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David Norbury

David Norbury

David Norbury is a part time reporter for the Chester Chronicle and the Ellesmere Port Pioneer. He has a intricate knowledge of local government and the workings of the council. You can reach him on david.norbury@trinitymirror.com

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The new look Guilden Sutton Village Hall with the makeover completed

Chester village hall to launch its £95,000 makeover

Launch event will take place at new-look Guilden Sutton Village Hall on October 14

Campaigners from Ellesmere Port's National Leasehold Campaign who highlighted problems at a demonstration in Manchester

Ellesmere Port leasehold campaigners stage protest in Manchester

Activist Katie Kendrick led demonstration to increase awareness of the pitfalls of leaseholds to first time buyers

A dilapidated 1A Whitby Road, Ellesmere Port in 2012. The site, adjoining the listed former cinema on the left, is now to be redeveloped to create a memorial garden

Ellesmere Port war memorial to form part of stunning new gateway to town

Memorial plaque to be centrepiece of new garden at entrance to high street

Thumbs up from pupils at Cambridge Road Primary and Nursery in Ellesmere Port which continues to be a 'Good' school says Ofsted

Ellesmere Port school gains another thumbs up from Ofsted

Staff at Cambridge Road Primary are approachable and youngsters make good progress

Cheshire Oaks outlet village is hosting a wizard academy at half term

Budding Harry Potters can join Cheshire Oaks Wizard Academy this half-term

Shopping complex hosting a week of magical activity

BBC Radio 4's Gardeners' Question Time summer garden party returned to Ness Botanic Gardens as part of its 70th anniversary

Ness Gardens hosts 70th anniversary party for BBC Radio's Gardeners' Question Time

Tourist attraction is a regular venue for the ever popular Radio 4 programme

The new energy centre at the University of Chester's Thornton Science Park

University of Chester celebrates national league table success

The university is now in the top 50% out of the 129 participating institutions across the UK

Ellesmere Port pub The Grace Arms could be calling last orders

Plans for up to 42 apartments on the site have drawn criticism

The Ellesmere Port built Astra Sportwagon being launched by Holden in Australia

Ellesmere Port built Astra cars head down under

New kid on the block is packed with technology

The M&S destination store at Cheshire Oaks brought in over £10,000 for Macmillan in a month long campaign

Cheshire Oaks Marks and Spencer store brings in £10,000 for Macmillan

Month long campaign included coffee morning and Brave the Shave event

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