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We will remember them

Sunday, 04 November, 2018

On Remembrance Sunday, Remembrance Services will take place throughout the borough – please note the different starting times:

What now for the Garden House?

Sunday, 28 October, 2018

Following the decision to refuse to grant planning permission, the team at the Garden House are considering their next move in the community farm's long-running planning saga.

Pre-Schoolers Playtime with the Mayor!

Monday, 22 October, 2018

Councillor Walter Brett, Mayor of Stockport, opened Hulme Hall Pre-School’s new outdoor classroom this morning and couldn’t resist trying it out for himself!

New bypass is showcased with community open day.

By Matthew Corrigan on Monday, 08 October, 2018

It's been a long time coming, but the new A6 to Manchester Airport Relief Road is about to open. The project has not been without controversy. Construction began in early 2015 and long-suffering High Lane residents have put up with more than three years of construction work and its associated noise and inconvenience. The road has been designed to provide an East/West link across the conurbation, with the aim of removing traffic from already heavily congested routes. Various mitigation measures have been considered to try to ensure projected traffic increases have a minimal impact on the village.

First High Lane Dog Show a success

By Matthew Corrigan on Tuesday, 02 October, 2018

A late September sun made a welcome appearance on Saturday afternoon, helping to make the first ever High Lane Dog Show and Fun Day a resounding success. The event was hosted by the Friends of High Lane and Brookside Parks, and will hopefully be the first of many coming events to be alternated between the two sites.

Ludworth School hoping to increase numbers

By Diane Inglis on Thursday, 20 September, 2018

Plans to increase the number of pupils at Ludworth Primary School in Marple Bridge are causing concern for local residents worried about congestion and the lack of parking in the area.

Fundraising efforts to help Stockport mum receive vital cancer treatment

By Gabrielle Pickard Whitehead on Wednesday, 19 September, 2018

Heidi Greenwood from Stockport was diagnosed with a stage four brain tumour in May 2017. After enduring 33 courses of radiotherapy and chemotherapy in the UK, the tumour kept growing and Heidi was told further radiotherapy would destroy her brain.

Marple WW1 Remembrance

By Matthew Corrigan on Sunday, 16 September, 2018

November 11 2018 will mark one hundred years since the Armistice which effectively ended the First World War, bringing an end to hostilities on the Western Front. It will also see the culmination of a very special four year project to commemorate the sacrifice of the many local men who gave their lives on the battlefields of Europe and beyond.

Closure plans shelved

By Diane Inglis on Wednesday, 12 September, 2018

Proposals to close Marple and Bredbury sorting offices and relocate the 84 staff and services to an out-of-town delivery office in Stockport have been shelved.

Hulme Hall Celebrates Stunning GCSE Results

Wednesday, 05 September, 2018

With 88% of pupils receiving a Level 4 or above in English and Maths, the Stockport school has much to celebrate.

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