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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 Daniel Adamson steam ship restored with the help of a near £4m grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund

Ellesmere Port homecoming for historic steam vessel

Near £4m restoration sees former tug The Daniel Adamson become moving history

Happily Ever After, a children's play by Action Transport Theatre in which two princes fall in love, is on a national tour

Ellesmere Port theatre show jets off on national tour

Two princes fall in love in sparkling and memorable story

Students from West Cheshire College in Ellesmere Port during a visit to New York

Ellesmere Port college students go to New York

Business, retail and performing arts students enjoy a bite of the Big Apple

West Cheshire College students offered free bus travel

Full time learners aged 16-18 eligible for pass

An Ellesmere Port school will benefit from a £10,000 plus donation following fundraising by grateful mum Emma McCabe. The Dee Sign Choir at a family fun day

Ellesmere Port mum raises more than £10,000 as a thank you to daughter's school

Events included raffles, quiz, cakes and coffee and family fun day

Magenta Living has permission for 10 affordable one bed flats to help people into independent living on McGarva Way, Ellesmere Port

Ellesmere Port apartment complex gets the go ahead near former EPIC site

The project will help adults with low level mental health problems into independent living

House builders Redrow have made a £1,000 donation to Groves Athletic under 11s in Ellesmere Port. Manager of the U11s John Shaw (centre) with the team as well as Redrow NW’s finance director Julie Rafferty and Redrow NW sales director Jason Newton

Ellesmere Port junior football team scores with house builder

Donation allows club to provide kit, tracksuits, equipment and  and training gear

Neston barber Tony Collins (left) - who has handed over the business to daughter Emma after 33 years - with accountant Phil Bates

Neston barber hands over the business to next generation after 33 years

Daughter takes the reins and looks to shake things up a little

Parkgate burglary warning from Cheshire police

Incidents see car theft and industrial premises entered

Ellesmere Port mayor and mayoress Peter and Sharon Rooney with visiting Special Olympians from their twin town of Reutlingen

Ellesmere Port visited by Special Olympians from twin town of Reutlingen

Special Olympics Club toured attractions around Ellesmere Port and Chester

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