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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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Chester’s first eco-convention pulls in the crowds

Chester’s first eco-convention pulls in the crowds

CHESTER’S first ever eco-convention, held by Sustainable Blacon, has been hailed a ‘fantastic success’.

Michael Owen cuts the ribbon on new equine centre at his Malpas stables

MORE than 350 people turned out to see Michael Owen officially open a new equine centre at his Malpas horse stables.

Chester mums unite to raise money for family who gave up work to look after sick son

Chester mums unite to raise money for family who gave up work to look after sick son

CONCERN for a friend with a seriously ill child compelled a group of close pals to start a huge fundraising campaign to provide support in her hour of need.

Abbey Gate College in Chester raises incredible £20,000 for Save the Family

TWO years of fundraising paid off as Abbey Gate College smashed its target of raising £20,000 for Save the Family.

Lord Mayor of Chester launches Cheshire Poppy Appeal

Lord Mayor of Chester launches Cheshire Poppy Appeal

A POIGNANT ceremony officially launching this year’s Poppy Appeal has taken place in Chester.

Lord Mayor of Chester launches Cheshire Poppy Appeal

Lord Mayor of Chester launches Cheshire Poppy Appeal

A POIGNANT ceremony officially launching this year’s Poppy Appeal has taken place in Chester.

Energy Awareness event to be held at Barbour Institute

RESIDENTS in Tattenhall will get the chance to learn more about saving on their fuel costs at an energy awareness event at the Barbour Institute on November 10.

Tips for Cheshire residents on how to save money and energy

WITH winter fast approaching, the Energy Saving Trust is offering some tips on how to make sure you don’t waste energy and that your bills don’t go through the roof:

Lord Mayor of Chester launches Cheshire Poppy Appeal

A POIGNANT ceremony officially launching this year’s Poppy Appeal has taken place in Chester.

Tips for Cheshire residents on how to save money and energy

WITH winter fast approaching, the Energy Saving Trust is offering some tips on how to make sure you don’t waste energy and that your bills don’t go through the roof:

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