Login Register
Logout
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

All Stories

Sculptor Tom Murphy and Carmel Giansante, Oscar Phillips' mum, at the unveiling ceremony at Whitby High School on May 24

Your Champions 2017: Grieving mother's inspirational safety campaign

Carmel Giansante, mother of tragic young Oscar Phillips, has been nominated as Person of the Year

The Whitby High School in Ellesmere Port held its annual presentation evening where professional artist Jeni McConnell was guest speaker

Whitby High School holds annual presentation evening

Professional artist and former student gives inspirational talk to current pupils

Ellesmere Port problem flat landlady handed £2,000 court bill

Council says it will take action whenever necessary to ensure private rentals are safe

Four West Cheshire College students put in an awe-inspiring performance at this year’s Special Olympics to achieve multi-medal success

Ellesmere Port students' awe-inspiring performance at Special Olympics

They were among some 2,600 athletes taking part in the event held in Sheffield

Ellesmere Port's waterfront to host new show on saving lives at sea. Pic: Peter Boyd Photography

Ellesmere Port waterways museum to welcome acclaimed canal theatre group

Mikron return to National Waterways Museum with In at the Deep End on October 1

Valerie Ball and Clair Johnson at Bridge Community Farms which is seeking more backers for its veg boxes for the homeless initiative

Ellesmere Port farm invites everyone to harvest festival event

Bridge Community Farms will hold their annual extravaganza on September 29

Four-year-old Evaline Weaver of Great Sutton who needs a £21,000 operation to give her a much greater range of movement

Your Champions 2017: Courageous four-year-old is a little star

Evaline Weaver has been nominated as Young Person of the Year

Acclaimed Canadian indie-folk music band The Fugitives will play four concerts in and around Cheshire as part of their up and coming three-week UK tour

Ellesmere Port and Neston to welcome season of arts events

Music, theatre and more coming to area during the autumn

West Cheshire Trades Union Council activists campaign for the local living wage at Neston High School

Neston's new £25m high school sees local living wage protest

West Cheshire Trades Union Council use opening of new school to make their point

Yet more houses set to transform key gateway into Ellesmere Port

Exciting development continues at the Rossfield Park site near the M53

Journalists

David Holmes
Chief News Reporter
David Norbury
Reporter
Mike Fuller
Reporter
Contact Us
Full contact details