ALTRINCHAM Court Leet’s Community Carol Service held at St Margaret’s Church last Thursday and conducted by the Rev Jerry Sutton, radiated with the spirit of Christmas.
FLIXTON historian, Steven Dickens, has come up with Altrincham Through Time, a collection of photographs about the development of Altrincham over a century.
AN Urmston family have decided to venture out and start their own upcycling and vintage shop – and the gamble is paying off.
TRAFFORD Labour Party has called for a special meeting about the controversial plans to declassify much loved green belt land in Flixton and erect 750 houses on part of the site.
ALTRINCHAM residents have been left scratching their heads after a well-known councillor ‘vanished’ from the political and public arena.
MAY we through your pages appeal to any of your readers who might have photographs of the Northenden War Memorial taken from its dedication in May 1921 to the time the railings and gates were removed during the Second World War for their scrap value.
A CONVICTED tax fraudster has been jailed after trying to steal from the public for a second time while still serving a suspended sentence.
BOWDON Youth Festival has cemented its reputation with a prestigious new appointment.
RESIDENTS are being warned about a gang of fraudsters purporting to be connected to Trafford Council and working with the probation service are operating in the borough – selling cleaning products.
BBC Radio Manchester will broadcast live from Altrincham market this Saturday.
FIREFIGHTERS tackled a blaze at a house in Timperley yesterday afternoon.
SALE Golf Club were once again excellent hosts for the 16th Joanne Morley Junior Challenge, which had a full field of under-16s boys and girls from across the region.
TRAFFORD Metrovicks’ season gets no easier in the season of goodwill as they face a tough run-up to Christmas.
ALTRINCHAM'S George Brennan continued his impressive start to his career as he overcame tricky opposition in his second professional contest.
MATT Downes secured bragging rights in his household, netting a hat-trick in Urmston Hockey Club second team’s emphatic 14-1 win against Prescot seconds.
THE latest round of the Manchester Amateur Cup saw two Lancashire and Cheshire Amateur League teams make it into the last eight, Old Stretfordians' third team the unlikely heroes.
TRAFFORD moved up into second place in the Evo-Stik League Division One North table following a comfortable 2-0 victory over Colne on Tuesday night.
ALTRINCHAM Kersal’s determination came to the fore once again as they won 15-6 at West Park St Helens.
A REAL Housewives of Cheshire star is set to launch Hale Barns' inaugural Christmas Market this weekend.