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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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Ellesmere Port Music Society announce details of their season finale

Step Into Spring will take place at Civic Hall on April 23

The Sutton, Gleneagles Road, Great Sutton

Ellesmere Port pub caught with no TV licence

Magistrates impose maximum £1,000 fine, £200 costs and £100 victim surcharge

A debut collection by Ellesmere Port author Gerry Linford has broken people struggling to survive as its backbone. Pic supplied by GL.

Ellesmere Port writer launches his debut collection of stories

Gerry Linford has previously written Buddha Boy for BBC TV

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

Ellesmere Port sports club fails in bid for green belt housing

Vauxhall Sports and Social Club's hopes thwarted as renovation plans are rejected

Business partners Jo Thompson and Chloe Thomas who have created 'Souled in Love' to provide loving gifts for the bereaved

Ellesmere Port business partners branch out with special gifts for the bereaved

Range of helpful workshops inspire people and enhance their lives

Specsavers Ellesmere Port are supporting 59-year-old Mike Faulkner (left) and have pledged to champion him in his bid to raise more than £4,500 for Claire House Children's Hospice. Mike is seen with colleagues Steve Tennant and Stu Edwards

Ellesmere Port store backs hero of the year fundraising for children's hospice

Gruelling London to Paris bike ride beckons in bid to bring in £4,500

National Careers Week at West Cheshire College saw the Royal Navy talking to science students. Pic supplied by WCC.

West Cheshire College in Ellesmere Port holds National Careers Week events

20 guest speakers from variety of companies talk to students about job roles

Parkgate now has a series of commemorative plaques to mark fascinating features of its historic past. Mayor of Neston Mike Shipman is pictured with Lesley Irvin, deputy church warden, St Thomas, Parkgate. Pic supplied by CWAC.

Parkgate plaques reveal fascinating features of coastline village

Links with Lord Nelson's greatest love, smugglers and seafaring

Slimming consultant Gaynor Budd of Great Sutton is celebrating a dazzling start to 2016 more than 20 years after she started. Pic supplied by Gaynor Budd

Ellesmere Port slimming consultant's amazing start to 2016

Gaynor Budd from Great Sutton holds her Wednesday groups at Hope Farm Community Centre

Nicholas Collett as Lord Nelson in a show to visit Neston, birthplace of the admiral's great love. Pic supplied by CRTA.

Neston to welcome an evening with Admiral Lord Nelson

Market town is birthplace of his great love and will stage one man show on April 29


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