Police report 6-18 April

by Iain Roberts on 18 April, 2019

Report from our local Police for 6-18 April 2019: An update on incidents and work in the Cheadle & Bramhall ward for the period Saturday 6th April to Thursday 18th April, a period of 13 days. I took a few days leave last week, hence the extended reporting period. Burglary figures have remained lower again this […]

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A message from the new owners of Roasted

by Iain Roberts on 16 April, 2019

From the new owners of Roasted: To customers of Roasted Coffee Lounge (situated at 93 Silverdale Road). As you may be aware we are currently closed, this is due to unforeseen delays in change of ownership. Unfortunately we do not have as re-opening date as of yet. However, we will keep you informed and let […]

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Graham writes: Cheadle is well supported by people who care for and protect the village environment. This morning I was invited by two such residents together with an engineer from the councils Highways Dept to tour Cheadle High Street and review the pavements. There are clearly issues with some damage and some loose flag stones.The […]

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Dow coming to Cheadle Royal

by Iain Roberts on 12 April, 2019

Construction on a new unit at Cheadle Royal Business Park starts in the summer, it has been announced. Materials science company Dow will have its UK headquarters, along with sales, technical and R&D, based on the business park. More information can be found here. “Cheadle is a great place to live and work, and we […]

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The Lib Dem team have welcomed the recent installation of a ticket machine on the car park side of Gatley station, after a long campaign. “There are many problems that need sorting out with our rail service, but getting a ticket machine by the station car park is welcome and ticks one issue off the […]

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Graham Greenhalgh anger at attacks on schoolchildren

by Iain Roberts on 10 April, 2019

Cllr Graham Greenhalgh has spoken of his anger at local schoolchildren being attacked, beaten up and mugged in recent weeks, as has been widely reported on social media. “It is absolutely disgraceful that in an area like ours, our children can’t feel safe around the villages. Children have been hit, had bikes, phones and other […]

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Report back from Cheadle Area Committee 9 April 2019

by Iain Roberts on 9 April, 2019

Cheadle Area Committee met on 9 April 2019, the last meeting for Cllr Paul Porgess and Cllr Sylvia Humphreys, who are standing down after 60 years of combined service. Here’s what’s was decided. Graham Greenhalgh reported back on the council survey of residents for a chicane on High Grove Road. We were hoping for a […]

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Police report 30 Mar – 5 Apr 2019

by Iain Roberts on 5 April, 2019

Good evening.  An update on incidents and work in the Cheadle & Bramhall ward for the period Saturday 30th March to Friday 5th April. The headline news is that burglary rates have continued to fall. In the reporting period there have been 4 reported burglaries. Of these two occurred overnight Tuesday into Wednesday. One was on Redford Drive where […]

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Local election candidates announced

by Iain Roberts on 5 April, 2019

On Thursday 2 May Cheadle and Gatley votes to elect a councillor. Graham Greenhalgh will be seeking re-election from the Liberal Democrats. The other candidates are: Mark Williams (Conservative)Khalid Ahmed (Labour)Praveen Prabhakaran Kutty (Green) Graham says: “I’d like to say how sorry I am that Colin Owen is not on the ballot for Labour this […]

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Cheadle Civic volunteers tidying up

by Iain Roberts on 2 April, 2019

We love to celebrate great community volunteers who make a difference. Cheadle and Gatley would be much poorer without them. So thank you to one of the merry band of Cheadle Civic Society volunteers who’s been out improving the gateway into Cheadle – along Gatley Road near Riversdale. These before and after photos show just […]

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