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Carmella De Lucia

Carmella De Lucia

Reporter for the Chester Chronicle. Covering a huge range of subjects in her work, Carmella also runs the Women Today and the Nostalgia pages. She was highly commended in the O2 Media Awards 2013, 2014 and 2015 for North West Weekly Newspaper Journalist of the Year.

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Tattenhall man who almost died in car crash, swims in Great North Swim

A TATTENHALL man who was left inches from death after a car accident five years ago, has defied the odds by competing in a gruelling national swimming challenge.

Relief as planners reject Farndon 100-homes plan

FARNDON residents have breathed a sigh of relief after plans to build more than 100 homes in the village were overturned.

Train line to reopen for Helsby Railway Station’s anniversary celebrations

A NOSTALGIC train journey will run for the final time in Helsby this weekend, to mark 150 years of the village station.

Olympic champion Beth Tweddle opens Huxley and Hargrave summer fête

OLYMPIC medallist Beth Tweddle made a special return to her roots last weekend as she opened the Huxley and Hargrave village fête.

Friend’s tribute to young Ellesmere Port mum who died suddenly

THE close friend of a young mum who died suddenly a year ago took part in a gruelling cycle race in her memory.

Super slimmer mum from Malpas sheds pounds and gains new lease of life

AFTER Michelle Underwood gave birth to her second child 21 years ago, she always had issues with her weight.

Lions fund new hospice equipment

MEMBERS of the Chester, Ellesmere Port, Helsby & Frodsham Lions Clubs presented a cheque for more than £2,100 to the Hospice of the Good Shepherd.

Cat shod dead with air rifle on Ellesmere Port street

THE RSPCA are appealing for information after a beloved cat was shot with an air rifle gun in Ellesmere Port.

Olympic champion Beth Tweddle opens Huxley and Hargrave summer fête

OLYMPIC medallist Beth Tweddle made a special return to her roots last weekend to open the Huxley and Hargrave village fête.

Rural villages continue the fight against major hosuing developments in Malpas and Kelsall

TWO Cheshire villages remain firm in their opposition to several major housing developments that they say will ‘tear the heart out’ of their communities.

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