.
Christopher Henry Meneghin, (50), of 13, Hamill Road, Burslem, was given a two-week prison sentence, to run alongside a current custodial sentence, for stealing wine costing £5.85 from Sainsbury’s in Crewe Road, Alsager, on 21st February.
Stephen Anthony McPhee, (20), of 32, Rigby Avenue, Crewe, was discharged conditionally for 18 months for using threatening, abusive or insulting behaviour.
Lee David Morris, (40), of 39, Chaucer Street, Royton, Oldham, was fined £300 and received a sixmonth driving ban for driving a Citroen Xsara on the M6 southbound at Sandbach without insurance on 9th October last year. He was ordered to pay £45 costs and a £15 victim surcharge.
Sports for all at leisure centre
Congleton Leisure Centre is to hold a multi-sport activities and coaching week from, Monday, 18th April, to Friday, 22nd April, from 10am - 3pm.
Visitors can try out a medley of sports ranging from football, cricket, short tennis, rounders and more.
Boys and girls aged 8-12 are welcome to attend and all children will receive a certificate. Qualified and CRB checked coaches will be on hand to offer expert advice with the emphasis on enjoyment.
The cost is £12 for one day or, £50 for the full week. Call 01270 529502 for bookings o information.
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New Lunchtime Menu Available
£5.50 ONE COURSE £7.50 TWO COURSES £9.50 THREE COURSES All new lunchtime menus available Monday - Saturday, 12.00 - 3.00 p.m. Normal menus also available at all times
Congleton Cricket, Hockey, Bowling and Social Club
MEETING FRIDAY, 15th APRIL, 2011
8.00 p.m. All eligible members are cordially invited
Making Sickness Compulsory
IAN R. CRANE
Internationally renowned campaigner is visiting Biddulph to give a talk on the threat to the availability of herbal and homeopathic medicines and organic foods due to new proposed legislation.
This includes compulsory cloned and GM foods.
DON’T MISS THIS VITAL TALK
Please see ianrcrane.co.uk SUNDAY, 10th APRIL, 7.00 p.m.
The Rainbow Lighthouse (Mission Hall) 4 Well Lane, Gillow Heath, Biddulph, Staffs., ST8 6QX.
1994 Marriage (Approved Premises) Act 2004 Civil Partnership Act Application for premises to be approved as a venue for civil marriage and civil partnership and civil partnership Notice is hereby given that I, Joh Collinson, have applied to Cheshire ast Council for approval to be give for the premises described below to be sed as a venue for civil marriage an civil partnership:
The Lion and Swan Hotel,
Swan Bank, Congleton,
CW12 1AH. The Application together with a pla of the premises that shows the precise location of the proposed ceremon oom(s) will be available for public inspection at:
The Register Office, Delamere House, Chester Street, Crewe,
CW1 2LL. Any person wishing to object to the Grant of Approval should write, stating he reasons for the objection, to The Superintendent Registrar, The Registe Office, Delamere House, Chester Street, Crewe, CW1 2LL. Please telephone 01270 375210 for further information. Objections should be made within 21 days. P4832h
Are you moving?
Are you, sadly, leaving us to live in another area? If so, you may want to contact the local newspaper there and have it sent to you to seek a house, or to advertise for something.
If so, we will be happy to help you. If you will contact us, we will give you the name and address of the newspaper which serves your area which is to be your new home.
Just contact the Editor, “Chronicle” Office, 11, High Street, Congleton (Tel: Congleton 273737), and your “old” local newspaper will give you an introduction to your new one.
TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING ACT 1990
FOX STRATEGIC LAND AND PROPERTY LTD.
LAND SOUTH OF MIDDLEWICH ROAD AND EAST OF
ABBEY ROAD, SANDBACH
An appeal (Ref: APP/R0660/A/10/2141564/NWF) is to be heard at 10.00 a.m. on 19th, 20th, 21st, 27th and 28th April, 2011, in the Long Gallery, The Oakley Centre, West Street, Crewe, CW1 2PZ. The appeal is to be dealt with by means of a Public Inquiry.
The appeal is against the decision of Cheshire East Borough Council to refuse planning permission 10/3471C for Proposed Residential Development of up to 280 Dwellings, Landscaping, Open Space, Highways and Associated Works.
Interested persons are invited to attend the Public Inquiry and, at the discretion of the Inspector, give their views. A copy of the appellant’s appeal statement and the Council’s statement are available to view online at www.cheshireeast.gov.uk/planning and at any office of the Council which has internet viewing facilities.
Adrian Fisher, Head of Planning and Housing, Cheshire East Borough Council Date: 7th April, 2011.
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www.staffsmoorlands.gov.uk Shire horse pulls in awards at his first ever contest
The Chronicle, Thursday, 7th April, 2011. www.chronicleseries.co.uk
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He’s got Styal: Mr and Mrs Edwards with their winning steed. (“Chronicle” photo. 1319/11).
A shire horse from Congleton was a galloping success at his first competition — one of the biggest shows in the country.
Judges at the Shire Horse Society Spring Show in Peterborough were so impressed with Styal Cavalier, stable name Indy, he cantered home with the three-yearold gelding class title, the est shod horse award and the society’s challenge cup for the junior champion gelding.
Owners Rebecca and Gareth Edwards, of Edinburgh Road, Congleton, were happy to be saddled with his success, as they had also never competed before. They went home with the Arthur Rule memorial award and the David Gill first time exhibitor award.
Mrs Edwards is a full-time mum of two young boys, and her husband is a bakery manager at Mandeville’s in
Mrs Edwards said: “We had no idea what to expect at the show and we had all sorts of teething problems at the start —Gareth took Indy into the ring and as he hadn’t done it before, he walked the wrong way around! So we were really surprised that he won.”
A Shire Horse Society spokesman said of the Edwards’s triumph: “It was quite an achievement for first time exhibitors. We quite like it when you get a strong show like that.”
Styal Cavalier’s sire is Ithersay Joseph, owned by Roy Hughes, of Marton.
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Students in dragons’ den
77% avoid CPR
A national survey of 2,784 people found that only 14% would act to administer CPR in an emergency, with the overwhelming majority of people (77%) opting to call 999.
A further 9% would ask for help from others, it was found.
The survey was commissioned by publisher DK and the UK’s leading first aid providers St John Ambulance, St Andrew’s First Aid and British Red Cross to mark national first aid awareness week (11th-15th April).
The students and their tutor with the Dragons (seated). Students from Macclesfield College in the higher diploma in business, administration and finance had their entrepreneurial skills put to the test recently in a Dragons’ Den style exercise.
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When presented in front of the panel, the dynamic team displayed an impressive performance.
The dragons were Cheshire Building Society branch manager Angela Davies, Mike Tomkins, non-executive chairman and former director of M&M Direct, and Sarah Ludford, business adviser at Business Link.
Mrs Davies said: “I was blown away by their professionalism. The whole team was excellent and a real credit to Macclesfield College. I really look forward to hearing how they get on.”
As part of their business enterrise unit, the students had to come up with a business idea that could be organised inside the college premises for two weeks. Their chosen business idea was
The students have already been advertising around the college for their business, which will be run between 4th and 14th April.
North West charity Curious Minds has announced that Arts Council England has chosen it to become one of 10 new national Bridge Organisations for arts and cultural work with children and young people. The new organisations will help make a range of arts and cultural experiences more accessible for children, young people and their families.
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