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Rusty road signs not so welcoming

All signs pointed towards Biddulph's "tired looking" welcome displays getting an update this week, as quotes were sought for their replacements. The two signs that...

Parents hit back after school absences fine

A Biddulph couple have said they were "let down by the system" after being fined more than £1,000 for their daughter's school absences, despite...

Share of EU cash pays for heritage trail at Greenway

Close to £450,000 is to be invested in visitor facilities at three Staffordshire Country Parks – including one at Brindley Ford. Greenway Bank, as well...

Call for 20mph speed limits on Biddulph roads favoured by racing cars

Lobbyists are expected to call for 20mph zones to be implemented in Biddulph to prevent road accidents on "rat runs".The national 20's Plenty campaign,...

‘Wind and solar energy more suitable than hydro-power’

"There's lower hanging fruit to pick" in terms of cheaper forms of alternative energy sources, a Biddulph councillor said this week after another had...

Biddulph Town and parts of Cogleton now hardest hit by covid compared to rest of area

As the national infection rate for covid fell to 59 cases per 100,000 people, the latest figure as the Chronicle went to press, Congleton...

Local foodbanks see sharp rise in demand as covid bites hard

The number of people claiming universal credit to support low income increased by 50% from January to December in 2020, the organisers of a...

Warning to owners on danger of mixing dogs and livestock

Dog owners have been reminded to keep their pets on leads when walking close to livestock to help keep all animals safe. The message from...

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