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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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Three gardens in Burton, Neston opened for charity including Burton Manor. Pic supplied by Liz Carter.

Neston village gardens raise almost £3,000 for charity

Hospice benefits from bonanza of beautiful blooms

Ellesmere Port fundraiser Billy Birch and Bob Birchall, chief executive of the Deaf Support Network with Billy's latest donation. Pic supplied by DSN.

Ellesmere Port fundraiser's latest donation is celebrated

Deafness group receives TV and DVD player

Celebrations have been taking place in Reutlingen to mark the 50th anniversary of friendship wIth Ellesmere Port. Lord Mayor Barbara Bosch with the Mayor of Ellesmere Port Peter Rooney

Ellesmere Port friendship with German city to continue despite Brexit vote

Twinning took place 50 years ago and bond remains strong

Ellesmere Port MP Justin Madders questioned Prime Minister David Cameron over the future of the Vauxhall car plant in the town

Ellesmere Port MP raises motor industry concerns with David Cameron

Prime Minister visited town's Vauxhall plant prior to EU Referendum

New homes are to be built on former industrial land at Cromwell Road, Ellesmere Port

Ellesmere Port to see almost 100 new family homes built

Approval secured for first phase of development on Cromwell Road

A Hallowe’en Masquerade and Murder Mystery Spectacular takes place at the National Waterways Museum

National Waterways Museum set for 40th anniversary celebrations

Visitors able to tour huge canal lock at the Ellesmere Port attraction this weekend

Vauxhall Sports and Social Club secretary Dave Edmunds speaks at the planning meeting

Ellesmere Port sports club submits revised plans in battle for survival

Objectors raise green belt and traffic concerns

An Armed Forces Day event was held in the Port Arcades, Ellesmere Port. Lt Cdr A W Cioma, MP Justin Madders, mayor Peter Rooney and Roy Morgan, Royal Engineers Association, with with a model of HMS Liverpool. Pic provided by Port Arcades.

Ellesmere Port veterans mark Armed Forces Day

Service of thanksgiving at war memorial followed by successful event in shopping centre

A scene from the 2015 Neston Fair

Neston village fair raises £72,000 for charity since the millennium

Host of entertainment and stalls at this year's event

West Cheshire College in Ellesmere Port

West Cheshire College makes 'reasonable progress' from inadequate Ofsted rating

But inspectors say too much teaching remains dull and uninspiring

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