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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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Surplus food from Tesco has provided over 22,000 meals in Ellesmere Port

Ellesmere Port benefits from 20,000 meals under surplus food scheme

Community food club at Trinity Church involved

The car park by Asda in Ellesmere Port

Ellesmere Port town centre car parks provide 'disjointed' service

Major report unveiled into parking provision in Ellesmere Port, Neston and Parkgate

Ellesmere Port college hosts awards evening

Students at South and West Cheshire College have shown outstanding commitment and dedication

Cheshire West and Chester Council are targeting empty homes in the borough. Photo credit: Gareth Fuller/PA Wire

Councillor backs move to improve housing standards for private tenants

Aim is to distinguish between good landlords and letting agents from bad ones

Ellesmere Port firm Moorcroft Construction has hit the £5m mark following contract successes

Ellesmere Port firm hits the £5m mark and adds to workforce

Turnover at Moorcroft Construction more than doubles in two years

Ellesmere Port is to recreate the town's popular bike carnivals of the early 1900s

Ellesmere Port to recreate 1900s bike carnival this weekend

Traffic free route arranged to the town's waterfront boat museum for event on July 9

Malpas primary school to expand despite traffic fears

Approval given to plan which will add 100 more pupils to Malpas Alport Primary

Ellesmere Port's council houses under new management

But new operator ForHousing says it's business as usual for tenants

The Acorns primary and nursery school in Pooltown Road, Ellesmere Port

Ellesmere Port playgroup to close after critical Ofsted report

Heathfield Playgroup will shut at the end of the summer term

Parkgate Carnival taking place to enable charity Northern Lights to thank the community for helping to send sick children to Santa, usually in Lapland, for 30 years

Neston children's charity thanks community with a carnival

Support has enabled over 500 sick children to see Santa in the far north over 30 years


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