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Blackpool Illuminations wins contract to light up Crewe town centre

Crewe is working with experts behind Blackpool’s world-famous Illuminations as it looks to give families from South Cheshire and beyond their ‘biggest and best’ festive lights display. Lumen, the hugely successful lights campaign which draws massive crowds to Municipal Square, will change format for 2020 and will instead be a spectacular trail round the town…
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Student fights the odds to gain children’s nursing degree.

For children’s nurse Stacey Bradley, studying for her degree was an especially tough and emotional experience. During the second year of her Children’s Nursing studies at the University of Chester, Stacey’s brother was diagnosed with a brain tumour. Juggling the demands of her studies and practice placements, while supporting her brother and family at such…
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Not too late to give your views on the Council’s Highways Service

There is still time to get involved and share your views on how the Council delivers its Highways Service, the public consultation closes on 30 August. Cheshire West and Chester Council launched a public consultation on 6 July asking for views on its Highways Service, which is responsible for assets in excess of £5 billion.…
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No Heritage Open Days this year

This year’s borough wide Heritage Open Days has been cancelled to help limit the possible spread of Coronavirus. The decision to sadly cancel this year’s event was taken by the Heritage Open Days committee, a partnership between Chester Civic Trust and Cheshire West and Chester Council. Councillor Louise Gittins, Leader of Cheshire West and Chester…
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