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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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West Cheshire College to launch inspirational new dance programme

West End dancer to join teaching team at West Cheshire College

Alex Durrant to start work in Ellesmere Port in September

Deaf Studies tutors Mike Ritchie and Andrew Mayers present their cheque to Elspeth Wilson, fundraising manager at The Clatterbridge Cancer Charity

Ellesmere Port West Cheshire College teachers hit heights

Snowdonia trek fundraiser raised £1,600 for Clatterbridge Cancer Charity

The White Swan in Great Sutton has re-opened following a makeover. Licensee David Morris

Ellesmere Port pub dating back to 19th century reopens after makeover

New lease of life with best traditional features at its heart

Ellesmere Port housebuilder launches community fund

Controversial development could see up to 2,000 new homes in garden village

Alex Haydock, a nurse with the Cheshire and Wirral Partnership NHS Foundation Trust, who has become a Queen's Nurse

Cheshire nurse honoured by The Queen

Alex Haydock began his nursing career in 1977

Justin Madders

Ellesmere Port MP highlights 'rip off' out-of-term holiday costs

Ministers should tackle the issue, says Justin Madders

A civic party from the German city of Reutlingen visited Ellesmere Port to mark the 50th anniversary of friendship. Michelle Pickstock, Port Arcades, with Tony Cioma, chairman of the Ellesmere Port/Reutlingen Friendship Group, Herr Albert Schuler and his son Andreas Schuler

Ellesmere Port shopping centre helps celebrate 50 year friendship with German city

Visitors to Reutlingen to enjoy busy programme during upcoming exchange

Jessica Weaver, eight, from Little Neston who brought in another £1,000 plus from a fundraising trike ride for Alder Hey children's hospital

Neston trike rider Jessica Weaver enjoys a grand fundraising success

More than £1,000 brought in for children's hospital

Parklands Primary earns high praise for 'Good' Ofsted rating

Improvements made under 'relentless' head teacher

Staff at the M&S store at Cheshire Oaks have raised £16,000 for the Countess of Chester Babygrow appeal

Cheshire Oaks store brings in £16,000 for hospital appeal

Countess charity has touched many employees' hearts

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