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No more new homes until plan is approved

16 April 2015

 Holmes Chapel Parish Council has called for Cheshire East Counci...


Sandbach’s late show

26 January 2017

Sandbach United were far from their best, but still ground out an impo...


Sandbach Striders Running Club

26 January 2017

This week, Striders took part in five different parkruns and an inaugu...


New WI group is bidding to woo a younger generation

26 January 2017

A new Women’s Institute group has been established in Sandbach i...


Traffic management survey funds needed

26 January 2017

Cranage councillors agreed to contact two neighbouring parishes and re...


Car stolen as driver is knocked unconscious

26 January 2017

Police are hunting two men after a 24-year-old man was attacked and kn...


Last minute penalty earns Bach a point against league leaders

26 January 2017

Sandbach made several changes from the previous week due to injury and...


10-man Curshaws manage a draw

26 January 2017

Due to last minute withdrawals, Sandbach Curshaws started the game wit...


Sandbach unravels Grizzlies’ defence

26 January 2017

On a freezing wintry afternoon Congleton Vets welcomed local rivals Sa...


Offley pupils given a safer route to school thanks to rugby club

26 January 2017

The headteacher of Offley Road Primary has praised the efforts of a gr...


Scouts launch buy a brick scheme to raise last £50k

26 January 2017

The 1st Goostrey Scout Group has launched an appeal to raise the final...


Spring fair gets green light after assurances are given on safety

26 January 2017

The spring fair planned for Sandbach has been given the green light af...


Residents would have to pay as police offer an additional PCSO

26 January 2017

Councillors have been asked to consider the implications of paying for...


Alternative jobs found ahead of store closure

26 January 2017

Workers at a Sandbach store have been found “alternative roles&r...


Squash players hit the wall over court closures

26 January 2017

Sandbach squash players hit the wall when they discovered there were p...


School cuts could mean pupils study from home

26 January 2017

The headteacher at Holmes Chapel Comprehensive said he would not rule ...


End of an era for fruit and veg stall

02 February 2017

The remaining members of a family business that spanned 80 years and e...


Football club’s new stand scores with town councillors

02 February 2017

Town councillors have backed plans for Sandbach United’s first-e...


Sandbach Striders Running Club

02 February 2017

Striders took part in four chilly Parkrun events this weekend and two ...


Too little, too late for 1st XV

02 February 2017

A failure to score when on top and basic mistakes, were critical in Sa...


Golf club seeks planning consent for five holiday lodges built one year ago

02 February 2017

A local golf club has been forced by Cheshire East Council to submit a...


Peace shattered by armed siege in Ettiley Heath

02 February 2017

Armed police laid siege to an Ettiley Heath house on Saturday after a ...


Health centre’s £107,000 to spend, but on what?

02 February 2017

A question mark hangs over what overstretched Holmes Chapel Health Cen...


Developers should not ‘ride rough shod’ over you, council warned

02 February 2017

A Wheelock Heath resident has called for Cheshire East Council not to ...


Striker Josh is spot on for below-par Sandbach

09 February 2017

SANDBACH UNITED 1,  AFC BLACKPOOL 0. One of the hallmarks of a ...


Residents take a swing at golf club over holiday lodges plan

09 February 2017

Malkins Bank residents have taken a swing at golf club executives for ...


Headteacher seeks a fair slice of the ‘funding pie’

09 February 2017

A Sandbach headteacher has claimed his primary school is not getting a...


Farmer’s safety fear over plan for roundabout

09 February 2017

Plans for a replacement roundabout near junction 17 of the M6 have bee...


Cycle group gets cash to produce an updated map of area’s routes

09 February 2017

A popular Sandbach cycling body has received £450 from the town ...


Freight firm expands and allays fears of a slump after Brexit

09 February 2017

A successful Holmes Chapel freight firm has expanded its business, whi...


Plan to create a bar in listed building wins town council backing

09 February 2017

A proposal to revamp a grade II listed Sandbach building and turn it i...


Town clerk’s hands tied by new regulations

09 February 2017

Sandbach Town Council’s robust new financial regulations have pr...


Plans to improve path that links town centre and railway station

09 February 2017

Residents, including those in new homes, could benefit from an improve...


Residents invited to view sand extraction plans

09 February 2017

Minerals firm Sibelco has invited residents to view its plans for sand...


Council payments to community groups will be investigated

16 February 2017

Payments in excess of £14,500 to community groups by Sandbach To...


Campaigners told to resubmit sand quarry objections

16 February 2017

Campaigners fighting the planned Goostrey  quarry will be forced ...


Overspend on town hall refurbishment probed

16 February 2017

An investigation into the Sandbach Town Hall refurbishment, that cost ...


Residents can monitor hospital waiting times on campaign website

16 February 2017

Sandbach residents can “track the crisis” within the NHS a...


Smart motorway delay

16 February 2017

Sandbach commuters could face further chaos as improvements to the M6 ...


Village’s new £50,000 skate park is on track to be open by Easter

16 February 2017

Holmes Chapel skateboarding fanatics will soon be enjoying a new &poun...


Friends ready for epic charity cycle ride from London to Amsterdam

16 February 2017

Three friends have taken on an “epic challenge” to cycle f...


Groups not informed about first spring fair

16 February 2017

Organisers of Sandbach’s first spring fair have been criticised ...


Sandbach United U14 in cup final

16 February 2017

Sandbach United U14 Youth team came out on top in the League Cup semi-...


Fire could have been deliberate

16 February 2017

Arsonists are believed to have started a blaze involving a roof terrac...


No mistake second time around for Sandbach

16 February 2017

Sandbach United made the most of a stroke of a good fortune as they be...


Sandbach U18 girls land derby double over Alex

16 February 2017

Sandbach United girls completed a double over Crewe Alexandra in a big...


Fears countryside will be ‘destroyed’ if sand quarry gets go ahead

23 February 2017

Fears the countryside could be “destroyed” and concerns ab...


Rising costs have killed popular race

23 February 2017

A race dubbed the country’s “toughest and steepest” ...


Residents are urged to vote in plan referendum

23 February 2017

A group of volunteers have delivered almost 2,500 leaflets to resident...


Businesses are named and shamed for not paying minimum wage

23 February 2017

Sandbach and Holmes Chapel businesses have been named and shamed for p...


Sandbach win ugly in push for promotion

23 February 2017

SANDBACH UNITED 2  ST HELENS TOWN 1...


Roundabout safety ‘given a great deal of consideration’

23 February 2017

The designer of the planned replacement roundabout at junction 17 of t...


Parents’ anxious wait as body is found in Crete

23 February 2017

The family of a Sandbach man, who went missing in Crete 12 years ago, ...


‘Luxury’ homes plans after sale of council land

23 February 2017

Executive “bespoke” homes are planned for Sandbach after C...


Gas generator plan to replace diesel version

23 February 2017

Plans to build a new diesel powered generator plant on Sandbach farmla...


Leo quits glamour film job to become air traffic controller

02 March 2017

Travelling the world making films may sound like a glamorous life to m...


Long-serving parish councillor quits post

02 March 2017

A family’s “delight in causing problems for residents&rdqu...


Tip closure on hold amid plan for extra costs

02 March 2017

An under-threat public tip has been given a temporary reprieve after c...


Missing man Steven Cook’s remains found

02 March 2017

Skeletal remains found down a well in Crete have been identified as th...


Waiting for impact of business rates rise

02 March 2017

Uncertainty hovers over the impact on Sandbach firms of a planned busi...


Promotion hopes blown off course by Storm Doris

02 March 2017

On a day when Storm Doris forced postponements in eight of the 10 fixt...


Housing development rejected after council gets 300 objections

02 March 2017

An application for a “speculative, unwanted and unplanned”...


Village pub raises more than £4,000 for Scouts

02 March 2017

The new Scout hut and youth centre in Goostrey received a further &pou...


Sandbach girls snapped up by professional clubs

02 March 2017

Sandbach United have five former girl players at professional clubs&rs...


Black belt Sophie is golden girl of martial arts at the age of 11

09 March 2017

A Sandbach girl, with a black belt in tae kwon do, has struck gold twi...


Vote for plan and more say on village’s future

09 March 2017

Holmes Chapel residents are being urged to head to the polling station...


New scrutiny for councillors over missed meetings

09 March 2017

Sandbach town councillors could face further public scrutiny if the pl...


Work underway on £46,000 skate park

09 March 2017

Work has started on a £46,000 skate park in the grounds of Holme...


Cranage residents will have the final say on sale of The Paddock

09 March 2017

A decision to sell land, put aside for Cranage residents, will only be...


Volunteers and funds needed as guide dog charity issues appeal

09 March 2017

A charity covering Holmes Chapel has appealed for volunteers and funds...


Another big point in the pursuit of play-off place

09 March 2017

Sandbach United more than matched City of Liverpool FC on Tuesday in t...


Boris treble sees Sandbach close in on cup-final place

09 March 2017

A hattrick from Boris Melingui at Holker Old Boys on Saturday put Sand...


Call for developers to stump up money for better cycle routes

09 March 2017

Major housing developments across the borough need to contribute towar...


Resilient Sandbach snatch late victory

09 March 2017

Sandbach snatched a dramatic late victory against high-flying Sheffiel...


Sandbach Striders Running Club

09 March 2017

Mad Dog 10k Four Striders took part in this race along the Southport ...


Coyles lands England job

09 March 2017

Former Sandbach United first-team coach Andy Coyles has been appointed...


Back to drawing board for council over better public engagement

16 March 2017

Members of a Sandbach Town Council sub-committee have been told to ret...


Purse strings may be loosened so clerk can pay routine bills

16 March 2017

Sandbach Town Council’s new robust financial regulations could b...


Frustrating draw leaves Bach in relegation battle

16 March 2017

SYSTON 20 SANDBACH RUFC 1ST XV 20 ...


Cutting out payroll ‘middleman’ will save council cash

16 March 2017

In a bid to “cut out the middleman”, Sandbach Town Council...


Paul has final watch after 42 years as an on-call firefighter

16 March 2017

The former watch manager at Holmes Chapel fire station has put out the...


Luck deserts plucky Sandbach girls’ side

16 March 2017

SANDBACH UTD U18 GIRLS 0 RYLANDS 4...


Kaylee’s treble helps girls reach cup final

16 March 2017

SANDBACH UTD U15 GIRLS 4 DAVENHAM 3  (after extra time)...


Plan to publish attendance data is put on hold

16 March 2017

A plan to publish Sandbach town councillors’ attendance records ...



Oliver is a cut above the rest after growing hair for charity

23 March 2017

A rugby loving 10-year-old, who plays in Sandbach, is tackling his big...


‘No ifs or buts, you can stick your funding cuts’

23 March 2017

More than a thousand people from across east cheshire took to the stre...


Great-grandfather who died after being knocked down was a ‘lovely fella’

23 March 2017

Relatives of a great-grandfather who died after being struck by an all...


A welcome for town signs

23 March 2017

The new town entry signs that cost £8,000 have been installed in...


No Pizza Express

23 March 2017

Rumours that a former Sandbach wine bar had been sold to a national re...


Sandbach scrape through to first division cup final

23 March 2017

Sandbach United will play a cup final in their debut season in the Hal...


Fears free school bus may be axed if path to school is repaired

23 March 2017

There are fears that if Cheshire East Council repairs a Cranage footpa...


New stand completes ground improvements

23 March 2017

Sandbach United have completed £50,000 worth of ground improveme...


Found guilty of a ‘vicious’ assaults on former partner

23 March 2017

A Sandbach man who was found guilty of “viciously” attacki...


Gearing up to put cycling on the east Cheshire map

23 March 2017

Plans to double the number of people cycling in the borough have been ...