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New ‘bombshell’ over 750-home plan for quarry

18 December 2015

 Residents and councillors have been shocked by the “bombsh...


Campaigner wants ‘big clean up’ to rid town of dog poo

04 May 2017

An Alsager campaigner hoped the borough council would get involved wit...


Premier League star at Pikemere

04 May 2017

To celebrate the recent launch of the Premier League Primary Stars pro...


Memory café seeks to improve quality of life for dementia sufferers

04 May 2017

Alsager’s memory café, designed to be a “one-stop shop&rdq...


Developers would have to fund road crossings

04 May 2017

A campaigner fighting for new pedestrian crossings on roads used by &l...


Councillor chosen to fight general election

04 May 2017

Sandbach Coun Sam Corcoran has been selected to stand as Labour candid...


Warning to dog owners after pet badly savaged

04 May 2017

An Alsager resident is warning people to be wary of “dangerous d...


Unhappy councillor feels ‘victimised’

04 May 2017

An Alsager councillor has been left feeling “victimised” a...


Lives may be put at risk over ‘crazy’ request to measure pothole sizes

04 May 2017

Local residents could be putting their lives in danger over a “c...


Bullets’ season ends in damp squib at seaside

04 May 2017

Alsager Town’s final game of the Hallmark Security League, first...


Car park ‘disruption’ during Civic facelift

11 May 2017

Drivers using the Fairview car park may face some disruption during Al...


Green fields are under threat due to cost of developing brown land

11 May 2017

Demolishing an industrial site in Alsager designed to withstand the Na...


Civic users face levy

11 May 2017

People hiring Alsager Civic could have to pay an additional £10 ...


Allegation against town clerk prompts a review of future complaints

11 May 2017

An “allegation” against the town council’s acting cl...


Fire safety regulations at new bar remain a concern

11 May 2017

Councillors are still worried a newly opened bar could only have one s...


Lost something? Try the new lost property office

11 May 2017

Alsager now has an official lost property office. Anyone who has misp...


Lorry load of love for Syria’s young

11 May 2017

Volunteers from Alsager joined forces last Saturday morning to fill up...


Final say on quarry homes should not be taken by officers

11 May 2017

The borough council’s planning officers having the final say on ...


Divisions over call to give evidence at public inquiry

11 May 2017

Councillors remain divided as to whether the town council should give ...


New captains tee off

11 May 2017

The new captains of Alsager Golf and Country Club completed the tradit...


Council kerfuffle over the spending of £22

11 May 2017

The £22 cost of joining the Cheshire Playing Fields Association ...


Car park pothole repairs criticised by councillor

11 May 2017

Repair work carried out by the borough council is of such a low standa...


Get tough message as council vows to prosecute vandals

11 May 2017

Vandals who damaged gym equipment in Alsager would be prosecuted if ca...


Jobs blow as up to 90 face axe at BAE Systems

11 May 2017

Up to 90 jobs could be axed at an ammunitions factory on the outskirts...


A message to opponents of kennels plan

18 May 2017

The man behind plans to build 12 dog kennels in Radway Green   ha...


Sainsbury’s revive plans for Alsager supermarket

18 May 2017

A supermarket giant’s plans for an Alsager store, which could cr...


Safety campaigner accuses council of traffic lights u-turn

18 May 2017

A safety campaigner has accused the borough of back tracking on plans ...


Great War memorial must be returned to town says councillor

18 May 2017

A war memorial commemorating the workers of a long-standing Alsager fi...


Four hole-in-ones in a week!

18 May 2017

What a week it was for Alsager Golf and Country Club last week when fo...


Patrols from residents key to beating speed menace on the roads

18 May 2017

Alsager residents and Cheshire Police are working together to crackdow...


Sue finds an ally in bid to rid Alsager’s streets of dog poo

18 May 2017

A campaigner fighting the scourge of dog fouling in Alsager has welcom...


‘Ghetto’ fear over social housing plan at quarry

25 May 2017

Fears have been raised that a housing developer is trying to create a ...


Greenfield land stirs up a ‘toxic atmosphere’

25 May 2017

An Alsager resident resigned from a working group designed to shape de...


Rail enthusiast appeals for pictures of Jinty, an Alsager steam engine

25 May 2017

An avid rail enthusiast is appealing for information about a steam eng...


Councils are urged to unite and fight Arclid tip closure proposal

25 May 2017

Neighbouring councils in Alsager and Sandbach could join forces to app...


Long-serving pair vow to go ‘out with a bang’ before leaving council

25 May 2017

“Going out with a bang” was how Alsager Town Council stalw...


Resident wants public meetings recorded to promote ‘openness’

01 June 2017

Public meetings in Alsager could be recorded to promote “opennes...


Planners reject new kennels as ‘inappropriate’

01 June 2017

A proposal to build a block of kennels in Radway Green has been refuse...


Public footpath threat to new development

01 June 2017

A 350-home development on the outskirts of Alsager could be rejected d...


New blood is needed for Alsager branch of Royal British Legion to survive

01 June 2017

The Alsager branch of the Royal British Legion has appealed for younge...


Constitution agreed for town’s youth council

01 June 2017

Alsager Youth Council is one step closer to becoming a reality after a...


Traffic lights needed at accident hotspot

01 June 2017

Alsager councillors were concerned about the number of collisions on L...


‘Lots of tears’ on final day at Natwest branch

08 June 2017

This was the scene as a high street banking chain started to dismantle...


Income rises, but Civic made a loss

08 June 2017

Income at the Alsager Civic rose by 17% in the last financial year but...


Carnival under threat until bail out by council

08 June 2017

A popular community event in Alsager could have been cancelled due to ...


Complaint discussion at council is defended

08 June 2017

A councillor has opened up about how Alsager Town Council has dealt wi...


Residents still no ‘fan’ of Asda after being hit by new problems

08 June 2017

A group of residents hoped a visit from environmental health would spe...


Residents oppose homes on site of greenhouses

08 June 2017

A proposal to demolish the existing greenhouses and build three bungal...


Unfair for town council chairman to be left out of pocket, says Shirley

08 June 2017

The cost associated with being the council chairman should not discour...


Sharon’s birthday win

15 June 2017

Thirty-eight women from Alsager Golf and Country Club enjoyed lady cap...


Minister’s leap of faith for African orphanage

15 June 2017

An Alsager minister will be taking a leap of faith when he takes part ...


Refused plans for five homes going to appeal

15 June 2017

The future of five homes at Rectory Farm, Church Lawton, is due to be ...


Christian Aid house to house collections made over £4,800

15 June 2017

Alsager and Church Lawton Christian Aid Committees have thanked all th...


Trucker swaps four wheels for two on a huge charity cycle

15 June 2017

An Alsager trucker embarked on a lung-busting cycle through the United...


Parents urged to make £5 monthly pledge to school

15 June 2017

The headteacher at cash-strapped Alsager School has sent a letter to p...


Social media is used by angry residents to shame supermarket

22 June 2017

Angry Alsager residents vented their frustrations about a local superm...


Help to save ‘lifeline’ bus route appeal

22 June 2017

A proposed £1.6m cut to bus services across the borough has been...


Legal cost fears over quarry homes appeal

22 June 2017

Alsager councillors failed to reach a decision on making representatio...


Community stalwart has been honoured by Queen

22 June 2017

An Oakhanger community stalwart thought someone was playing a prank wh...


Residents take to social media to highlight their concerns about parking

22 June 2017

These are some of the pictures Alsager residents were driven to post o...


Students lose out for free transport due to a postcode lottery

22 June 2017

College students in Wales get free transport to Reaseheath College in ...


Parking restrictions to end school run chaos

22 June 2017

New parking restrictions could soon be introduced on three roads in Al...


Captain’s day hole-in-one

22 June 2017

The weather and the course were both “fantastic” for the a...


A very long day on the golf course for charity

22 June 2017

Four members from Alsager Golf and Country Club have completed the Mac...