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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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Neston High School

Neston High is a good school say inspectors

You can be the person you want to be, says student

Ellesmere Port Asda staff clock up almost 1,350 years service

Many staff have never worked anywhere else

Little Actors Theatre Company in Neston has had a £2,000 grant from Neston Town Council. Mayor Mike Shipman dropped in with their certificate

Neston children's theatre group gains £2,000 grant

Youngsters from all backgrounds able to enjoy performing arts

West Cheshire College must do better, Ofsted inspectors say

Latest visit finds college requires improvement in a number of areas

Vice chairman of the Ellesmere Port/Reutlingen Friendship Group Keith Butcher (right) during a visit to discuss work experience exchanges

Ellesmere Port and Reutlingen Friendship Group has busy 2017 ahead

Representatives return from -14C visit to discuss work experience exchanges

Wolverham Primary and Nursery School, Milton Road, Wolverham, Ellesmere Port

Wolverham Primary in Ellesmere Port retains 'outstanding' Ofsted status

Parents praise staff for settling in children

Ellesmere Port and Neston MP Justin Madders signing the Holocaust Educational Trusts Book of Commitment in Parliament

Ellesmere Port MP signs Holocaust book of commitment

Local people encouraged to show their support for Holocaust Memorial Day

Ellesmere Port Original Pantomime Company ahead of their 2017 show Aladdin in the town's Civic Hall

Watch Ellesmere Port pantomime flashmob in market

All first night seats for magical show are just £7

The 'To Let' sign has gone up on Elton Post Office, which closed before Christmas

Post Office 'investigating options' following shock closure of Elton branch

Residents forced to go to Helsby or Ellesmere Port in the meantime

Tenants' views are being sought on the housing service in Ellesmere Port and Neston where properties are owned by Cheshire West and Chester Council and managed by Plus Dane

Ellesmere Port council homes decision day looms

Ten-year contract will include 5,500 properties in the former borough

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