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Frances Barrett

Frances Barrett

Frances Barrett is a content editor for the Chester Chronicle and Ellesmere Port Pioneer. You can reach her on frances.barrett@trinitymirror.com or call 01244606437.

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Ramsey Ramsey, from Newton, Chester

Former restaurant worker denies 32 sex offences

Ramsey Ramsey pleads not guilty to rape and indecency charges

Ellyn Grant, Jenny Trelfa, Becki Rogerson, Jess Reid and Elle Brunton have joined the de Winter team

New year, new talent – PR firm adds to team

Chester PR company kicks off new year with five team members joining

Poundbakery manager Ann-Marie Wingeatt, team member Rachel Dean and assistant manager Joanne Melia outside the new shop on Frodsham Street

Bargain bakery rolls into city centre location

Poundbakery rolls into Chester city centre

Blacon High School headteacher Sue Yates.

‘This is going to be a good school very soon’

Two weeks ago, The Chronicle featured an Ofsted report which said there was ‘room for improvement’ at Blacon High School. So this week we have given headteacher Sue Yates the opportunity to explain her plans for the school’s future and how things will improve

Eddisbury Square in Frodsham updated

Motorists blast car park sign after fines

‘Inadequate’ new parking signs in Frodsham car park anger drivers

Rev Denise Harding and members of Frodsham Methodist Church launch their Church Charity for 2014, the Foundation for Peace

Church lends support to peace charity

Frodsham Methodist Church to support the Tim Parry Johnathan Ball Foundation for Peace in 2014

Whitegate Bridge on Clay Lane, Winsford, is undergoing improvement works

Replacement work begins on 150-year-old bridge

Road closure while Whitegate Bridge is replaced

UKIP leader Nigel FarageClarke attacks Ukip

UKIP leader tells Cheshire meeting of his plans for county seat

Nigel Farage admits Weaver Vale will be key battleground in 2015 General Election

Headteacher David Curry and students from Year 7 show off their letter from the Department for Education

Malpas school in top 100 for improved GCSE results

Bishop Heber High praised for being in top 100 for greatest improvement in GCSE results in 2013

Gary Barlow speaking on video to support Frodsham's Andrew Curphey Theatre Company

Video: Barlow and Corden steal Frodsham anniversary show

Gary Barlow and James Corden send congratulations to youngsters in Frodsham-based Andrew Curphey Theatre Company

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