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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 Vauxhall plant at Ellesmere Port

Ellesmere Port car maker's links with troubled Tata Steel

Former Vauxhall boss feels manufacturers could flee the UK

The Paperboat Gallery team at the Ellesmere Port gallery

Ellesmere Port Paperboat Gallery in Whitby Road closes

Fears premises on historic high street could become a takeaway

Guilden Sutton Players in rehearsal for The Happiest Days of your Life

Chester village drama group to stage farce

Four-night run later this month

Cordelia Nicholas at Asda, Ellesmere Port who is to represent the store at Walmart's 2016 annual meeting in Arkansas. Pic supplied by Asda.

Ellesmere Port store manager to hop the pond

Once in a lifetime trip to represent the town's Asda.

Fundraiser Billy Birch (right) has provided a fridge and hand sink for the community cafe in Whitby Park, Ellesmere Port. Pic supplied by the cafe.

Ellesmere Port Whitby Park cafe thanks champion fundraiser

Billy Birch raises cash for equipment for cafe run by adults with learning difficulties

Parents in Ellesmere Port are going on 'strike' today. Barry Batchelor/PA Wire

Ellesmere Port parents 'strike' against SATs

Whitby Park protest at tougher tests today (Tuesday)

Ellesmere Port based college drama students tackled the issue of mental health on stage. Pic supplied by WCC.

Ellesmere Port drama students tackle mental health on stage

Unique performance to raise awareness

Air Cadet Cpl Nathan Fields who helped 2375 (Neston) Squadron raise £500 for a poorly four year old. Pic supplied by the squadron

Neston Air cadets aid poorly four-year-old

Hopes that consultants in the USA may be able to help

Eight new jobs have been created following a major £305,000 makeover at popular Ellesmere Port pub The Cat on Wolverham Road. Punch Taverns area manager Tony Riley, MP Justin Madders and publican Steve Agar. Pic supplied by Punch Taverns.

Ellesmere Port pub refurbishment creates eight new jobs

Sunday lunches on the way after MP visits £305,000 makeover

Neston town centre manager Katy Pierce

Neston to say farewell to successful town centre manager

Council to ensure the gains of the last three years are not lost

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