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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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An Ellesmere Port family hit by redundancy has stuck at it and opened a dream craft shop. Emma and Ian Mayers (centre and right) and Emma's sister Denise (left) at the opening. Pic supplied by Emma Mayers.

Ellesmere Port family beat redundancy and open dream craft shop

Good example of local people taking the initiative: MP Justin Madders.

Duncan Haworth, chairman of governors at Woodfall Primary in Little Neston, who was made an MBE in the 2016 New Year's Honours List. Pic supplied by D Haworth

MBE for Neston school governor who is a national leader

Mr Haworth is chairman of governors at Woodfall Primary School

Beryl Taylor, a dedicated Ellesmere Port Pioneer journalist, who has died aged 78. Pic supplied by Jeanette Starkey

Dedicated Ellesmere Port journalist dies aged 78

Beryl Taylor was respected by the public, industry, business and political figures

The M&S store at Cheshire Oaks

Cheshire Oaks M&S store cuts opening hours

M&S cites lower late evening footfall

An Ellesmere Port firm held a kitchen raffle in aid of youngsters in Sierra Leone. (left to right) Margaret Jarret, founder of the OAKS charity, Medo Kamara, Bolton Wanderers FC player,also from Sierra Leone and Carrie Williams, director of Williams Inspirations Ltd. Pic supplied by Williams Inspirations

Ellesmere Port firm fundraises to aid youngsters in Sierra Leone

School allows underprivileged to have an education

Libraries in Little Sutton and Weaverham are launching self-service systems in the new year

Ellesmere Port and Weaverham branch libraries launch self-service system

New technology will make it quicker and easier to issue and return books

Charlie the Clownfish took Christmas cheer from the Blue Planet Aquarium at Cheshire Oaks to Claire House Children's Hospice

Cheshire Oaks attraction takes festive cheer to children's hospice

Giant clownfish character hands out gifts

Yr 2 pupils at Brookside Primary, Great Sutton spent a day at the National Waterways Museum, Ellesmere Port. Pic supplied by NWM

Ellesmere Port youngsters get hands on at National Waterways Museum

Pupils create an exhibition following visit to tourist attraction

Cheshire West and Chester Tories urge people to have their say on budget consultation

Crucial every pound spent improves the lives of residents, says council leader Samantha Dixon (Lab)

The Iceland store on Neston high street which is to close in March 2016. Pic credit Rob Clive

Neston town centre in line for new year new look

Small supermarket to close but four empty premises on the up

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