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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 art and design students created special pieces for patients with dementia visiting the sensory garden at Ellesmere Port hospital. Pic provided by WCC

Ellesmere Port hospital's sensory garden has new features for patients with dementia

College students brighten lives with special sculptures

Ellesmere Port and Neston MP Justin Madders (Lab) had his pulse checked for Atrial Fibrillation (AF) by Trudi Lobban, Founder and CEO of the AF Association. Mr Madders signed a pledge at Westminster to help improve the diagnosis, treatment and support for patients with AF

Ellesmere Port MP has ECG check as he backs improved diagnosis of heart condition

One in four life time risk of developing atrial fibrillation for over 40s

Cheshire Oaks based Blue Planet Aquarium is carrying out research into jellyfish. Researcher Thomas Green. Pic supplied by Blue Planet Aquarium

Blue Planet Aquarium at Cheshire Oaks carries out research into jellyfish

Fascinating creatures are capable of travelling great distances

Children from Parklands Community Primary, Little Sutton with Christmas boxes they collected for children in poverty around the world. Pic supplied by Parklands Primary

Little Sutton school collected gifts for children in other parts of the world

Parklands Community Primary students inspired by visit from Teams 4U charity

The Ellesmere Port Original Pantomime Company, dating back to 1934, has been rehearsing hard since September to bring Sleeping Beauty to the stage at Ellesmere Port Civic Hall. Pic supplied by the company

Ellesmere Port panto group set to stage Sleeping Beauty

Company which has been entertaining the town for over 80 years presents latest show from January 21-24

Industry professional Joe Dowling from Ellesmere Port, who works as a lighting designer and dimmer technician, returned to West Cheshire College to teach a series of master classes. Pic supplied by WCC

Ellesmere Port industry pro returns with master classes for theatre students

Lighting designer and dimmer technician Joe Dowling visits West Cheshire College

People travelling abroad can now pick up their foreign currency at Cheshire Oaks from travel money retailer No 1 Currency

Cheshire Oaks gains travel money retailer No 1 Currency

Irish company will offer more than 50 currencies

Neston High School collected over 200 shoeboxes for its annual appeal for Operation Christmas Child. Students with acting head Rachel Hudson. Pic supplied by Neston High.

Neston High School celebrates shoebox appeal success for children's charity

More than 200 boxes put together by students for Operation Christmas Child

Cheshire West and Chester employers are invited to a free to attend business driver safety conference. Photo credit: Jonathan Brady/PA Wire

Cheshire West and Chester firms invited to safety conference on business driving

Themes will include drink, drugs and the workplace

Residents at Astbury Lodge, the CLS-run care home in Great Sutton, have been getting in touch with their roots lately with the help of a very special memory tree created by Kerry Hague, a carer at the home. Pic supplied by CLS

Ellesmere Port care home project sees memories take root

Residents hang favourite pictures of themselves


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