Category Archives: Funding

Cheshire launches a new identity for its dynamic programme of cultural events

The identity was unveiled at an outdoor event at Nunsmere Hall Hotel staged by the cultural programme partners, where guests had been invited to ‘expect the unexpected’ amongst a tantalising taste of what Cheshire’s cultural scene has to offer. Slant, the new umbrella brand name, highlights the fact that Cheshire offers an alternative way for…
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The Chester Grosvenor launches Not-for-Profit Packages

As Chester’s only 5* hotel and home to the only Michelin-starred restaurant in Cheshire, it is no surprise that The Chester Grosvenor hosts some of the finest events in the North West. Credentials of this level would ordinarily deter regional and national charities, however, The Chester Grosvenor, this week announces the launch of its Not-for-Profit…
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Cheshire East Council hails announcement of £215m boost for special needs education

Cheshire East Council has warmly welcomed the government’s decision to boost special needs education by £215m.   The local authority was delighted with this week’s announcement by Education Minister Edward Timpson, MP for Crewe and Nantwich, that £215m of capital funding is being made available nationally to improve services for children and young people with…
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Council confirms £10m highways improvements for Cheshire East

Cheshire East Council is to invest a further £10m in highway improvements over the coming year. The council’s approved budget for 2017/18 secured this highway investment programme to continue work to improve the condition of Cheshire East’s roads. The borough’s highways are the council’s biggest material asset, valued at £5 billion. An additional £35m of…
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