GILL Baker, from Sale, took this photograph of a rabbit in the lush green grass in the gardens at Dunham Massey.
GROUPS that organise monthly tea parties for isolated people aged 75 and over across the North West are struggling to find enough guests and volunteer drivers in Sale, the national charity Contact the Elderly said.
A CYCLIST has been left heartbroken after the bike which helped her on the path to recovery after a life-threatening illness had been stolen.
NOW that the Trafford has shown its preference to Remain (57.7% Remain) - what is Graham Brady's perspective as a Brexiteer?
A MAN armed with a machete has climbed onto the roof of a building Stretford.
QUEUING on the A56 is set to get even worse – Manchester Road will restricted to one lane in both directions as the penultimate phase of the improvement scheme begins.
Reading the letter from Simon Jones (‘They are at it again’ June 30) we wonder whether he went to the same Alma Mater as Tony and whether he had the same Professor of Physics.
A MESSENGER-backed fundraising drive, to help a 94-year-old man who was attacked in his home in Sale, is closing in on its target.
SUNRISE of Hale Barns threw open its doors on Care Home Open Day.
NEW research by the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) has found small business confidence at a four year low following the largest annual drop in the FSB Small Business Index (SBI) since it started in 2010.
ON July 2 and 3, a team of 58 Myerson staff and their friends and families are taking part in the National 3 Peaks Challenge to raise money for St Ann’s Hospice and Trafford Deaf Children’s Society.
‘VERY moving’: Young historians paid homage to the fallen on a recent trip to the First World War killing fields.
Last night, June 30, IWM North lit up to remember the thousands of men who would have been preparing for the first day of the Battle of Somme on July 1, exactly 100 years ago today.
STUDENTS from schools across Manchester gathered (last week) for a major sports day - and Altrincham Grammar School for Girls took first place.
ALTRINCHAM Rotary Club's annual Community Service Award has been awarded to Altrincham resident Sarah Walmsley.
SHOPPERS visiting Stretford Mall will now be able to park at the shopping centre free of charge for up to three hours.
GEOFF Allan has been a member at Ashton on Mersey Golf Club for 15 years.
ALTRINCHAM boss Neil Young has increased his attacking options for the new season by signing striker Danny Hattersley from FC Halifax Town.
A TIMPERLEY sports coach helped England to a silver medal at the Hockey Masters World Cup Men's Over-45 tournament in Australia.
BROOKLANDS Cricket Club's first XI enjoyed a comfortable win at home to Congleton to move to third in Cheshire County League Division Two.
BOWDON Under-12s rugby team got to share the Twickenham turf with World Cup winner Lewis Moody at this year’s Aviva Premiership Rugby final.
SALE Cricket Club's first XI edged a close game on Saturday and progressed in the Cheshire Cup on Sunday, beating Oxton 3-2 in a bowl-out.
AFTER defeating the league leaders last week, Stretford Cricket Club's first team had a nightmare batting performance and failed to chase a 100 target, falling four runs short at South West Manchester.
FLIXTON Cricket Club's first team have reached the quarter finals of the Greater Manchester Cricket League Archway T20 Cup.
ASHTON on Mersey consolidated their lead at the top of Cheshire Cricket League Division One with a crucial six-wicket win at second-placed Romiley.
ATRINCHAM'S Loose Change Buskers are taking part in Cancer Research UK's 'Right Now' radio campaign.
DESPITE being autistic, a beautiful 16-year-old girl from Flixton has become Miss Teen, Manchester in the Miss Teen Great Britain contest.
TWO taggers who ‘ruined’ Sale with graffiti have forked out for their crime.