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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 huge M&S destination store at Cheshire Oaks had a wild west coffee morning to sign off a month's fundraising for Macmillan which brought in over £8,000

Cheshire Oaks store raises more than £8,000 for Macmillan

Wild West theme helps to ensure no one faces cancer alone

Atherton Lodge in Ellesmere Port

Ellesmere Port care home falls a long way short, report discloses

Director says management and staff are fully committed to improvements

Ellesmere Port florist looks to the future

Easier access to flowers grown all over the world

Youngsters inspect a Fairey Gannet cockpit at the Aeroplane Collections Aviation and Transport show which took place on the First World War airfield site at Hooton Park

Hooton Park airfield comes back to life for aviation show

Hangar was host to a range of attractions for transport enthusiasts

A competition has been launched in Ellesmere Port to create the town's calendar for 2017. This shot by Adrian McCabe was chosen for the 2016 calendar

Ellesmere Port calendar competition closes on October 1

Organisers say standard is expected to be very high once again

Atherton Lodge in Ellesmere Port

Ellesmere Port care home placed in special measures by CQC watchdog

Management and staff fully committed to improvement says director

Cheshire West and Chester Council regulatory services officer Columb McPhillips with four-legged friends

Gold welfare award for Ellesmere Port stray dog service

Council team receives accolade for fifth year running

A view of Dock Street, in Ellesmere Port, which was demolished to make way for the M53

Life in 'lost' Ellesmere Port street to be chronicled by local history group

Town residents asked to share their memories of Dock Street for new booklet

Emma Mayers had her hair saved off so six charities could benefit

Ellesmere Port lady loses her locks in charity fundraiser

Six good causes will benefit from Emma Mayers' efforts

Sisters Lauren Wood and Lottie Wood from Little Neston are to star in the musical Her Benny at The Floral Pavilion Theatre, New Brighton

Little Neston sisters to star in hit musical

Lauren and Lottie Wood will feature in the show at the Floral Pavilion from September 21-24

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