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EX-MAYOR WILL NOT FACE CHILD PORN CHARGES EXCLUSIVE By Dave Goodban A FORMER Vale Royal mayor, suspected of having child porn on his computer, will not be charged with any offence.

Eric Redford, 64, was on holiday in Canada when officers smashed their way into his home at Hazel Drive, Weaverham, in November after a warrant was issued under the Protection of Children Act. He has been under suspicion for nearly nine months but bears no grudges towards the police. Detectives, acting on information received, took two laptops away for examination after a four-hour search of the house. But this week Mr Redford, who was mayor from 1996-97 and a borough councillor between 1991 and 2003, was told he will not be charged. Det Sgt Colin Westgate, of Northwich Specialist Investigation Unit, said: “The case is closed. There was no illegal

No illegal material found on seized laptops material found on any of the computer equipment. Mr Redford has been informed and the investigation is now complete.” Mr Redford said: “I’m just pleased that after eight and a half months it’s over. “I have no idea where the information came from – I just want to close the door on it now.” He claims he has no hard feelings towards the police. “Whatever information they received they have acted on – I don’t blame them when you see some of the crimes that are happening,” he said. “They were doing their job. The officers were very polite. I’m just glad it’s over.”

NO CASE: Eric Redford will not be charged after police admitted they found nothing illegal on two computers seized from his house. RS060706 Cherie-014

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Vics’ site sale will go ahead THE sale of the Northwich Vics ground to a four-man consortium is set to go through in the next few days. The stadium and all nine acres of land will pass from Mike Connett to Vics owner Jim Rushe and three colleagues. Mr Rushe said: “It is always difficult to say when a deal will go through, but contracts have been drawn up. We are almost there.” For Vics it will mean the end of their association with Mr Connett, a controversial and unpopular figure. He rescued the club from the receivers in 2004, eventually completed the Victoria Stadium and celebrated Northwich winning the Conference North title three years ago. But Vics would have folded less than a year ago had it not been for the intervention of football mad Manchester businessman Jim Rushe. He bought the club and others are investing in the land, but Mr Connett is still the landlord until the deal goes through. Mr Rushe said: “Buying the land will make Vics more secure and will mean straight away there will be extra revenue streams for the club. “I am solely concerned with the football side of things. The other three want to develop the land and that will enable the stadium to be sold to the football club, but we are a few years away from that.” Vics had debts of over £500,000 when Jim Rushe took over and he and others have been heavily subsidising the club since then.

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ONE of Northwich’s oldest retailers will celebrate a century in the town next month. Live music and Bucks Fizz will be on offer to shoppers on Saturday, September 13, to mark the 100th birthday of the Marks & Spencer store. And children can join in the celebrations, with face painters and a quiz in the afternoon. “We are very excited to be celebrating our 100-year anniversary in Northwich,” said store manager Celia Roberts. “Marks & Spencer has contributed to community life over the last 100 years and we have

EARLY DAYS: The Northwich branch of Marks & Spencer, which is 100 years old next month, began at 21 High Street in 1908. many loyal customers in the area. “We hope they come and join us on the day to enjoy the celebrations as much

SECOND HOME: The store relocated to Witton Street, next to Woolworths, in 1933 and stayed there until 1992.

as we plan to.” The company arrived in Northwich in 1908, when a penny bazaar opened at 21 High Street. In 1933 a new

store opened with a Tudor-style front next to Woolworths on Witton Street, before moving to its current premises in 1992.

Residents’ concern over troubled shop By Dave Goodban

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Court order is revoked

A TEENAGE dad who narrowly escaped a prison sentence a year ago has appeared in court again – to be praised by magistrates. Vale Royal Youth Court heard on Wednesday how 18-year-old James Edwards has made “excellent” progress since pleading guilty to supplying heroin in July 2007. Edwards, of Bradbury Road, Winsford, was made the subject of a 24-month Intensive Supervision and Surveillance Programme (ISSP) – the most severe non-custodial sentence available for under 18s - in the wake of Cheshire Police’s anti-drugs Operation Crackdown. But, after hearing glowing tributes from the Youth Offending Team, magistrates decided to revoke the order. “It’s an excellent report, it’s clear everything’s going well,” said chairwoman of the bench, Moira Chapman. Edwards’ mum told the court: “I’ve got my son back.” The bench said they were prepared to reward the defendant’s progress by giving him a fresh chance. Mrs Chapman said: “It’s always good to see that some of these orders work. It’s with absolute pleasure we’re going to revoke the order.

LONG-SUFFERING residents living near a Winsford corner shop could be dealt a new blow. Neil and Sharon Burke, leaseholders at Olivers on the corner of High Street and Siddorn Street, may soon walk away after only four months in charge. The area was blighted by vandalism and anti-social behaviour linked to the sale of alcohol to under-age kids from the shop, formerly the Nip-In, until Mr and Mrs Burke took over the lease in April. They successfully applied for a licence to sell alcohol after the previous leaseholders had theirs revoked at a Crown Court hearing in February, but residents say the problems have all but gone since the couple took over. “It’s really quiet down here now, it’s been lovely,” said residents of nearby Coronation Avenue. “There have been a few kids hanging around but no trouble.” However, on Sunday police banned the shop from selling booze after a breach of licence conditions, and after a meeting with Winsford Insp Dave Snasdell, Mr Burke had his licence to sell alcohol temporarily suspended. The Chronicle understands Mr and Mrs Burke were already considering relinquishing the lease. Town and borough councillor Des Worthington said: “We would hope the people to whom this licence is being transferred to are going to be responsible and understand the problems which have occurred previously, and I will be making sure that this is the case.”

NEWSFile Sentence delayed

A CHEF who went on the run after stealing more than £8,000 from the Marston’s Arena must wait to learn his fate. Paul Burgess, 30, was due to be sentenced at Chester Crown Court on Tuesday, August 12, but the hearing did not go ahead because the Probation Service had not prepared their reports. Burgess, now living in Nottingham, stole £8,600 cash belonging to Beaconet Ltd, the holding company run by former Northwich Vics owner Mike Connett. He will return to court on September 4.

PC punched boy

A POLICEMAN from Northwich convicted of assaulting a 12-year-old boy will be sentenced next week. PC Daniel Gaffney, 30, of Withington Close, punched the boy in the face at Didsbury police station in November, but claimed self-defence. He was found guilty of assault last month, and will be sentenced on Wednesday, August 27.

Teen ‘an idiot’ – mum

A WINSFORD teenager who chased a boy through the Wharton estate and threatened to “batter” him has appeared in court. The 15-year-old, who cannot be named for legal reasons, was one of a group of 15-20 people who “kicked-off” on the younger boy “just for a laugh” at 10pm on March 27, Vale Royal Youth Court heard on Wednesday. Bottles were then thrown at the victim’s house, one smashing a window, before the defendant, who pleaded guilty to threatening behaviour, got him in a headlock. “The fact he’s here is an embarrassment for himself and his mother,” said Vicky Robinson-Parker, defending. The defendant’s mum added: “He’s been an idiot.” The youth was given a four-month referral order and told to pay the £60 court costs.

Woman’s crime spree

CALLING TIME? Olivers in Winsford could soon have new management for the second time in four months. RS240408Oliv-002

Licence assurance given A VALE Royal Borough Council spokesman said: “The council works closely with partner organisations, including Cheshire Constabulary and Vale Royal community safety wardens, to ensure all premises comply with the licensing

objectives and conditions attached to licences. “We are aware the previous licensee at this address has caused concern to residents in the past and any changes will have to be made through official procedures.”

Residents get crafty for new TV PENSIONERS at Grange Court, Winsford, are busy trying their hands at a variety of new hobbies in a bid to raise money for a new TV. A room at the Weaver Vale Housing Trust retirement home at Saxon Crossway has been transformed into an inspiring craft room for residents to enjoy card-making, gentle exercise classes, coffee mornings and other activities. Hand-crafted cards made by the tenants are being sold at the Trust’s

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headquarters, as well as to friends and family of residents at Grange Court. Manager Chris Tomlinson said: “We are trying to raise money for a plasma TV for the lounge. The residents often have DVD nights and it would be brilliant for them to have a nice big TV they can all see.” Age Concern Cheshire is also organising exercise classes and more craft activities are being lined up for the tenants.

GETTING CREATIVE: Residents Thelma Buchanan, Mary Cleugh, Arthur Ellison and Betty Pimlott with the hand-crafted cards they have made to raise money for a plasma TV at Grange Court at Winsford.

AN 18-YEAR-OLD woman who admitted six break-ins in one night will be jailed next week. Samantha Morgan, of Bramhall Close, Winsford, pleaded guilty to two burglaries at a hearing earlier this month and asked for four similar crimes to be taken into consideration. The offences happened during a four-hour “spree” in the early hours of Saturday, July 26. Morgan - who was jailed for three months in March for burgling the One Stop Shop and Tiaras and Tails, both on Delamere Street - will be sentenced at Chester Crown Court on August 27.

Pupil on drug charges A NORTHWICH schoolboy will appear in court next week charged with supplying class A drugs. The 14-year-old from Greenbank, who cannot be named for legal reasons, is accused of selling speed on March 1. He will appear at Vale Royal Youth Court on Wednesday, August 27.

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Festival goes from strength to strength THE Northwich Festival begins on four legs and ends on four wheels. In between the Bank Holiday weekend at Moss Farm is packed with almost non-stop entertainment for thousands of fun-seekers. The festival is organised by Northwich Rugby Club and is the biggest ever. The programme begins on Friday night with a race night and there will be crowd pulling events on Saturday and Sunday, but Monday holds its traditional place at the top of the bill. The UK North Strongman is still the showpiece event, but it is supported by the inaugural Motor Storm First Car Show of modified and classic cars (9am). Project cars will be on view while in the main arena will be displays by the Raleigh Diamondback stunt cycle team. Monday’s itinerary begins with a massive car boot sale and also includes an all-day funfair. Twelve giants from as far a field as Sussex, York and Manchester will com-

NEWSFile Spotlight on singers

THE Harlequin Theatre, Northwich, is hosting another Singers’ Night on Friday from 8.30pm. The event, organised by Northwich Folk Club, costs £2 and is open to anyone who sings or plays an instrument. Call 01606 79356 or e-mail info@northwichfolk.co.uk for details.

Church car boot sale

THE United Reformed Church, off Swanlow Lane, Winsford is holding a car boot sale on Bank Holiday Monday. Pitches for cars are £6 if booked in advance, and £7 on the day. Trailers and vans are £8. The sale is from 9am-noon and money raised will go to church funds. For more details or to book a spot, call Rob Bebbington on 01606 557631.

By John Buckley pete for the £500 Strongman first prize – and a 22-stone gravedigger from Wales, Gwynne Richards, is among the favourites. Saturday sees colts and ladies rugby tournaments (noon) and in the evening local DJs will be firing up the marquee with a range of music styles, co-ordinated by Ross Walker, resident DJ at the Amber Lounge, Northwich. Scores of dancing troupes are in competition on Sunday, when there is a strongman contest for first timers and, in the evening, the Northwich Have You Got Talent show. Further details are available from: Tim Pickering (general) on 07885 046499; Mark Preece (Strongman contests) 07974 157280; Angela Birleson (Motor Storm) 07706 912826; Juliet Brazendale (talent show) 07967 489487; Ross Walker (DJs) 07732 898643 and Ken Houghton (race night) 07740 896845.

Computer bargains

WINSFORD Civic Hall is hosting a computer sale next Thursday, August 28, offering huge savings on a variety of goods. The sale lasts from 5-9pm and entry is £2 for adults and £1 concessions.

Handbag taken STRONGMAN: Northwich’s Lee Fletcher competing in the van lift during the UK Strongman North final at Moss Farm last year. SB270807STRONG-05

Yacht stuck in river for 31 hours A YACHT was freed from the River Weaver on Friday after 31 hours stuck in the mud. The Aventurine of Skye was heading out towards the Irish Sea when it ran aground near Town Bridge at 8.30am on Thursday. British Waterways attempted to free the boat, and tried winching, towing and rocking it, but to no avail. The next day a digger was called in from Hinton

By Sarah Taylor Environmental and Serious Waste Management on a floating pontoon to try to remove the sand and silt from underneath the boat. A company spokesman. “It took about two hours to free it and some river traffic was held up whilst the boat was grounded.” The yacht eventually broke free at around 3pm on Friday.

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STUCK: The Aventurine of Skye ran aground in the Weaver and was stuck for more than 24 hours. SB150808STUCK-05

Community will miss support officer Matt RESIDENTS on Winsford’s Grange Estate have paid tribute to a popular PCSO who is moving on after threeand-a-half years. Matthew Hood left his position on Thursday to begin his two-year training as a fully fledged PC. “Matthew will be sorely missed on the estate and other areas of Winsford,” said Mike Kennedy chairman of the Grange Residents Association. “He has proved himself to be an excellent role model for community policing in Vale Royal and has shown PCSOs can play a really important part in reassurance and problem solving.” Matthew, a PCSO since 2005, added: “I’ve loved every minute working with the residents in my beat area.”

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Statistics against speed cameras for busy highway SPEED cameras are unlikely to be introduced on a busy Barnton road – because not enough people have been killed or seriously injured there. Last week one resident said cameras should be introduced along Runcorn Road after two bad accidents in seven days near to the Beech Tree pub. A council survey in 2001 showed 40% of drivers heading out of Barnton, and 44% going into the village, exceeded the 30mph limit. And one in 10 travelling towards Runcorn was recorded doing over 50mph. Attempts by parish councillors to get a pedestrian crossing and refuge have been knocked back by Cheshire County Council, and po-

lice said the number of “KSIs” people killed and seriously injured must reach a certain level before speed cameras are considered. “They will not be put up until we have data to be able to justify it,” said Sgt Dave Harrison, of the Northwich road policing unit. A major review of all A and B roads in Cheshire by the county council’s Highways department is “currently ongoing”. Sgt Harrison admitted Runcorn Road is an area of concern, and said whatever the outcome of the review police will continue to monitor it. “There are other roads in the area that have to take our fullest attention but the A559 Runcorn Road is a not forgotten area,” he said. “And it doesn’t mean our officers won’t be enforcing the limit.”

CRASH BLACKSPOT? Residents want new safety measures to prevent accidents on Runcorn Road, Barnton.

THE three men accused of attacking a grandad who later died in hospital could face fresh charges. The Chronicle understands Paul Blower, 19; Nigel Goolding, 20 and Joshua Spruce, also 19, could be charged with manslaughter – or even murder – when they return to court later this year. Jim Straiton, 59, and known locally as “Jock”, died in hospital on Saturday, August 9, two weeks after being assaulted in the street outside his ground floor flat at Sandybank, Park Road, Winnington. The trio are charged with wound-

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AN ex-professional footballer accused of battering a man in a pub car park has walked free from court. Judge Elgan Edwards discharged the jury at Chester Crown Court on Friday afternoon, unsatisfied with the prosecution case against former Man City captain Andy Morrison. Morrison, 38, of Kingsmead, Northwich was on trial for actual bodily harm for the second time, after another jury failed to reach a verdict at his first trial earlier this year. He was alleged to have attacked Peter Wilson outside the Winnington Lodge on February 3 after a Mid Cheshire Sunday League match at Moss Farm. The court heard Morrison, playing for Bowling Green and the complainant, who had played for Broadhurst, had earlier had a heated exchange on the pitch. After two days of evidence the jury retired to consider their verdict at 10.30am on Friday. But Judge Edwards called them back at 2.30pm and instructed them to find Morrison – who led City to promotion from Division Two in 1999 – not guilty. It is understood he is unlikely to be re-tried.

ing with intent to inflict grievous bodily harm and were remanded in custody by a Crown Court judge earlier this month. On Monday Blower, of Chapel Street, Wincham applied for bail at Chester Crown Court on Monday, but Recorder of Chester Judge Elgan Edwards said he must stay behind bars until October 7. The Crown Prosecution Service is now awaiting new evidence from police before a decision is made on whether the charges will be brought against the defendants.

BEATEN TO DEATH: Taxi driver James Straiton, 59.

Police concern over marble-firing yobs DRIVERS travelling along a busy Winsford road have been targeted by “mindless” yobs firing marbles and pellets – and police fear someone could be killed. On Wednesday two vehicles on the A54 Oakmere Road near to Winsford Marina were hit by people firing marbles from a catapult or pellet gun. The side window of an HGV was smashed by a missile, and the back of a van was also damaged when it was hit opposite the Marina car park. Det Sgt Tony Jones, of Winsford Neighbourhood Policing Unit, said: “I can’t believe anyone would be so mindless and reckless as to

By Sarah Taylor fire things at moving vehicles. “Whoever is responsible clearly has no concern for the safety of others and I don’t think it is any exaggeration to say that we are lucky that no one has been seriously injured or killed.” The drivers said they heard a loud bang before their vehicles were struck so it is thought a weapon which is capable of firing at high velocity has been used. It is thought the culprits were in the Marina car park. Witnesses, or anyone with information, can call police on 0845 4580000.

Burglars target street

POLICE are appealing for witnesses after a burglary and an attempted break-in on Dingle Lane, Winsford, over the weekend. At 9.45pm on Saturday would-be thieves damaged the back door of a house and snapped the handle off in their attempts to gain entry. And at 10.40pm on Sunday burglars got into a house and stole the keys to a green, Y-Reg Ford Focus and drove it away. Anyone with information should call police on 0845 4580000 or CrimeStoppers on 0800 555111.

WELL DONE: Club captain Mike Jones (left) congratulates Steve and Scott Bampton.

A VAUXHALL Cavalier was stolen from West Road, Weaverham, but recovered by police hours later. The blue L-Reg was taken between 11.15pm on Thursday and 7.30am on Friday. Police found it a short distance away on Glebe Road and the vehicle has now been taken away for forensic examinations to be carried out. Anyone with information is asked to contact Northwich Neighbourhood Policing Unit on 01244 614254 or CrimeStoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.

Yobs torch vehicle

A FORD Fiesta was stolen from Caldy Way, Winsford on Saturday night and later found burnt out. The car was taken between 11pm and 9.30am on Sunday, police said. It was discovered on a path off nearby Nixon Drive after being torched. Anyone with information is asked to call Det Sgt Tony Jones at Winsford Neighbourhood Policing Unit on 01244 612594.

Break-in at house

BURGLARS broke into a house at Leigh Way, Weaverham on Thursday night and stole a handbag containing cash and credit cards. The offenders got in through a rear patio door and also took a Nokia mobile phone. They raided the garden shed, but nothing was taken. Police are appealing for witnesses.

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DANGEROUS: Det Sgt Tony Jones warns someone could be killed by people firing marbles at moving vehicles.

Father and son tee up golf triumph THE Bamptons – Steve and son Scott – made the now annual Knight’s Grange Golf Club “Lads ‘n Dads” tournament a family affair. They won the two-man – a senior and junior – trophy after beating fierce opposition from runners-up Ian and Loren Tier and Dave Hand and Ryan Boyd in

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Former Trio could face manslaughter charge player is cleared

ASSAULT CHARGE: Former Man City skipper Andy Morrison.

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OAP receives penalty order A PENSIONER who admitted attacking an 80-year-old war veteran as he walked along the canal in Northwich has been sentenced to a 12-month community order. Ernest Morley, 73, pleaded guilty to grievous bodily harm against Fred Lovell on Tuesday, July 1, and was sentenced at Chester Crown Court on Monday morning. Morley, of Stretton Walk, Northwich, pushed Mr Lovell to the ground last October, causing him to break his thigh bone.

A FIRE in a hedgerow at The Willows, Wincham, developed into a full-scale emergency on Friday night when the flames spread to a garage roof. Firefighters from Northwich used two hoses to bring the blaze under control after stripping some of the tiles off the roof to expose the charred timber underneath. The whole operation took about 45 minutes.

Teenager assaulted

A MAN in his late teens was attacked by a group of up to 10 youths in Winsford on Sunday night. The incident happened on Delamere Street at its junction with Saxon Crossway at about 10.35pm, and the man sustained what police have described as “minor injuries”. Witnesses are asked to contact police.

Litter set alight

A FIRE at Winsford Cross Shopping Centre on Thursday night was started deliberately, investigators believe. Firefighters were called out at 7.23pm and found litter had been set alight. The flames were easily contained and extinguished and the incident was closed at 7.40pm. Police are appealing for witnesses.


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Students revel in record-breaking exam results By Jane Matzen STUDENTS across Mid Cheshire joined in the euphoria that greeted another record-breaking set of A-Level results on Thursday. All schools reported another year of fan-tastic results with head teachers praising the hard work and dedication of all concerned. One of the most remarkable stories of the day came from The Grange School, where three sets of twins pocketed 21 A grades between them. They included 18- year-olds Christopher and Thomas Beasant, of Cuddington, who share the same ambition to become civil engineers. Tom was awarded five A grades and Christopher four plus a B in the same subjects – maths, further maths, physics, chemistry and general studies. Their proud dad Nigel said: “It is more difficult for twins because they compete against each other and everyone else. “We are absolutely thrilled with their results which are due to a lot of very hard work.”

ANOTHER GOOD YEAR: Students at Sir John Deane’s College celebrate their fantastic results, as did many teenagers across Mid Cheshire on Thursday.

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Twin peaks THE headmaster of The Grange School, Hartford, has spoken of his delight and pride in the school’s students and staff as this year’s A-level results surpassed all previous records. “With over 88% of A-level results at A or B grade and a 100% pass rate, this year’s students have beaten the consistently high standard set in recent years,” said Christopher Jeffrey. “Sixty-nine per cent of all grades were A grades, and the measure of average university entry points per pupil was also the best we have yet achieved, up on last year’s previous best.” Nearly half the students gained three A grades or more. He added: “It is a particular pleasure to see this group of students set new records, given the magnificent and positive way they responded to the awful loss of two of their classmates last summer.” The roll call of honour included eight students who gained five A grades, and three sets of twins managed 21 A grades between them. Four students also received letters from the AQA board congratulating them on gaining one of the top five marks in the country: Michael Simpson in physics and Alison Baxter, Katie Shaw and Alys Hillis in graphic design.

Results Full results, AS results in brackets: James Acklam Ch, M, Ec, GS (Ph, FM); Simon Ambrose Phil, Gr, Gg, GS (Ph); Victoria Aspinall GP, Ec, Sp, M, GS; Katie Balfour FM, M, Ph, GS (GP, A); Joseph Banfi GP, Phil, AD (Ec, GS); Struan Barr Gg, AD, Ph, GS (M); William Basnett GP, Ec, Gg, GS (Phil); Alison Baxter Gg, AD, CC, Gr (GS); Fiona Baxter AD, Gr, Gg, GS (Hi); Christopher Beasant Ph, FM, M, Ch, GS (Bi); Thomas Beasant Ph, FM, M, Ch, GS (Sp); Chloe Bennett Phil, Sp, RS (Hi, GS); Edward Bithell Ph, M, Gg, GS (RS); Timothy Blackshaw Gg, M, Ec, GS (Bi); John Braddock Hi, M, Ec, GS (Ph); Daniel Broomfield Ph, Fr, RS, GS (M); Stewart Brown Ch, Sp, Bi, GS (Hi); Jonathan Buckle Ec, ELit, D, M, GS; Helena Cartwright: M, ELit, RS (GS, Hi); Kirsty Corbett ES, BS, Gg (Ec, GS); Amy Crowther Hi, Phil, Sp, GS (RS); Anna Dalzell ELit, Phil, RS, GS (Sp); Grace Dargan Ph, FM, M, Ch (Bi, GS); Natalie Eccles: BS, Gr, IT (Ph, GS); Holly Edwards ELit, Hi, GP, GS (CC); Samuel Ellis BS, Hi, ELit, GS (Gg); Alexander Ewart GP, RS, EC (GS, Gg); David Ewington M, Sp, Ec, GS, (BS); Sarah Farrell ELit, Fr, GP, GS (A); Amie Fenton G, Bi, ES, GS (Ch); Edward Ford AD, BS, Gg, GS (M); John Ford Ec, BS, IT (Phil, GS); Helen Gaster AD, Phil, Gr, GS (En); Raphael Godfrey AD, Phil, Gr (Hi, GS); Jonathan Gough Ec, GP, Gg (Bi, GS); Andrew Gough: Hi, ELit, IT, GS (Ec); Sophie Greenwood ELit, Sp, D, GS (Phil); Jordan Gregson Ec, BS, IT (Gg, GS); Rachael Hack Gg, Fr, Sp, GS (D); Michael Hall Gg, Phil, CC, GS (BS); Anna Hanratty Phil, BS, Bi (Sp, GS); Kathryn Hardy ELit, Hi, RS, GS (D); Olivia Harral AD, BS, D (Gg, GS); Rachel Hatton ELit, Phil, D, GS (A); Alyson Hillis Hi, Sp, Gr, GS (M); Jessica Holt M, Hi, L, GS (F); Kathryn Hopkinson

Gg, Bi, D, GS (F); Ross Hughes Gg, Bi, Ch, GS (M); Sam Hyatt Phil, Bi, Ch, ELit (GS); Shaw Inoue Ch, Bi, Gg, GS (Ph); Matthew Jones Ch, ES, Bi, Gg, GS; Richard Kershaw M, Phil, Ph, GS (IT); Anish Khandhia Ch, Sp, Bi, GS (Ph); Kristopher Landells Ph, M, Ec (Ch, GS); James Leach Ec, Phil, Sp, GS; Katherine Leishman M, Phil, Ph, GS (Ch); India Lewi: Ch, Bi, Gg, GS (M); Olivia Lindsay-Gould Gg, ELit, D, GS (ES); Peter Lineen BS, Phil, GP, GS (Ec); Ross Mather BS, Ec, IT (M, GS); Thomas McDonald Ch, M, Bi, GS (Ph); William McIlraith BS, M, FM, Ph, GS (Gr); Ross Miller AD, Gr, D (GS); Thomas Millington M, Bi, Gr, GS (Ph); Peter Morgan M, FM, Ph, GS (Ch, BS); Sasha Morgan-Manley ELit, Phil, D, GS (Sp); Oliver Morrison G, Fr, ELit, RS, GS; Richard Osborne Ph, M, FM, Ch, GS (L); Emma Phillips G, ELit, Sp, GS (RS, Phil); Claudia Philps: Ph, M, FM, Sp, GS; Jonathan Ralph Fr, Sp,Ec,GS(M);JenniferReesCh,Mu,M,Bi,GS; Jessica Rosa M, Bi, Ch, Mu, GS; Jorn Rose: BS, AD, CC, GS (G); Emma Sanderson Gg, Fr, Sp, GS (Bi); Samuel Shaw BS, Ec, Bi, GS (Ch); Kathryn Shaw Ec, Sp, Gr, GS (BS); Matthew Sheeran AD, Gr, IT (GS); Claire Simmons M, Fr, ELit, Ec, GS; Michael Simpson Ph, M, FM, Sp, GS (Ec); Christopher Smart GP, AD, Phil, GS (CC); Peter Smithson Gg, Phil, D, GS; James Taunton M, GP, Ec, GS (Ch); Thomas Testard Ec, Gr, Gg, Phil (GS); Annabel Toleman GP, Sp, Ph, GS (A); William Walters M, BS, IT, GS (ES); Michael Waring: M, Phil, Ph, GS (Ch); James Weston GP, Hi, Ec (Ch, GS); Emily Willdig Ch, M, FM, Bi, GS; Harriet Williams GP, M, Sp, Ec, GS; William Williams G, M, FM, Ph, GS; Benjamin Wood Ec, Gr, IT (GS); Joanna Wooles Gg, M, Bi, GS (Hi); Casey Wronko ELit, AD, RS, GS (Phil).

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GREAT GRADES: Lily Harral, 18; Rachel Hatton, 17; Katie Balfour, 18; Jess Holt, 17; Jorn Rose, 18; Tom McDonald and Ed Bithell, both 18 celebrate on results day. SB140808GRANGE

AD Art and Design, ADT Art, Design and Textiles, AM Applied Mathematics; AR Art, Bi Biology, BiH Human Biology, NSF Biology, Social and Environmental, BS Business Studies, BIS Business Information Studies, Ch Chemistry, Cl Classical Studies, CC Classic Civ, Co Computer, CT Christian Technology, D Drama, Da Dance, DT Design and Technology, DTS Drama/Theatre Studies. Ec Economics, El Electronics, Eng Engineering, ELang English Language, ELit English Literature, ELL English Language and Literature, ES Environmental Science, FA Fine Art, FM Further Maths, Fr French, FS Film Studies, G German, Gg Geography, Gl Geology, GP Government and Politics, Gr Graphics, GS General Studies. HC Hospitality and Catering, Hi History, HE

Home Economics, HSC/HSE Health and Social Care, ICT Information Communication Technology, IT Information Technology, L Latin, La Law, M Mathematics, Me Mechanics, BiM Microbiology, MD+D Maths D&D (MEI), M+M Applied Maths with Mechanics, M+S Applied Maths with Statistics, MS Media Studies, MT Music Technology, Mu Music. PA Performing Arts, PD Product Design, PE Physical Education, Ph Physics, Phil Philosophy, P Politics, PS Performance Studies, Ps/Py Psychology, PU Pure Mathematics, RS Religious Studies, So Sociology, Sp Spanish, SPE Sports and Physical Education, SCI/VCE Science (Vocational), SS Sports Studies, St Statistics, Te Textiles, TS Theatre Studies, TT Travel and Tourism.


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College’s 100 per cent successes THERE were more celebrations at Mid-Cheshire College where students achieved a 100% pass rate in the key A-level subjects English Language and English Literature. Excellent individual achievements included Paul Sobecki, 25, of Northwich, who is currently working at Sainsbury’s. He said: “My interests lie in publishing, this English A-level will now help me

By Jane Matzen move to a new career.” Vocational results included an outstanding maximum 100% mark for 17-year-old Thomas Taylor, of Greenbank, for his IT Practitioners Course. Thomas said: “I chose to study at Mid-Cheshire because it has the highest success rates in further education in Cheshire.” Helen Armstrong, his IT lecturer, said: “Tom has worked really hard throughout the year to achieve these fantastic results. He has been awarded maximum marks for every module he has studied. Only 11% of students nationally achieve a Distinction grade.”

TOP MARK: Vocational results included an outstanding maximum 100% mark for 17-year-old Thomas Taylor, of Greenbank.

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Results:KathrynAddisonHEc,ICT (App); Robert Alford Ch, Ph, M; Charlotte Anderson Hi, ELang, D&T; Kelly Appleton ELang, BS, La; Rachael Ashcroft RS; Charlotte BakerBi,Ch,M;DavidBamberPh, D&T,M,FM;Bryony-AnneBennett MS, Sci (App), ICT (App); Thomas Bevan MS, BS (App), ICT (App); Thomas Bloor Gg, Ch, RS; Luke Bownes Ph, GS, M; Marcus Broad Hi, Sci (App), La; Catherine Burgess Hi, ELit, RS; Sarah Burke ELang, D&T, ICT (App); Katie Burrows Bi, Ch, M; Natasia Bzdega Bi, Sci (App). Samuel Chawner (Bi, Ch, M, FM; Philippa Clifton GS, RS, M, Sp; Ryan Coles Psy, Sci (App), BS (App); Peter Collister MS, ELit; Andrew Connell MS, BS (App), ICT (App); James Connell MS, BS, ICT (App); Roisin Cull D, Sci (App), BS; Laura Cummings Gg, BS, M; Sharon Dal Zotto Ec, M, Sp; Matthew Davies Hi, Ec, La; Amy Dingley Hi, Psy, M; Kimberley Done Sci (App), ICT (App). Daniel Eastwood ELang, RS, BS (App); Grace Edmunds Bi, Ch, Ph; Alice Edwards Hi, D, ELang; Kathryn Evans Gg, ELang, BS; Holly Finnegan HSocC, Soi (App), BS; Sophie Fletcher-Curran Hi, Psy, BS (App); Meghan Fowles Psy, D, MS; Kerry-Louise Freer ELit, Ec, La; Tara Gibbins SSocC, Sci (App); Cassandra Gilbert Hi, Psy, RS; Mark Goodwin Ch, M, La. Benjamin Hancock ELang, BS; Katherine Hart D, ELang, GS, M; Andrew Haughey EC, M, ICT (App); Leanne Hayes Psy, HEc, M, ICT; Rachel Helm Bi, M; Rebecca Hickson ELang, ELit, F; Hayley Holmes Bi, HSocC, BS; Vicktoria Hoolohan RS, M, Sp; Claire Horgan Bi, Ch, M; Rebecca Horne Psy, Bi, Ch; Nicola Houghton Ch, BS, M; Rachel Howarth Mu, CS, M; Helen Hunt Ch, RS, M; Christopher Jarvis Mu, CS, M; Joshua Jones Bi, M, Sp; Stacey Jones BS (App), ICT (App); Thomas Joy Hi, Psy, ELang. James Keeley Ph, CS, M; Mary Killeavy Hi, Psy, ELang; Henry Knowles BS, M, ICT (App); Mark Lambert MS, Ec, BS; Diane Lapworth D, MS, ELang; Jennifer Lawton Bi, Ch, M; Matthew Leigh Hi, Ch ELang; Stuart Leonard Ph, M, F, Sp; David Lloyd Ph, D&T, M; Natalie Hunt D, HSocC, Sci (App). Alice Marrows Hi, ELang, Sci (App); Emma Marsden Ch, RS, M; Gareth Marshall MS, ELang, BS; Stephanie Masterson ELang, F, G; Kyran Matthews Mu, Ch, Ph, GS, RS; Joseph McCourt D, ELit, F; Matthew McGiveron Gg, BS,M; Thomas McGiveron Gg, Bi, ELit; Howard Melnyczuk Ch, Ph, M; Francesca Metzinger Hi, MS, Elang; Lucy Montgomery Psy, MS, ELang; Jessica Moore Psy, BS (App); James Murphy Psy, ELang, Ec; Frank Nield Gg, Ch, M; Colette Parsons Psy, HSocC, Sci (App); Stephanie Pirrazzo Psy, Bi, HEc; Matthew Plant BS (App), ICT (App), F; Joseph Polshaw Ch, Ph, M; Melissa Prescott MS, ELang, F. Mark Raffo ELang, Sci (App), BS (App); Andrew Rawlings Ch, Ph, M; Benjamin Reeves Hi, RS, M; John Rizkallah Ph, M, FM; Benjamin Ribbins ELang, F, G; Lauren Robertson Psy, BS, M; Nicholas Rogers Gg, Psy, Ec; Anna Rooney Hi, BS (App), ICT (App); Laura Smyth Psy, GS, RS; George Southern BS (App), ICT (App), La; Michael Stankiewicz Hi, Ch, M; Matthew Stone Hi, M; Thomas Sturman Gg, Ph, M. Kayleigh Taylor Gg, Ph, M; Mark Taylor BS (App), CT (App), La; Andrew Toolis Ch, Ph, M; Nicola Underhill ELit, RS, G; Joseph Wallace Hi, La; Luke Webster ELang, Sci (App); Kathryn Wellington D, Ch, MS; Matthew Whelan Hi, ELang, M; Christopher Willway Gg, M, ICT (App); Anthony Warden Gg, MS, Ec; Alexander Wynn Ec, La, Hi; Shaun Yardley Bi, Ch, M.

ANOTHER year of exceptional pass rates added to the A-level celebrations at Sir John Deane’s College on Thursday. Delighted principal Andrew Jones described the results as “excellent” and said they reflected not only the commitment and ability of students but also the care and guidance of teachers and parents. “It is great to see so many smiling faces around college and, on the basis of this set of results, we hope to maintain our record of being in the top 10 sixth-form colleges.” Sir John Deane’s has delivered outstanding results for many years – and this year is no exception with 100% pass rates in 29 subjects. Star pupils included Sarah Hopwood and Julia Nicholson, who both obtained five Grade As, and Emma Haward and Rachel Ward, who both picked up four grade As and one B. There was also great news for Frances Mathews, Charlotte Harrison and Rebekah Hope, who achieved some of the highest marks in the country in Health and Social Care.

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in association with Sir John Deane’s College Full results, including AS levels in brackets: Abi Aartse-Tuyn (GS,So,Te,TS); Rachael Acton (Elang,GS,TT); Simon Adams BSF,Ch,GS,M+S; James Adlington (Elit,FS); Ellie Adshead GS,Gr,MS,So; Peter Aidley (Elang,GS,Gg,PE,Ps/Py); Simeon Aidley G S,Gg,BiH,SPE; Hannah Alcock GS,Hi,Sp; Sammi Aldridge (Bi,Ch,Fr,GS,M+S); Alexander Allen Elang, GS,Gg; David Allen GS,M+M,Mu,MT,Ph; Rob Allen BiH,Ph,SPE; Charlie Allison-Eadie AD,Elang,GS,Te; Max Almquist GS,Gg,M+S,Ph; Holly Anderson BSF,GS,Ps/Py,So; Patrick Anderson GS,BiH,MS,SPE; Bethany Andrew (BS/AVCE,Ec,Fr,GS,M+S); Grace Andrews Elang,GS,Gg,La; James Annells (BS/AVCE,GS,Hi,BiH,PE); Lee Anson (GS,La,Ps/Py,So); Aisha Appleton AD,Elang,GS,Te; Danielle Armstrong BS/AVCE,Elang,GS,La; Victoria Armstrong (Elit,GS,Gg,M+S,TS); Emily Arries AD,Elang,GS,La; Daniel Ashbrook BS/AVCE,Ch,Co,GS; Rebekah Ashmore (Bi,Ch,GS,M+S,Ps/Py); Sarah Ashworth GS,Hi,La,RS; Lucy Aspinall (GS,Gg,G,BiH,PE); Alice Astbury (AD,Elit,GS,MD+D,Te); Stephanie Astbury Elang,GS,G,Ps/Py; Jess Aston (GS,So,Te,TT); Katherine Atherton BSF,Ch,GS; Kathryn Atherton (Elang,GS,Gg,La,Te); Sarah Atherton (BS/AVCE,GS,Gg,MD+D,Te); Natalie Atkins AD,GS,Sp,TT; Brendan Bache FS,GS,Mu,MT; Alex Bailey (GS,BiH,M+S,PE,Ps/Py); Gemma Bailey (Elang,FS,GS,Ps/Py,So); Cara Baker (AD,GS,Te); James Baker Ch,GS,M+M,Ph; John Baker (Ch,Elang,GS,Hi,IT); Oliver Baker (BS/AVCE,GS,M+M); Rachel Balding BSF,Ch,M+S,Ph; Lauren Bale AD,GS,Gr,So; Kate Banks Elit,GS,Hi; Adam Bannister (Elang,GS,Hi,PE); Jessica Bannister (Bi,Elit,GS,Gg,Ps/Py); David Barden (Ch,GS,M+M,Ph); Scott Barker (GS,La,Ps/Py,RS); Elizabeth Barnes (BS/AVCE,Elit,GS,Hi,Mu); Amy Barr (Bi,Ch,Elit,GS,Hi); Tom Barrett (G,BiH,PE); Will Barron Fr,GS,La; Adam Barton (BS/AVCE,Ec,GS,Ps/Py,So); Jack Barton (Elang,GS); Nicola Barton (Elit,GS,,Hi,M+S); Sarah Bashir (Bi,Ch,GS,M+M,Ph); Sarah-Louise Bason (Elang,PA); Caroline Bateman (GS,PE,Ps/Py); Sarah Baxby (Bi,Elit,GS,MS,Ps/Py); Flic Baxter BSF,Ch,GS,M+S; Kim Beaumont (Elang,GS,Te,TT); Louise Bebbington BSF,Ch,GS,La; Rachel Bebbington (GS,BiH,Ps/Py,So); Joanna Belgrau (Elit,GS,Hi,So); Abby Bell DTS,GS,Gg; David Bell Co,El,GS; Leanne Bell (AD,GS,M+S,Te); Tui Benjamin (AD,Elit,GS,Hi); Michaela Bentley (AD,GS); Will Beresford BS/AVCE,GS,Ps/Py,SPE; Gemma Berrington BSF,GS,Ps/Py; Jonathan Berry (Co,GS,Gg,M+S,MS); Lauren Berry Elang,GS,MS,Sp; Rachael Berry BS/AVCE,Elang,GS; Sarah Berry BSF,Ch,GS,M+S; Chloe Bertenshaw Elang,GS,La,So; Emma Bestall (BS/AVCE,Elang,GS,La,Ps/Py); Mike Bettley Elang,GS,Hi; Nick Bettley (BS/AVCE,GS,PE,So); Max Bielby (Ec,GS,Gg,BiH); Jack Billinge BSF,Ch,GS,Gg; Sophie Billingham (Bi,Ch,Elit,GS,Ps/Py); Louise Bird GS,So,SPE; Sam Birkbeck BSF,Co; Emma Bishop Elit,GS,Gg,TT; Joseph Bishop (Ch,GS,Ph); Josh Black (Bi,Ch,GS,Hi,MT); Amy Blackburn BS/AVCE,Elang,GS,So; Maria Blackhurst (AD,GS,Gg,BiH,M+M); Daniel Blades (Ec,GS,G,Hi,M+M); Tom Blain (BS/AVCE,Ec,GS,MS);AustinBland(El,M+M,MT,Ph);SarahBlanthorn (GS,BiH,PE,Ps/Py); David Bleasdale Ch,GS,M+S,Ph; Tom Boardman (Co,GS,M+M,Ph); Adam Boocock Ch,Co,GS; Zoe Jayne Boone (AD,Elang,GS,Gg,Te); Matthew Booth (IT,PE,Ps/Py); Joe Borley (FS,GS,IT,MS); Melanie Bott GS,Hi,Ps/Py,So; Kenndel Boulton (Elang,GS,BiH,Ps/Py,Sp); Tom Bowcock Ec,GS,Gg; Emily Bowen AD,GS,Te; Stephanie Bowyer (Bi,Ch,GS,TS); Gareth Boyle GS,BiH,SPE; Andrew Brady (Co,El,Ph); Georgia Bramhall (Elit,GS); Becky Brent (La,Ps/Py,So); Georgina Brider BS/AVCE,GS,Gg; Roxanne Bridgett BS/AVCE,Fr,GS,La; Eddie Bridle GS,Hi,So; Helen Briggs Da,Elang,PS; Nathan Britland (Bi,Ch,GS,IT,M+S); Katie Brittleton (FS,MS,Ps/Py,So); Becci Broad AD,Ch,GS; Matt Broadhurst (MS,So); Adam Broadley (BS/AVCE,GS,Hi,La,MD+D); Sapphire Brogan (GS,Gg,Hi,La,M+S); Andrea Brook (BS/AVCE,GS,So,TS); Christopher Broom (FS,GS,MS,Ps/Py,So); Morgan Brown GS,La,Ps/Py,SPE; Rebecca Brown (AD,Hi,M+S); Tom Bruen El,GS,M+M,Ph; Jo Buckley (AD,Elang,GS,Te); Liam Buckley (GS,BiH,IT,MS,PE); Laura Bullen BS/AVCE,GS,Ps/Py; Amy Burbidge (Elang,GS,MS,Ps/Py,So); Sally Burgess (PE); Charlotte Burke AD,Fr,GS,Te; Evie Burrell BS/AVCE,Elang,GS,ICT/VAS ICT; Amber Burrows BSF,GS,Gg; Connie Burrows GS,BiH,Ps/Py;Deborah Burrows AD,BS/AVCE,GS,PS; Sarah Burrows (Bi,Ch,GS,M+M,Ph); Shaun Burrows BS/AVCE,GS,Ps/Py,SPE; Aidan Burt (Bi,Ch,GS,M+M,Ph); Rebecca Burton AD,Elang,GS,SPE; Claire Burton AD,DT,Ps/Py; Toni Burton (Fr,MS); Charlotte Butler Da,GS,PS,Ps/Py; Jessica Butler (GS,BiH,Ps/Py,So); Kerry Butler BSF,GS,La,Ps/Py; Simon Butterworth GS,Gg,M+M,Ph; Martin Cadman (BS/AVCE,GS,IT). Victoria Cadman (GS,PE,So). Liam Caldwell (Elang,GS,BiH,La,Ps/Py). Ian Campbell GS,M+S,Ps/Py,SPE;Ross Campbell BS/AVCE,Co,GS,Ph; A.J.Cannon Elang,GS,La,SPE;Josie Capel (AD,GS,Ps/Py). Mike Capelle BS/AVCE,GS,ICT/VAS ICT,La;Lisa Capper (Bi,Ch,GS,Ps/Py). Paul Capper DTS,GS,Mu,PS;Sarah Capper (AD,BS/AVCE,Elang,GS,M+S). Polly Capper-Cunningham (BS/AVCE,GS,M+M,Ph,TS). Kim Carey GS,Ps/Py,So;Heather Carlton Elit,GS,RS;Faye Carney AD,DT,GS,SPE;Jack Carr (Elang,GS,Gg,MS,So). Jack Carroll BSF,GS,SPE;Finlay Carson Ec,GS,Gg,M+S;Devon Cartwright (Elit,GS,IT,MD+D). Sarah Cattermole (BS/AVCE,GS,BiH,M+S,Ps/Py). Catherine Cernik DTS,Elit,GS,Ps/Py;Glyn Chadwick FS,GS;Rachel Challinor Da,DTS,GS,Sp;Lawrence Charles (Ec,GS,Hi,M+S). Tim Charlton BS/AVCE,Ch,GS,SPE;Jodie Cheung FS,Ps/Py,Te;Sindy Cheung GS,La,So,Sp;Rochelle Christian (Elang,M+S,PA,TS). Martin Clancy (BS/AVCE,Ec,Elang,GS,PE). Kate Clare (Elang,Elit,GS,Ps/Py). Rachael Clark Elang,GS,So;Amy Clarke AD,GS,Ps/Py,Sp;Chris Clarke (IT,M+M,PE,Ph). Dan Clarke BS/AVCE,Elit,GS (IT). Frances Clarke (Fr,Hi,MS,So). Nikki Clarke FS,GS,Te (MS). Laura Clement GS,Ps/Py,So;Bethany Clewes (BS/AVCE,GS,La,PA,Ps/Py). Chris Clifford DT,BiH,SPE;James Clifford ICT/VAS ICT,TT;Sam Cloake Fr,GS,M+M,Ph;Jonathan Clough (BS/AVCE,Co,GS,M+M,Ph). Emma Coates (Elit,GS,MS,So,Te). Faith Cobley (GS,Ps/Py,RS,So). Dan Cole (FS,MS). Nathan Coleclough AD,GS,Gg,RS;Michael Collins (BS/AVCE,MS,MT). Hayley Colton BSF,Ch,GS,M+S;Lydia Colton (Bi,Ch,GS,M+M,TS). Patrick Cook (AD,Bi,ES,GS,Hi). Samantha Cook Elang,GS,La,Sp;Sam Cooke Co,La,Ps/Py;Ben Cooper (BS/AVCE,Gg,PE). Joanne Cooper (AD,BS/AVCE,Elang,GS,G). Samantha Cooper (Bi,ES,GS,TS). Sarah Cooper BS/AVCE,Co,GS,ICT/VAS ICT;Jack Coppack (Elit,GS,Gg,PE,TT). Daniel Coppock BS/AVCE;Samantha Cordery AD,DTS,Elang,GS;Victoria Cornwell (Bi,GS,La,Ps/Py). Jess Cottingham Fr,GS,MS,PS;Naomi Coverdale (Bi,Ch,Fr,GS,M+S). Kasmin Cowap AD,GS,Te;James Cragg (BS/AVCE,GS,Gg,IT,M+S). David Craig Co,GS,Gg;Marcus Cronin BSF,Ch,GS;Charlotte Cross (BS/AVCE,GS,Gg,La). Natasha Cross (AD,Elit,GS,Ps/Py). Danielle Cummins (Ec,GS,,M+M,Sp). Hayley Curl ;Sam Cush (Bi,Ch,GS,M+S,Ps/Py). Thomas Daines Co,GS,G,M+M;Carly Dalkowski BS/AVCE,Elang,GS,Ps/Py;Tara Dattani BS/AVCE,GS,La,Ps/Py;Ben Davenport ES,GS,Gg,Ph;Natalie Davenport BSF,Ch,GS;Andrew Davies DT;Bradley Davies (GS,BiH,MS,PE,Ps/Py). Kurt Davies (GS,Mu,MT,PE,PA). Lucy Davies BS/AVCE,GS,La,Ps/Py;Ruth Davies GS,BiH,Ps/Py,SPE;Stephen Davies GS,Gg,Hi;Leanne Deakin (GS,La,Ps/Py,So). Jack Dean (GS,Gg,Hi,La,M+S). Matthew Dean (BS/AVCE,PE,Ps/Py). Judith Derbyshire GS,PS,SPE,TT;Jade Devlin MS,PS (TS). Emily Dignum Elang,GS,Ps/Py,Sp;Tom Ditchburn Ch,DT,GS,M+M,Ph;Edward Dodd (Ch,El,GS,M+M,Ph). Fraser Dodd (GS,BiH,PE,So). Andrew Donald Ch,M+M,Ph;Craig Douglas (GS,IT,PE). Rachel Douglas AD,BS/AVCE,GS,Gg;Sam Duncalf BSF,Ch,GS,Ps/Py;Katie Dunn (BS/AVCE,Elang,FS,GS,MS). Sarah Dutton ES,GS,Gg,So;Rebecca Dymond BSF,Elang,PS;Jamie Dyson BS/AVCE,GS,So,SPE;Laurie Edwards AD,Elang,GS,Te;Kayleigh Egerton GS,La,Ps/Py,So;Kyle Egerton (GS,PE,So). William Eggleston (Ch,GS,Ph). Rachel Elcock (AD,GS,M+S,MS,Ps/Py). Nick Ellaby BSF,Ch,GS,Ps/Py;Natasha Ellam (Bi,Ch,GS,Hi,M+M). Jennie Elliott (Bi,Ch,GS,Hi,M+M). Chloe Ellis GS,Gg,La,Ps/Py;George Ellis FS,GS,Gg,MS;Toby Elsegood Ch,El,GS,G;Dave Elson (FS). Chris England (Co,GS,Ph). Robert England (Elang,GS,Hi,M+S,Sp). Faran Erdmann

Elang,GS,MS,So;Alex Estcourt (BS/AVCE,Ec,Elit,GS,La). Andrew Evans GS,Ph,SPE;Hannah Evans BSF,Ch,GS;Catherine Fallows (GS,BiH,PE,Ps/Py). Joanna Farmer Elit,GS,La,Ps/Py;Robert Farrimond GS,G,M+S;Miriam Fawcett (Elit,GS,Mu,Te,TS). Katie Fearon (AD,,Elang,GS,M+M). Imogen Fell BS/AVCE,GS,Mu,PS;Zak Fenton Elang,Fr,GS,Ps/Py;Oliver Field (FS,GS,MS,TT). James Finney (Bi,BS/AVCE,Ec,GS,La). Jemma Fitzsimmons (Elit,GS,Mu,Ps/Py,Sp). Rachel Flannery BS/AVCE,Fr,GS;Lucy Fletcher (Bi,Ch,GS,M+S,Ps/Py). David Ford (Bi,Ch,GS,M+M,Ph). Sarah Fowkes Fr,GS,G;Matthew Foxley (Ch,IT). Sarah Freeman Elang,Elit,GS,MS;Daniel French GS,BiH,Ps/Py,SPE;Alex Frommert (Elit,GS,Hi,IT,La). Alex Fulton El,GS,M+S,Ph;Shauna Furse (Elang,Elit,GS,PA,TS). Shenley Gallimore (AD,Co,GS). Mark Gamwell (El,GS,Hi,Ph). Rachel Gardner BSF,Ch,GS,Ps/Py;Craig Garner (Elang,GS,Hi,IT,M+S). David Gawne BS/AVCE,GS,MS,MT;Anna Geary (BS/AVCE,Elit,GS,PA,Sp). Rebecca Gerrard (GS,Hi,La,Ps/Py,RS). Callum Gibson GS,Hi,La,MS;Louise Gibson (Ch,ES,GS,Gg,M+S). Shaun Gibson GS,MS,Mu,MT;Dominic Gidge GS,Gg,G,Hi;James Gilbert GS,Gg,TT;Callum Gilhooley (Elang,ES,GS,Gg,So). Tanya Gill (AD,GS,Gg,Ps/Py,Te). Mhairi Gilmour (BS/AVCE,Elang,Hi). Emily Godden (AD,Da,GS,PA,Ps/Py). Andrew Godfrey BS/AVCE,GS,MS,So;Laura Goolding (IT). Samuel Gordon GS,ICT/VAS ICT,La;Jane Goulbourne DTS,M+M,Ph;Natalie Gradwell Da,Fr,GS,TT;Alexandria Grant GS,BiH,Ps/Py;Christopher Grant (Elang,GS,Hi,IT,So). Steven Grant (Elang,Hi). Kat Grayson GS,Ps/Py;Nick Greasley BS/AVCE,DT,GS,Ps/Py;Calum Green (Elit,GS,Gg,TS). Charlotte Green (Elang). Helen Green Ec,GS,La,Ps/Py;Richard Green BSF,GS,G,SPE;Stacey Greenfield GS,Ps/Py,So;James Greenwood BSF,Ch,GS,M+S;Alex Greig BS/AVCE,GS,Sp; Amy Griffiths AD,GS,So,Te;Craig Griffiths (BS/AVCE,Co,GS,MD+D,Ph). Sarah Griffiths DTS,GS,Gg;Tom Grimley (ES,GS,MS,PE,Ps/Py). Alice Grove (Bi,Ch,GS,Gg,M+M). Sam Gunn GS,Gr,MS,MT;Bekki Guyatt AD,Elang,GS,Gr;Stuart Hague El,M+M,Ph;James Hale BSF,Ch,GS,Sp;Lily Hales (BS/AVCE,GS,MD+D,Ps/Py,So). Matthew Hall (BS/AVCE,ES,GS,Gg,IT). Anthony Hallwood (Elang). Tom Hamilton (Ch,GS,BiH,PE,Ps/Py). Kirsty Hancock (Ch,GS,Gg). Zoe Hancock (Ch,GS,Gg,IT,MD+D). Matthew Handley (Elang). Jessica Haney AD,BS/AVCE,Elang,GS;Ruth Hardern Ch,Co,GS,Ps/Py;Chloe Hardman GS,Hi,La,So;Rebecca Hardman BSF,Ch,GS,Ps/Py;Emma Hargreaves PS (,La). Holly Harkin (AD,Elang,GS,La,Sp). James Harkness (Elang,FS,TS). Matt Harmsworth (GS,La,M+S,Ps/Py,So). Charlotte Harrison (GS,Ps/Py,So,Te). Nick Haslehurst BS/AVCE,Co,GS,La,;Chris Hassall (GS,Gg,BiH,M+S,PE). Becky Hathaway GS;Michael Hatton (GS,Hi,IT,PE). Alexander Hay (PE,Ph). Christina Hayes GS,La,Ps/Py,So;Lewis Hayes (GS,Hi,PE,Ps/Py). Karys Heaton Sp,SPE;Tom Heaword GS,Ps/Py,SPE;Suz Helsby GS,BiH,La;Charlotte Hemingway (AD,Elang,GS,La). Alasdair Henry BSF,GS,Hi,La;Sally-Ann Heron (AD,Elit,GS,Ps/Py). Laura Hetherington BS/AVCE,Elit,GS,Te;Charlotte Hickey (GS,M+S,MS,Ps/Py,TS). Vicki Hicklin GS,Hi,Te;Jim Hickson (Co,GS,MS,Mu,MT). Rosie Hilditch (AD,GS,BiH,La,Ps/Py). Nikki Hill (BS/AVCE,GS,La,PA,Sp). Jess Hillam AD,Da,GS,So;Ellie Hill-Bruce (Elang). David Hillier Elit,GS,Hi,Ps/Py;Greg Hilton Elang,GS,Ps/Py;Ashley Hind Da,DTS,GS,Ps/Py;Jennifer Hindmarch GS,Ps/Py,So;Christopher Hobley FS,MS,MT;James Hocking (MS). Ben Hodkinson (GS,Gg,PE,Ps/Py). Kate Hodson BSF,Ch,GS,;Thomas Holcroft (GS,G,M+M,MT,Ph).AmyHolehouse(Bi,Ch,GS,Hi,PE).LauraHolmes (Elit,GS,La,Ps/Py). Victoria Holt (Ch,,Elang,GS,MD+D). Kyle Holtom (Bi,Co,GS,MS). Becky Hope (Elang,GS,So,TT). Ashleigh Hopps (Bi,BS/AVCE,Ch,GS,Ps/Py). Sarah Hopwood Fr,GS,Hi,Ps/Py;Samantha Hormbrey (Bi,Ch,GS,Ps/Py). Alex Hornby Ec,GS,La;Laura Hough Elang,GS,La,TT;Adam Houghton DT,TT;Andy Houghton Fr,GS,M+M,Ph;Ashley Houghton (BS/AVCE,GS,PE). Jessica Houghton (Elit,GS,La,Ps/Py,Sp). Holly Houston Elit,Fr,GS,PS;Kate Howard (GS,Gg,BiH,PE,Ps/Py). Peter Howard (BS/AVCE,GS,Gg,M+S,PE). Alex Hubbard (Elit,Fr,GS,Gg,La). Tom Hubbard AD,GS,Gr,SPE;Amy Hudson (AD,Elit,Fr,GS,Te). Carolyn Hughes (AD,GS,Ps/Py). Gaz Hughes Elang,Elit,GS;Georgia Hughes AD,Elit,GS,Te;Thomas Hughes (Bi,Ch,GS,Hi,PE). John Hulse GS,Hi,SPE;Colette Hurdsfield Elang,FS,GS,MS;Lucy Hutchinson (Elit,GS,Hi,Ps/Py,So). Sarah Hutchinson (AD,Ch,Elit,GS,Te). Daniel Hynes (Bi,Ch,GS,Gg,M+M). Victoria Ikin Elang,GS,La,So;William Iles Elang,GS,Ph;Hannah Ingleby Elit,Mu,Ps/Py;Ryan Ireland GS,Mu,PS;Oliver Irlam (BS/AVCE,Elang,GS,M+M,Ph). Chris Irvine FS,GS,MS,SPE;Ben Jackson Elang,GS,MS,So;Emily Jackson GS,MS,Ps/Py,So;Anastasia James (AD,PA,Ps/Py,Te). Matthew Jamieson SPE;Talya Jeffrey GS,G,Te;Ian Jenkins AD (,Mu). Lizzy Jenkins GS,Hi,M+S,Ps/Py;Stephen Jenkins (Elang,Elit,FS,GS,MS). Hannah Johnson BS/AVCE,Elang,GS,Ps/Py;Amy Johnson (Elang,MS,Ps/Py,So). Becky Johnson (BS/AVCE,Elang,GS,Hi,La). Ben Johnson (Bi,BS/AVCE,Ch,Ec,GS). Ben Johnson (Mu,MT,TS). Elizabeth Johnson (AD,Elit,Fr,GS,MS). Laura Johnson GS,G,Hi,Te;Victoria Johnson (AD,Elit,GS,So). Anthony Johnston (GS,BiH,M+M,PE,So). Amy Jones GS;Ashley Jones (El,GS,IT). Ben Jones Elit,GS,Hi,So;Carrie Jones (AD,Elang,GS,So,Te). Carys Jones (AD,Elang,GS,Ps/Py,Te). Charlotte Jones (GS,La,M+S,So). Charlotte Jones (Elang,GS,Gg,Hi,IT). Claire Jones (AD,Elang,Fr,GS,Gg). Daniel Jones (GS,PE). Ella Jones GS,BiH,So;Emma Jones GS,Ps/Py,So,TT;Jonathan Jones BS/AVCE,GS,ICT/VAS ICT (ES). Matt Jones (Bi,Ch,ES,GS,M+M). Matthew Jones Elang,GS,La,Ps/Py;Rachel Jones Elit,GS,Hi,Sp;Sally Jones GS,Hi,La,Ps/Py;Sam Jones GS,Gg,La,SPE;Siobhan Jones GS,Ps/Py,So,SPE;Lauren Joseph Elang,GS,Hi,SPE;Andrew Josephs (BS/AVCE,GS,M+S,Mu,Ps/Py). Tristan Kay Ec,Elang,GS;Becky Keating (Elit,GS,Ps/Py). Lucy Keatley (Bi,ES,GS,Gg,Ps/Py). Alex Keenan ES,GS,Ph (BS/AVCE). Thomas Keene Elang,GS,Gg,Mu;Anna Kelly (Bi,Ch,Fr,GS,M+S). Don Kelly BSF,ES,G;Mark Kelly Elang,GS,G;Ashleigh Kerr (GS,La,PE). Natalie Kerr Elang,GS,MS,So;Daniel Kilshaw (BS/AVCE,GS,G,La). Charlotte King BS/AVCE,GS,Gg,La;Katie Kinsey (Da,Elang,GS,RS). Corinne Kinvig Elang,Fr,GS,SPE;Steven Kirkham (Bi,BS/AVCE,Ch,GS,Hi). Jeni Kirsopp (Bi,Ch,GS,Ph). SiÔn Kitchen (Da,FS,GS,MS,So). Tomos Kneale (Ec,Elang,GS,,Hi). Chris Knight BS/AVCE,Ec,GS,ICT/VAS ICT;Daniel Knight (BS/AVCE,Ec,GS,MD+D). Mike Knight GS,Hi,Mu;Sam Knight Ec,GS,Hi;Alistair Knowles (BS/AVCE,GS,PE). Harri Kubel AD,DTS,GS,Hi;Adele Lafferty AD,Elang,GS,MS;Robert Lally GS,Hi,BiH,Ps/Py;Ian Lamb (Elang,GS,PE). Rachael Lamb Elit,FS,GS;Jack Lanceley (GS,PE). Nicola Lander (GS,BiH,Ps/Py,So). Rosie Lane (AD,Ch,GS,G,BiH). Cecile Lanfranchi GS,M+M,Ph,Sp;Hannah Langford Elit,GS,La,Ps/Py;Vicky Langham (Bi,Ch,GS,Ps/Py). Philip Langley (BS/AVCE,Ec,GS,IT,PE). Catherine Latham (GS,Gg,M+M,Ph). Zoe Laurence (GS,BiH,Ps/Py,So). Chloe Lawley (Elang,GS,MS,PA,Ps/Py). Andy Lawrence Ch,GS,La;Johanna Lawrence (Ec,Elang,GS,MD+D,So). Becky Lawton (Elit,Fr,GS,Ps/Py). Charlotte Leather (GS,La,Ps/Py,Te). Louisa Lee (Bi,Ch,GS,M+S,PE). Lauren Leech GS,MS;Hannah Lees BSF,Ch,GS;Steff Leese (AD,Elang,GS,La,Sp). Caroline Leigh (Ch,GS,BiH,Ps/Py,So). Katie Leigh (GS,M+S,Mu,PA,TS). Christine Levis (AD,Elang,GS,Ps/Py,Te). Edward Lewis (GS,Gg). Hannah Lewis (GS,M+S,Ps/Py,So). Emily Lewitt (AD,Bi,GS,Ph,Ps/Py). Megan Lightfoot (Elang,GS,Ps/Py,RS). Emily Lindsay (G,Te). Fraser Lindsay (Ch,GS,M+M,Ph,Sp). Alice Liptrot AD,Elit,GS,Te;Charlotte Lister (AD,GS,RS,So). Jessica Little AD,GS;Leanne Littler (Elang,ES,GS,MS,Mu). Rochelle Littler GS,BiH,Sp;Frances Lloyd Ch,GS,ICT/VAS ICT,Sp;Peter Lloyd BSF,Ec,GS,So;Richard Lloyd BSF,Ch,GS,Gg;Iain Logie GS,Ps/Py,So,SPE;Amy Longworth (Elang,GS,Ps/Py,So). James Loveridge (GS,La,PE,Ps/Py). Zoe Lucock (Bi,GS,La,Ps/Py,Sp). Louis Lumsden (Elang,Fr,GS,MS,PA). Steph Mackay BSF,GS,Ps/Py,So;Mhairi MacRitchie (AD,Elit,GS,MT,PA). Claire Madeley (GS,IT,La,Ps/Py,Sp). Leigh Madeley (BS/AVCE,ES,GS,Hi,So). Alexandra Maher (Bi,Ch,GS). Zoe Mainwaring (Elit,Fr,GS,Gg,Hi). Kaylie Malley Elang,GS,MS;Natalie Maries (AD,GS,M+S,So). Sindhu Maripi

(BS/AVCE,Co,Ec,GS,MD+D). Lucy Markillie (Elang,Fr,GS,MS,Ps/Py). Molli Markland (FS,GS,PA,TS). Ruth Marsden Elang,GS,Ps/Py;Helena Marshall AD,GS,BiH,So;Nicholas Marshall (BS/AVCE,Ec,GS,La). Emily Jane Martin GS,BiH,Ps/Py,SPE;Emma Martin BSF,Ch,GS,M+S;Gina Martin (AD,,FS,GS,TS). Jack Martin BSF,Ch,GS;Liam Martin (Bi,Ch,GS,M+S,Ps/Py). James Mason (GS,Gg,Hi,M+M,Ph). Frances Mathews (Elang,GS,Ps/Py). Shaun Mattock BS/AVCE,GS,Sp,SPE;Emma Maxwell Elit,GS,Hi,BiH;Jonathan McAlinden MS,SPE;Katie McCausland (Ch,Elit,GS,PE,Te). Mia McClelland (BS/AVCE,GS,Hi,La). Callum McColm (Elang,GS,PA). Hannah McGill (Elit,GS,Gg). Lauren McGreevy BS/AVCE,Elit,GS,Ps/Py;Simon McIntosh (Ch,GS,M+M,MT,Ph). Joe McKay Ch,M+S (BS/AVCE). Duncan McKenna (AD,Elit,GS,G,M+M). Jonathan McKibbin (AD,Co,GS,Hi,MT). Alex McNeil Co,Elang,GS,MS;Kay McNeil FS,PS;Kate McNichol Elang,GS,Hi,So;Stephen McNichol (GS,IT,PE). Ben Meakin DT,ES,GS,Gg;Tom Mercer (Ch,Ec,GS,M+M). Victoria Metcalfe (Bi,Ch,GS,Hi,Ps/Py). Tara Micklewright (GS,BiH,Ps/Py,So). Lynne Middleton BS/AVCE,GS,Hi,La;Sarah Miley (GS,Ps/Py,So,TS). Raphael Miller DTS,GS,G,Mu;Daniel Millington (Bi,Ch,GS,M+S,Ps/Py). Jack Millington (Co,,GS,BiH,PE). Joe Mills AD,FS,Te;Faye Millward (Elang,GS,So,TS). David Milnes (Elit,GS). Tom Minshull BSF,Ch,GS,Ps/Py;Edward Mitchell BS/AVCE,Elang,GS,Ps/Py;Hannah Mitchell (AD,GS). John Mitchell GS,Gg,G;Emma Molyneux (Elang,FS,GS,MS,Ps/Py). Sarah Moore (AD,GS,RS). Amy Moores (AD,Bi,GS,M+M,Ph). Daniel Moores (GS,Gg,Hi,M+M,Ph). Vanessa Moores (Elang,FS,PA). Louise Morford AD,GS,Gr;Nick Morrey (BS/AVCE,GS,PE). Hope Morris (Elit,GS,Gg,Hi,Ps/Py). Jackson Morris BSF,Ch,GS,Gg;James Morris BS/AVCE,Elang,GS;Paul Morris BSF,Ch,GS,;Amy Morter DTS,Elang,GS,La;Leah Morton-Monaghan (Elit,Fr,GS,IT,La). Rae Moses BSF,Ch,GS;Kate Moss (GS,BiH,Ps/Py,So).MatthewMoss(Bi,Ch,GS,Gg,M+S).KerryMottram BS/AVCE,GS,La,Ps/Py;Helen Moxon GS,BiH,Ps/Py,So;Amy Mulholland Elang,GS,Ps/Py,So;Robyn Munro DTS,Elit,GS,Ps/Py;Byron Murgatroyd (GS,PA,Ps/Py,TS). Joshua Murphy (Elang,GS,Hi,La). Katharine Murray (AD,Elit,GS,BiH,Ps/Py). Rachel Murray Elang,Elit,GS,Ps/Py;Joanne Mycock (AD,Elang,GS,Hi,Ps/Py). Ben Myers BSF,Ch,GS,Ps/Py;Hollie Myles AD,Elit,Fr,GS;Jonathan Nash (GS,Gg,Ph). Jessica Needham (Bi,Ch,Fr,GS,M+S). Hugo Newell Fr,GS,Ps/Py;Sam Newson GS,ICT/VAS ICT,Ps/Py,SPE;Daniel Newton (El,GS,Gg,IT,TT). Alwyn Neyton (BS/AVCE,GS,G,M+M,Sp). Stuart Neyton (Ch,GS,G,M+M,Ph). Julia Nicholson BSF,Ch,GS,M+S,Ph;Julia Nicholson AD,GS,BiH,Ps/Py;Antonia Noel-Buxton (AD,FS,Te,TS). Joshua Normansell PS,Ps/Py,SPE;James Norrey (Ec,GS,G,Hi,M+S). Tom Norrey GS,Ps/Py,SPE;Liam Nugent (PE,Ps/Py,TT). Jenny Oakley (GS,Gg,G,Hi,M+S). Suzy Oakley (Elit,GS,Gg,Hi,Sp). Aisleen O'Cleirigh (Elit,GS,Hi,Ps/Py). Rosie O'Cleirigh GS,Hi,Ps/Py,SPE;Seamus O'Hare DTS,Elang,GS,MS;Jonny Oliver BSF,Ch,Elit,GS;Dale Ollier BSF,Elang,GS,Hi;Rachel O'Neill (Bi,Ch,GS,Gg,M+S). James Orchard (El,GS,Ph). Elinor Oultram-Turner (AD,GS,Gg,BiH,Ps/Py). Sophie Oultram-Turner (AD,Elit,GS,Hi,Te). Emily Outram BSF,Ch,GS,Ps/Py;Cerys Owen (AD,GS,Gg,Hi,Ps/Py). Stefan Palacz GS,Hi,BiH,Ps/Py;Matthew Palethorpe (Bi,Ch,GS,M+M,Ph). Christopher Palin (BS/AVCE,GS,Hi,La,So). Rob Palin (AD,Elang,IT,MS). Steve Pankhurst (Ch,M+M,PE,Ph). Lauren Pardoe Elit,GS,Hi,Ps/Py;Nathan Pardoe Co,Ec,GS,La;Richard Parkin (BS/AVCE,Ec,GS,Hi,La). James Parkinson ES,GS,Hi,ICT/VAS ICT;Angharad Parry (BS/AVCE,GS). Ebony Parry (Elang,GS,Hi,MS,Ps/Py). Richard Patterson BSF,Ch,GS,;Daniel Pearson BSF,Ch,GS,M+S;Lucy Pelham Elang,Elit,GS;Scott Penlington (Bi,GS,PE). Ruth Penny Elit,GS,Hi,PS;Ryan Penny (GS,M+M,Mu,MT,Ph). Sam Percival BS/AVCE,Elang,GS,Hi;Courtney Perks BS/AVCE,Ec,GS,SPE;Ian Petch Elit,GS,Gg,Hi;Kenneth Peters GS,Gr,MS,SPE;Nicola Pether BSF,GS,M+S,Ps/Py;Rosemary Phillips (AD,Bi,Ch,GS,Sp). Thomas Pickering Co,GS,Gg;Simon Pilkington (Elang,Elit,GS,Hi). Douglas Pinnington (Ch,GS,Hi,M+M,Ph). Thomas Pitts (AD,Ec,Elit,GS,M+S). Lian Platt (Elang,GS,IT,Ps/Py,So). Rebecca Plumb Elang,GS,Ps/Py,So;Emma Polak ES,GS,Gg,Hi;Ben Postlethwaite GS,ICT/VAS ICT,La;Anneka Potts AD,BSF,Ch,GS;Kim Potts Elang,GS,M+S,TT;Elliott Poucher (Bi,Ch,GS,M+S,Ps/Py). Chris Powell El,GS,Ph;David Powell (Ch,GS,M+S,MS,MT). Kate Powell (Elang,GS,MS,PA,Ps/Py). Hayley Preece (Bi,Ch,GS,M+S,PE). Lewis Price-Milne AD,GS,La,Sp;Rebecca Priestley-Eaton Elang,GS,,Hi;Sarah Pritchard BS/AVCE,Elang,Fr,GS;Jonathan Probert Ch,GS,M+M,Ph;Anthony Proffit (Co,GS,Hi,MD+D,Sp). Gemma Pugh (GS,Hi,La,M+S,Ps/Py). Emily Purdham GS,MS,PS;Rohan Pye (GS,IT). David Quinlan (BS/AVCE,Ec,GS,Hi). Jonathan Rae (GS,Hi,La,Ps/Py). Beth Raine (Bi,Ch,GS,M+S,Ps/Py). Rheannon Rainford Elang,GS,Ps/Py,SPE;Arthi Rajkumar (Bi,Ch,GS,G,M+S). Zach Redrup Elang,GS,MS;Emma Reid (AD,Bi,Ch,GS,M+S). Kimberly Reid AD,DTS,GS,Gr;Sarah Reilly (Bi,Ch,Elang,GS,Sp). Charlotte Renton (Elit,Fr,GS,Hi,Ps/Py). Lucy Richards (AD,Ch,GS,Hi,M+M). James Rickelton GS,Hi,MS,Ps/Py;Rachel Ridgers (GS,La,TS). James Ridgway (Elang,Elit,GS,Gg,MS). Rike Ridings (GS,BiH,La,Ps/Py). Luke Riley Elang,GS,Ps/Py;Marcus Riley GS,Hi,So;Bruce Risk BS/AVCE,GS,Gg,Hi;Ellen Roberts (Bi,Ch,GS,Gg,G). Hannah Roberts (Bi,BS/AVCE,Ch,GS,Ps/Py). Helen Roberts GS,MS,TT;Helen Roberts (Elang,GS,MS). Jessica Roberts GS,Ps/Py,RS;Pamela Roberts (GS,G,La,PA,Ps/Py). Emily Robinson (Elang,Elit,GS,MS,Ps/Py). Jess Robinson (AD,Bi,,GS,So). Luke Robinson GS,MS,Sp;Max Robinson AD,Elang,GS,Te;Stephen Robinson La,MT,Ps/Py;Ben Rogers Ch,GS,Ps/Py,So;Sean Ronald (Ec,Elit,GS,Hi,M+S). James Ross (Bi,Ch,GS,PE,So). Stephanie Rough AD,Elit,GS,Ps/Py;Natalie Roughsedge GS,ICT/VAS ICT,Ps/Py;Thom Rowbotham Elang,FS,GS,MS;Mark Rowland (GS,Mu,Ph). Nichole Rowlands (BS/AVCE,GS,La,TT). Sam Ruddy Fr,GS,Hi,La;Melissa Rugen (Elang,GS,MS,So,Te). Nicola Sagewood (Elit,GS,Gg,Ps/Py). Ashok Sakhardande (Bi,Ch,GS,MD+D,Ps/Py). Kumar Sakhardande (Bi,Ch,GS,Gg,Sp). Adam Sambell GS,La,Ps/Py;Richard Sandbach AD,GS,ICT/VAS ICT;Busra Sanders (BS/AVCE,Fr,GS). Amy Sant (AD,GS,IT,So,Te). Sam Sant (BS/AVCE,Elang,GS,IT). Alex Sayers DT,Ph;Hannah Scholes BS/AVCE,DTS,GS,Gg;Sophie Scott (Elang,GS,Hi,MS,RS). Andrew Sedgwick (BS/AVCE,GS,IT,M+S). Gooleswari Seeburn (Elit,GS,La,Ps/Py). Adam Sharkey DTS,GS,Hi,Ps/Py;Chris Shaw (Co). Kirsty Shelton Elit,GS,So;Beckie Shepherd BS/AVCE,Elang,GS,Sp;Sarah Shepherd AD,Elang,GS,ICT/VAS ICT;Millie Sheridan BS/AVCE,ICT/VAS ICT;Hayley Sherlock (AD,Bi,BS/AVCE,Elang,GS). Hannah Sherratt (Elang). Katie

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Chronicle August 20, 2008 MR ALAN LLOYD

THE funeral has taken place of Alan Lloyd, 76, of Ribble Avenue, Winsford.

He was the husband of Mrs Ann Lloyd and a dearly loved dad and grandad. Alan was born in Winsford and attended High Street School. After leaving school, he worked for Winsford Co-operative Society delivering bread and confectionery, mostly in the Middlewich area. After the Co-op Bakehouse closed in 1969 Alan joined the Post Office, where he worked as a postman until his retirement. He was a life long supporter of Winsford United Football Club and also enjoyed following Derby County Football Club. He was also an honorary member of Wharton Conservative Club. He was very much a family man and was very proud of his two grandsons, Ben and Josh. Family, relatives and many friends attended the service at Trinity Methodist Church, Winsford before committal at Crewe Crematorium, conducted by the Rev Graham Wassell. Floral tributes and donations to St Luke’s (Cheshire) Hospice and Trinity Methodist Church were received.

Mourners: Mrs A Lloyd (wife), Mr and Mrs D Lloyd (son and daughter-in-law), Miss S Lloyd and Mr A Taylor (daughter and partner), Mr and Mrs R Pickstock (brother-in-law and sister-in-law), Mr and Mrs C Winstanley (niece and nephew), Mrs N Latham, Mr J Latham, Mrs K Copnall, Mr J Copnall, Miss E Copnall, Mr P McClouchlan, Mrs M Young, Mr P Young, Mrs P Baguley, Mr J Baguley, Mrs P (nee Baguley), Mr and Mrs G Baddeley, Mr and Mrs K Burrows, Mr S J Horton, Mrs S Yearsley, Mr and Mrs K Sadler, Mr and Mrs G Slack, Mr P Maddock, Miss M Hulse, Miss J Kennerley. Mr and Mrs G Owen, Mr G Postles, Mr and Mrs P Brighton, Mr and Mrs A Dobson, Mr S Moorcroft, Mr and Mrs G Barnett, Mrs K Clare, Mr and Mrs A Jackson, Mr and Mrs A Jones, Mrs K Egerton, Miss C Stubbs, Mrs G Vernon, Mr C Bennion, Mr and Mrs R Lightfoot, Mrs G Atherton, Mr B Lightfoot, Mr G Burrows, Mr D Burrows, Mr F Davies, Mr and Mrs R Lunt, Mr D Hamlett, Mr and Mrs F Hough, Mrs E Tyson, Mr and Mrs K Bostock, Mr I Evans, Mr and Mrs J Bradshaw (cousin), Mr and Mrs R Patton (cousin), Mr and Mrs A Booth-Simonsen), Mrs L Blackburn, Mrs G A Taylor, Mrs K Boyham. Mr and Mrs J Lomas, Mr and Mrs A Bailey, Mr and Mrs G Robinson, Mr and Mrs G Richardson, Mrs G Hancocks, Mr H Ollier, Mrs N Higgins, Mr and Mrs R Sproston, Mrs K Astbury, Mr and Mrs K Rogerson, Mr and Mrs J Harrop, Mrs M

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MRS BRENDA WILLIAMS

Women, at the time an organisation sponsored by Manweb to promote electrical safety within the home and to provide bursary monies for lady electrical engineers. She was a founder member of the local Wednesday Club and maintained life long friendships with many local people of Hartford, Northwich and surrounding districts. She supported and attended the Congregational Church, now United Reformed Church, Castle and supported St Luke’s Church, Winnington. She spent many years caring for sick relatives and was always there for friends with problems. Over the last 16 years, since Llew’s death, Brenda’s quality of life had been poor and she had been cared for by her son David. She celebrated her 90th birthday at the Park Royal Hotel, Stretton on 21st May 2008. A truly remarkable lady and mother who despite very serious health never gave in. Brenda is survived by her son David. The service at St John’s Parish Church, Hartford, with interment at Hartford Churchyard was conducted by the Rev George Agar. Floral tributes and donations for the NSPCC were received. Arrangements George Bell Funeral Service, Northwich.

MR KEITH SHEPHERD

THE funeral has taken place of Keith Wilson Shepherd, 73, of Swanlow Lane, Winsford.

THE funeral has taken place of Brenda Isabelle Mary Williams, 90, of Northwich.

Brenda was born on Chester Road, Castle, on May 21, 1918, the eldest of three children having two younger sisters Margaret and Sheila, who pre-deceased her. After a period in Sydney Street she moved with her mother and father to Cromwell Road, Winnington. Brenda met and married Llewelyn Thomas Williams, settling in Winnington Lane, Northwich where they remained for more than 65 years. In her early years she worked for ICI, Winnington as a secretary and for Murray Smith Chartered Accountants, until Llewelyn took up the position of Branch Accountant at the Westminster Bank in Northwich. In those days wives of bank officials were not allowed to work. Brenda brought up her son David and was an exceptional and devoted mother. She made friends wherever she went and was very proud to have attended Sir John Deane’s Grammar School. She was a life long friend of Lady Rochester and through her spent many years supporting and collecting locally for the NSPCC and received two special citations for her voluntary work from The Board of Trustees of the NSPCC for her exceptional contribution to the charity. She also collected for the RNLI. Brenda in her more active years joined as an interested volunteer for the Electrical Association for

EAGLE AUDREY ’PEGGY’ Gail, Linda, Alan and Paul wish to sincerely thank all relatives, friends and neighbours for their kind messages of sympathy, cards, floral tributes and donations to The Merchant Seamans War Memorial Fund received during their recent sad bereavement. With extra special thanks to Ann and Sam from The Night Nursing Service and to Dr Griffiths for his kindness and caring during mum’s final hours. Also to Kerry Lovell for her reading, Anne and John Wallis from Winsford Liberal Club and to Rev’d Christine Keays for her comforting ministrations. Grateful thanks to Geoff and Carol at Fowles Funeral Services for all their help, consideration and their t o l e r a n c e a n d understanding.

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He was the husband of Stella Shepherd. Mr Shepherd was born in Knutsford and came to live in Winsford 20 years ago. He is survived by his wife and ten children. The service at Weaver Methodist Church, Winsford with interment in the Churchyard was conducted by the Rev Graham Wassell.

Mourners: Mrs S Shepherd (wife), Miss M Shepherd, Mr A Boughey, Miss N Shepherd, Mr C Shepherd, Mr D Shepherd, Mr K Shepherd, Miss G Shepherd, Mr S Shepherd, Mr C Shepherd, Mr and Mrs D Shepherd, Helen and Paul (children), Miss L Shepherd, Miss E Shepherd, Miss R Shepherd, Master J Shepherd (grandchildren), Mr I Shepherd (brother), Mr and Mrs A Eadie, Mr and Mrs I Simmons, Mr and Mrs C Simmons, Mr and Mrs J Wray, Mr N Simmons, Mr and Mrs C Duke (brothers-in-law and sisters-in-law), Mr A Wray, Miss C Wray (nephew and niece). Mr and Mrs D Southern, Mrs B Bleach, Mr M Boughey, Mr N Armstrong, Mrs M Evans, Miss Y Evans, Mr and Mrs G T Welsh, Mrs S Hollands, Mrs H Ankers, Miss C Ankers, Mr and Mrs S Beswick, Mr J Shaw, Mrs C Kirkham. Arrangements: Fowles Funeral Services, Winsford.

MRS AUDREY EAGLE

THE funeral has taken place of Audrey ‘Peggy’ Eagle, 80, of Winsford.

She was the widow of William ‘Bill’ Eagle. Mrs Eagle was born in Crosby, West Derby, Liverpool but moved to Wallasey as a teenager where she met and married

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Bill. They and four of their six children moved to Winsford in 1970 where she lived for the remainder of her days. She was devoted to her family, only working part time school hours as a kitchen assistant at Woodford Lodge High School, Winsford, so that she was home when the children were. In recent years, that love, care and devotion was lavished upon her grandchildren, Ashley, Louis, Ellie, Kyle, Natalie and Daniel who will miss her greatly. Mrs Eagle loved to play bingo at Winsford Liberal Club and when the sun was shining, liked nothing more than day trips out to Wales, New Brighton and High Legh Garden Centre. Mrs Eagle is survived by her two daughters, Gail and Linda and her four sons, Ronnie, Ricky, Paul and Alan. Family, relatives and friends attended the service before committal at Crewe Crematorium Chapel, conducted by the Rev Christine Keays. With interment of ashes to follow at St Chad’s Church, Over, Winsford. Floral tributes and donations to the Merchant Seamans War Memorial Fund were gratefully received.

Mourners: Miss G Eagle, Mr D Kennedy, Miss Kennedy (daughter, partner and granddaughter), Miss L Eagle, Mr C Pierce, Mr L Pierce, Miss E Pierce (daughter, partner, grandson and granddaughter), Mr A Eagle, Master K Eagle (son and grandson), Mr P Eagle, Mrs K Craddock, Mr D Craddock (son, partner and partner’s son), Mr and Mrs R Eagle (son and daughter-in-law), Mr and Mrs R Eagle, Mr P Eagle (son, daughter-in-law and grandson), Mr G Owens, Mis S Owens (rep Donna and Shane), Miss S Owens (rep Nichola and Mark and Gary), Mr and Mrs B Hughes, Mr J Owens (rep Ceri and Dilys), Mrs B Broster, Miss E Marsh, Ms J Barley (rep Station Garage), Mr S Bartley, Miss H Bartley, Mr and Mrs C Lovell, Mr J Lovell, Mrs M Bettley, Mr and Mrs A Bullen, Mr H Kennedy, Mrs J Erskine (rep Mr and Mrs P Walker), Mr S McCulloch, Mr and Mrs J Wallis (Winsford Liberal Club), Derek, Bill, Joan W, Wendy, Dave (Winsford Liberal Club), Matty, Mr D Pierce (rep Pierce family). Arrangements: Fowles Funeral Services, Winsford.

MR RUSSELL WOOLSTON

THE funeral has taken place at Gorleston Crematorium of Russell Benjamin Woolston, who died on August 6 aged 85.

The service was attended by his son, grandchildren, close family members and many of his friends. He was a gentleman with a great sense of humour which was appreciated by all who know him. His vast knowledge, good company and wisdom will be a great loss. His family have appreciated all the good wishes and support that they received at this difficult time. Special thanks to Mr Lal, the staff of the Charnwood Suite and the Cohort Ward on Ward 14 at the James Paget Hospital for their excellent care during his short stay in hospital. Arrangements: East of England Co-operative Funeral Service, Gorleston-on-Sea.

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Artwork to go on display

ARTWORK created by youngsters at workshops across the borough is destined to make a splash at Winsford’s new Lifestyle Centre. The drawings will be used to decorate the hoardings currently surrounding the centre as part of Cheshire’s Year of Gardens. At the workshops, run by painter and digital artist Paul Clifford, the youngsters were invited to create screen-printed silhouettes of themselves which were then developed into dramatic flower-themed self-portraits. Paul will install a selection of the final pieces on to the hoardings on September 9 for everyone to enjoy.

Vicarage party

PLENTY of fun attractions have been lined up for the annual Bank Holiday Monday garden party at St Mary’s Church, Weaverham. The event starts at 2pm on the vicarage lawn next to the church and includes stalls, games, pony rides, an auction, a balloon modeller, afternoon teas and strawberries and cream. More details are available from Gillian on 852738.

Neighbourhood awards

WEAVER Vale Housing Trust staff have received national recognition – thanks to its unique work with young people. The judges chose the Trust as a finalist in the communications category of the national Neighbourhood Awards because of its “exciting and dynamic” ways of working with young people across Mid Cheshire. The award winners will be announced on September 18 at the National Housing Federation annual conference in Birmingham.

Carole opens garden

GREEN-FINGERED Carole Hough opens her garden at 2 Hough Cottage, Hough Lane, Comberbach, to the public for the first time this weekend after her delightful rural idyll passed muster with the elite National Gardens Scheme. Her small but beautifully formed cottage garden joins the likes of Arley Hall with all proceeds from the open days on Saturday and Sunday going to charities supported by the NGS. The garden will be officially opened on Saturday by the Mayor of Northwich.

Footpath society walk

A SEVEN-MILE walk organised by Mid Cheshire Footpath Society starts at 10.30am next Wednesday from the Raven pub, Swanlow Lane, Darnhall. For more details, call 01606 410061.

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All that changed on July 23, when the first ever VQ Day was held in celebration of the thousands of vocational qualifications which are achieved each year. Vocational qualifications are available in a wide range of subjects which, crucially, reflect the skills which employers say are needed to take the economy forward. Reaseheath College, in Nantwich, one of the UK’s leading specialist colleges, has long been a champion of vocational qualifications and is justly proud of the 90% plus of students who move straight into employment or into higher education. Here are just two of Reaseheath’s special stars.

Keenly interested in animal conservation, Paul Read has been in his element working with the many exotic species in Reaseheath’s Animal Centre. Paul, who has just completed his National Diploma in Animal Management, has also gained valuable experience working on the rhino section at Chester Zoo and at Whipsnade Wild Animal Park as part of his course. A former pupil at Bishops High School, Chester, Paul, 19, joined us after GCSEs and spent his first year gaining a good grounding on our First Diploma in Animal Management. A highlight of that course was spending a week watching operations on horses at Leahurst animal hospital, part of the University of Liverpool’s veterinary school. Now looking to become a zoo keeper, Paul is confident that the practical skills he has gained at Reaseheath will help him achieve his goal.

He says: “You wouldn’t be able to work with such a wide range of mammals, reptiles and amphibians at any other college. The facilities are fantastic and you get great support from your tutors with both the practical and written work. Employers know that Reaseheath sets a high standard and most of the tutors are well known because they’ve worked in the industry. It’s got to help when you’re applying for jobs.” Sarah Williams ^SS1OIITIV took two countryside courses at Reaseheath College before switching to the National Award in Farm Animal Management because she wanted a good grounding in both farming and the environment. Following in the footsteps of her Mum, brother and sister, who have all been Reaseheath students, Sarah hopes that her broad experience will help her make the family dairy farm more commercial. Interested in diversification, Sarah, 19, has particularly enjoyed comparing the different businesses of offsite farms and feed manufacturers which her group have visited . Apart from receiving a good over-

MR XLI QEOMRK> Teyp Vieh2 view of the agricultural industry, Sarah has gained recognised qualifications such as her Veterinary Medicine Certificate and practical experience with the college’s commercial pig and sheep units. A former pupil of Maelor School, Penley, near Wrexham, Sarah has been living on campus and has become an active member of the student union, helping to organise RAG activities and student balls. She plans to farm at home for a year, then hopes to do a university degree. Sarah says: “Hopefully I can go on to help our own farm and other farms become better businesses.”

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by jane matzen LYNDA Bellingham and Gaynor Fay are among the stars preparing to bare nearly all in the stage version of hit film Calendar Girls at The Lowry this autumn. The show is due to arrive at the theatre in Salford Quays in October ahead of its run in the West End, but tickets are already flying off the shelves. Other celebrities in the all star cast include Patricia Hodge, Sian Phillips, Brigit Forsyth, Julia Hills and Elaine C Smith. Calendar Girls follows the story of a group of extraordinary women, members of a very ordinary Yorkshire WI, who persuade one another to pose for a charity calendar with a difference! Puzzling their husbands, mortifying their children and riding the wrath of an outraged WI, they inadvertently spark a global phenomenon. As interest in the calendar snowballs, the ladies find themselves revealing more than they’d ever planned. Calendar Girls is at The Lowry from Monday, October 20, until Saturday, October 25. Tickets range in price from £12 to £27. Call 0870 787 5793 or log onto www.thelowry.com.

Death metal date at Rec CREWE death metal band Samara Morgan provide a powerhouse sound at Friday’s Banned gig at Winnington Rec. Support comes from Allegiance, a young four piece hardcore metal band from Sandbach and Winsford three-piece Corpse Corpse Corpse. Entry is £4.50, and samples of all the bands can be found at www. myspace.com/bannedinnorthwich There is also a gig on Bank Holiday Monday with two Polish bands, K2 and AUY, both from Krakow. They are supported by local lads Skinless Finger. Doors open at 7.00pm and entry is £5.

PIN UPS: The star-studded cast of Calendar Girls coming to The Lowry in the Autumn.

Dr Nose’s time trip DELIGHTFUL children’s show Doctor Nose Travels Through Time takes top billing at The Harlequin Theatre in Northwich today, Wednesday. The family friendly show aimed at children aged five to 11 will be performed at 2pm by the Dynamic New Animation Theatre Company. The story is based on the time-travelling adventures of central character Thurtinkle, who visits the Vikings, questions Queen Victoria, shakes hands with Shakespeare, raps with the Romans and takes tea with Tutankhamen. Gripping storytelling, original

Film of the week YOU DON’T MESS WITH THE ZOHAN (12A)

FAMILY FUN: A scene from Doctor Nose Travels Through Time. music and innovative puppetry are all part of the family friendly brew. Tickets priced £3.50 are available from Nick Hughes at the DAN office in Northwich Library, telephone 01606 41597.

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George Clooney directs and stars in this romantic comedy set in 1925. Clooney plays an aging football star hoping to secure his team’s future by setting all his hopes on a promising young player (John Krasinski, The Office) whose story may or may not be true.

Win tickets to see show THE walled garden at Arley Hall is the setting for an open air production of Thomas Hardy’s Tess of the D’Urbervilles by roving theatre company Theatreworks next week. And to celebrate we have been given two pairs of tickets to give away. Just tell us who wrote Tess of the D’Urbervilles and send your entries to The Chronicle, 80 Witton Street, Northwich, CW9 5AE. The production is on Thursday, August 28 and people are invited to bring their own food and seating. Ticket prices in advance start at £12 for adults and £5 for children – telephone 01565 777353.

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Wigan’s finest return with their fourth album and their third comeback following triumphant summer festival performances. However, the band’s future looks bleak as frontman Richard Ashcroft is reported to have fallen out with the rest of the band once more.

Town is latest festival venue REVITALISED rockers The Automatic intend to put Cheshire’s newest music festival on the map next month. The Cowbridge four-piece’s new single Steve McQueen has received huge radio play having previously scored a major hit with Monster in 2006, and now they will headline the Frodsham Music Festival, along with 11 other bands, on Saturday, September 6. Although Delamere Forest has attracted big names like Ian Brown, The Charlatans and The Zutons to the county, this is the first attempt at staging a major festival in the town. Organiser Mark Rowland says: “I have worked on festivals like Glastonbury and I thought ‘why not do it myself ?’ Frodsham is a great area and is a great location for the festival.” Other acts lined up include Amsterdam, The Cordels, Alexis Blue, The Verdict, Ruck and The Ravens, and The Violent Playground. Organisers also plan to make the festival a showcase for the best in emerging talent. It will be staged on fields at Lady Heyes Craft Centre, starting at 12.30pm and winding up at 11pm, with camping available. ■ Tickets are £30 and camping is £10 for three nights. Phone 07931 886690.

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A MAGICAL journey through Delamere Forest is on offer for families on Saturday as the Ramshackle Theatre company present its Fantastical Forest Woodland Walks. Visitors will be taken through the darkest corners of the woods with a mixture of storytelling, puppetry and drama to bring a variety of weird and wonderful creatures to life. Walkers should beware wild characters such as giants, dragons and trolls. Delamere Forest’s recreation ranger Anita Powell says: “It’s a great way to exercise your legs and your imagination at the same time.” ■ Walks leave the visitor centre at 10.30am, 12.30pm and 3pm on Saturday. Each lasts an hour and children must be accompanied by an adult. Tickets are £3.50 and must be booked, phone 01606 889792.


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FOR the first time ever, 150 Gang Show members from shows all over the region will converge on South Cheshire College in Crewe to produce, rehearse and perform a brand new show in just one day, Saturday, September 6, starting at 9am with the curtain finally coming down at 10pm. Show director Gavin Jones says: “This year’s production is very special, as we are trying new effects, ideas, and pushing the boundaries further, which we have never done before. “But most importantly it’s about everyone having a great enjoyable time, and there is nothing more rewarding than seeing every adult and child in the cast on that stage, smiling with joy and excitement.” ■ The performance itself gets underway at 7.15pm in the Dane Bank Theatre. Tickets are £5, phone the theatre box office on 01270 654677 or 07531 223495. DEVIOUS double act Dan and Jeff follow up the success of the Potted Potter parody with their 2008 offering Potted Pirates at The Lowry on Salford Quays next week. The new compressed caper jams in talking parrots, buried treasure and pirate legends from Long John Silver to Captain Jack Sparrow. The duo place an emphasis on audience participation in a show for all ages. ■ Potted Pirates runs from Thursday, August 28, until Saturday, August 30. Shows start at 3pm and 7pm and tickets are £11, phone the box office on 0870 787 5780.

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UBER-TALENTED London four-piece The Clik Clik bring their contagious blend of wonky pop, indie, hip-hop and electro to The Box in Crewe on Friday. The band come to the Pedley Street club on their way up to Creamfields and fresh from a residency in Ibiza. They have drawn comparisons with The Ting Tings and Jamie T, and have won rave reviews from the like of BBC Radio 1 presenters Zane Lowe

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and Annie Mac. Their debut single My Dunks has a go at kids obsessed with trainers, and is a ‘chavpop’ version of Elvis Costello’s early work of venom-fuelled fast and furious lyrics. Lead man and songwriter, 19-year-old Stefan Abingdon is joined by Maya Yanni on vocals and keys, Henry Baukham on bass and drummer Dru Wakely.

They have been forcing jaws to the floor over the past year with a series of live appearances, leading NME to say: “This Thamesbeat foursome make amazing tunes that sound like Jamie T and Kate Nash flirting over a pint of battery acid.” Top flight support comes from local boys Blast Stereos Loud and The Lockdown. ■ Doors open at 8pm on Friday and tickets are £5 from the Royal Hotel, Nantwich Road, or on the door.

THE successful return of the Poetry and Pints open mic night in Middlewich continues tonight (Wednesday) at the Boar’s Head in Kinderton Street. The evening, which invites all poets, singers and players of all abilities to have a go, had taken an 18-month break until its comeback last month. It is hosted by local comedy heroes the Salt Town Poets, made up of Cllr Mike Parsons and Dave Roberts. ■ The event starts at 8.30pm with free admission, phone 01606 833191 for details.

SAY CHEESE: The Clik Clik play The Box on Saturday.

Live!. Youngsters will be dragging their parents along for the action-packed fun with Stephanie, Sportacus and all the Lazy Town favourites. The show is loaded with music, fun and a storyline, set in a colourful, fast-paced, upside-down world where Stephanie has come to live in Lazy Town with her uncle the mayor, and meets a zany mix of kids and grown-ups, including the world’s laziest super-villain, Robbie Rotten. ■ Lazy Town Live! runs from Thursday, August 21, until Sunday, August 24. Tickets are £10-£18.50. Phone the box office on 0844 847 2295.

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Chronicle August 20, 2008 TIME is running out to book tickets for Andre Heller’s awe-inspiring celebration of African culture Afrika! Afrika! which is wowing audiences at The Trafford Centre in Manchester. The breathtaking show runs until Saturday, September 6, but has been watched by thousands since it opened at the start of August. It incorporates solo artistes, dance numbers, daring acrobatics and calming poetic performances, all backed up by a rousing African musical score by a team of more than 100 entertainers from 15 different nations. More than a show, Afrika! Afrika! offers an authentic experience with beautiful Moorish tents featuring Moroccan-style cafes, along with African arts and crafts and African food. Adult tickets range from £19-£45, with concessions and family tickets available; visit www.afrika-afrika.com or phone 0844 847 2473.

TV favourites step out for concert CHILDREN will be doing the Milkshake! shake at the Regent Theatre in Hanley next week when all their favourite characters and presenters take the stage in My First Concert. Rupert Bear, Fifi and Bumble, Peppa Pig and George, Mr Bump and more will be joined on stage by the Milkshake! presenters who

are all seen on the Channel Five children’s show. The live stage show will be jam-packed with action, songs and dance in the programme’s first ever theatre tour. Regent spokesman Dave Bradbury says: “It’s a guaranteed feel-good treat, bursting with energy and a fabulous opportunity to enjoy all the tunes and dance steps that

have made Milkshake! one of the most successful children’s TV experiences ever.” ■ My First Concert is on at 4pm on Sunday, August 24, 11am and 2pm on Monday, August 25, and 11am on Tuesday, August 26. Tickets are £14.50 adults, £12.50 children, phone the box office on 0870 060 6649.

FORMER Brookside actors Michael J Jackson and Suzanne Collins, pictured, star in a production of Educating Rita at the Oaklands Hotel, Gorstage, next week. The play, the hotel’s first professional production, is on from August 27-29. Tickets are £8.50 to £20, phone 01606 853249 or 01928 734884. There will also be a pre-theatre carvery and after-show parties with Rat Pack duo Lazy River. The drama-loving hotel is planning more productions in the future. CHESTER-BASED band Root Chords will be serenading passengers on the last music train of the summer on the Mid Cheshire Line. The train pulls out of Chester tomorrow at 6.56pm, stopping at all stations en route to Mobberley and The Railway Inn, where Root Chords will again perform for fans. They play blues, country and folk music from both sides of the Atlantic on acoustic instruments, but with the power and drive of rock.

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MUSIC Who's On Where Today (Wednesday): O J Reynolds, Tollemache Arms, Alpraham, near Tarporley. Tomorrow (Thursday, August 21): Alan Williams, Wrexham Lager Sports & Social Club, Union Street, Wrexham. Friday (August 22): No session, Ghostriders Country Music Club, Sidac Sports & Social Club, Leach Lane, St Helens. Saturday (August 23): Colin James, Brunel Arms, West Street, Crewe; Mike Lane, Drovers Country Music Club, Coronation Club, Mulgrave Street, Stoke-on-Trent; Jonny Williams, Penketh & Sankey Sports & Social Club, Warrington; New West, Farndon Sports & Social Club, Farndon, near Chester. Sunday (August 24): Cole Jackson, Gladstone Club, Station Road, Northwich; Bob Morgan, Desperados Country Music Club, Farnworth Sports & Social Club, Peel House Lane, Widnes Tuesday (August 26): Keith Just Me, Royal Oak, Worleston, Nantwich. Wednesday (August 27): Pete Walker, Tollemache Arms, Alpraham, near Tarporley.

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Your flirtatious nature is brought to the fore by Venus who seems insistent that you get involved in a situation the rest of us would go out of our way to stay away from. Not you though Taurus, especially with the persuasive power of a Gemini behind you. Call my starline now to hear why playful games in love are about to turn serious.

The Moon and Neptune help you to move on from a situation which at the beginning of the month, you thought you would never hear the end of. Times have changed though and so have you Gemini. Decisions you make on Thursday and Friday are guaranteed to confirm this fact. Call my starline now to hear which liar you need to expose.

Something you thought you wanted no longer seems to be a priority to you. The reaction of a close one has forced you to sit down and think about issues you usually do a very good job of avoiding. You come out of this week happier and stronger and finally able to leave a bad influence behind. Call now for a preview of your future.

You have given up so much for your close ones but recently they have done very little to prove they would do the same for you. They are nervous though Leo and need you to confirm which direction you want to go in. The mixed signals you have sent out of late require you to do some serious translating. Call me now for lucky news on finances.

You seem to be acting more like a councillor than a friend to your close ones recently. You’re bored now though and your chart shows you may be going to some pretty extreme lengths in order to find fun and excitement. Links with the law can go well if you are willing to play by the rules. Call me now to learn an important fact about your future.

You have made some promises which are going to have to be broken. Rather than skulking around to avoid saying what needs to be said, face close ones head on. It’s sure to earn you the respect you have been so frightened of losing. Neptune has a hidden message for you in your dreams. Call me now to make sense of life.

Everything that happens this week is for a reason. Faces you see will have a reason for wanting to speak to you and work that you do holds the key to whether or not the changes you want can transpire. With this in mind, dress to impress and make sure you present yourself in the best possible way. Call now for a surprise from Venus.

You have been listening to so much gossip recently that it has become impossible for you to tell the difference between fact and fiction. Try not to speculate on a close ones new relationship either. Facts on your own affairs and that of others come to light on Friday. Call me now to hear why travel and success this week go hand in hand.

Questions need to be asked before you can make any decisions about your future. For close ones to think you will go into their offers blind is both immature and foolish. Time spent with a Scorpio can shed much light on the most important subject. Call my starline now to hear why family and children are of great relevance this week.

Stop trying to help people who won’t help themselves. You of all signs should know that progress can only be made if you have a hand held out for you to take. The pace steps up in love and it’s time for you to commit further or back away as drams on both Tuesday and Thursday should soon confirm. Call me now for a clearer view of your future.

You are playing games in love Pisces. Oh, you can deny it all you like, but it’s written all over your chart. You’d better get serious by Wednesday though when a loved one demands an answer which will change the course of your future together. Call my starline now to hear why it’s worth chasing up old contracts for career progress.

Treat for bluegrass devotees ONE of the premier bluegrass fiddlers of his generation is heading to The Brindley in September. Multi award-winning musician Michael Cleveland is bringing his band Flamekeeper to the Runcorn venue as a prelude to the centre’s first bluegrass festival in October. Prodigious talent Cleveland first picked up the fiddle when he was four and has scooped a total of nine awards. These include five Fiddle Player Of The Year awards presented by the International Bluegrass Music Association in Nashville. A spokesman for The Brindley said: “Mike and his tal-

BLUEGRASS STAR: Indiana-based fiddle player Mike Cleveland is due to play at The Brindley in September alongside his band, Flamekeeper. ented band present a programme of tight vocal trios and duos, blistering instru-

mentals and fiddle and banjo duets that echo the first-generation stars of bluegrass. “The show is rounded out with Mike’s dry wit and the band’s sense of fun.” Bluegrass is a sub-genre of American country music and has gained a loyal following outside the States in recent years. It has its own roots in Irish, Scottish and English traditional music and also draws influences from jazz and blues. ■ The gig is at The Brindley on September 8, at 8pm. Prices are £12, with £10 concessions and £5 children. For more information visit www.brindley.org.uk or call 0151-907 8360.

Festival’s birthday bonanza CREAMFIELDS 2008 have announced one of their most innovative and diverse line ups to date led by Britain’s best bands and the worlds most diverse DJs. This year Kasabian will be playing an English festival exclusive, heading up an imaginative and inspired bill which mixes top class indie bands with dance acts and DJ royalty. Two years of planning has built up to this year’s mega-fest that hosts camping for the first time ever for the two-day event, set to bridge the gap between rock and dance on August 23 and 24. As one of the UK’s biggest bands, Kasabian, have

CREAM OF THE CROP: Kasabian are one of the big names coming to Creamfields this summer. garnered massive success with their legendary live shows, captivating crowds with their anthems and securing them as festival favourites. Their last album Empire went straight in at No1 and has sold in excess of 700,000

copies to date. BBC Radio 1 will provide exclusive coverage throughout the event in Daresbury, broadcasting an array of live music. ■ Ticket prices from £105. Booking information from Cream on 0844 888 4401.


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Duddon Common, Tarporley

Station Road, Lostock Gralam

Alpraham, Tarporley

■ A contemporary house offering well presented and spacious accommodation ■ Situated in a picturesque, secluded, rural location very convenient for Tarporley ■ 4 Bedrooms (2 en suite) ■ 3 Acre landcaped garden including paddock & woodland ■ Detached utility block and detached garage block Unfurnished

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■ An extremely well presented contemporary family home ■ Good location providing excellent access to Tarporley, Nantwich and Chester ■ 5 Bedrooms (4 en suite) ■ Fully enclosed landscaped gardens, detached double garage & ample parking ■ 1.2 acres of land to the rear available by separate negotiation Unfurnished

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■ A charming detached traditional farmhouse ■ Located in an idyllic rural location convenient for Nantwich ■ 3 Bedrooms ■ Gardens and double garage ■ Stable and paddock available by separate negotiation Unfurnished

■ A delightful estate cottage forming part of the picturesque Arley Estate ■ Charming accommodation with a wealth of period character ■ Stunning views over the lake and green ■ 3 Bedrooms ■ Lawned garden, cobbled courtyard, outbuilding and garage Unfurnished

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£425pcm exc. 01270 627304 For Details

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find all our homes on thecheshire.co.uk/estateagency and rightmove.co.uk

Chantry Avenue

Smithy Lane

Ashbank

Foxes Fold

Marshall Lane

Three/ four bedroom detached bungalow ● Lounge/ dining room ● Garage and driveway ● Rear garden extending to both sides ● GCH and UPVC double glazing ● NO CHAIN Northwich

●Well

●Well

●Two

bedroom semi detached bungalow ●Entrance hall ●Lounge/ diner ●Off road parking, cul de sac location ●Rear garden not directly overlooked ●GCH & Double glazing

● Recently refurbished end terrace home ● Lounge, dining room, kitchen

£154,950

£124,950

£265,000

Lydyett Lane ●Modern

three bedroom semi detached house Dining room, Conservatory

●Lounge,

presented two bedroom terraced cottage ●Lounge and sitting room/ family room ●Dressing room ●Rear garden with paved patio area ●Off road parking ●GCH and double glazing

presented three bedroom detached ●Lounge and dining room ●Kitchen/breakfast room ●Garage and driveway ●Rear garden with patio area ●GCH and UPVC double glazing

£179,950

£175,500

downstairs WC

● Three good size bedrooms ● Rear garden with patio area and

outbuildings

● Driveway, detached garage ● GCH and double glazing

Northwich

●Low maintenance rear garden ●Workshop, Shed ●Driveway parking ●GCH and Double Glazing

£154,950

St Helens Road

Arthur Street

Homestead Court

Radcliffe Road

St Marys Drive

●Two

Well presented mid terrace house ● Good size lounge ● Kitchen / breakfast room ● Two double bedrooms ● Rear yard with gated access ● GCH and double glazing Northwich

●Well presented first floor flat ●Entrance hall, living room ●One bedroom, bathroom ●Double glazing, economy 7

●Five

●Five

bedroom mid terraced house ●Lounge, kitchen/breakfast room ●Shower room and separate WC ●Rear yard, residents parking nearby ●UPVC double glazed windows ●NO CHAIN

£95,000

£279,950

●Allocate

£117,950

bedroom detached executive home reception rooms, dining kitchen, utility ●Downstairs cloaks, two en-suites ●Triple garage, golf course views ●Double glazed, Gas Central Heating ●VIEWING ESSENTIAL Winsford ●5

£950,000

N O

CH A IN

£122,500

storage heating parking and communal gardens ] ●Visitors parking spaces available

bedroom detached executivehouse ●Ent hall, lounge, dining room ●Kitchen/breakfast room, cloaks/WC ●En suite to master bed, detached garage ●Guest shower room to 2nd floor, family bathroom Winsford

Old Police Station ● ● ● ●

Range of 1 & 2 bed apartments Open plan lounge / kitchen Storage heating & D/glazing Bathrooms or shower rooms

● One has sep entrance and garden ● One has 2 floors and en-suite ●Allocated off road parking ● VIEWING A MUST!!! Winsford

IN ST NEW RU CT IO N

Prices From £95,000

Wilkinson Court

Denton Close

Kentmere Avenue

Corfe Way

●Modern

●Terraced house ●Three bedrooms ●Lounge/20ft dining kitchen ●Gas central heating ●Double glazed ●Garage with driveway

●Semi

●4

purpose built flat ●Two bedrooms ●Lounge/dining room, Kitchen ●Bathroom, Allocated parking ●Gas central heating & D/glazing

Winsford

£124,950

£154,950

Fossa Close

Laxton Way

●Two bed mature cottage ●19ft Lounge/dining room ●Kitchen/bathroom ●Double glazing/gas central

●Four

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maintained rear garden.

£249,950

£109,000 NO CHAIN

●En-suite

●Well

shower room

de-sac

away in a quiet cul-

conservatory

●Kitchen, utility, d/stairs WC ●D/glazing and GCH ●Gardens, garage and drive

£199,995

N O

CH A IN N O

Booth Lane

Two bedroom end terrace house ●Ideal FTB/investor property ● Lounge/dining kitchen ● GCH and double glazing ● Front and rear gardens ●Off road parking Middlewich ●

●Four bed detached home ●Beautifully presented ●Lounge ●Kitchen/breakfast room

●Tucked

●Spacious 4 bed detached ●Lounge, dining room,

£165,000

St Anns Avenue Pennymoor Drive

Redshank Avenue

Bed detached ●Lounge, diner, kitchen ●Gas central heating ●Garage ●Gardens to front and rear Winsford

CH A IN

£112,000 No Chain

detached bungalow ●Three bedrooms ●Gas central heating ●Double glazed ●Garage ●Rear garden Winsford

heating

●Two gardens ●No chain

to rear

£90,000 Offers invited

bedroom detached house ●Lounge and dining room ●Utility room and downstairs wc ●En-suite shower room ●Garage and driveway ●GCH and double glazing.

£245,000

Nantwich Road

Retirement bungalow Two bedrooms Lounge Kitchen/breakfast room D/glazing & wall heaters Cul-de-Sac location Middlewich

£89,950

●Three

semi

bedroom extended

●Lounge, dining room ●Conservatory ●Utility room/downstairs WC ●En suite ●Off road parking Middlewich

£219,950

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9 The Bull Ring " northwich@sequencehome.co.uk

NEW £365,000

Chester Road Northwich ● ● ● ● ●

£430,000

Semi Rural Location Semi Detached Cottage Mature Gardens, Outhouses Three Stories. Two Bathrooms Three Receptions

Main Road Northwich

● Detached House. Three Bedrooms (master

having dresser)

● Usable Loft Space w/t Staircase ● Two Separate Receptions. 26ft Breakfast Kitchen ● Ample Off Road Parking & Garage ● Sizeable Rear Garden with Outbuilding

NEW £165,000

Hartford Road Northwich

Two Bedroom. Semi Detached House ● Two Receptions ● Two Bathrooms ● Gardens Front & Rear ● Double Glazed

REDUCED £179,995

Stonecroft Northwich O/O £200,000 ● ● ● ● ●

Three Storey Town House Four Bedrooms. Two Receptions En-Suite Facilities Fitted Kitchen and Bathrooms Gardens Front & Rear

REDUCED £165,000

Wesley Place Northwich

Refurbished Terraced House Three Bedrooms. Two Reception Rooms ● En-suite to Master. Two Cellar Rooms ● Gardens & Courtyard ● Not Directly Overlooked to the Rear. ● ●

● Characterful Cottage ● Maintaining many original features ● Three Bedrooms. Gas Central Heating ● Secondary Glazing ● Garage. Garden to Front

Sandbach Drive Northwich

● Three bedroom Mews Home ● Breakfast Kitchen ● Gas central Heating. Double Glazing ● Double Parking Space. Attractive garden ● No Chain

NEW £125,000

London Road Northwich

London Road Northwich

Mature bay fronted terrace property Three bedrooms In need of some updating Lounge/Dining kitchen Third reception room. Rear enclosed yard

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Mid Terrace House Three Stories & Cellar DG & GFCH Lounge/Diner Garden Fronted & Rear Garden

● Terraced House. Two Beds ● Lounge/Diner ● 1st Floor Bathroom ● Yard to Rear ● Situated at the foot of a no through road

REDUCED £113,950

Station Road Northwich ● ● ● ● ●

Mid Terrace. Two Bedrooms Two Reception Rooms Bathroom & Sep. Shower Room Gardens Front & Rear GFCH & DG

Beech Lane Northwich ● ● ● ● ●

Mid Terraced House Four Bedrooms Substantial Gardens GFCH & DG ORP for Multiple Vehicles

Hollybank Close Northwich ● ● ● ● ●

End Mews Home Two Bedrooms GFCH & DG. Conservatory Off Road Parking Gardens Front & Rear

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£85,000

Attention Investors One Bedroom Semi Castle location. Fitted kitchen Large plot Gas central heating/Double glazing

Victoria Road Northwich ●Attractive

Mid Terrace. Three Double Bedrooms ●Lounge, Dining Room ●Spacious Dining Kitchen. Shower room ●Boarded Loft Space ●Enclosed Courtyard To Rear

Attractive Terrace House Two Double Bedrooms Sitting Room. Dining Room Fitted Kitchen. Ground Floor Shower Room ● First Floor Bathroom

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Ashwood Park Northwich ● ● ● ● ●

Park Home Two Bedrooms Two Receptions Driveway & Garage Double Glazing

Four bedroomed detached With Fitted kitchen Driveway & garage Front & Rear Gardens. Conservatory ● Ensuite to master bedroom ● ● ● ●

Oakwood Lane Northwich ● ● ● ● ●

Two Bedroom end terraced home Extended. Garage and driveway Fitted kitchen Adjacent to farmland No chain

Grange Road Northwich ● ● ● ● ●

Three bedroom Semi Presented to a High Standard Two Receptions. Breakfast Kitchen Large Rear Garden Garage And off street parking

No Onward Chain. Mature Mid Terrace Two Bedrooms. Two Receptions Kitchen & Utility GF Shower Room & 1F Bathroom Rear Yard

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School Lane Northwich

End Terraced Cottage Recently Refurbished. Two Bedrooms Quality Kitchen & Bathroom Two Receptions. Off Road Parking Gardens Front & Rear

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● 50% Shared ownership ● Three bedroom mews ● Driveway Parking. Fitted dining kitchen ● Downstairs wc. Viewing a must ● No Chain

James Street Northwich ● ● ● ● ●

Webbs Court Northwich ● ● ● ● ●

Modern two bedroom apartment Close proximity to Northwich Ground floor. Breakfast kitchen Allocated off road parking NO CHAIN

NEW £76,000

Weaver Vale Park Northwich ● ● ● ● ●

Residential Park Home Exclusively for Over 55's Situated on A 49 Two Bedrooms Panoramic & Picturesque Views

Mid Terraced House Three Bedrooms ● Bay Fronted ● GFCH & DG ●

NEW £69,000

Weaver View Northwich

One Bedroom First Floor Apartment ● One Reception Room ● Double Glazing ●

Offset semi detached bungalow Two bedrooms. Conservatory Views to the front. Garage Front and rear gardens MUST BE VIEWED

Emmett Street Northwich

£154,950

Well presented semi detached property ● Three bedrooms. Conservatory ● Breakfast/kitchen ● Driveway. Integral garage ● NO CHAIN ●

NEW £137,500

Runcorn Road Northwich

Semi Detached. Two/Three Bedrooms Two Receptions. GFCH & DG Off Road Parking & Garage Landscaped Gardens Conservatory

● ● ● ●

REDUCED £114,950

Old Vicarage Lane Northwich ● ● ● ● ●

First Floor Apartment Gas CH & No Onward Chain Open Plan Lounge Dining Area Two Double Bedrooms Private Balcony. Intercom Facilities

NEW £99,950

Siddall Street Northwich

Mid Terraced House Two Bedrooms Two Receptions First Floor Bathroom Double Glazing & GFCH

● ● ● ● ●

REDUCED £115,000

NEW £99,950

Harewood Close £99,950 Northwood

Hunters Hill Northwich

NEW £139,950

NEW £116,000

Middlewich Road Northwich

REDUCED £179,950

REDUCED £157,500

REDUCED £140,000

REDUCED £112,000

Moreton Street Northwich

Barn Meadow Northwich

REDUCED £159,950

NEW £119,950

NEW £79,000

Alfred Street Northwich

£193,000

● Three Story Town House ● Three Bedrooms. En-Suite to Master ● Garden to Rear. Not Overlooked to Rear ● Two Parking Spaces to Front ● GFCH & DG

NEW £145,000

NEW £120,000

Royles Place Northwich

Webbs Court Northwich

REDUCED £162,999

REDUCED £145,000

Warrington Road £150,000 Northwich

01606 43937

Hemming Street £99,950 Northwich ● Two Bedroom Mid Terraced Home ● Two receptions. Kitchen and bathroom ● Two double bedrooms ● In need of updating ● No Chain. Investor/First Time buyer

NOTICE OF OFFER

NOTICE OF OFFER

Property address : 514 London Road, Davenham, Northwich, Cheshire, CW9 8LZ

Property address : 23 Shipbrook Road Rudheath, Northwich, Cheshire, CW9 7EX

By order of the mortgagees in possession, we would advise than an offer has been made for the above property in the sum of £145,000. Any person wishing to increase on this offer should notify the agents of their best offer prior to exchange of contracts.

By order of the mortgagees in possession, we would advise than an offer has been made for the above property in the sum of £124,000. Any person wishing to increase on this offer should notify the agents of their best offer prior to exchange of contracts.

Swetenhams 9 The Bull Ring, Northwich. Cheshire, CW9 5AW Tel: 01606 43937

Swetenhams 9 The Bull Ring, Northwich, Cheshire, CW9 5AW Tel: 01606 43937


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Estate Agents

Conveyancing

Homes for Sale WESTON VILLAGE RUNCORN

Wright Manley

2 bedroom semi−detached dormer bungalow, double glazed, gas central heating, conservatory, parking for 3 cars at the front, large garden with small orchard, greenhouse and shed to rear, with further parking and large detached garage.

• Established 1861 •

w w w. w r i g h t m a n l e y. c o . u k

FOR SALE BY INFORMAL TENDER (SUBJECT TO CONDITIONS & PRIOR SALE) CLOSING DATE: FRIDAY, 26TH SEPTEMBER 2008 - BY 12 NOON.

Building Plots The Orchards, Candle Lane, Woore, Cheshire, CW3 9RJ

Reduced £149,950. Tel. 01928 590608.

GUIDE PRICE: £150,000 - £175,000 PER LOT.

A valuable site comprising part of the large front garden belonging to Orchard House which has a frontage onto Candle Lane & Outline Planning Permission for the erection of 2 dwellings. 'Parkland-like' setting, screened by mature trees on the Northern edge of the village with open countryside to front. Total area: 1700m.sq.

OAKMERE

FOR SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION TUESDAY 16TH SEPTEMBER 2008 AT ROWTON HALL HOTEL, ROWTON CHESTER.

Millstone Hall, Grimsditch Lane, Lower Whitley, WA4 4EB

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Located within a highly desirable and accessible rural location – a sizeable building plot with the rare benefit of a small adjoining paddock and full planning consent passed for a 6,400 square foot (gross external) work/live unit. Area – 1.01 acres (0.408 hectares or thereabouts) A copy of the Planning Permission and Plans etc., available from our Chester Office GUIDE PRICE £250,000 - £300,000

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26 School Lane,Guilden Sutton, Chester

Requiring modernisation/improvement – a modern link Detached House, enviably located overlooking attractive open countryside. Hall, Lounge, Dining Room, Kitchen, Utility, Cloakroom with wc, 4 Bedrooms plus Bathroom. Driveway plus car port and Single Garage. Established gardens to both front and rear. Viewings Saturday afternoons 2.00 p.m. – 4.00 p.m.

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GUIDE PRICE £220,000 - £240,000

Please ring your local office

Pear Tree Cottage. Crewe by Farndon

LOT 1 - A substantial Detached Period Cottage with scope for further improvement occupying a fabulous rural location and standing in gardens with an excellent range of outbuildings providing garaging, stabling, storage plus valuable paddocks with good access. Area in total 3.024 acres (1.224 ha) or thereabouts. GUIDE PRICE £550,000 - £600,000. LOT 2 - Adjoining grass paddock with established hedged boundaries plus road frontage and access. Area 4.44 acres (1.800ha) or thereabouts. GUIDE PRICE £10,000 + PER ACRE. Viewing Saturday afternoons 2.00 p.m. – 4.00 p.m.

Waen Wen Fisheries Glasinfryn, Bangor, Gwynedd A unique Fishery and Fish Farm extending to 17.60 acres or thereabouts strategically located immediately to the north of the A55 North Wales Expressway, 5 miles south west of the town of Bangor yet surrounded by open countryside to three sides and having the benefit of 6 partly stocked individually designed Fishing Lakes.

GUIDE PRICE £350,000 plus

Former Presbyterian Church and Sunday school Saltney Ferry Road, Saltney, Chester, CH4 0BJ

A sizeable detached brick and slate Former Church and Sunday School – well located adjacent to open farmland and within easy reach of the city centre. Possible potential for a variety of development opportunities (subject to Local Authority approval). Viewing at any reasonable time of the day (External viewing only due to the unsafe nature of the building)

GUIDE PRICE £100,000

Property Wanted

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5 Reasons to talk to me 1st • We have cash funds available • Fast completion guaranteed • Sell and Rent back • No fees to pay • Your problems solved Move on NOW - Call Susan on 01244 760013 or apply online at www.selyorproperties.com

Classified Business To place an advert Tel: 01928 736220

Commercial Property

SHOP PREMISES TO LET IN NORTHWICH, FRODSHAM & WINSFORD ALL ENQUIRIES TO WEAVER VALE HOUSING TRUST

01606 813505 or visit

www.wvht.co.uk

SWAN HOTEL, TARPORLEY, ON TUESDAY 23 SEPTEMBER 2008 AT 7.00 PM

IMPORTANT SALE OF FIVE PARCELS OF PASTURE AND ARABLE ACCOMMODATION LAND SITUATE AT DELAMERE, NORTHWICH, CHESHIRE CW8 2HS The sale of these parcels of land will satisfy the requirements of those seeking to acquire fertile and productive pasture and arable land in a noted agricultural and residential locality. All have the benefit of road frontage and access. The land is compact of high quality and in a prestigious location. The sale is divided into five Lots for the purpose of sale but lots may be amalgamated or further altered as decided during the period of sale Lot 1 - 2.137 hectares 5.28 acres Lot 2 - 3.761 hectares Lot 3 - 9.30 acres Lot 1, Lot 2 and Lot 3 adjoin and extend in total to 8.083 hectares 19.98 acres

CHEQUES CASHED

GOLD BOUGHT FOR CASH! NO ADMIN CHARGE

PASTURE ACCOMMODATION LAND MARSH LANE, WHITLEY, WARRINGTON, CHESHIRE Two Parcels of traditional grassland in a noted agricultural locality The majority enclosed by a post and pig netting fence with road frontage and fence access to Lot 1 and separate track access to Lot 2 Lot 1 - 6.13 Acres 2.481 Hectares Lot 2 - 16.96 Acres 6.836 Hectares

Contact Philip Davies Jewellers Agents for Seiko, Pulsar, Avia All types of gold & silver jewellery

Tel: 01606 43535 TRAVEL

DALEFORDS LANE & CLAY LANEMARTON, WHITEGATE, WINSFORD, CHESHIRE, CW7 2QA

Char tered Sur veyor s l Auctioneer s l Valuer s l Land and Estate Agents

63 High Street, Tarporley Tel: 01829 731300

Warwick Castle

& Worcester Christmas Fayre

Accommodation Lane At Forest Road, Cuddington, Northwich, CW8 2ED

£89

A First class parcel of pasture Accommodation Land extending to 3.87 acres with a 60’ x 15’ Farmplus Agricultural building, consent for calf and pig rearing with fodder storage, gravel parking and paddock. Mains water & Electricity For full details please contact A K Wallace at Beeston. Tel: 01829 262132

Four Excellent high quality fields of pasture of a medium to light loam, suitable for arable, grass or alternative cropping. Each field is of a broadly rectangular shape with road frontage and access situate in a prime and important rural and residential location. Lot 1 - 1.71 acres Lot 2 - 3.83 acres Lot 3 - 3.27 acres Lot 4 - 5.46 acres

Classified

Financial

Lot 4 - 1.874 hectares 4.63 acres Lot 5 - 2.857 hectares 7.06 acres Lot 4 and Lot 5 adjoin and extend in total to 4.731 hectares 11.69 acres TOTAL AREA OF THE WHOLE 12.814 HECTARES 31.67 ACRES

IMPORTANT SALE OF AGRICULTURAL LANDAT

it pays to advertise in

(some include accommodation)

FOR SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION (SUBJECT TO CONDITIONS & PRIOR SALE)

THREE HIGH QUALITY PARCELS OF ARABLE ACCOMMODATION LAND SITUATE AT. STOKE HALL LANE, POOLE NANTWICH, CHESHIRE This is an excellent opportunity to acquire high quality productive land suitable for both pasture and arable or market garden cropping. Each Lot has road frontage and is versatile, high quality land Lot 1 - 3.739 Hectares 9.24 Acres Lot 2 - 3.059 Hectares 7.56 Acres Lot 3 - 13.423 Hectares 33.17 Acres TOTAL AREA OF THE WHOLE 20.221 HECTARES, 49.97 ACRES

NEAR

Delamere. Attractive 3− bedroom Park Home in small Park Estate in Oakmere, Delamere, was valued at £115,000 a short while ago. O.I.R. £95,000. Viewing most times. 01606 301935 or Mob. 07530 219206.

2 days from .00 29 November 2008

Lakeland Christmas Lunch & Cruise

Day excursion 22 Nov & 13 Dec £44.95pp For further information and a free brochure

Call: 01244 606 454

For bookings Call: 01524 511781 Visit: www.cheshire.reader.travel

BROUGHT TO YOU BY TRINITY MIRROR TRAVEL NORTH WEST

A magical weekend of Yuletid Fayre, unusual gifts and all the atmosphere of the season. A perfect pre-Christmas treat! • • • • •

Return coach travel One night’s B&B at a good hotel in the Midlands area Entrance to Warwick Castle A visit to the Victorian Christmas Fayre in Worcester The services of a Tour Manager

For a brochure call:

or to book call:

(All calls charged at local rate)

Quoting Code CHC

01244 606 454 0845 226 7766 Book online at: www.newmarket.travel/chc11552

BROUGHT TO YOU BY: TRINITY MIRROR NORTH WEST AND NORTH WALES


Classified 24

August 20, 2008

Classified Sales & Bargains

Private: 0870 2340031 Trade: 01928 736220 Articles For Sale COUNTAX

C300H

Lawnmower, plus collector, plus roller, plus trailer, approx. 600 hours, £1,250. 24ft double aluminium ladders, £100. Belle electric (240 volt) cement mixer, £100. 24ft reach lightweight Aluminium, scaffold tower, £80. Anodised steel logging horse with chainsaw holder, £50. Stihl chainsaw SH85, £100. Stihl 023C blower plus attachments, £100. 24inch wide fertiliser/granule spreader with flow control, £50. Single bed, 3ft6 wide, oak head and tail board (wheel design), £60. Single pine bed with headboard, base and mattress, £25. 3− drawer chest, teak finish, teardrop handles, £40. 2 Lloyd Loom style chairs, 1 cream £40, 1 jade green £30. Large pine chest, 48inches x 28inches x 28inches, with 2 drawers under, £100. 3−seat settee by Next, in grey, with scatter cushions, £75. Teak finish T.V. cabinet, 32inch x 22inch opening, £30. Various Brass Candleabra fittings, 3 and 5 prong, from £20. Tel. 07798 913399 (Wrexham).

PINE OVER MANTLE MIRROR Period shape, width 48", £95. Two nickle plate column lamps, with shades, £50 each. marble top side table with metal ornate base, width 52", £110. All items priced to sell due to house move. Tel. 07765 383432.

CLAY

ROOF

TILES

brindle/deep purple. Approx 1500 plus eaves and ridges. Offers Tel: 01270 618383/ 07947719618

23RD

AUGUST Garage sale for cancer research, toys, household items, 10−1 £donations 11 Bowness Ave. Winsford

BERGHAUS

blue rucksack H510 W300 D130 adjustable shoulder straps as new £5 01829 751870.

CHURCH

PEWS

pitch pine pews, maximum length 2m, shorter pews available. Original finish £190 each, stripped and oiled £260 each. Norley. Tel. 07946 622698

DIESEL

TANK (Titan) H1350, plastic, capacity 1326 litres. £250 or open to offers. 01928 789027/07932 662197. mid cheshire.

GARAGE

DOOR double up and over GRP, light Oak effect, electric motor, height 83" length 143". £500. 01565 722884. Knutsford.

GERMAN SHEPHERD BITCH 3yrs, spayed, free to good home. Genuine reason for rehoming, Moreton. 07519 031899

IN−CAR DVD Ventura dual

screen, gaming system, remote control, storage bag, £80 ono. 01270 821134

MANY DIFFERENT sizes

of mahogany wood 6’, mostly new and lots of new soft wood lengths, reasonable offers only. Holmes Chapel. Tel. 01477 534116

MARLEY MODERN USED

Flat grey roof tiles. Approx coverage 1,100 sq Feet. Buyer collects. £325 ono. Tel. 01244 312062.

QUAD BIKE AND TRAILER £750 ono. Tel. 07875 114 899 (Crewe).

RIO LASER HAIR REMOVER Unused, £60. Under worktop larder fridge, very clean; £50 Tel: 07960 143082.

Articles For Sale

Furniture

SUBSTANTIAL

quality B.H.S weekend suitcase L530 W380 D180 lockable clasp fastenings and straps as new £12 01829 751870.

TRIPLE UNIT

quality light weight folding Aluminium chairs low design unused £10 each 01606 47333.

BESWICK/

Moorcroft animals/figurines etc., jewellery, medals, silver & gold, almost anything old. I pay the best prices so I have been told! Will travel & pay cash. Tel. 01270 520369/07718 827048. Nantwich

WASHING

machine. Bosch excel. Like new (good reason for sale). Can be seen in situ £125 or nearest. Tel. 01270 583332

WOODBURNER

NEW

boxed, cast iron/steel with boiler, 75,000 btu’s, 8kw room, £750. Radiators 8 single/ doubles, £135. Oswestry. Tel. 01691 682095

Home Improvement

UP & OVER

GARAGE DOORS Garage doors, supplied, fitted & repaired. Remote control conversions. Unit 2, Duttons Industrial Estate, Dock rd, Cheshire

Tel 0800 7311533

Household Goods LEATHER SUITE

4 piece lilac leather suite including storage foot stool. £3000 new. No Rips/Tears. Great Condition.

£750 ovno

0151 289 7842 or 07931 760193 DINNER SERVICE Hornsea Pottery "Contrast" complete and in new condition, £50 ono. 01244 313046

LEATHER SETTEES Sits

4 each settee. Beige, good condition, solid, looked after £300. 07947 367452

LEATHER SUITE cream,

3 seater sofa & 2 armchairs, excellent condition. (Liverpool). £200.

FREEPHONE 0800 731 4904

S A L E UP TO R E M M GUST 3 0 % G SU B L I N D IFNI N I S H E N D O F A U

3 Vertical blinds, up to 6’ wide, any drop

7 Rollers, up to 6’ wide, any drop £175

seater settee and 2 chairs Cream corduroy. Excellent condition. 2 years old. Paid £1000. Will accept £350. Buyer to collect. Black wrought iron mirror. 42"x32". £25. Tel. 07796 183407

ANTIQUE Mahogany dining chairs, ornate stretchers, upholstered William Morris fabric, £50. Tel. 01829 751975.

BRAND NEW black nickel

effect curtain pole 180 cm with fittings £10 01606 556656.

DINING TABLE

Medium to dark pine dining room table and 4 chairs, £40. 07917 434475

DOWNSIZING

furniture for sale. Extending dining table, plus 6 chairs, mahogany type colour. £85 ono Also cane conservatory set. 2 seater settee and 2 chairs plus coffee table £75 ono. Tel. 01270 583332

NATHAN

TEAK

Display cabinet H.76"W.x40", glass doors. Also matching corner units, all internally illuminated, as new, £950. Tel. 01352 771520 Mold.

SELECTION

OF

beech kitchen doors and draw fronts plus wood effect work top offers 01606 556656.

SOLID TABLE

OAK

DINING

glass inlay, modern design, 180cms long, 90cms wide, 75cms high, excellent condition, buyer collects, £499ovno. 01829 270071

STAG CIRCULAR Dining

table with centre extension opening with 2 chairs, size closed 1 metre, size open 1.4 metres, £50 ono, vgc. Tel. 01928 715104

Beds/Bedrooms BRAND NEW 5ft. boxed

Java bed frame, modern style, cost £200, can deliver local for small fee, £60. Tel. 01270 528758 Winsford.

DOUBLE DIVAN Bed with

mattress, headboard and 2 drawers, as new, first to see will buy, only £85. Tel. 07810 416666 (Crewe).

DOUBLE

FUTON Metal framed, blue mattress 6’ x 4’, exc cond. £80 ono. 01270 821134

HIGH METAL BUNK BED with desk and futon chair. Excellent condition, £75. Tel. after 6 p.m.: 01606 852 560 (Weaverham).

Bathrooms WASH

BASIN and pedestal with taps and waste pipe, £25 ono. Tel. 01270 584715 (Crewe).

DISCOUNT

MUST

ON ALL CURRENT BLINDS INCLUDING SUN AWNINGS

01244 811576

01606 46178

FAMILY RUN BUSINESS EST OVER 25 YEARS

SUBJECT TO TECHNICAL RESTRICTIONS

HALF PRICE BLINDS ● Free measuring & fitting ns, ● Verticals, Rollers, Venetians, Roma

& Awnings Pleateds, Conservatory blinds ● UK’s No.1 for blinds ys, 9am-5p CALL NOW 8.30am-9pm weekda

m weekends

0800 916 6536

THREE

4

£76

7 vertical blinds, up to 6’ wide, any drop £160

0151 495 3040

VARIOUS ITEMS FOR SALE Timber shed/play-

VISA FREE FITTING*

SPECIALISTS IN SUN A WNINGS AND PLEATED BLINDS FOR CONSER VAT O R I E S

will accept £100

TOP

WANTED DOULTON

GEMINI

Italian style with inlaid pattern. 5’0" x 3’0" high. 3 large cupboards and 3 storage drawers. Excellent condition. Cost over £450

WARDROBE

house, approx 6 x 6, plus base, with door, two front windows and pitched roof, £160 ono; two glazed internal doors with brass handles, £60 ono; large bevelled gold−framed 4 foot x 3 foot mirror, £30 ono; two fish tanks with pumps, £65 ono; two single beds with mattresses, £55 ono; gaming rocker chair bass speaker system for Playstation, £35; as new, heavy duty cross trainer/elliptical strider with pulse calorie computer, £70 ono; large Rockman’s three− section mahogany arched bookcase, £60 ono. Tel. 07875 114 899 (Crewe).

MASTERCARD FREE MEASURE

NOT IN CONJUNCTION WITH ANY OTHER OFFER

ROSEWOOD SIDEBOARD

French style. Mahogany fireplace with gas fire, marble hearth & surround. Double settee, blue, unused. Wide, large vertical blind. 01978 780273 or 07764 580 208

TWO

Blinds

The Chronicle, August 20, 2008

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Conservatories/Double Glazing

Domestic Appliance Sales

4 PIECE CONSERVATORY

HOTPOINT

WASHER

WASHING

MACHINE

CANE SUITE

blue & yellow, excellent condition, £250 ono. 01270 878843

2 UPVc WINDOWS 1 6ft x

4ft, £50, also 4ft x 4ft, £30. Tel. 01270 584715 (Crewe).

CANE

BISTRO

SET

smoked glass top, 2 chairs, excellent condition, £100. 01270 878843

Bosch 1200 spin, white, excellent condition and working order, £100. Northwich 07748 774401

Disabled Equipment

SPECIAL OFFER

LARGE FRENCH OAK−STYLE FARMHOUSE KITCHEN

Tel: 07950 021 274 Evening viewings only (Ellesmere, Shropshire)

KITCHEN CONCEPTS Design, supply & fit Quality Kitchens or Replace doors & worktops Will beat any written quotation Tel: 01606 786482 Tel: 07929 067892

DISHWASHER

used Hotpoint washer, silver, 07917 434475

Hardly dish£100.

Domestic Appliance Sales COOKER, FRIDGE FREEZER Electrolux cooker £300, fridge freezer £250 or both for £500. Middlewich. 01606 834708

GAS COOKER Parkinson

Cowan, Double Oven, Grey/Black, very good condition, £120 ono. 01270 750806

Distribution: 0151 472 2803

Aquarius, quick wash, 1000 spin, very good condition, 3 years old, white, £90. 07725 420933

Kitchens

Including base and wall cabinets, a dresser feature, sinks and taps, range cooker and canopy + built−in fridge, freezer and microwave. Cost £17,000, want £2,850. Delivery and fitting can be arranged

Miscellaneous

Opening Hours:

ROTTWEILER PUPS.

2 big girls. Bred for temperament, Kennel Club Reg. & Pedigree. Champion Lines. Sire low hip score, 1st vacc. given, wormed, Vet Checked, insured, food pack,

£350. 0151 289 9779

Mon 8am-5pm Tues 9am-3.30pm Wed 9am-1pm Thurs-Fri 9am-3pm

T.V/Video/Audio Sales

Computer/Games

43INCH

AMD SEMPROM COMPUTER With

TELEVISION

Toshiba rear projection screen TV, exc. condition, £430 ono. Northwich 01606 40360

HOME

LIMITED OFFER 4/8 mile per hour road going scooter Choice of colours Delivered & demonstrated 12 month manufacturers warranty

£1249

Oakwood Mobility Tel: 0800 0746789 Or 01606 590666

SCOOTER

GEORGE MICHAEL Lower tier tickets for final concert in Earls Court, London. Face Value

£200 07962 929196

THEATRE Sony DAV−DZ260. Condition as new. Sandbach. £129. 01270 761739

Musical Instruments

Local Craftsmen

COMPUTER

8GB HD, Windows XP, sold with, Epson printer and small computer table, ideal starter computer, £100. Tel. 07985 247197.

COMPUTER DRUM

KIT

5 piece drum kit, great condition, exc. for beginners, £175. Northwich. 07805 325007

RASCAL

329LE, exc. cond. new batteries, lights, indicators etc, max speed 8mph, £700 ono. Warrington. 07836 551056 or 01925 730319

2400

80gb hard disc, 512mb ram, DVD drive, CD RW drive, XP home edition & 17 ins TFT monitor, vgc, £120. 01829 732727.

BASS GUITAR Swift Pink full size & 20W bass amp. strap & case new (L23), £70. 0151 924 9092 FULL

SET

OF

DRUMS

and stool. Excellent condition, £175. Tel. after 6 p.m.: 01606 852 560 (Weaverham).

Books/Records/Tapes/CD’s SET

DESK Exc. cond., beech effect, £20 ono. Tel. 01606 76038 Northwich.

HARD DRIVE 300 gig, £95

ono. Tel: 07815 714 109.

XBOX 360 XBox 360 Elite.

Brand new, sealed in box. Middlewich. £220. 01606 833669

Collectors Items Wanted WANTED old shop advertising/ card/ enamel/ figures/ tins/ dummy packs and display cabinets. Good prices for quality items. 01691 671367.

ENCYCLOPAEDIAS

Complete set Encyclopaedia Britannica 200th Anniversary Edition, in Teak bookcase, £50. Liverpool 0151 226 2788

Computer/Games

Sports Equipment TABLE FOOTBALL Large

solid table football. Can e mail photo, £60. 07917 434475

TREAD MILL Roger Black

PENTIUM 4 COMPUTER Broadband ready P4 computer. Minimum spec. Celeron 1700, 256Mb, 20− 40GB HDD, CD, CRT screen, keyboard, mouse. Upgrade avail. Delivery+10

£49 07935 232390

electric treadmill. Like new. Call for more details. Bargain, was £300 new, £150. Crewe. 07920 165471

WEIGHT LIFTING GEAR 9 items, willing to sell separate, £85 for all. Tel: 01270 760 762.

Clothing MENS charcoal grey suit

40 ch 36 W only worn twice £30 ono 01606 556656.


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The Chronicle, August 20, 2008

2x 4ftx2ftx2ft stackable vivs with heat lamps + guards, heat mats, daylight fluorescent tubes, water bowls, climbing logs and stand for vivs to be positioned on top of each other. Dragons are approx 9mnths old very lively. Also incl 2 spare fluorescent tubes. Cost £600 but will accept reasonable offers.

£300 07912 545931

STAR

TREK

Fact files, technical data, TOS, Voyager etc. Binders included. Buyer collects. £35. 01928 791692

Cycles BIKE

Articles Wanted

BABY

EINSTEIN entertainer argos p1549 £25 tummy time musical play mat £3 07903 891547.

BABY

GYM

40032.

£7

01606

MACCLAREN TWIN TURBO Double buggy, 6 months old, silver/grey, with x cosytoes, raincover, exc con, £120. 01270 626039.

MAMAS & PAPAS 3 in 1

travel system, beige and blue, good condition. £80. Huyton. 07813 557920

MAMAS & PAPAS Pram-

ette P3, Bloomsbury, Grey−Black, raincover, sun canopy, carseat, £100. M&P Meadow babywalker, £25. Chester 01244 343778

QUINNY

freestyle travel system including car seat carry cot and pushchair cost £500 new accept £160 01606 40032.

SIT ON teddy chair potty

CARRIER

for 2/3 bikes can be used with caravan fastens behind towball £12 01606 47333.

Parent & Child BUGABOO CAMELEON

£5 padded toilet seats £1 each booster seat chair for table £7 01606 40032.

Articles Wanted

BEREAVEMENT CLEARANCES

★ FREE ESTIMATES ★

Full 7 day polite & professional clearance service

£400 ono

Tel: Peter or Julia Critchley on

POWERTRACK

360*, DENIM/SUEDE. CW, carseat, auto carry cot, rain covers, matching foot muff, excellent system. Viewing welcome, £175 ovno. Whitchurch. Tel. 07922 010882.

71378919SS13

Everything bought & rubbish removed

8am-9pm - 7 days

JANE

CASH WAITING for

any old toys, Corgi, Dinky, Britains Farm and Military, Trains, Mamod Steam Engines, Minic, anything considered. Tarvin. 01829 740258.

FOOTBALL−RUGBY PROGRAMMES Wanted,

pre−1970’s, League, Non−League, Friendlies, Cup, Internationals, Scottish etc., very good prices paid. Tel. 01745 563002.

MASONIC ITEMS wanted,

Woodworking tools and any interesting considered. Gwynedd. Tel: 881217.

Hand other tools Nebo, 01286

BESWICK/

ALL MODEL RAILWAYS WANTED For

cash. Any amount, particular Hornby, Dublo, Wrenn, Bachmann, Farish, high prices paid. Tel: 01606 872786 (Mid Cheshire).

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Classified Home Services

To place an advert Tel: 01928 736220 Glazing/Windows

PVCue SPECIALISTS

‘Family Business’

Established 1985 PVCu Tile Caps (Dry Verges)

Gutter(different shapes & colours) PVCu Fascias

ALSO WINDOWS DOORS CARPORTS

Tel/Fax: 01782 832500 Alsager 01270 884486 Crewe/Nantwich 01270 841425 email: sales@gutterplus85.co.uk www.gutterplus85.co.uk If we can’t sort you no one can

WILLOW BUILDERS All General property maintenance undertaken Conservatories/bases & extensions

DC BUILDERS Brickwork,

carpentry, plastering, roofing, tiling, paving and all general building work. Repairs renovations and extensions. registered plumbers. registered electricians. Tel 01270 251644 or 07517 746985

Tarmacadam

Est 20 years, Family Run Business. FREE ESTIMATES

A & B Services

ALL AREAS COVERED

Tel: 01244 541034 01948 820127 mobile 07877349497

Tarmacadam Resurfacing Groundwork - Brickwork Walling - Block Paving Garden Makeovers Full Driveway Installations 4 0 Y E A R S E S T.

01606 837703 07900 626742

General Home Improvements

STORAGE SOLUTIONS.

Other joinery jobs considered

THE LOFT SPACE MAKERS:

All types of joinery undertaken. Kitchens, Wardrobes, Doors, Decking, etc. Call Paul on 01606 888821 or 01606 590582 Mobile 07970 528598

ELECTRICAL

Services, local part P registered electrician. Competitive rates. No job too small. 0782 899 2831 or 01606 557823

PROSPARKS Local PartP

Domestic Appliance Repairs ELECTRIC COOKER REPAIRS free call out. All makes. Tel Gary 01606 800002/ 07765 403869 www.necrep.co.uk

approved Electricians. 17th Edition qualified. No job too small, competitive rates. Info at www.prosparks.com Tel: 01606 592413 or 07952 234773

QUALIFIED ELECTRICIAN

Friendly service, free quotes. Tel 01606 41977 or 07824 388687

ALL ELECTRICAL WORK 30 years exp. Rewires, fusebox upgrades. No job too small. Tel 07504 727377

Telephone Services ALL

Telephone work. Telephone & computer extensions, ex BT Engineer 01270 875424.

Contact Gary Young on:

07970 491946 I

D PLUMBING All aspects of work undertaken from leaking taps to new radiators. Free estimates, Call Ivan 07511 847029 ALL PLUMBING No job

too small, 24/7. Qualified Plumber & unvented systems. Any distance. 07799 004534 or 01606 559927

SHAW’S

PROPERTY SERVICES Providers of quality workmanship. All aspects of home improvement. Fascias, soffits, guttering & cladding. Brickwork, pointing. All types of lead work. Chimney work. Dormas, flat to pitch conversions, Fencing, patios. Windows, doors, consevatories supplied & fitted. Building extensions.

01606 557158 or 07528 912571

Skip Hire

Enviro Skip Hire

Domestic & Commercial • All Skip sizes available • Waste Disposal & Scrap Metal Recycling • Licensed Waste Transfer Station with Tipping Facilities.

Tel: 01270 820426 01270 883033 Enviro Skip Hire, Station Yard, Radway Green Alsager, Crewe, CW2 5PH.

Property Maintenance IMPROVE YOUR HOME Building & Roofing alterations from Plumbing to Plastering, Wall & Floor Tiling, Joinery etc. Quality Tradesman. Complete Service

01606 77021 or 07717 707205

Flooring Specialists

For all your storage requirements:

All work done in a few hours, upgrades available

SWIFT

Boiler Changes Combi’s Full Central Heating Full Bathroom Refurbishment

PVCu Shiplap Cladding (in a range of colours)

No Sub Contractors No Salesmen No Gimmicks

Call now ask for Paul: Mobile: 07929 377961

PAUL SANT JOINERY

Corgi Reg. 210841

Soffits

Included in the price is One hundred square ft of flooring, A five ft strip light with pull Cord, a two or three-stage safety ladder. A new hatch opening with lock and hinges.

Electrical Contractors

Plumbing and Heating Engineer

d ar bo ge ar B Cu PV s PVCu

From as little as £300 pounds

Electrical

Tel: 01606 862860 or 07947257783.

07703 440345

We can convert your loft into an easily Accessible storage area.

Joinery

For all your Heating & Plumbing needs. Boiler & central heating installations & servicing. Bathroom & shower fitting. Gas fire fitting service. Corgi Reg. Fully insured. Quality work from experienced tradesman.

QUOTAT 01606 551470 BEATEN

collector. Badges, mascots, glasses, overalls & anything interesting. 01270 446320 or 01253 300100

WANTED

SSP PLUMBING & HEATING

Garden walls, all pointing work, block paving, patios, flagging, decking etc. Slate, ANY tile, flat roofing repairs. Chimneys lowered, repointed and repaired. WRITTEN Gutters, fascias and cladding ION

ROLLS−ROYCE, BENTLEY, MULLINER for

TOOLS

Heating/Plumbing

CD BUILDING AND ROOFING

top prices paid. 0161 903 9081. Timperley.

Moorcroft animals/figurines etc., jewellery, medals, silver & gold, almost anything old. I pay the best prices so I have been told! Will travel & pay cash. Tel. 01270 520369/07718 827048. Nantwich

ALL HOUSE CLEARANCES

01606 42142

wanted by collector, top prices paid for badges, medals, uniforms, helmets etc. Anything considered. Please phone 01270 568542.

WANTED DOULTON

Pink & black pram, all accessories, includes maxi cosi carseat + Graco travel cot. Excellent condition, cost over £1000

07510 932372

ARMY MEMORABILIA

Building Services/Supplies

73297454

BEARDED DRAGONS

Parent & Child

SKIP HIRE

Domestic and Commercial. All Skip sizes available: 2yd to 40yds

WOOD FLOOR RESTORER.

Wood floors refurbished. Old coating removed, new finish applied, walk on in 4 hours. Call for quotation. Northwich 01606 334411

Garages/Garage Doors FOR A REALISTIC quote

for new doors supplied & fitted or doors repaired contact E− RYDER. Tel 01606 74911 or 07918635129

Suppliers of

• MOT type 1 subbase • Washed grit sands • Washed pipe bedding gravels • 6F2 hardcore • Puddle Clay • Topsoil • Turf media soils ALL SIZE SKIPS AVAILABLE

Tel: 01829 260 687 Fax: 01829 260 556

Email: info@nickbrookes.co.uk www.nickbrookes.co.uk All major credit and debit cards accepted

VALE ROYAL GARAGE DOORS Up and over doors, supplied, fitted & repaired. Remote control conversions. Unit 2, Duttons Industrial Estate, Dock rd, Northwich. Tel 0800 7311533

Plans Drawn PLANS DRAWN QUICKLY no win, no fee. Call free on 0800 023 2241

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07834 554256 01606 301511

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Roofing

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federation of master tradesmen

• SPECIALISTS IN SLATING • TILING • FLAT TO PITCHED ROOFS • PVC SOFFITS & FASCIAS • GUTTERS & WINDOWS • CHIMNEYS REMOVED REBUILT & REPOINTED • ALSO REFURB • REPAIRS, LARGE OR SMALL WITH GUARANTEED, QUALITY WORKMANSHIP, • INSURANCE WORK • DORMAS AND ALL ASPECTS OF LEADWORK

55 years experience

FOR QUOTATION AND FREE ROOFING ADVICE

Classified Agriculture To place an advert Tel: 01928 736220 Gardening Services

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Specialist in loose tiles, ridge tiles, slates, chimneys, drain pipes, storm damage work, flat roofs repaired and renewed, carport leaks, guttering renewed and replaced also UPVC Fascia Boards & Soffits Also new roofs from start to finish Power washing and removal of moss from roofs and driveways

Call now on : 01270 587688 or 07969 031089

D.K.C. CONTRACTS

NORTHWEST ROOFLINE

PHONE: (01829) 740800

Slating & tiling Roofing repairs, flat roofs Chimney pointing Ridges & missing tiles Upvc guttering & fascias Soffits & dry verge caps

ALL ASPECTS OF TREE WORK UNDERTAKEN Felling, Pruning, Stump Grinding etc

FREE ESTIMATES

Recommendations available

01270 252855 07926 295609

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Classified Happy Events To place an advert Tel: 01244 606346 H A P P Y B I R T H DAY • H A P P Y B I R T H DAY

Our lovely granddaughter

MOLLY

IS THIRTEEN TODAY.

Happy birthday to you, Love Nan and Grandad. Best wishes from Liverpool xxxx H A P P Y B I R T H DAY • H A P P Y B I R T H DAY H A P P Y B I R T H DAY • H A P P Y B I R T H DAY

TO MY GIRL

MOLLY

HAPPY BIRTHDAY 13 TODAY. Love always Auntie Steph, Dave, Jordan and Dom and family xxxxx. H A P P Y B I R T H DAY • H A P P Y B I R T H DAY H A P P Y B I R T H DAY • H A P P Y B I R T H DAY

TO MY BEAUTIFUL DAUGHTER

MOLLY GROGAN

13 on 25 August. Have a great day, love you loads Mum and Dad.

H A P P Y B I R T H DAY • H A P P Y B I R T H DAY

IS YOUR CHILD STARTING SCHOOL THIS YEAR?

Why not commemorate the occasion with an announcement in your local Paper? Make your childs day special for two reasons!

Call 01244 340 166 to book your announcement today!

Weddings & Special Occasions FOOD FOR ALL

Outside catering facilities. Also offering services such as marquee, bar, disco etc making it less stressful for event organisers. Call Sarah 07749 102533 or Judith 01606 48582

Advertisers place your lost & found ads free of charge.

Chronicle Newspapers

Please ring your local office

07931 633633 HEDGING

Specialist Leylandii 2−3ft £2.50. 3− 4ft £4.50 4−6ft £7.50. Laurel £3.95. Box 95p/ £3.50. Holly £2.50/£3.95. Yew £3.95/£5.95. Shrubs £3.50. Morgans Nursery Tel 01829 720514. www.hedgeit.co.uk

STIGA

VILLA ride on mower, just been serviced, 12.5hp, vgc, £700 ono. Northwich. Tel. 01606 781078

WEBB 17"

Rotary lawn mower, in good working order, £80. Tel. 01270 584715 (Crewe).

Agriculture KUBOTA 8200 HST mini

tractor, exc. cond. grass tyres, 4WD, £2495 ono. Northwich. Tel. 01606 781078

TAARUP

7FT

TOPPER

Semi offset, Very good working order, £600. 01352 770242 or 07974 186262.

Livestock/Poultry

JACK RUSSELL Pups, small type, short legged, exc. bread Pups. Mother and Father can be seen, work or pet. £180. 07731 392604. Crewe.

AFRICAN GREY ADULT PARROTS £300 each. Breeding pairs, one pair senegal parrots, £300. Tel. 01270 586 765 (Crewe area).

ALSATIAN

BORDER COLLIE PUPPIES white and black bitches, home reared, well handled and vaccinated, Mother can be seen, ideal family pet, ready now £150. 07879 005283

BRITISH SHORT−HAIRED KITTENS six−seven weeks old. Fully weaned and wormed. Two lilac toms, queens, one lilac and cream, one blue and silver, tabbies. £185. Tel. after 6 pm: 01244 537 417 (Pentre).

CAIRN X BORDER Terrier

pups, excellent temperament, ready now, family can be seen. Tel 07703 485431.

GARDEN POULTRY Large

DOG kennel. Quality hand

selection of free range modern POL Hybrid Hens, fully vaccinated. Tel. 01928 787979 or 07871 285834.

PHEASANTS Pure white, & other pheasants, pheasants £10, pheasants, £20. 560899.

fancy white fancy 01270

POINT OF LAY PULLETS And growers, excellent varieties of pure and hybrid birds, plus ducks, ducklings, guinea−foul and rabbits all fully vaccinated also poultry housing and starter kits, drinkers, feeders, food and bedding, can deliver. Tel. 01829 730876/07892 910332.

beautiful, long−coated, healthy, strong puppies, looking for lovely pet homes, mother can be seen, Tel. 07531 357111.

made. Felted all over. Carpeted floor. Warm and cosy. Exposed wood treated. Unused. £49. Tel 01270 569651

FRENCH LOP RABBITS 5

available, red eyed white and chinchilla, £20 each. Tel: 07809 574527.

JACK

2 days from £115.00 17 January 2009

Includes • Return coach travel • 1 night’s B&B at a 3★ hotel in the Heathrow/Slough area • A circle ticket for ‘Quidam‘ performed by the Cirque du Soleil at The Royal Albert Hall (stalls and box ticket upgrades are available for a supplement) • Time in central London • A visit to Windsor For a brochure call:

01244 606 454

www.newmarket.travel/chc11416 BROUGHT TO YOU BY: TRINITY MIRROR NORTH WEST & NORTH WALES IN CONJUNCTION WITH: NEWMARKET PROMOTIONS LTD. ABTA V787X.

RUSSELL

PUPS

Dogs and bitches, tri− coloured, ready to go. £150. Tel. 07968 287 708 (Nantwich).

JACK RUSSELL Pup for

sale, boy, only 1 Tri− colour, smooth coated. Ready now. £150. 07944 339066.

RUSSELL

boy puppy, 8 weeks old, very friendly and full of fun, £80. Bickerton. Tel. 01829 720213

Pets Cirque Du Soleil

PUPPIES

strong, farm reared, mother and father can be seen, wormed, had first injection, pure bred, but mother no papers, hence £200 each. Tel. 01978 824121 or 07904 919331 (Wrexham).

COLLIE CROSS puppies,

SALE

Tabley Brook Boarding Kennels & Cattery Family run. Breeders of Chocolate Labradors, Cocker Spaniels & Miniature Schnauzers, Groomer. ESTABLISHED 21 YEARS. We will answer any queries you may have.

Call 01565 633934

www.tabley-brook-kennels.co.uk

Pedigree Pets CHOCOLATE

LABRADOR 17 week old bitch, fully vaccinated, 6 weeks free insurance, Vet checked, mother and father can be seen £500. Re−advertised due to timewasters. Crewe. 07902 396425o YORKSHIRE Terrier puppies, 1 bitch, 2 dogs, ready in 3 weeks time, 26 Champions, KC Reg, £400 dog, £425 bitch. Phone for details. Sandbach. Tel. 01270 763497

AMERICAN COCKER SPANIEL Superb dog

BENGAL

8 pedigree Suffolk ewes (top blood lines) £100 each. Registered ram (05), £400 ARR/ARR and vaccinated. Moston. Tel. 01270 764782

DISPERSAL

GERMAN PUPPIES

dogs & bitches, 7 weeks old, mother & father can be seen, wormed, £350. 01978 752734 or 07525 267 286

puppy, 11 weeks. Excellent pedigree, lovely temperament. Kennel club registered, wormed, inoculated and insured. Very showy, or make a lovely pet. £550. BLACK MINIATURE Tel. 01691 777 777 SCHNAUZER PUPS (Oswestry). Call 01565 633934 www.tabley−brook−kennels.co.uk

JACK

perform ‘Quidam’

lost & found

Professional grass & hedge cutting service. Any size lawn, field/hedge. 3.5 Ton Mini Digger & Driver. Menage Construction etc. Fencing. Knutsford/Northwich

Pets

MANX

KITTENS extremely rare, 1 female Minx, 1 tailess female, 1 stumpy + 1 long tailed black tabby. Litter trained & wormed. 01606 352305 or 07790 739 828

QUALITY

CHUNKY F1 Labradoodle pups. Non−moulting, no allergies. Reared on family farm with children, both parents excellent pedigree. Wormed and vet checked. Black, chocolates and cream, boys and girls, available now. £495. Tel. 01606 891 607, or 07912 939 143 (CW9).

TORTOISES Must go to good homes. 07756 878271

£125.

LURCHER

PUPS Bedlington−Whippet pups (male). 1 brindle, 1 dark coat. Fantastic examples for working or pets. All injections and Vet checked. £200. 01948 780397

MINI

DACHSHUND

puppy, silver 07954 039966.

dapple.

POODLE

registered, white, cream and black, home bred, great family pets, non moulting, playful and happy, from £400. Tel: 01257 451695 or 07899 872311.

WHITE SHEPHERD

3

Pedigree Pets

MINIATURE PUPS KC

Pets

TELEPHONE:

(07861) 660374 (01606) 557158

The Chronicle, August 20, 2008

KITTENS

Beautiful brown spotted male and female kittens available. Vaccinated, registered and insured, ready now, from £300. Tel: 01352 770801. www.thomastar.co.uk

BLOOD HOUND PUPPIES KC reg, 3 red dogs, 1st vaccination, wormed and vet checked, 6 weeks free insurance. Tel. 01948 840565.

POODLE PUPS Miniature,

ready to go August 25th, KC reg, 2 cream bitches, 2 black bitches, 1 black dog, home bred, non malting, lovely family pets, happy and friendly, mother and father can be seen, £400 dog, £500 bitches. Tel. 01606 45889/07590 729749.

and silver, KC registered, wormed and vet checked, excellent pedigree. Reared on family farm. used to other animals. Non− moulting, no allergies, six weeks free insurance. Boys and girls, £550 ono, ready August 28th, deposit secures. Tel. 01606 891 607, or 07912 939 143 (CW9).

WESTIE PUPS Excellent

temperament & pedigree, with both parents, £400, ready now. 01948 662784/ 07939 036441.

WHIPPET

PUPS Sooty Sam Laguna Lines, KC Reg, dogs only, £350. Wrexham. 07989 754155 or 01978 311625

YORKIE PUPPIES beauti-

ful little babies, small− size, excellent pedigree, ready 1st September, deposit secures, seen with parent, loving homes only, £400, Tel.01606 854737 (Weaverham).

Horses/Tack/Equip 14.1 FOUR YRS, BAY GELDING Lovely nature,

Exc. blood lines, KC Reg., will make great show dogs or pets, free puppy pack and insurance. Tel.01978 751792/07821 438899.

CAVALIER PUPS ruby, tri

15.2HH TB mare, 7 y.o.,

PUPPIES

and blenheim, ready now. Inoculated, wormed, vet checked, KC registered, 6 weeks insurance, beautifully marked, playful little pups. 01928 733016.

CHOCOLATE LABRADORS

Beautiful, big−boned, 3−dogs, 2− bitches, £250 dogs, £300 bitches, mother&father can be seen, deposit secures your dog, ready 16/09/ 08. Tel.07874 903067 (Crewe).

DOBERMAN

PUPPIES, black/tan and brown/ tan, dogs and bitches, K.C. Reg., established breeder, excellent pedigree, many champions, parents superb temperament and can be seen, wormed to date, puppy pack, 5 generation pedigree and insurance, microchipped if required, £550. Tel. 01978 751169 / 07801 450 654 (Wrexham)

ENGLISH TERRIER pups,

BULL−

2 black and white pedigree bitches, KC registered, champion stock, ready to go, Tel. 01270 255508 or 07514 009158 (Crewe).

ENGLISH SPRINGER SPANIEL PUPPIES liver & white, excellent pedigree, big strong puppies, £350. Telephone 01270 762412 or 07903 055 774

ENGLISH SPRINGER SPANIEL Puppies, 2 liver and white males, from excellent pedigree, KC optional, fully wormed and vaccinated, £300 each. Tel. 01244 570672.

FOR SALE BEAUTIFUL BORDER Terrier pups, KC registered, ready now, Mum and Dad can be seen, £360 each. Tel. 01928 724503/07946 594927.

LABRADOR

PUPPIES

black dogs only, parents can be seen, work or pet, KC reg. 07530 238920

LHASA

APSO

PUPPIES

Golds & golds & whites, wormed, Vet checked, first vaccination, K.C. Reg., insured, lovely with children, mother can be seen. Tel. 01928 787084

LHASA

APSO Puppies, cream, KC reg, ready sept 3rd, tel. 07960 448197.

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STANDARD POODLE PUPPIES Creams, blacks

easy to do in all ways. Loves to jump, huge potential as SJ pony. Done XC, brilliant in traffic, no vices. Suit experienced teenager/ small adult. £2,250. inc. tack. Tel. 07979 637 482 (Cheshire).

BORZOI

Classified Personal

100% bomb−proof, hacks alone/in company, good to box, shoe, catch, kind temperament, re− advertised due to timewasters, £2800 incl. tack/rugs. Norley. Tel. 01928 787137

16−HH

quality coloured mare. DWB−X, six years old, ideal competition prospect/family horse. Excellent in all ways, £4,000ono. 07951 076206 (Sandbach).

16HH BAY MARE ID x TB,

13 years, dressage & jumps, ideal R.C. sweet natured, good to box, clip & shoe, £5,500. Tel. 01978 365223 Wrexham.

BEAUTIFUL COLOURED FOAL 07, ready now, both parents can be seen. £900. 07722 430176 (Crewe)

GENTS BLACK LEATHER Riding boots, size 7, wide calf, cavalo, cost £400. Sell for £100. Also a black gents hunting coat, 42 chest, £100 Tel. 01948 860146.

HAY

FOR SALE grown under Countryside Stewardship Scheme. Quality 2007 barn stored hay also hay X−field, from £1.50. 01829 720247

OPEN HUNTER TRIALS August 24th, near Whitchurch, classes for all, ring for schedule, tel. 07511 014379.

ROTARY CLUB OF TARPORLEY New dona-

tion ride, Sunday 7th September 2008 at Utkinton Lodge Farm, Utkinton Lane, Cotebrook. CW6 0JH (2 kilometres north of Tarporley). Approach on A49 and follow signs. 8− 10 mile course with shortcuts. Optional jumps. Refreshments on sale. For details see www.tarporleyrotary.org.uk or call J.D. Smith 01829 733362.

STUBBEN

PARZIVAL

171/2 inch medium wide GP/jumping saddle, good condition, £400 ono. Tel. 07743 446518 or 01270 528320 (Winsford).

TRADITIONAL COLOURED cob yearling

colt, very well marked with masses of bone and silky feather, to mature to approx. 15.2hh +, £1650 ovno. Frodsham. Tel. 01928 726363 or 07935 328462

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The Chronicle, August 20, 2008

Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) Act 1990 Development Affecting the Setting of a Listed Building

V VAUXHALL ASTRA 1.6 CLUB 5 DOOR.HAS FULL VAUXHALL SERVICE HISTORY AND INCLUDES,POWER STEERING,AIRBAGS,REMOTE CENTRAL LOCKING,AIR CONDITIONING AND ELECTRIC WINDOWS WITH HIGH SPEC VELOUR SEATING.FANTASTIC VALUENOW AT £1995 V FORD FOCUS 1.8 ZETEC ESTATE. THIS TOP OF THE RANGE CAR INCLUDES, POWER STEERING,AIRBAGS,ELECTRIC WINDOWS AND MIRRORS WITH AIR CONDITIONING AND ALLOY WHEELS.A REALLY VERSATILE FAMILY ESTATE CAR. ..............................................................................................................................................................................................NOW AT £2795 2001 51 VAUXHALL ASTRA 1.4 LS 5 DOOR.ONLY 39,000 MILES WITH FULL SERVICE HISTORY INCLUDES POWER STEERING,AIRBAGS,ELECTRIC WINDOWS,AIR CONDITIONING AND REMOTE CENTRAL LOCKING A VERY WELL CARED FOR CAR IN LOW ROAD TAX AND INSURANCE GROUPS ......................................................................................................................................NOW AT £2795 W RENAULT LAGUNA 1.6 ALIZE. THIS TOP OF THE RANGE CAR IS EXCEPTIONAL AND INCLUDES POWER STEERING,AIRBAGS,SUNROOF AND AIR CONDITIONING,ELECTRIC WINDOWS, ANTI LOCK BRAKES, ALLOY WHEELS, CD PLAYER, REMOTE IMMOBILISED CENTRAL LOCKING AND SO MUCH MORE.AN ABSOLUTE STUNNER ......................................................................................................NOW AT £1895 2001 51 PLATE DAEWOO TACUMA SE 1.6 MULTI PURPOSE VEHICLE.WITH ONE PREVIOUS KEEPER AND FULL SERVICE HISTORY IS THE ULTIMATE PEOPLE CARRIER.INCLUDES POWER STEERING,MULTI AIRBAGS,REMOTE ALARMED CENTRAL LOCKING,AIR CONDITIONING,ELECTRIC WINDOWS ALL REAR SEATS FOLD DOWN AND/ OR TAKE OUT COMPLETLEY INCREDIBLE VALUE NOW AT £2495 S NISSAN MICRA 1.0 GX.THIS HIGH CLASS LITTLE CAR IS LOW TAX AND INSURANCE GROUPS.IT INCLUDES POWER STEERING,AIRBAGS,SUNROOF,CENTRAL LOCKING,ELECTRIC WINDOWS AND A REALLY NICE CD PLAYER.ULTIMATE SMALL CAR LUXURY FULL OF EASTERN PROMISE ..........................................................................................................................................................NOW £1695 T FORD FIESTA 1.25 ZETEC 5 DOOR. HAS SERVICE HISTORY AND INCLUDES POWER STEERING,AIRBAGS,ALLOY WHEELS, CD PLAYER AND ALL COLOUR KEYED BUMPERS ETC AND IS LOW ROAD TAX AND INSURANCE. GREAT FOR FIRST TIME DRIVER ......NOW AT £1895 W FORD MONDEO 5 DOOR TURBO DIESEL.HAS A FULL FULL FULL SERVICE HISTORY AND INCLUDES POWER STEERING,AIRBAGS,AIR CONDITIONING,ELECTRIC WINDOWS CENTRAL LOCKING,ANTI LOCK BRAKES,CD PLAYER AND LOT MORE.A SUPERBLY LOOKED AFTER VEHICLE WITH SUPER ECONOMY YOU CANT AFFORD NOT TO BUY IT! ................................................................................NOW AT £1795 W FIAT SEICENTO 1.1 SPORTING .A REAL SPORTY STUNNER BUT WITH LOW ROAD TAX AND INSURANCE GROUPS.INCLUDES POWER STEERING,CENTRAL LOCKING,ELECTRIC WINDOWS,ALLOY WHEELS ,SPORTS STYLE SEATING AND INTERIOR WITH POP FRONT STEREO.A SMART CAR WANTING SMART OWNER..................................................................................................................NOW AT £1995 Y ROVER 25 1.4 IMPRESSION.THIS ONE FAMILY OWNED CAR HAS FULL SERVICE HISTORY AND IS IN LOW ROAD TAX AND INSURANCE GROUPS.INCLUDES POWER STEERING, AIRBAGS,ROVER ALLOY WHEELS , REMOTE CENTRAL LOCKING WITH IMMOBILISER AND IS A PLUSH CAR SEEKING PLUSH OWNER ......................................................................................................................................NOW AT £2295 2001 51 FORD FIESTA 1.25 ZETEC FREESTYLE SPECIAL EDITION.THIS ONE FAMILY OWNED CAR INCLUDES POWER STEERING,AIRBAGS,CENTRAL LOCKING,CD PLAYER,ELECTRIC WINDOWS,AIR CONDITIONING AND ALLOY WHEELS .BE SMART BE QUICK ITS LOW ROAD TAX AND INSURANCE AND LOOKS THE PART ....................................................................................NOW AT £2495 2003 03 DAEWOO MATIZ SE 5 DOOR. ONE KEEPER FROM NEW AND A FULL SERVICE HISTORY FOR ITS ONLY 15,000 MILES.INCLUDES POWER STEERING, DUAL AIRBAGS, STEREO SYSTEM AND COMES IN LOW ROAD TAX AND INSURANCE GROUPS SO ECONOMICAL ITS UNTRUE.THE CHEAPEST NEW SHAPE ONE ANYWHERE ON THE PLANET! ............................................................................NOW AT £2495 S FORD FOCUS 1.8 ZETEC 5 DOOR. THIS TOP OF THE RANGE CAR INCLUDES POWER STEERING,AIRBAGS, ELECTRIC WINDOWS, SUNROOF,CENTRAL LOCKING ,ALLOY WHEELS,CD PLAYER AND SUPERB INTERIOR TRIM AND SEATING. A REALLY MODERN STYLISH CAR AT A AFFORDABLE PRICE ..................................................................................................................................................NOW AT £2495 2003 03 PLATE FIAT PUNTO 1.2 ACTIVE 5 DOOR.A STUNNING CAR WITH FULL SERVICE HISTORY AND ONLY 30,000 MILES.IT INCLUDES POWER STEERING ,ELECTRIC WINDOWS,AIRBAGS AND REMOTE ALARMED CENTRAL LOCKING. A GREAT LOOKING ECONOMICALCAR IN LOW TAX AND INSURANCE GROUPS ..................................................................................................................................NOW AT £3495. VEHICLES UNDER £1500 T ROVER 214 SEI (BUBBLE SHAPE) THIS SPECIAL EDITION INCLUDES POWER STEERING,AIRBAGS,SUNROOF,ELECTRIC WINDOWS,CD PLAYER AND REMOTE ALARMED CENTRAL LOCKING WITH UNIQUE INTERIOR TRIM,.BUT BEST OF ALL LOW ROAD TAX AND INSURANCE GROUPS .IDEAL FIRST CAR ......................................................................................................................................................NOW AT £1395 PART EXCHANGES TO CLEAR L VOLVO 850 2.0 GLT AUTOMATIC ESTATE.NOW FORGET THE PLATE THIS CAR IS EXCEPTIONAL FOR ITS YEAR.HAS LOADS OF SERVICE HISTORY.HAS IF YOU WANT A CHEAP TOP OF THE RANGE ESTATE WITH MOT TILL APRIL 2009 THIS IS IT! INCLUDES POWER STEERING,ELECTRIC SUNROOF AND WINDOWS,HALF LEATHER INTERIOR ANTI LOCK BRAKES ANDLOTS MORE ................NOW AT £895 N VOLKSWAGEN GOLF DIESEL ESTATE CAR. INCLUDES POWER STEERING AND CD PLAYER COMES WITH ROAD TAX TILL JAN 2009. A WELL LOOKED AFTER CAR. IF YOU WANT A BARGAIN LOAD CARRIER THIS ONES IT ............................................................NOW AT £995 COMMERCIAL VEHICLES NO BATTERED RUBBISH 02 52 VAUXHALL ASTRA ENVOY 1.7 DTI DIESEL VAN. A ONE OWNER VEHICLE WITH ONLY 62,000 MILES.INCLUDES POWER STEERING,AIRBAGS AND VERY RARE AIR CONDITIONING AND PLY LINING A UNIQUE CHANCE BE QUICK! ..........NOW AT £3295 NO VAT 2002 51 LDV CONVOY 2.4 DIESEL 3.5 TONNE LONG WHEELBASE STEEL DROPSIDE. A ONE OWNER VEHICLE (EX COUNCIL) WITH ONLY 53,000 MILES AND HAS BEEN FULLY MAINTAINED BY THEM THROUGHOUT ..................REDUCED WAS £3495 NOW AT £2995 NO VAT. X VAUXHALL COMBO 1.4 GLS DUALFUEL PETROL/ SWITCHABLE LPG VAN. INCLUDES POWER STEERING,CENTRAL LOCKING,RADIO CASSETTE.SUPER ECONOMY A LOW MILEAGE FULLY MAINTAINTED VAN. WITH LPG LESS THAN HALF THE PRICE OF DIESEL UPSET GORDAN HAVE A HAPPY DAY WITH CHEAP ROAD TAX AS WELL ..............................................................................NOW AT £2495 NO VAT

Backford, Chester Temporary £20,736 - £23,749 (pay award pending) £18,430 - £20,736 (pay award pending)

The County Council is seeking applications for the posts of Engineering Assistant and Senior Technician in Project Services based at Backford Hall near Chester. Project Services has responsibility for the design, procurement and project management of the schemes in the Council’s capital programme primarily in the fields of highway maintenance, new highway schemes, local safety schemes, public transport infrastructure and new development work. We are seeking applicants with proven significant experience of Highways/Traffic Engineering Design/ Construction. You should have high standards of IT literacy and numeracy as well as a good working knowledge of AutoCAD, with good interpersonal skills. Appointments will be made based on levels of experience and skills. You will either work on larger projects under the supervision of a Principal Engineer or supervisor, or be given responsibility for smaller schemes to take through from feasibility to construction.

EXP CLEANING SUPERVISOR req’d in

The salary grading of these posts are currently under review.

Middlewich area. 5.30− 7.30pm Monday− Thursday. 5.00−7.00pm Friday. 10 hours per week. £6.75 P/HR. Contact Tel 01204 676939

For an informal discussion about the above posts, please contact Roger Stanway, Chief Projects Engineer, tel 01244 973647. For more information and to apply, visit www.cheshire.gov.uk/jobs or tel 01244 972503 quoting the relevant reference number.

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Proposed development at: 123 Nantwich Road, Middlewich, Cheshire Notice is hereby given that an application has been made to Congleton Borough Council by: Mr A Clarke for consent for: Demolition of existing house and garage, build 6 No detached houses, being development which in the opinion of the Local Planning Authority affects the setting of: Aqueduct over Nantwich Road, Middlewich. A copy of the application form and plan may be inspected at the offices of the undersigned during normal working hours. (Office Opening Hours: 9.00am to 5.00pm weekdays). Any objections or representations about the proposal should be made in writing stating the grounds on which it is made and sent to the Council at “Westfields”, Middlewich Road, Sandbach, Cheshire CW11 1HZ, or e-mail, planning@congleton.gov.uk by 12th September 2008. Please mark correspondence for the attention of Bev Wilders quoting reference 08/1043/OUT. Development Control Manager, Congleton Borough Council, “Westfields”, Middlewich Road, Sandbach, Cheshire CW11 1HZ. VALE ROYAL BOROUGH COUNCIL PUBLICITY FOR PLANNING AND OTHER APPLICATIONS These applications may be examined at Social and Community Services Directorate, Wyvern House, The Drumber, Winsford CW7 1AH, Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm (excluding public holidays). All representations should be made within 21 days of this publication to the above address or e-mail to planning@valeroyal.gov.uk. Notice is hereby given that applications have been made to the Borough Council in respect of sites/properties: (A) which are Listed Buildings, lie within or is adjacent to a conservation area, affect the setting of a listed building; or (B) which are departures from the Vale Royal Local Plan First Review; (C) which are required to be advertised in accordance with Article 8 of the General Development Order. (A) Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas Application No: 08-1922FUL, Location: 24 Cottage Close, Rudheath, Northwich, Cheshire CW9 7GW, Proposed Development: Erection of barbeque, gazebo, raised decking area, dog shed, and hardstanding patio - retrospective, Applicant: Mr M Stirling. Application No: 08-1914FUL, Location: Ridgewood, Chester Road, Hartford, Northwich, Cheshire CW8 1QU, Proposed Development: Single storey extension and conversion of garage, Applicant: Miss Nina Ponda. Application No: 08-1882FUL, Location: 5 Tower Lane, Weaverham, Northwich, Cheshire, CW8 3HJ, Proposed Development: First floor extension, Applicant: Alan Bracegirdle. Application No: 08-1872FUL, Location: Weaver Hall, Weaver Hall Lane, Darnhall, Winsford, Cheshire CW7 4EB, Proposed Development: Detached triple garage, Applicant: Mr James Admason. Application No: 08-1826FUL, Location: 24 Cottage Close, Rudheath, Northwich, Cheshire CW9 7GW, Proposed Development: Erection of a cat playden to rear (resubmission 048 page bill board7-2476-FUL), Applicant: Mr Michael Stirling. Application No: 08-1863ADV, Location: Lidl, Chester Way, Northwich, Cheshire CW9 5JF, Proposed Development: 48 page bill board, Applicant: Lidl UK GmbH (B) Departures Application No: 08-2032OUM, Location: 42-48 Station Road, Northwich, Cheshire CW9 5RB, Proposed Development: Demolition of existing building and erection of 18 apartments, Applicant: MTB Motors

Cars For Sale

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Closing date: 15th September 2008.

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GRESTY ROAD CREWE 01270 253863 OR 07831 093377

ARMS

Requires Full time Bar & waiting on staff & also part time kitchen porters and waiting staff. For more info tel Vicki 01270 522275.

Citroen

BECOME A DRIVING INSTRUCTOR • NO PREVIOUS EXPERIENCE REQUIRED • FLEXIBLE WORKING HOURS • FULLY MAINTAINED CAR • EARN UP TO £600 PER WEEK! • UNRIVALLED TRAINING LOCAL TO YOU

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Part Time

2.0 HDI SX, 88,000 miles. New cam belt at 81,000 miles. Tax Nov, MoT Dec. All bills/ MoTs available. Excellent condition and runner.

£1250 ono Tel: 01270 258513/ 07941956423 CITROEN PICASSO

XSARA

16V, X reg, MOT July 09, tax Dec 08, good condition £1800ono. 01270 750252 or 07743 502725

B.M.W BMW 320 DIESEL W reg, 96,000 miles, long MOT, silver, electric windows, electric mirror, good condition

£3,600

Audi

£7,195 ONO

CITROEN XANTIA

SX, 1.8 petrol, 65k, MOT June 09, tax Dec 08, CD, ac, abs, £2,150ono. 07984 160323

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1.8, V reg, 2000, silver, 82,000 miles, excellent condition, taxed, MOT March 09, recent service & cambelt change, black leather interior, 18 ins alloys, 6 CD auto changer

1999

XSARA PICASSO Y reg

IT NETWORKING TRAINING

AUDI TT225

NEXT TO CREWE ALEXS CAR PARK OPPOSITE END FROM THE STADIUM PHONE 9 AM TO 9PM 7 DAYS A WEEK OPENING HOURS.MONDAY TO THURSDAY 9AM -5.30PM.FRIDAY 9AM -5PM. SATURDAY 9AM -4PM. CLOSED ON SUNDAYS. OUT OF HOURS POSSIBLE BY APPOINTMENT.

Valuing Diversity. Widening Access.

Driving & Transport

Audi

FOR YOUR SAFETY AND PEACE OF MIND ALL VEHICLES HAVE A MECHANICAL SAFETY CHECK AND COME WITH WARRANTY! ALL VEHICLES ARE HPI DATA CHECKED HAVE 12 MONTHS MOT, SERVICE AND CAMBELT WHERE REQUIRED YOU WILL NOT FIND BETTER PRESENTED CARS

01244 383425 07773 139721.

AUDI A3 petrol, 2000, FASH 4 new tyres taxed and tested 98,000miles £2650 Tel. 07855 343866

Citroen CITROEN C3 2005, Good condition, AB, C/locking, 5 DR, FSH, MOT until April 09

01352 756641

£3850

07763 665617

Tel. 07825 718644

BMW 3 318i 2001, Low

Mileage, 12 months MoT, 4 months Tax, £4,750. Tel. 07702 479048

BMW 316i P Reg, silver,

immaculate, excellent runner, 5 months Mot, 2 months tax, £1,300 ono. 01928 732546/07989 208952. Frodsham.

BMW

COMPACT 316TI SE, 2002, black, Superb condition, service history, cruise control, climate control, parking sensors, central locking, 18" BMW upgrade alloys, 4 electric windows, 62,000 miles, Tax and MoT, £5,995. 07515 401199

YOUR SATISFACTION GUARANTEES OUR FUTURE! www.cadecars-northwich.co.uk CAR OF THE WEEK

03 RENAULT CLIO 1.2 AUTHENTIQUE very low insurance group, very economical, power steering, CD player, 4 airbags, electric windows, excellent value for money at only . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .£2,995

STAR BUY

Y RENAULT CLIO 1.2 GRANDE supplying dealer plus one lady owner, full service history, CD player, sunroof, power steering, twin airbags, electric windows, very low insurance group, very very very clean & tidy . . . .£2,495

SALOONS/HATCHBACK

55 KIA PICANTO 1.1 LX only 17,000 miles from new, one owner, low insurance, air conditioning, cd player, twin air bags, electric windows, electric mirrors .£3,895 05 CHEVROLET MATIZ SE+, 5 door, one from new, very low insurance group, very very economical, power steering, twin airbags, CD player, air conditioning, finished in silver, excellent value for money at . . . . . . . . .£3,295 05 CHEVROLET MATIZ SE+ only 12,000 miles from new, low insurance group, alloy wheels, power steering, electric windows, CD player, air con, twin air bags . . . .£4,295 54 SUZUKI IGNIS 1.5 SPORT in black with alloy wheels, electric windows, electric mirrors, air con, CD player, sports trim, superb condition, FSH .£4,795 04 VAUXHALL CORSA 1.2 SXi finished in black, one owner from new with only 27,000 miles, yes! 27,000, alloy wheels, front fog lights, cd player, superb throughout . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .£4,495 04 VW LUPO 1.0 LTR low mileage, full service history, very low insurance group, twin airbags, CD player, power steering, central locking, exceptionally good condition£4,295 04 FORD FIESTA 1.2 FINESSE 5 door, supplying dealer and one owner, full ford service history, finished in silver metallic, low insurance, very economical, cd player, twin air bags, heated front and rear screen, electric windows and mirrors . .£4,295 04 DAEWOO KALOS 1.2 XTRA 5 door, low mileage with full service history, alloy wheels, cd player, sunroof, power steering, twin air bags, superb value for money at only . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .£3,295 04 NISSAN MICRA 1.2S, only 20,000 miles, Yes! 20,000 miles, full service history, power steering, CD player, electric windows, twin airbags, very low insurance group, very very economical . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .£4,295 53 SEAT IBIZA 1.4S only 31,000 miles from new with full service history, one previous owner, alloy wheels, CD player, air con, twin airbags, electric mirrors, very low insurance group, superb all round condition . . . . . .£4,295 04 HYUNDAI GETZ 1.0 CDX 5 door, very low insurance, cheap road tax, very economical, power steeringm air conditioning, cd player, 4 air bags, electric windows, finished in blue metallic, outstanding value at . . . .£3,795 03 CITROEN C3 1.4 DESIRE in silver, very economical, cheap road tax, low insurance, 4 airbags, CD player, air con, electric windows, central locking£4,295 03 FIAT PUNTO 1.2 ACTIVE 3 door, one previous owner, service history, power steering, electric windows, very low insurance group, ideal first car £3,295 03 MITSUBISHI SPACE STAR 1.6 MIRAGE alloy wheels, air conditioning, twin air bags, cd player, silver, excellent value for money at . . . . . . . . . .£3,295 52 FIAT STILO 1.6 ACTIVE 5 door, one previous owner, low insurance, six air bags, air conditioning, electric windows, electric mirrors, power steering . . . . . . . . . .£3,495

CARS BOUGHT FOR CASH

01606 784854 Ford

Ford

02 RENAULT MEGANE COUPE 1.6 DYNAMIQUE one previous owner, low mileage with service history, leather interior, power steering, air conditioning, front fog lights, rear spoiler, electric windows and mirrors, electric sunroof, very very clean and tidy, a bargain at only . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .£3,495 02 FORD FOCUS 1.6 ZETEC 5 door, very low insurance group, alloy wheels, CD player, twin air bags, power steering, electric windows, remote central locking, service history . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .£3,895 02 DAEWOO LANAS 1.4 SE one previous owner, low milage, low insurance group, power steering, twin airbags, electric windows, excellent value at .£1,995 51 NISSAN ALMERA 1.5 ACTIV low milage with service history, CD player, air con, electric windows, power steering, excellent condition, only . . . . .£2,495 X SKODA FABIA 1.4 CLASSIC (VW ENGINEERING) very low insurance group, service history, power steering, drivers airbag, excellent condition, excellent value at . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .£2,295 Y VAUXHALL CORSA 1.4 ELEGANCE 3 door, one previous owner, full service history, alloy wheels, air con, twin air bags, electric windows, rear head rests, very low insurance group . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .£2,895 Y TOYOTA COROLLA 1.4S VVTi 5 door, metallic blue, with twin airbags, power steering, central locking, rear headrests . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .£2,795 V PEUGEOT 406 2.0 LTR SX air con, power steering, electric windows, 12 mths MOT, a bargain at . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .£1,495

4x4

02 MAZDA TRIBUTE 2.0 LTR GSi 5 door, alloy wheels, full leather interior, air conditioning, electric sunroof, electric windows and mirrors, CD player, superb condition, a bargain at . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .£3,595

DIESELS

52 VAUXHALL CORSA 1.7 GLS Di 5 door, very low insurance, cheap road tax, very very economical, PAS, drivers airbag . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .£3,795 02 SKODA FABIA SDi CLASSIC (DIESEL) full service history, very very economical twin air bags, electric windows, power steering, cd player, sunroof, very low insurance group . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .£3495

AUTOMATICS

X HONDA HR-V 1.6 AUTO alloy wheels, twin air bags, air conditioning, rear head rests, electric windows & mirrors, power steering . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .£4,295 03 VAUXHALL ASTRA 1.6 CLUB AUTO only 23,000 miles from new, YES! 23,000 miles, one previous owner from new, air con, power steering, electric windows, remote central locking, superb condition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .£3,895 52 DAIHATSU SIRION 1.0LiR EL AUTOMATIC ONLY 21,000 miles from new YES! 21,000, low insurance, power steering, electric windows and mirrors, twin airbags, this car must be seen and driven . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .£3,495 Y PEUGEOT 206 1.4 LX AUTO only 33,000 miles from new, with full service history, alloy wheels, power steering, electric window, electric mirrors, very ecconomical, very low insurance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .£3,295

ESTATE

52 PEUGEOT 307 SWS only 29,000 miles from new, yes! 29,000, service history, one previous owner, six airbags, alloy wheels, panoramic sunroof, roof rails, electric windows, looks stunning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .£4,495

WINNINGTON LANE WINNINGTON, NORTHWICH USUAL DEALER FACILITIES

Ford

FORD ESCORT

FORD ESCORT

5 door V Reg exc condition E/W s/roof C/L Red 12 mths mot

S Reg 80K 6 mths tax CD stacker system good runner good condition

£995 ono

£500 ono

01606 556379

07786 919509

Ford FORD FIESTA

V Reg 3 door 1.4 zetec alloys air cond 12 mths mot

£1,250ono 01606 556379 07790 343965

97 FORD MONDEO 6 mths mot c/L P/S exc drive good condition

£450 07513 118717


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Ford

HONDA CIVIC 1.8

LOOKERS RENAULT... DRIVING PRICES DOWN...

FORD FIESTA Finesse 1995, 5 dr, vgc, 11 months MOT, elec. front windows, C/Locking, S/Roof, ideal first car

57 PLATE

Mégane 5dr Dynamique 1.6

Under 1 year old

NEW £15,635

SAVE £7,840 NOW

Honda

£7,795

• Panoramic Sunroof • Air Conditioning • Electric Windows • Choice of Metallic Colours

50% off list price

£450. Tel. 07732 362316

Y REG FORD MONDEO 1.8 LX Black metallic, 60,450 miles, MOT til March 09, tax til October 08, full service history. Bodywork needs slight attention, hence

IVtec 2006, 5 Doors, Manual, Hatchback, 31k miles, Metallic grey, great condition, looking for a QUICK SALE,

£9,600 Tel. 07912 075427

HONDA CR−V Exec automatic. 15,000 miles. 05 reg. 1 owner

£11,000

£1,600

No reasonable offer refused

07875 412093

01270 664619

P REG MONDEO 1.6 16 valve zetec white mot until Jan 09 C/L P/S good runner exc. condition.

£400 07837 509959

FORD FOCUS 1.6 TDCI ZETEC

HONDA PRELUDE AST AUTO 1982, Very rare classic, genuine mileage. Good condition. MOT Dec. 08. Recent brake pads, water pump, tail box, slave cylinder.

£500 ono Tel. 01704 231083

2006, 55 plate, 31,000K, F/F/S/H, 60mpg, alloys, A/C, ABS, trip computer, CD player

57 Modus 5dr Dynamique s 1.2

07 Twingo GT 1.2

WAS £8,995

WAS £8,995

SAVE £1,500

SAVE £1,500

05 Scenic Expression 1.6 05 Land Rover dci Freelander 2.0 auto WAS £11,495

WAS £6,495

SAVE £1,500

SAVE £1,500

NOW £7,495 NOW £7,495 NOW £4,995 NOW £9,995 55 O8 O8 57 57 57 57 57 57 O5 O5 O5 O5 O5 O5 O5 57 57 57 O5

CLIO CLIO 3DR EXTREME, 1.5dci, Mercury Grey ............£5,995 CLIO 3DR CAMPUS, 1.2, Pearl Black ......................£5,995 CLIO 5DR CAMPUS, 1.2, Pearl Black ......................£5,995 NEW CLIO 3DR DYNAMIQUE, 1.4, Monaco Blue......£7,995 NEW CLIO 3DR DYNAMIQUE, 1.4, Tempest ............£7,995 NEW CLIO 3DR DYNAMIQUE, 1.4, Extreme Blue ....£7,995 NEW CLIO 3DR RIPCURL, 1.2, Mercury Grey ..........£7,995 NEW CLIO 3DR DYNAMIQUE, 1.4, Mercury Grey ....£8,495 NEW CLIO 3DR DYNAMIQUE, 1.5dci, Pearl Black....£8,495 MODUS MODUS DYNAMIQUE AUTO, 1.6 auto, Aqua Blue ....£4,995 KANGOO CAR KANGOO EXPRESSION, 1.6 auto, Blue ....................£5,995 MEGANE MEGANE 4DR EXPRESSION, 1.4, Eclipse................£4,995 MEGANE EST DYNAMIQUE, 1.6 auto, Pearl Black ..£5,995 MEGANE EST DYNAMIQUE, 1.6, Pearl Black ..........£5,995 MEGANE EST OASIS, 1.6, Eclipse ..........................£5,995 MEGANE EST DYNAMIQUE, 1.9dci, Mercury Grey ..£6,495 MEGANE 5DR EXPRESSION, 1.6, Pearl Black ........£6,995 MEGANE 5DR EXTREME, 1.6, Pearl Black ..............£6,995 MEGANE 5DR EXPRESSION, 1.5dci, Pearl Black ....£7,995 MEGANE CABRIOLET DYNAMIQUE, 1.6, Ottoman Blue....£8,995

O8 MEGANE 5DR GT, 2.0dci, Mineral Blue..................£12,495 07 MEGANE CABRIOLET DYNAMIQUE, 1.6, Mercury Grey..£11,995 57 MEGANE 5DR RS 175 LUX, 2.0dci, Mercury Grey ........£13,995 SCENIC 51 SCENIC EXPRESSION, 1.4, Red ..............................£2,995 O5 GRAND SCENIC AUTHENTIQUE, 1.6, Storm Blue ....£4,995 O5 SCENIC DYNAMIQUE, 1.6auto, Storm Blue..............£5,995 O5 SCENIC PRIVILEGE, 1.6auto, Pearl Black ................£5,995 O5 GRAND SCENIC DYNAMIQUE, 1.6, Ottoman Blue....£5,995 O5 GRAND SCENIC DYNAMIQUE, 1.6, Pearl Black ......£5,995 O5 GRAND SCENIC DYNAMIQUE, 1.6, Mercury Grey....£5,995 O5 SCENIC DYNAMIQUE, 1.5dci, Pearl Black................£6,495 O8 GRAND SCENIC DYNAMIQUE, 1.6, Mercury Grey..£11,995 O8 GRAND SCENIC DYNAMIQUE, 1.5dci, Pearl Black £12,995 LAGUNA O3 LAGUNA 5DR DYNAMIQUE, 1.9dci, Almond Green ..£4,995 55 LAGUNA 5DR DYNAMIQUE, 2.0auto, Mercury Grey £5,995 57 NEW LAGUNA EXPRESSION, 1.5dci, Pearl Black ..£10,995 ESPACE O5 ESPACE PRIVILEGE, 2.O, Midnight Blu....................£8,995 57 GRAND ESPACE DYNAMIQUE S, 2.0dci, black ......£17,995 VAN 55 KANGOO SL17, 1.5dci, Glacier White ............£4,795 + vat 56 KANGOO SL17, 1.5dci, Glacier White ............£4,995 + vat

56 TRAFIC LL29 115, 2.0dci, Silver....................£9,995 + vat O7 TRAFIC SL29, 2.0dci, Lightning Sil ................£9,995 + vat O7 MASTER LH35 120, 2.5dci, Glacier White....£11,495 + vat OTHER MAKES O4 FORD KA, 1.3, blue ................................................£3,295 51 VOLKSWAGON 3DR LUPO, 1.4 auto, Yellow ............£3,995 54 CITROEN XSARA PICASSO DESIRE, 1.6, Blue ........£4,995 O5 VAUXHALL ASTRA CLUB , 1.6, Blue ......................£5,995 O6 KIA CARENS LE , 2.0dci, Red..................................£6,495 O6 MONDEO EDGE TDCI, 2.0dci, Ice blue ....................£7,495 O6 VAUXHALL VECTRA DESIGN, 1.8, Grey ..................£7,995 O5 MAZDA MX5, 1.8, Radiant Ebony ............................£8,995 O5 HONDA CRV, 2.0, black ..........................................£9,995 54 AUDI TT COUPE, 1.8, RED ..........................................£11,995 O6 NISSAN NAVARA OUTLAW, 2.5dci, Black....£11,995 + vat

£7,300 ono Tel. 07748 882856

1.2 P reg. 11 months MOT. Sun roof. Economical, cheap tax and insurance. Ideal first car. Basic but reliable

FIESTA ENCORE 1.3 P Reg 1996 Red 5 d/r 12 mths mot low mileage good condition ideal lst car.

£800 07736 611351

ESCORT CABRIOLET

Ford FORD Fiesta

Solar, Ltd Edition, 1996, very good condition in & out, good history, unusual colour, extras, MOT’d

1997. Only 50,600 miles. 2 owners from new. Taxed and MOT. Part service history. All bills and MOT’s

£1,195 ONO

£750

01270 528566 07761 435515

01270 258513 07941 244576

01606 48146 07895 050535

Hyundai

£595 ono

HYUNDAI COUPE

07946 450203 FORD GALAXY Zetec TDI 1.9, 2004, 54 plate, 7 seats, metallic blue, FSH, E/W, A/C, C/L, PAS, parking sensors front & rear, 29.000 miles, alloys, CD player, manual, 1 lady owner, immaculate throughout, very reluctant sale. £8,900. 01829 262473

2.0 16V. F2 evolution. 1999 met blue. 40,000 miles with FSH. Taxed March 09, MOT Dec 08. Leather interior electric sunroof. Air con. Cruise control

MONDEO TDCi diesel,

01270 664591

04 reg, Zetec, 130bhp, metallic blue, climate, cruise, alloys, mot March 09, taxed, £3,495 ono. 07801 178524.

£2,500 ono

Jaguar/Daimler

FIESTA GHIA Auto, silver,

2003 JAGUAR X−TYPE V6S SALOON

FORD FIESTA XL 1300 N Reg, red, 72K, MoT Jan 09, full clutch just fitted, family car, very good condition, ideal 1st car, £595ono. 01244 549352 after 4

FORD LUTON

2.5SL, P reg, with tail lift. Good cond. MOT Nov. Serviced regularly. Genuine reason for sale. £1450.00 ono. 07950 792596. Mid cheshire.

MONDEO 1996, Blue, 69,000, 1.8, good condition, long Mot/Tax, £400 ovno. Tel. 07795 055749

Ford

silver, 2 litre auto, petrol, 35,000 mls. FSH, 1 owner, T & T March 09, excellent condition

£5,250

01352 759963 07949 566 634

FORD

www.lookers.co.uk/renault Ford

£2,500

FORD Fiesta

Chrysler/Jeep

Ford

1999 sILVER 4 wd pas e/w e/m abs c/l a/c r/c

V reg, 45k, FSH, taxed & MOT Dec 08, 1 lady owner, exc con, £900 ono. 01244 383092.

NORTHWICH Wincham Business Park 01606 44226

Ford

HONDA H.R.V.

CHRYSLER PT CRUISER LTD EDITION

Ford

FIESTA ENCORE 1.3

1999 MONDEO 2LTR

P REG MONDEO 1.6

P Reg 1996 Red 5 d/r 12 mths mot low mileage good condition ideal lst car

LX 12 mths mot E/W PAS C/L good condition drives superb

7 mths mot vgc CD player exc runner new tyres exhaust cambelt

£800ono

£795

£550

07736 611351

07772 393603

07772 393603

Silver, 2.4 manual, petrol, 06 plate, 12,000 miles only, 5 full months tax, excellent condition, grey leather interior, heated front seats, chrome wheels, colour coded bumper & roof spoiler, all usual extras, eg, ac, cc

£7,500 ONO 01270 618281 07835 880125

Kia KIA

PICANTO 1086cc, 2007, black, excellent condition, 6000 miles, 2 years factory warranty, taxed December 08, aircon, £3,990. 07802 225002.

Lexus LEXUS GS 300 1995, automatic, ABS, PAS, S/Roof, C/Locking, Cruise control, CD, T & T, 195K. Wing mirror required.

£895 ono Tel. 01606 557044


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It's the Big Event! this Bank Holiday at Birtwisle Peugeot

BY 58 NOW

AT MANUFACTURERS INVOICE PRICE CHOOSE ANY NEW PEUGEOT NOW FOR SEPTEMBER DELIVERY AND

YOU PAY WHAT WE PAY!

07 07 Plate 207 1.4 SE 5dr

Spec Includes: • Choice of Colours • Panoramic Roof • Alloy Wheels • Fog Lights • CD Player • Power Steering • Remote Central Locking

£6995

Hurry down to Birtwisle Peugeot for some amazing deals on our great selection of New and Used Peugeots or visit our website at www.birtwisle.co.uk.

THE DRIVE OFYOUR LIFE

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The Brookedge Centre, OldWarrington Road, Northwich, Cheshire, CW9 5LH.

Tel: 01606 338 338

THE OFFICIAL FUEL CONSUMPTION FIGURES IN MPG (L/100KM) AND CO2 EMISSIONS (G/KM) FOR THE 107 RANGE ARE: URBAN 51.3 (5.5), EXTRA URBAN 68.8 (4.1), COMBINED 61.4 (4.6), CO2 109 (G/KM), FOR THE 207 RANGE ARE: URBAN 28.2-49.6 (10.0-5.7), EXTRA URBAN 48.7-76.3 (5.8-3.7), COMBINED 39.2-64.2 (7.2-4.4) AND CO2 117-173 (G/KM) AND FOR THE 308 RANGE ARE: URBAN 24.8-49.5 (11.4-5.7), EXTRA URBAN 47.1-74.3 (6.0-3.8), COMBINED 35.8-62.8 (7.9-4.5) AND CO2 120-188 (G/KM). Images shown for illustrative purposes only. Information correct at going to press. Prices may vary at each dealer.


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Land/Range Rover Mini LAND ROVER Discovery

TDV6 Pursuit, diesel, new September 07, 23,000 miles, alloy wheels, black leather interior, metallic grey, 7−seater with tow bar, cd−player, electric windows, £25,000, Tel. 07958 194480 (Mold).

Mazda MAZDA 323

1996, Blue Atlantis, s/roof, alloys, MoT May, Taxed March 2009. £650. Tel. 01606 45658

Mercedes 2002 MERCEDES E240 AVANT GARDE 4dr auto saloon, 58,000mls, silver, MoT 2009, ABS, aircon, Alloys, excellent condition, £6,900. 01925 730325

MG

Nissan

MINI ONE 1600CC NOV 2005 Pepper pack, alloy wheels, half leather seats, silver, Manufacturers warranty until Nov 08. Service package until Nov 10 19,000 miles 1 owner from new

£7,500 ono 07731 792 138

MINI ONE 2002, automatic, yellow, MOT & taxed, 39,000 miles, lady owner, fabulous car, in excellent condition.

MG MGB 1978, Convertible, S/S exhaust, overdrive. New sills, rear wings. MOT 06/09. Tax 11/08. Excellent runner. Inc hard top.

£1,500 ono Tel. 07740 091597

Mini MINI COOPER 1.6

£5,800 ONO 01270 750070

1994, Full Elec, 5DR, ABS, S/roof, MoT, Tax, C/locking, 1st time starter, good condition, quick sale.

£500 ono Tel. 07858 041258 NISSAN MICRA 1 litre, 16

valve, 2000, 45,000 mls only, full service history, metallic crimson, power steering, radio cassette, immaculate, low cost tax/insurance, £1,695. Telephone 07825 725 759/01606 75158

MICRA

Mitsubishi

1995, Gun Metal Grey, 18" Alloys, 170bhp, Immaculate interior, 77K, stunning car, reduced to sell. Call after 6pm

£2000 Tel. 0151 639 2577 MITSUBISHI PAJERO 2.8 AUTO L Reg, tax October, MoT, May 09, red, full tow pack, excellent condition, £1,750ono. 01244 351014

RENAULT LAGUNA

Estate Privilege 2002, Great condition, FSH, 6 months MoT/Tax, Air Conditioning, Electric Windows and Sunroof, half leather, alloys, 6cd changer, ABS, 2 key cards.

£2,700 ono Tel. 0151 486 3137/ 07746 216066

Peugeot

Toyota TOYOTA RAV GX VVTi

ROVER 75 1.8

2003, Air bag, ABS, CD, Elec. S/Roof, petrol, Air Cond, Alarm, Alloy wheels

CONNOISSEUR Automatic. 02 Reg. Fern green. Full cream leather. 31,000 miles. 12mths MoT. 10mths Tax. EW. ES. Sony CD.

£2,950 01928 563822

PEUGEOT 206 LX 2000,

£1995 Tel. 07788 441282

PEUGEOT 406 1.8 RENAULT CLIO

AUTOMATIC 1999, V reg, 5 door hatchback, airbag. 1600cc. MOT, excellent condition, 60,000 miles, £2000.

Mobile: 07988 134715 or 0151 678 3596 RENAULT LAGUNA RT 1996, S/R, E/W, C/Lock, Tax, MoT, Cd, £350. Tel. 0151 284 3855

SCENIC

16V

1.4cc, V Reg, silver, taxed December, MoT July 09, c/l, e/w, FSH, excellent condition, £1,490ono. 01606 889871

TOYOTA

CELICA

VVTi

Green, 98,700 mileage, T−reg, taxed till January 09, MOT till June 09. Lovely car, lady owner, £1,500. Tel. after 6pm: 01352 755266 (Mold).

GTA 64,000 k miles Mot and Sats alloys good condition for age

1.4 Petrol, White, 5DR, EW, EM, Elec panoramic S/Roof, C/Locking, AB, alloys. 67951 miles. Tax/MOT due November. V/good condition.

Renault

£4,750 ono Tel. 07866 224317 2003, 11 months MoT, Taxed, 24,000 miles, AC, CD, AB, Elec mirrors/windows, vgc, £6,500. Tel. 0151 257 8142

ROVER METRO 1.4

NISSAN SERENA/VANETTE 1996, Wheelchair accessible, hydraulic lift, all clamps, Mot, £1,700 ono. Tel. 07734 105108

VW

VW

2000 VW POLO 14CL 5dr, forest green, central locking, alloys, cd, colour coded bumpers, front e/w, rcl, Taxed & Mot’d only 30,000 miles, VW service history

£2,750

Rapier 1999 V Reg blue 200,000 miles 8 years FSH

£750 ono

£450ono

TIGRA 1.6 16V

07923 808922

Silver, superb cond inside & out, only 58,000 miles, R reg (97), Mot 10mths, Tax 4mths, recent £500 service, e/w, e/sr, great car

ROVER METRO GTA 1.4 cc Tax and mot 64K N Reg good for year.

£450

LX Sun roof model, 1.4, 2000, 74k, full peugeot service history, lady owner, very nice genuine car, 11 months mot, £2,200 ono. Tel. 01244 548935.

Rover ROVER 416, 1997, 4 door

saloon, (bubble shape), Mot June 29, 2009, runs well, clean, tidy car, alloys, S/roof, stereo, £375. Middlewich. Tel. 07860 642742

Suzuki

1.7TDI, 2002, black, MOT June 09, 61k, lovely condition, genuine reason for sale

SUZUKI

VITARA 1999, 61,000, service history, alloy wheels, Metallic paint, Mot 10 months, Taxed Jan. outstanding £1750. Haslington. 07814 468954 or Tel. 01270 215130

Toyota TOYOTA

£1,595 ono

01270 662 693 07710 709 108

VAUXHALL CORSA SXI

07729 489814.

01606 883707 PEUGEOT 206

Vauxhall

AVENSIS

SE

1800cc, reg 2000, blue, 8 months MOT, 54k, serviced regularly, £2,000 ono. 01270 624940.

£3,500 ONO 07968 132007 VAUXHALL TIGRA 1.4, M

reg, tax/MOT March’09, exc. cond. Full electrics, sunroof etc. Extremely reliable, forced sale. £1000 ono. 07981 620436. Crewe.

VECTRA diesel, 1.9 cdti,

sri 150, sat nav, aircon, alloys, Blue, 06, 38k, warranty, taxed June 09, ex con. £7,150. 08701 135736

VW SHARAN V6 7 seater R Reg 12 mths mot SH fair cond. for age drives superb

£1,195 01606 42512 VW GOLF 5 door, 1.6SR,

01270 585 486

petrol, S reg, low mileage, MOT May 09, ew, esr, em, cd, good con, £2,450 ono. 07721 591775.

07508 038 719

VW POLO 1.4. Green, P−

TOYOTA RAV 4

P Reg, black, electric windows, sunroof, alloys, radio, 12 mths MOT, some service history, lots of bills, good condition, £525. 01829 751131.

RENAULT

Rover

1.3

MINI COOPER 2001, metallic green, white roof and bonet stripes, panoramic sun roof, 16" alloy wheels, spot lights, full leather interior, under 30k miles, £6,249. Tel. 07973 281071

MITSUBISHI FTO 2003 auto, 23,000 miles, Black, Silver Viper stripes, 18” alloys, run flat tyres, double sunroof, Harman Kardon stereo system, FSH, many more extras, £8250. Frodsham. Tel. 01928 732377

Renault

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VW PASSAT S 2.0 2003 2 owners, regularly serviced/valeted, blue, 4 dr saloon, petrol with all extras inc climate control, radio/ CD, 83,700 miles

£4,250 01244 660484

VW GOLF 1.9 TDI

reg, 48k, in excellent condition. Full 12 months MOT. £895 ono. Tel. 01270 668 088 (Nantwich).

Volvo VOLVO S40 1.6R DESIGN SPORT 2 years old, charcoal, 4 door petrol saloon, black leather interior, alloy wheels, 6 stack CD system, electric windows, cruise control, aircon, 19,000 miles, very good condition

£12,000 07958 194480

2004, 98k, FVWSH, 1 previous owner, abs, ac, alloys, cl, abs, immobiliser, radio/ cd, MOT & taxed 2009

£5,350

07711 746941 01270 581383

VW GOLF CONVERTIBLE M3 1800cc 1996 Red black roof P/S E/S/R no rips 70K vgc Mot

£1,950ono 01606 330213

VOLVO 850 Estate Auto 1995, Excellent. Full MOT, Power windows, mirrors, PAS, ABS, heated seats. Tow bar. Roof rails. Alloys, air con £995 Tel. 0151 421 1386


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call?” “Who you gonna

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BRAND NEW ‘58’ PLATE

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remote locking, PAS, CD player, ABS, EBA electric front windows & mirrors multi airbags, immobiliser

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air conditioning, ABS with EBD, tinted glass CD, electric windows & mirrors steering mounted audio controls

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CORSA DESIGN 1.3 CDTi 16V 3/5 DR CD player, remote locking, airbags air conditioning, electric windows alloys, front fog lights, PAS

£ 8795

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5400

£ INCLUDES ECOFLEX £1000 MINIMUM TRADE-IN

£

ON LIST PRICE

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INCLUDES ECOFLEX £1000 MINIMUM TRADE-IN

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CORSA SXi/DESIGN 1.2/ 1.4 16V 3/5 DR

£ 8495

ABS, EBA, 16”alloys front fog lights, CD/MP3 chrome exhaust remote locking electric front windows electric mirrors

LIST PRICE

£17,715 PRICE FROM

£ 13,995

SPORTS SEATS

2400 ON LIST PRICE

ASTRA TWINTOP 16V CONVERTIBLE

retractable hardtop, ultra sonic alarm , CD/MP3, ABS airbags, electric windows & mirrors

3700

3700

£ INCLUDES ECOFLEX £1000 MINIMUM TRADE-IN

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£ 9995

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VECTRA EXCLUSIV 1.8 VVT/ 1.9 CDTi 16V 5 DOOR remote alarm, PAS, ABS electric windows electric heated door mirrors remote locking

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5900

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CORSA LIFE CDTi 3/5 DR - URBAN 51.3 (5.5) EXTRA URBAN 78.4 (3.6), COMBINED 65.6 (4.3). CO2 - 115g/km, fuel consumption in - mpg (ltr/100 km) CORSA RANGE- URBAN 49.6-26.9 (5.7-10.5) EXTRA URBAN 74.3-44.1 (3.8-6.4), COMBINED 62.8-35.8 (4.5-7.9). CO2 - 119-189g/km, fuel consumption in - mpg (ltr/100 km)

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BT CALLS 5p PER MINUTE, OTHER PROVIDERS MAY VARY

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CARS OF THE

WEEK

STAR BUYS

57 08 54 55 07 05 05 08 54 54 54 03 52 06 04 53 56

55 KIA SORENTO XS AUTO DIESEL in metallic silver, 1 private owner, service history, only 29,000 mls, leather, air con, sunroof, electric pack, alloys, tow pack, CD stereo system balance, 5 year warranty, great tow vehicle, simply excellent . . . . . . . . . . . £11,995

54 JAGUAR S-TYPE TWIN TURBO DIESEL AUTO metallic silver, with Raven leather, 48,000 miles, full service history, ABS, PAS, remote locking, climate control, alloys, on board computer, Parktronic, stunning example and viewing essential . ....................................£12,995

08 PEUGEOT 207 1.4 “S” 5 door, in

06 PEUGEOT 107 URBAN 5 dr in bright red, 1 private owner, 9,000 miles, full service history, power steering, remote locking, electric windows, CD stereo system, low tax and insurance, £35 year road tax . . . . £5,695

metallic black, only 4,000 mls!! PAS,

remote

locking,

air

conditioning, CD stereo system, on board computer, fantastic value at only...................£7,995

BMW 530 ‘M’ SPORT DIESEL AUTO 4 door in metallic black, 9,000 miles, 1 owner, abs, pas, commis pack, electric pack, air con, 18in alloys, etc etc, cost £44,000 new our price ......................................................................................................................£31,995 SUBARU IMPREZA STi 5 dr (UK vehicle) 2,900 miles, brilliant white, PAS, remote locking, 6 disc CD stereo, electric pack, bluetooth, air con, fog light kit, upgraded Subaru alloys, usual STi spec, truly outstanding, looks fantastic in this colour, balance of UK warranty taxed March 09 ........................................................................................................................................................................£23,995 BMW 535 SE TURBO DIESEL AUTO in sterling metallic, black leather, ABS, PAS, remote locking, electric pack, air con, alloys, CD stereo system, onboard computer, fantastic performance, outstanding example throughout, alloys ......................£18,995 MERCEDES BENZ C220 DIESEL AVANT GUARDE (SPORT PACK) AUTO 38,000 miles, FSH, ABS, PAS, leather, remote locking, electric pack on board computer, CD stereo, 17” alloys, multi function wheel, outstanding MPG, great diesel performance ..............£13,995 FORD FOCUS ST 2 3 door in sports red, 1 private owner, only 7,000 miles! ABS, PAS, ASC, CD stereo system, alloys, air con, remote locking, on board computer, heated front screen, electric pack, stunning performance, outstanding example in every way ..£12,995 VOLVO V50 2.4 SE ESTATE AUTO 1 private owner, 12,000 miles, full service history, ABS, PAS, DSC, remote locking, alloys, CD stereo system, air conditioning, electric pack, leather, onboard computer, must be seen ..................................................................£12,995 BMW 320 ES TURBO DIESEL in metallic blue, 33,000 mls, full service history, ABS, PAS, DSC, 6 disc CD stereo system, air con, rear spoiler, mtec refinements, great diesel MPG, previously sold by us, great example ................................................................£11,995 PEUGEOT 308 “S” DIESEL!! 5 door in black, only 3,000 mls!! ABS, PAS, remote locking, CD stereo, air conditioning, electrics, only £35 year tax YES!! £35 year tax, great saving on new price ....................................................................................................£10,995 VOLVO S60 2.5 T SE AUTOMATIC (FACELIFT MODEL) in champagne metallic with rather leather, winter pack, only 32,000 miles with full Volvo service history, ABS, PAS, remote locking, park tronic, electric pack, onboard computer, simply fantastic ..............£9,995 JAGUAR X TYPE 2.0 SE in ice blue metallic in cream leather, 28,000 miles!! 1 private owner, full service history, ABS, PAS, remote locking, electric pack air con, 17 inc alloys, just lovely ..............................................................................................................£9,995 LEXUS iS 200 SPORT 6 speed manual in silver metallic, 2 private owners, 46,000 miles, lexus service history, full cream leather, cd stereo, electric pack, alloys, body kit, heated seats, air conditioning, rear sepoiler, factory sunroof, great example!! ..............£9,995 BMW 318 COUPE in black with rathen leather, abs, pas, remote locking, alloys, air conditioning, cd stereo system, electric windows and mirrors, multi function wheel, only 46,000 miles with service history, stunning ................................................................£8,995 MERCEDES BENZ C200 EVO SPORT COUPE in metallic blue, 2 owers, 49,000 miles with full Merc service history, ABS, PAS, electric pack, Evo pack, panoramic roof, multifunction wheel, air conditioning, CD stereo system, great looker ..................................................£8,995 MITSUBISHI OUTLANDER SPORT SE AUTO 5 door, metallic silver, 1 owner, 15,000 mls, service history, lether, air con, CD stereo system, alarm, alloys, electric pack, twin sunroof, lovely example ............................................................................................£8,995 JAGUAR X TYPE 2.5 SE 4dr in zircon blue metallic, 1 private owner, full jaguar service history, 63,000 miles!! cream leather, 17 inc alloys, air con, electric pack, multi function wheels, lovely example of this popular saloon ......................................................£7,995 JAGUAR X TYPE 2.5 SPORT ice blue met, 62,000 mls, service history, leather, air con, cd stereo, alloys, spoiler, electric pack, stunning, 17 inc alloys, great value at only ................................................................................................................................£7,995 FORD FOCUS 1.6 ZETEC CLIMATE 5 door in metallic blue, 1 private owner, 22,000 miles, full service history, PAS, remote locking, air con, CD stereo, electric windows and mirrors, alloys, rear spoiler, great value ....................................................................£7,495

X 56 56 53 53 56 04 06 07 55 54 06 57 56 05 02

MERCEDES BENZ E200 ESTATE AUTOMATIC in brilliant silver, 2 private owners, only 36,000 miles, full service history, ABS, PAS, remote locking, CD stereo system, lovely example....................................................................................................................£6,995 VAUXHALL ASTRA 1.8 LIFE AUTOMATIC 5 door, in steerling grey metallic, only 16,000 miles!! service history, air conditioning, ABS, PAS, remote locking, CD stereo system, great auto!! ................................................................................................................£6,995 RENAULT LAGUNA 2.0 EXPRESSION ESTATE in metallic blue, 18,000 miles only!! PAS, remote locking, elec windows & mirrors, air con, on board computer, CD stereo system, facelift model, fantastic value only yes only..........................................................£6,995 SAAB 93 VECTOR SPORT 2.0 T 4 door automatic 50,000 miles, service history, 1/2 leather sports seats, abs, pas, remote locking, alloys, air conditioning, on board computer, outstanding example, must be seen ....................................................................£6,995 BMW 316 Ti Compact in metallic blue, only 50,000 miles, service history, abs, pas, remote locking, upgraded bmw, 17” alloys, air conditioning, cd stereo system, value at ....................................................................................................................................£6,995 PEUGEOT 107 URBAN 3dr in brilliant yellow, 1 private owner, 4,000 miles!! power steering, electric windows, remote locking, CD stereo system, low insurance, only £35 year road tax................................................................................................................£5,995 MERCEDES BENZ A140 CLASSIC SE in metallic silver, only 36,000 mls with full merc service history, PAS, remote locking, CD, stereo, electrics, air conditioning, great value ........................................................................................................................................£5,995 CITROEN C3 DESIRE 5 door, in brilliant silver only 12,000 mls, pas, remote locking, air cond, cd stereo, elec windows, on board computer ....................................................................................................................................................................................£5,895 FIAT PUNTO 1.2 ACTIVE 3 door, metallic blue, 2 owners, 7,000 miles, remote locking, CD stereo system, electric windows, low tax and insurance group, outstanding example of this popular hatch ..............................................................................................£5,695 CITROEN C3 DESIRE 5 dr in light metallic blue, 2 owners, 20,000 miles, PAS, remote locking, electric windows, face lift model, CD stereo system, colour coded, low tax and insurance group, great value at only ........................................................................£5,495 MAZDA PREMACY SPORT MPV in gleaming black, 22,000 miles!! service history, ABS, PAS, remote locking, alloys, air conditioning, electrics, alloys, sporty looks, great example throughout ..........................................................................................................£5,495 PEUGEOT 107 URBAN 3 door metallic blue, 25,000 miles!!! full service history, pas, remote locking, cd stereo, electric windows, sport strips, only £35 year road tax!! ........................................................................................................................................£5,495 FORD KA STUD “PINK” in panther black with pink arch kit and graphics, only 5,000 miles, one owner, rds stereo, low tax group, stunning looks, total one off ......................................................................................................................................................£4,795 FORD KA COLLECTION 1 private owner, only 3,000 miles!! pas, remote locking, air conditioning, cd stereo system, electric windows, colour coded bumpers, lovely example ......................................................................................................................................£4,795 VAUXHALL CORSA 1.2 LIFE 5 door in mint green metallic, 33,000 miles, service history, power steering, remote locking, CD stereo system, low tax and insurance group, great example ................................................................................................................£4,695 TOYOTA AVENSIS GS 5 door automatic!! in metallic blue, only 36,000 mls!! service history, pas, remote locking, air conditioning, electric’s, great automatic value..................................................................................................................................................£3,995

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JEEP CHEROKEE

Limited CRD 2.5cc in silver, 34,000 miles, electric leather heated seats, very good condition.

Repairs & Services

www.bensonscars.co.uk

OLD WARRINGTON RD, NORTHWICH

£6,450

01606 47519

07778 331537 or 01606 854616 (Northwich)

Next to Birtwistle Peugeot

CARS BOUGHT

RENAULT MEGANE 1.6 DYNAMIQUE 5 dr, met red, low miles, alloys, a/con, history, CD ..................£4,695 FIAT PANDA 1.1 ACTIVE 5dr, met silver, only 8k! low tax & ins, PAS, how cheap ..............................£3,995 VAUXHALL CORSA 1.2 BREEZE 3dr in black, alloys, PS, CL ..............................................................£3,995 VAUXHALL CORSA 1.2 EVERGY 3dr, red, low miles, PS, CL, low insurance ......................................£3,995 VAUXHALL ASTRA 1.4 LS 5 dr metallic blue, alloys, PAS, CL, EW......................................................£3,495 MAZDA 2 1.2 5dr in red, 1 owner, PAS, C/L, history............................................................................£3,495 FIAT PUNTO 1.2 ACTIVE 5dr, met blue, 1 owner, FSH, PAS ................................................................£2,995 FORD KA 1.3 STYLE 3 dr, met blue, low miles, alloys, PAS ................................................................£2,795 51 FIAT PUNTO 1.2 3dr, light bl ue, low miles, history, PAS, low insurance ......................................£2,495 VAUXHALL CORSA 1.2 SXI 3dr, Arden blue, alloys, PAS, C/L..............................................................£2,295 RENAULT CLIO 1.4 S 3dr, met silver, PAS, RCL, sunroof ....................................................................£1,995 CITROËN XSARA 1.4LX 5dr, low miles, met red, PAS, C/L, E/W..........................................................£1,995 PEUGEOT 306 1.6 MERIDAN 5 dr, met red, only 28k, PAS, rcl, alloys ..................................................£1,995 FORD MONDEO 2.0 LX 5dr, met black, PAS, c/l, e/w, air con, CD , only ..............................................£1,795 VAUXHALL CORSA 1.6 SPORT 3dr, alloys, Pas, C/L, a/con, history ....................................................£1,895 FORD KA 1.3 COLLECTION 3dr, pacific green, PAS, C/L, EW ................................................................£1,795 FIAT PUNTO 1.2 60 SX 3dr, met silver, 1 owner, PAS, C/K, ideal first car ..............................................£1,795

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FORD ESCORT 1.6 FLIGHT 5 dr, met black, history, PAS, c/l, e/w, only ................................................£1,495 RENAULT MEGANE 1.6 SR sport Alize PAS, c/l, e/w, alloys ..................................................................£1,595 PEUGEOT 406 2.0 EXECUTIVE met silver, black leather, a/con, alloys, CD, PAS, RCL ..........................£1,595

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BMW 318 Ti COMPACT 3dr, in green, history, alloys, air con, PAS......................................................£1,995 FIESTA 1.25 GHIA 5dr, met red, 1 owner, low miles, PAS, CL, EW......................................................£1,995

WILLERBY WESTMORLAND 2004

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PEUGEOT 607 22 HDi SE AUTO 4 dr, met blue, full service history, leather, all the extras, only..........£3,995 RENAULT CLIO 1.5 DCI EXPRESSION 5 dr, met blue, PAS, c/l, e/w, a/con, sunroof............................£3,195 ROVER 25 2.0TD 5dr, low miles, PAS, CD, sunroof, CL, EW ..............................................................£2,995

All 2008 fees included,

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MGF 1.8 3dr, met burgundy, black roof, history, alloys, PAS, clean car ............................................ £3,295

01492 516652 or 07703 127167

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MERCEDES ML 270 CDI INSPIRATION AUTO met black, alloys, leather, air con - service history .......................................................................................................................................................... £10,995 RANGE ROVER 25 DSE 5dr, met red, cream leather, alloys, CD, PAS, very clean .............................. £3,995 RAV 4 1.8 NX VVTi 3dr, met blue, history, pas, c/l, e/w, only ............................................................ £3,995 FORD FOCUS 1.8 GHIA ESTATE pacific green, only 36k, history, PAS, alloys, air con, CD..................£2,995 RENAULT SCENIC 1.6 met silver, alloys, air con, cd, ew, PAS ............................................................ £2,995 HONDA HRV 1.6 3dr, burnt orange, history, alloys, PAS, CL .............................................................. £2,795 VAUXHALL ASTRA 1.6 ESTATE met silver, low miles, alloys, a/con, CD, PAS ....................................£2,495 CITROËN PICASSO 1.8 SX 5dr, in blue, history, PAS, a/con, CD ..............................................ONLY £2,195! FORD EXPLORER 4.0 V6 5 dr, auto, pas, c/l, ew, a/con, alloys............................................................£1,995 LANDROVER 1.8 EXi FREELANDER 5dr, history, alloys, PAS, RCL, EW, only ....................................£1,995

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BMW 318 ci COUPE 3dr, met silver, history, alloys, air con, PAS ...................................................... £5,795 JAGUAR 3.0 V6 S-TYPE turquoise met, leather, history, all the extras, only........................................£2,995 MG 25 1.8+ 4dr, met green, history, low miles, a/con, alloys, spoiler ................................................ £2,995 VAUXHALL ASTRA 1.8 SRi 16V 5dr, red, PAS, spoiler, alloys ............................................................ £2,995 PORSCHE 944 2.5 LUX diamond whirte, real head turner .................................................................. £2,695 FIAT PUNTO 1.8 HGT ARBATH 3dr, met black, history, PAS, CD, EW ................................................ £2,495 VECTRA 1.8 SRI (130) 5dr, met green, history, alloys, pas, c/l, spoiler ..............................................£1,995

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PEUGEOT 206 2.0 HDi 3 dr, travelled more than Judith Chalmers and smokes more than Bob Marley ........ ..............................................................................................................................................................£1,295 FORD KA swimming pool blue, complete with the plasters and verrucas, a good little jam jar ..........£1,095 VECTRA 2.5 V6 5 door, bog brush blue, so fast it has skid marks on the seat ......................................£695 FORD ESCORT 1.6 LX Twinkle, twinkle little star, my Dad drives a rusty car, start the engine, pull the choke, off we go in a cloud of smoke..................................................................................................................£495 CORSA 1.2 MERIT red, had more hits than the Beatles, but has a good MoT ........................................£395

Up To 8 years old Top Prices Paid

FREE COLLECTION

0800 197 4216 www.sellcarforcash.net

Volvo VOLVO S80 SE LUX

2.4 diesel auto 6 mths old 3,000k Silver cream leather as new car 1 owner going abroad was £30,500 new

£19,950

01606 872632 07948 309699 VOLVO 940, 1993, Taxed & MOT, −excellent runner, worth a look at £550. Tel. 07949 046746 VOLVO S40 SALOON X reg, MOT June 09, ac, cc, esr, ew, tow brac, new tyres, £1,450 ono, 01244 317847.

Collectors Cars

1976 Mot, tax, FSH, blue, with biege trim, low mileage, excellent condition, retirement forces sale.

£2950 ono 07811 448496

Cherished Plates LPO8OOL, CRO5BBY TWO PRIVATE NUMBER PLATES FOR SALE. One celebrating the City’s Capital of Culture, the other ideal for Crosby based business or Family name. PRICE PER PLATE.

£1000.

07511 078327

Commercial Vehicles FORD TRANSIT 80 X reg,

5 door, 2.5 diesel, 143k, ps, good condition, drives perfect, no faults, MOT April 09, only £1,095. 01829 720243/ 07811 407105.

Motorcycles MOTORCYLES WANTED Modern & Classic

GOOD PRICE PAID Will collect

01270 664391 07860 654300 50CC KINROAD GEARED MOPED XT5OGY, 18 months old, blue/white, good condition, ideal for 16 year old, taxed Dec08, £375 ono. 01606 836427/07590 510100.

GP200

Fully restored, green and white, fly screen, front bars, backrest. currently sorn, £1,300. 07879 616718

Trailers 10 X 5 FOOT FLAT−BED TRAILER Double wheels, £250 ono. Tel. 752 902 (Kelsall).

Caravans/M’homes/Tents

BATESON CATTLE Trailer

10ftx6ftx6ft, very good cond. £1350 ono. 01928 789027/07932 662197. mid cheshire.

ERDE TRAILER

1100 X 900 metal, 101 model, very good condition, £75. Nantwich 07711 119712

INDESPENSION

Twin wheel 31/2 ton plant trailer, 21/2 years old, spare wheel, excellent condition, £650 ono. 07960 414276.

TRAILER

6FTX4FTX21"

Tailgate lights, Jockey wheel, spare wheel, cover, good cond. £180. Caravan electric extention reel. £20. 07906 337183. Crewe.

Accessories

MGB.GT Coupe

LAMBRETTA 1979 Indian.

Trailers

01829

ALLOY TYRES

WHEELS/

Brand new Raptor 17" tyre, spec. 205/40/17 84W. £320 ono. 07815 154861

BMW FLAT−SPOKE alloy

wheels and tyres. £195 ono. Tel. 07875 114 899 (Crewe).

Spares

WANTED

Caravans/M’homes/Tents

PARK HOME LOG CABIN TYPE 3yrs old, off site size 40ft x 20ft 2 bedrooms 1 ensuite sitting room, dining area, fitted kitchen, bathroom with shower over bath. Removal can be arranged Viewing recommended

£45,000 01928 711 652 07768 525 169

CARAVAN AWNINGS

ISABELLA AMBASSADOR CROWN full awning. 950cm, steel frame excellent condition £450 DOREMA PANORAMA luxury sun canopy, detachable side panels. Used twice. 925−950cm steel. Safe lock system £200. SCENIC porch awning, green/grey excellent condition £50

6 berth caravan, excellent condition, 5-star park Llandulas, North Wales.

£17,999 ono

35/12, 3 bedrooms, sited on Mid Wales coast, only 2 hours from Chester, price includes 2009 site fees

£12,995 01970 828956

Cars and Vans bought for cash.

01270 251 567

07754 144784

Any age or condition. Anything considered.

STATIC CARAVAN

STATIC CARAVAN

01270 623300 any time

Boats & Craft 20’

CANAL cruiser, 4 berth, fibreglass, in good order £1500 ono. Crewe. Tel. 07960 179379

WINDSURFER

mistrol escape sails booms masts wet suit harness O.A.P. retiring offers 01606 48146.

Caravans/M’homes/Tents COACHMAN AMARA 530/4 2004, 4 berth, remote control mover, fixed end bed, swivel cassette toilet, shower, vanity unit, full cooker, 3 way fridge, gas fire, warm air blown heating, radio/CD player, TV unit, plenty of storage, alloy wheels, spare wheel and carrier, external BBQ point and socket, status TV aerial, full cover, hitchlock, wheel clamp, step, excellent condition.

COSALT CAPRI DELUXE 6 berth, 35ft x 12ft new June 2001 1 dble bedroom ensuite, 1 twin bedroom, 1 pull out dble bed in lounge, shower, toilet, washbasin, DG, GCH Immaculate, little used, private use only. Buyer to remove from site near Criccieth

£11,995 ono 01948 860 277

£14,750 07740 696 740 07747 785 583

12 ft ABI holiday home on a 5 star park in North Wales with gym, pool and children’s activities. £13,995. 07889 252753

CONVERTIBLE

MPV’S ESTATES 4X4

SPORTS & PRESTIGE

5 HIT ROW

0 1 C6A R S0B O6U G H T 4F O R7C A5S H 1 9 Mon - Fri 9am - 6 pm Sat 9am - 5pm Sun 11am - 5pm (Behind Harveys Tyres)

Caravans/M’homes/Tents BAILEY

PAGEANT

MONARCH 2004, 2 berth, no pets/ smokers, regularly serviced, remote mover, hitchlock, 2 gas bottles, etc, vgc, £7,400. 01978 760178.

WILLERBY BERMUDA 2005 LUXURY CARAVAN For sale at 4* Presthaven Sands, Nr Prestatyn, North Wales 2008 Fees and Free Verandah included. Ring for more details

LUNAR

CLUBMAN

530/4, 2005, end bathroom, dining area, motor mover, alco hitch, Tyrone banded tyres, full isabella awning, £9,950. Tel. 01352 780179.

£27,000 07795 278395 or 01745 853343

01978 855734 or 07786 158791

Classified

DIESELS

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£7,500

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2006 WILLERBY RICHMOND 8 berth, 35ft x 12ft 3 bed, large shower, heating, decking area, mains gas. Sited on Haven in Pwllheli, site fees paid for 2008. Many facilities on site inc large pool with water slides

SALOONS / HATCHBACKS

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2001

SWIFT

5

BERTH

Full cooker, fridge, hot and cold water, blown air heating, washable lose seat covers, cassette toilet, vgc, £6,250 ono. Tel. 01829 752653/07799 825028.

STATIC CARAVAN

Willerby holiday home with veranda on an award winning park in North Wales with pool, country club and much more.

£13,995

07889 252753

BARGAIN

2008 Static 6 berth caravan on 5 star park, country club and health suite. 2008 fees paid

£16,995

07703 127167 or 01492 516652

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BERTH

CARAVAN

1992, 18ft long, excellent condition, all modern accessories, bargain at £1,995 no offers. 07792 428833 (Farndon, Cheshire).

BAILEY RANGER 1996, 4

berth, porch awning, winter cover, excellent condition, many extras, ready for use, £2,495. 01606 75797.

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Caravans/M’homes/Tents

Caravans/M’homes/Tents

Caravans/M’homes/Tents

COACHMAN AMARA 530/

VW COMPASS CALYPSO

WHEEL LOCK by strong-

4, fixed bed, 2003 model, awning and all necessities incl. exc. cond. many extras, £6250. Frodsham. Tel. 01928 734685 or 07767 335923

ECCLES

14’, 4 berth, complete outfit, awning and access. ready to go, £500 ono. Crewe. Tel. 01270 216664

NEW

UNUSED caravan cover up to 17 foot less than half price £35 01606 47333.

STATIC CARAVAN

Willerby Salisbury 2008, on lovely 5* The Beach Park, Llanddulas, near Abergele, overlooking the sea. £24,000. 01942 605405 or 07974 143 223

CARAVAN in Snowdonia, North Wales. Willerby Caernarfon 2000 − 2 B/ R 6 berth, exc. cond, picturesque site which is open 10 mths a year, heated indoor swimming pool, small pub on site, £9,500 ono Tel 07796 541533.

1995(M), £12,000, 2 berth, new tyres, cambelt, silver screen, TV aerial, hobs(3), grill/ oven, 3−way fridge, gas/ electric heating, shower/toilet, clean cond., sale due to illness. Tel. 01928 731097 Cheshire.

hold as new 2 keys £20 01606 47333.

WILLERBY WESTMORLAND 2004 6 berth caravan, excellent condition, 5−star park Llandulas, North Wales, all 2008 fees included. £17,999 ono. Tel. 01492 516652/07703 127167.

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STERLING EUROPA 520,

2002, 4 berth caravan, end bathroom, extras, £6000. SY4. 07740 777173

www.buysell.co.uk or Call 0870 234 0031


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omebody at Hyundai is F} Edward Stephens working hard to cash in on the rush to buy a car with a new registration drivers looking for a larger car. It’s plate.

The plates last changed on March 1 and that was the date chosen by Hyundai to launch its new city car, the i10. The 1.1-litre is already a sell out success so Hyundai has chosen the September 1 registration plate change date to launch a beefier version of the little car. The newcomer will have a 1.2litre engine, making it a more gutsy proposition but without any penalty in fuel consumption. In fact, the CO2 emissions and combined fuel consumption are identical to the smaller 1.1-litre engine at 119g/km and 56.5mpg. And whichever engine you opt for, you will still only pay £35 road tax. The efficiency of the new allalloy unit means that power output has been improved by 18% to 77PS and torque rises from 98Nm to 118Nm – a massive 20% increase compared with the 1.1litre. There is also significantly improved in-gear driving flexibility and more relaxed cruising. As a result, the top speed rises from 94 to 102mph and the benchmark 0-62mph sprint drops by nearly three seconds to 12.8 seconds. At the same time as the new engine, the range-topping Style model also gets leather trim for its steering wheel, gear lever skirt and handbrake to give a more upmarket feel to the interior. Another benefit is the availability of an Electronic Stability Programme as an option for the first time on the i10. On the road prices for the 1.1 start at £6,745 and for the 1.2 at £7,545. The i10 was launched hard on the heels of the i30, which is proving to be another major success story for the Korean car maker. The Ford Focus-sized i30 is for

a trendy looking hatchback with a stylish modern interior and a build quality to match its looks. The 2.0-litre diesel engine is one of the quietest around and, matched to a six-speed gearbox, offers punchy performance linked to sensible economy. It’s the car that has the overall feel that says that Hyundai has arrived. Prices for the i30 start from £10,980. One of the latest additions to the Hyundai range is for motorists who demand a real abundance of space, the i800 MPV. Unlike most MPVs, which only have room for seven people, the i800 can comfortably accommodate eight and still have room for all their luggage. In fact, the i800 has 851 litres of space in the boot, even when loaded with passengers; that’s twice as much as some estate cars. Powered by a 2.5-litre diesel engine, it features a pair of seats in front and two benches behind – each accommodating three adults in comfort – with uncompromised head and leg room. And best of all, it costs less than £20,000. At the lower end of the market there is the Amica from £5,852 and the Getz from £7,430. Then there is stylish motoring with the trendy two-seater Hyundai Coupé with a choice of 1.6litre, 1.7-litre or the range topping 2.7 V6. At present there is also a limited edition Coupe, called the TSIII, which has an even more sporty image, thanks to features like a sportier engine note, a larger boot spoiler with integral brake light and 17ins alloy wheels. For four-wheel-drive enthusiasts there is the Santa Fe, while the Tucson comes with a choice of either front-wheel-drive or fourwheel-drive.


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ord is going from strength to strength with its revised model range, which includes the new Focus, Mondeo and Kuga, plus the all-new Fiesta and Ka models promising to attract even more buyers. The revised Focus, which went on sale earlier this year brimming with

the latest technological innovations is aiming to maintain its position as the nation’s favourite car. With prices from £12,200, it is just £250 more than its predecessor. This represents enhanced value given the array of new technology and equipment including ESP, which was previously a £250 option and is now fitted as standard. The restructured range offers a choice of Studio, Style, Zetec, Titanium and ST trim matched to a comprehensive line-up of advanced petrol and diesel engines. Transmissions include five and six speed manual gearboxes, a conventional automatic and the allnew dual-clutch PowerShift automated gearbox. In addition to ESP, every Focus is equipped with ABS, four airbags, elec-

tric front windows, CD player, central locking, height adjustable driver’s seat, 60/40 split folding rear seat, curtain airbags and Easyfuel capless refuelling system. Style, costing from £13,700 adds body-coloured door handles and mirrors, bigger wheels, front fog lamps, air conditioning, remote audio controls, trip computer, leather covered steering wheel and remote central locking. The best-selling Zetec costs from £15,550 and adds 16-in alloy wheels, dark headlamp surrounds, sports suspension, sports seats, Quickclear heated front windscreen, perimeter alarm, driver’s seat lumbar adjustment, rear spoiler and upgraded centre console. A body-coloured rear spoiler, previously an option, is also included as standard. Focus Titanium, the luxury flagship, costs from £15,700. Equipment highlights are privacy glass, automatic headlights, rain-sensing wipers, autodimming rear view mirror, Sony CD sound system, electric rear windows, cooled glovebox, aluminium scuff plates and footwell lighting. Ford is confident that the new

Mondeo will top the incredible four million sales of the previous car. The newcomer arrived here last June and was immediately one of last September and March’s biggest sellers. Available in a choice of hatchback, saloon and estate body styles, it comes with a wide range of petrol and diesel engines including a new 2.3-litre petrol unit. The new models are built to a higher standard in every respect than the previous car, which attracted more than one and a half million UK buyers, out of the four million sold worldwide since 1993. The quality feel is most evident inside the car with the use of piano black accents, soft-touch materials and much use of ambient lighting. Standard equipment includes air conditioning, MP3 connectors and several advanced-technology features such as adaptive cruise control. For each body style there are four trim and equipment levels on offer starting with the Edge. Then there is the Zetec series and at the top of the range the Ghia and

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Prices range from £15,205 for the 1.6-litre Edge to £25,355 for the 2.2litre turbodiesel. Also included in Ford’s impressive line-up are the Ka city car, Fiesta

supermini, Focus compact, C-Max and S-Max midi-MPVs and Galaxy people-carrier, plus the highly impressive Kuga crossover vehicle. This is ideally positioned to benefit from the downsizing of large 4x4 owners to smaller models with similar attributes. Kuga prices are £20,500 for the 2.0 TDCi Zetec and £22,500 for the Titanium model.


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The Chronicle, August 20, 2008

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itroën is playing the numbers game and while it may not make its range sound very romantic, it certainly is comprehensive.

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Admittedly, the range includes the C-Crosser and Berlingo but the rest of models are designated C1, C2, C3, C4, C5, C6 and C8. Unsurprisingly, this indicates their size, starting with the C1 and C2 city cars through the C3 supermini and C4 compact to the C4 midi people-carrier and C5 family model before arriving at the flagship C6 executive saloon and the C8 people-carrier. The C1 hatchback is ideally placed to take advantage of the current craze for down-sizing into smaller, more economical cars. Engine choices are a frugal one-litre petrol unit with economy of 60mpg and a 1.4-litre diesel offering almost 70mpg. Prices range from £7,295 to £9,125. The C2 range also includes this diesel engine plus a 1.6-litre diesel and three petrol units of 1.1, 1.4 and 1.6 litres. Prices range from £8,795 to £13,895. Next up is the C3 range, which offers the same engine choice and prices from £9,695 for the 1.1-litre five-door Vibe to £12,695 for the 1.6 HDi Exclusive. There is also a coupé cabriolet version of this

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car, called C3 Pluriel, which has a folding roof and costs from £13,295 to £14,595. The C4 model comes with a choice of hatchback, coupé, Picasso and Grand Picasso body styles. There are petrol and diesel engine options and prices ranging from £12,325 for the 1.4litre petrol-powered five-door hatchback to £22,430 for the seven-seat Grand Picasso with a two-litre 140bhp diesel engine. Citroën is determined to break into the highly-profitable premium sector and has the C5 and C6 models to do the job. The C5 achieves new standards of build quality and comes lavishly equipped with prices from £15,595 for the entry-level 1.8litre petrol version to £24,395 for the 140mph 2.7-litre turbodiesel. The C6 range starts with the 2.2 HDi at £28,430 rising to £38,325 for the 2.7-litre V6 HDi Exclusive. Also included in Citroën’s expansive line-up are the Xsara Picasso, which is currently attracting huge discounts plus the C8 people carrier and the C-Crosser 4x4. The C-Crosser, which is based on the Mitsubishi Outlander, costs from £22,995 and rises to £25,695 for the lavishly-equipped 2.2 HDi Exclusive version.

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The Chronicle, August 20, 2008

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How they stand Division Four

BOWLS GRENSON MOTORS MID CHESHIRE LEAGUE Section One

Wharton Cons A Castle A ............. Frod Red Lion A Wharton Cons B Winsford Cons a Kelsall A............. Crewe PO .......... Victoria............... Meadow Bank A Pochins.............. Comberbach A... Castle B .............

P 18 18 18 18 18 18 17 18 18 18 17 18

W 14 15 13 8 8 9 9 7 6 6 7 5

Pts 4176 4037 4025 3716 3689 3663 3537 3530 3525 3494 3442 3370

W 16 15 12 10 9 5 8 6 8 7 6 6

Pts 4096 4080 3902 3733 3716 3578 3570 3569 3510 3452 3447 3411

Section Two

Owley Wood A... Frod Red Lion B Rudheath A ....... Winnington A ..... Winsford Cons B Spinner & Berg .. Castle C............. Beech Tree A..... Crosstown A ...... Shavington ........ Barnton CC A .... Wharton Cons C

P 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 P 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20

W 15 12 10 10 12 13 12 11 9 9 7 9 7 3

Pts 4422 4346 4244 4218 4199 4198 4155 4149 4099 3962 3912 3895 3887 3613

W 15 14 10 8 11 10 9 8 10 8 9 10 10 8

Pts 4558 4294 4174 4170 4162 4133 4132 4065 4056 4032 4025 4006 3947 3872

Davenham A...... Meadow Bank B Lostock A........... Davenham B...... Norley A............. Crowton ............. Castle D............. Rudheath B ....... Middlewich RBL. Wistaston........... Moulton RBL A .. Winnington B ..... Barnton CC B .... Bunbury .............

W 16 16 13 15 13 9 10 9 9 8 7 4 8 2

Pts 4405 4318 4290 4169 4168 4110 4096 4047 3982 3850 3759 3758 3754 3375

W 14 13 10 13 11 12 12 8 7 8 6 4 2

Pts 4385 4317 4060 3857 3839 3814 3797 3638 3539 3501 3496 3176 3130

Section Five

Frod Red Lion D Winsford Cons C Bentley Motors... Crosstown B ...... Beech Tree B..... Owley Wood C... Meadow Bank C Comberbach C .. Tarporley RBL A Davenham C...... Wharton Rec...... Slow & Easy B ... Winnington C ..... Lostock B...........

P 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20

Section Six

Cuddington B..... Barnton CC C .... Davenham D...... Rudheath C ....... Moulton RBL B .. Hartford B .......... Norley B............. Kelsall C ............ Delamere B........ Tarporley RBL B Castle E ............. Hazel Pear B ..... Barnton CC D ....

P 20 20 20 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18

NORLEY LEAGUE Division One

Wharton Cons A Castle A ............. Delamere A........ Comberbach A... Winsford C&C A Crewe PO A....... Kelsall A............. Wharton Cons B Meadow Bank A Owley Wood A... Rudhth S&SC A. Slow & Easy A ...

P 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 17

W 16 13 11 11 9 8 9 5 4 5 4 7

Pts 3309 3152 3062 3051 2985 2925 2925 2893 2861 2794 2762 2762

W 14 11 8 13 9 8 8 8 6 6 6 5

Pts 3099 3047 2995 2970 2958 2893 2848 2845 2817 2813 2738 2668

Division Two

Beech Tree A..... Midd RBL A ....... Winsford C&C B Shavington ........ Coppenhall A ..... Barnton CC A .... Hazel pear ......... Davenham A...... Winnington Pk A Meadow Bank B Overton MH ....... Tarvin A..............

P 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 17

Division Three

Hop Pole............ Comberbach B... Moulton RBL A .. Lions Lte Bud A . Lostock A........... Castle B ............. Owley Wood B... Cuddington A..... Wharton Rec A .. Bunbury A.......... Gt Budworth.......

P 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 17

Pts 3074 3009 2995 2951 2939 2914 2874 2844 2823 2812 2789 2621

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MID CHESHIRE LADIES LEAGUE

Castle A ............. WhartonCons..... Norley ................ Davenham A...... Hazel Pear A ..... Mere .................. Barnton CC A .... Castle B ............. Lady Owls.......... Winnington A ..... Bunbury .............

P 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18

W 15 16 12 10 9 9 7 7 7 5 3

Pts 3436 3433 3245 3075 3050 3047 2941 2936 2901 2743 2699

W 12 13 10 11 11 12 10 10 8 5 1

Pts 3284 3251 3232 3230 3144 3138 3100 3053 3001 2855 2565

Division Two

Hartford A .......... Coppenhall ........ Good Comps A .. Haslington.......... Willaston ............ Davenham B...... Marton ............... Hazel Pear B ..... Rode Heath ....... Winnington B ..... Barnton RBL ......

P 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18

Division Three

Section Four

P 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20

W 11 10 10 8 8 11 8 9 8 6 5 7

Division One

Section Three

Slow & Easy A ... Frod Red Lion C Hop Pole............ Hazel Pear A ..... Delamere A........ Kelsall B............. Limes ................. Helsby SSC ....... Copp WMC ........ Comberbach B... Owley Wood B... Cuddington A..... Sandbach Park .. Hartford A ..........

Davenham B...... Rudh S&SC B.... Crowton VH ....... Tarporley RBL A Crewe PO B....... Alpraham A........ Winnington Pk B Slow & Easy B ... Kelsall B............. Beech Tree B..... Owls A ............... Barnton CC B ....

P 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 17

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W 14 10 10 9 8 7 10 7 8 5 6

Pts 3266 3036 2996 2937 2931 2929 2929 2996 2834 2735 2695

Goostrey ............ Kelsall ................ Rudheath SC ..... Wharton Rec...... Bostock Green... Good Comps B .. Beech Tree B..... Hartford B .......... Blue Wyches......

P 14 14 16 14 14 14 14 14 14

W 12 11 4 9 10 4 6 4 3

Pts 2575 2573 2492 2461 2444 2333 2294 2226 2022

CRICKET RIGHT MOVE ABROAD COUNTY LEAGUE Division Two

Irby..................... Grappenhall ....... Tattenhall ........... Middlewich......... Mobberley.......... Stockport G........ Sale ................... Marple................ Burnage ............. Bredbury St M.... Hale Barns......... Winnington Pk ...

P W 18 11 18 8 18 10 18 7 18 7 18 5 18 5 18 5 18 3 18 1 18 3 18 1

Pts 310 276 275 267 250 244 238 227 208 189 187 166

MELLER BRAGGINS CHESHIRE LEAGUE Division One

Brooklands......... Oakmere............ Congleton .......... Mere .................. Davenham ......... Ashley................ Ashton on Me .... Alvanley ............. Trafford MV........ Runcorn ............. Malpas ............... Cholmondeley....

P W 18 13 18 9 18 9 18 6 18 6 18 6 18 8 18 5 18 4 18 2 18 3 18 2

Pts 360 293 286 253 251 233 230 198 198 180 176 159

Division Two

Northwich........... Barrow ............... Weaverham ....... Prestbury ........... Lymm O’ton Park Alderley Park ..... Over Peover ...... Barnton .............. Winsford ............ Wilmslow ........... Chester Co Off... Bowdon Vale......

P W 18 8 18 9 18 6 18 9 18 7 18 6 18 4 18 5 18 3 18 3 18 3 18 3

Pts 331 304 287 271 248 224 209 205 202 188 185 161

DARTS WINSFORD LADIES LEAGUE Saxons........ Geo and Dr . Feathers A .. Ark .............. Rifleman ..... Pockets....... Golden Ln A Salty............ Sax Blue ..... Gate............ FeathBlue ... St Josephs.. Fern Villa .... White Swan G Ln Blue....

P W F A Pts 7 6 48 15 12 6 6 39 15 12 7 6 38 25 12 7 5 41 22 10 7 5 39 24 10 6 5 33 21 10 7 4 34 29 8 7 4 29 34 8 7 3 25 38 6 6 2 26 28 4 7 2 26 37 4 7 2 24 39 4 6 1 20 34 2 6 1 19 35 2 7 1 19 44 2

CENTRE OF ATTENTION: Witton's Steven Settle worries the Frickley defence. RS160808 Witton-004.jpg

Vics fade after Welch blow Grays Athletic 2 Northwich Vics 1

VICS started off like winners, ended chasing the draw and – for a spell in between – looked a beaten side, on Saturday. They were far the better side in the opening half-hour when it seemed they would surely fulfil the promise they had demonstrated at promotion hopefuls Burton. But a couple of shots by Joel Byrom – one saved, the other wide – and efforts from Mark Roberts and Jamie Mullan which went over, were all they had to show for some good football. An injury to skipper Mike Welch changed the face of the game. Matt Bailey took his place, but Vics were unsettled by the change and Grays stepped up the pressure.

Football Blue Square Premier It was former Northwich hero Stuart Elliot who opened the scoring in the 44th minute when he blasted home from nearly 25 yards. There was no quick response from Vics, though Danny Williams missed the target by six feet from a good position. Grays were always likely to build on their lead and did so in the 67th minute when former Dagenham striker Sam Sloma beat Scott Tynan from outside the area. Vics kept plugging away and they were given a fighting chance when substitute Chris Flynn firstly won a corner off goalkeeper Steve Arnold and then beat him with a header

from the flag kick. Grays rebuffed Vics’ frantic attempts for an equaliser. Vics: Tynan, Aspin, Roberts, Welch (Bailey 36), Brown, Williams (Byrne 58), Crowell (Flynn 60), Byrom, Mullan, Stamp, Steele. Attendance: 523 Match Rating: 6/10

Burton Albion 1 Northwich Vics 1

Blue Square Premier, Tuesday, August 12 Goals: Burton – Aaron Webster 83; Vics – Darryn Stamp 29 Vics: Tynan, Sutton, Welch, Roberts, Brown, Mullan (Barnes 85), Byrom, Crowell (Byrne 89), Williams, Steele, Stamp. Subs not used: Jones, Allan, Bailey. Attendance: 1,701 Match Rating: 7/10

WITTON introduced themselves to their fans at Wincham Park on Saturday, but it remains to be seen how well they all get along. On the positive side Albion earned a point more than they did on the opening day last season and there were some promising performances among the nine newcomers. Scott Willis was most noticeable for his midfield industry and neat through balls. Steve Settle, a winger at centre forward, showed great pace and Paul Donnelly looked an accomplished full back, albeit on the left instead of his favoured right. Albion were the better side for 15 minutes, were on the back foot for the next 30 and edged the second half. But they offered little creativity or goalmouth action, their efforts, apart from the goal, were from half-chances. Frickley had plenty of those too during their spell on top when Witton played like the strangers they were. Moreover, they quickly got to grips with the Willis and Settle threats and Albion had no alternative way forward. Rod Thornley headed Witton ahead in 14 minutes from Mark Drew’s corner and Rob Pell found space in a crowded area to score, also with his head, from a Chris Davies free kick in 35 minutes. The game overall was humdrum, not helped by referee Ian Edwards who frowned upon tackling and playing advantage. Ben and Rod Thornley are the first brothers to play in the same Albion line-up since Jack and Joe Wilkinson in the early 1950s. Witton: G Smith; Dunne, Pritchard, Coyne, Donnelly; B Thornley (Gahgan 69), Willis, Drew, S Smith; Settle (Lugsden 85), R Thornley. Attendance: 322. Match Rating: 5/10.

Sport in detail ANGLING

BARNTON & FRODSHAM AC

Appleton Thorn Cup final round, Heesom’s Pool, Monday: Dave Blears 13-9-0, Mike Smith 12-10-0, Chris Simmons 12-4-0, Stan Atkinson 10-14-0. Overall: winer Ian Morrison 151pts, r/up Arthur Kenney 123. Wednesday Evening Series final round, Weaver, Anderton: Tim Wright 21-0-0, Arthur Kenny 11-6-0, Peter Moore 9-2-0; Overall: winners Mark Emmison/Ian Morrison 146pts, 3rd Mike Smith 128. Junior Summer Series round four, Junior Cistern: 8/12s Joe Hunt 6-10-0, Hideyoshi Warburton 1-10-0; 13/16s Gareth Evans 6-12-0, Stephen Finney 5-14-0, Adam Jones 5-0-0. ICI C&P Cups, Weaver, Anderton, Sunday: Juniors - Stephen Finney 13-7-0, Hideyoshi Warburton 5-10-0,. Joe Hunt 0-13-0; Seniors - Steve Walker 24-7-0, Mark Emmison 17-3-0, Calvin Tagg 13-14-0, Mick Malam 13-12-0. Ladies Cup, Sunday, Middle Cistern: Barbara Leicester 8-11-0, Christine Jones 3-9-0.

BOWLS

WHARTON CONS OPEN

Round 3, Sunday: P Williams 31 B Jones 21; D McDermot w/o; C Lane 25 P Illidge 31; D Carter 31 C Wright 29. Round four, Paul Williams 31 Dave McDermot 4; Peter Illidge 27 Dave Carter 31. Qualifiers to the last eight: Paul Williams (Whitchurch), Dave Carter (Liverpool). Final eight competitors, Sunday: Tommy Johnstone (Warrington), Richard Goddard (Shrewsbury), Chris McDonald (Congleton), Andrew Cairns (Rossendale), Gary Ellis (Whitefield), Glyn Storer (Walsall), Paul Williams (Whitchurch), Dave Carter (Liverpool).

GRENSON MOTORS MID CHESHIRE LEAGUE

Section One: Wharton Cons B 242 Victoria 181; Winsford Cons A 186 Castle A 234; Kelsall A 241 Pochins 177; Castle B 165 Wharton Cons A 245;

Frod Red Lion A 245 Meadow Bank A 151. Section Two: Owley Wood A 252 Wharton Cons C 144; Spinner & Bergamot 211 Frod Red Lion B 218; Beech Tree A 234 Crosstown A 173; Barnton CC A 205 Winnington A 235; Castle C 233 Shavington 164; Rudheath A 226 Winsford Cons B 194. Section Three: Delamere A 245 Hartford A 185; Sandbach Park 210 Cuddington A 196; Hop Pole 233 Helsby SSC 190; Slow & Easy A 227 Kelsall B 189; Frod Red Lion C 241 Owley Wood B 140; Comberbach B 236 Limes 181; Hazel Pear A 229 Coppenhall WMC 176. Section Four: Meadow Bank B 217 Castle D 196; Bunbury 216 Wistaston 193; Crowton 241 Barnton CC B 143; Winnington B 234 Norley A 112; Moulton RBL A 214 Lostock A 196; Middlewich RBL 233 Davenham B 194. Section Five: Winsford Cons C 239 Comberbach C 184; Wharton Rec 194 Davenham C 216; Winnington C 183 Frod Red Lion D 227; Crosstown B 221 Meadow Bank C 195; Owley Wood C 231 Beech Tree B 174; Lostock B 190 Tarporley RBL A 223; Bentley Motors 243 Slow & Easy B 157. Section Six: Norley B 223 Rudheath C 209; Davenham D 221 Barnton CC C 207; Cuddington B 243 Castle E 144; Barnton CC D 189 Delamere B 244; Hartford B 224 Hazel Pear B 156; Kelsall C 239 Moulton RBL B 183.

NORLEY BOWLS LEAGUE

Division One: Castle A 202 Crewe PO A 170; Comberbach A 188 Wharton Cons B 159; Kelsall A 201 Owley Wood A 154; Slow & Easy A 148 Delamere A 197; Wharton Cons A 210 Rudheath S&SC A 98; Winsford C&C A 196 Meadow Bank A 144. Division Two: Beech Tree A 185 Barnton CC A 136; Davenham A 176 Winnington Pk A 159; Hazel Pear 194 Overton MH 140; Meadow Bank B 184 Winsford C&C B 161; Shavington 210 Middlewich RBL A 120; Tarvin A 151 Coppenhall A 184.

Division Three: Cuddington A 184 Hop Pole 168; Gt Budworth 195 Lostock A 174; Lions lte Bud A 193 Castle B 159; Middlewich RBL B 174 Bunbury A 153; Owley Wood B 186 Moulton RBL A 156; Wharton Rec A 157 Comberbach B 153. Division Four: Barnton CC B 188 Beech Tree B 147; Crewe PO B 183 Owls A 150; Crowton VH 209 Kelsall B 127; Rudheath S&SC B 210 Alpraham A 129; Tarporley RBL A 176 Slow & Easy B 169; Winnington Pk B 167 Davenham B 156. Division Five: Castle C 179 Nantwich Barony Pk 169; Coppenhall B 2008 Tarporley RBL B 112; Lostock B 177 Hartford A 170; Owls B 177 Tattenhall 146; Vale Royal 210 Cuddington B 109. Division Six: Alpraham B 200 Winnington Pk C 111; Bunbury B 146 Tarvin B 170; Delamere B 160 Lions Lte Bud B 178; Hartford Aces 193 Norley 166; Moulton RBL B 158 Wharton Rec B 170.

AFTERNOON LEAGUE

Section One: Frod Red Lion A 168 Castle Park A 90; Goshawk A 154 Beech Tree A 118; Grapes 135 Frod Red Lion B 143; Over Park 141 Wharton Cons A 129; Rudheath S&SC A 153 Knutsford BC 142; Winsford C&C A 156 Delamere A 139. Section Two: Barnton CC A 159 Cuddington A 115; Castle A 158 Goshawk B 96; Davenham A 146 Pavilion 125; Helsby CSC A 137 Overton A 142; Norley A 143 Comberbach A 121; Pochins A 159 Bunbury A 124. Section Three: Castle Park B 164 Winsford C&C B 87; Harg & Huxley A 144 Mere 126; Lions Lte Budw’h 139 Lostock 130; Slow & Easy 153 Frodsham Cons A 126; Wharton Cons B 163 Moulton RBL A 74; Winnington Park 123 Wharton Rec 147. Section Four: Beech Tree B 128 Crowton 133; Chetwode Arms 126 Manley 130; Gt Budworth A 159 Pochins B 120; High Legh A 165 Halton RBL 111; Legh Arms 158 Kelsall A 131; Mid-

dlewich Aces 140 Davenham B 115. Section Five: Alpraham A 162 Helsby CSC B 79; Comberbach B 141 Barnton CC B 128; Cuddington B 143 High Legh B 132; Overton B 135 Castle B 140; Owley Wood Vets 127 Vale Royal 128; Tarporley RBL 133 Drovers Arms 135. Section Six: Castle C 158 Lady Lions 122; Davenham D 137 Alpraham B 155; Frosdham Cons B 160 Davenham C 144; Helsby SCS C 99 Midddlewich RBL B 153; Middlewich RBL A 155 Gt Budworth B 93. Section Seven: Barrow 101 Hazel Pear 148; Bunbury B 120 Hartford Aces 152; Cuddington D 122 Kingsley 141; Delamere B 140 Helsby CSC D 122; Kelsall B 149 Knutsford Cons 127; Kingswood 141 Rudheath S&SC B 117; Moulton RBL B 153 Harg & Huxley B 136.

MID CHESHIRE LADIES LEAGUE

Division One: Hazel Pear A 204 Mere 134; Castle B 178 Winnington A 162; Davenham A 160 Norley 196; Bunbury 173 Lady Owls 169; Barnton CC A 163 Castle A 163; Wharton Cons 202 Beech Tree A 122. Division Two: Hartford A 207 Hazel Pear B 157; Marton 189 Barnton CC B 133; Haslington 192 Davenham B 160; Rode Heath 190 Moulton RBL 121; Winnington B 143 Willaston 183; Good Companions A 191 Coppenhall 174. Division Three: Goostrey 200 Good Companions B 148; Kelsall 195 Hartford B 137; Beech Tree B 162 Bostock Green 167; Blue Wyches 164 Rudheath S&SC 147.

DARTS

WINSFORD LADIES LEAGUE

St Joseph’s 0 Rifleman 0; Top House 6 Salty 3; Gate 4 Princes Feathers A 5; George and Dragon 3 Saxons A 6; Golden Lion B 3 Golden Lion A 6; Saxons Blue 7 White Swan 2; Princes Feathers Blue 4 Fern Villa 5; The Ark 2 Pockets.

FOOTBALL

MOSS FARM SEVEN A SIDE

LEAGUE

Premier Division: Pakmo Construction 0 KB Windows 4 (Greavey 2, Taylor, Bebbington); ID Glass 4 (Brandon 2, Kelley, Alcock) Barnton Travel 0; Hartford Golf 2 (Plant, James) Kelly’s Plumbers 2 (Purdue, Caldwell); Johnnos Hair Shop 0 RW Joinery 1 (Millington); Powerplace 2 (Rigby, Ellams) Maxton Suspension 3 (Mather 2, Bunby). Division One: RL Supporters 0 County Commercial 4 (Morris 2, Webb M, Laurie); Sproston’s Snacks 1 (Ashley D) Franks Paving 5 (Wadey 3, Clarke, McCann); CSB Construction 2 (Alcock, Gibb) Weaverham Sea Scouts 0; Midpoint 1 (Millington) MB 1 (Cunningham); The Indian 4 (Ashley 3, Barlow) Northwich Police 0. Division Two: Real Atmos 4 (Staley M 3, Davies) Roberts Bakery 0; OYB 3 (Johnson, Jones 2) Gemini Automatic Doors 0; Lawrences 3 (Cope 2, Gough) AJS Engineering 6 (Dutton, Dudley, Carmichael, Mooreland 2, O’Brien); Swift 3 (Hampshire C 2, Hampshire M) Deepstore 0; Motorbodycare 1 (Dick) Rojac 1 (Raynes). Division Three: Able Systems 1 (Harmon) Weaver Vale 1 (Stanton); Lacagole 3 (Day 2, Wilkinson C Jnr) Mid Cheshire Mortgages 2 (Sitarz 2, Hobson); Dales Diggers 2 (Dale D 2) EBG 3 (Winward 2, Wright); Linpac 1 (Smialek) Vale Royal Celtic 1 (Enfield); FOW 3 (Bogue 2, Lumb) RJ Signs 0; TB 2 (Swift, Spruce) 8 Skins 0. Division Four: WNSS 0 Vaseco 3 (Rooney 2, McDonald); JAC Plumbing & Heating 0 The Old Bill 1 (Stubbs); A H Electrical 0 Newbury Data 0; RA Design 2 (Woodward 2) MR 3 (Channing, Cobain 2); On Site Services 0 Wheatsheaf 2 (Clarke, Bird); IMS 1 (Taylor P) Harrisons 5 (Porter 2, Birtles S, Lafferty, Birtles P). Division Five: Tarporley Lions 2 (Swindell, Walker) John Mills Builders 1 (Marlor); Amanico 0 NFG 4 (Hill, Jago 2, Mainwaring); PDS 3 (Clarke, Cavanaugh 2) New Era 1 (Davies).


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Chronicle August 20, 2008

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Rain dampens Park hopes of survival Division Two

Cricket

Prestbury 114-9 Northwich 96

WINNINGTON Park “face four cup finals” says skipper Dave Hine as the founder members prepare for a huge effort to avoid relegation from the County League. They needed to beat rivals Hale Barns on Saturday, but in the event rain made sure neither gained an advantage. It also stopped Oakmere from moving nearer a spot in the County League when they were well placed against Alvanley. But an early finish might have been of benefit to Northwich in the Cheshire Second Division. But they were beaten at Prestbury. RIGHT MOVE ABROAD COUNTY LEAGUE ECB Premiership

A DISMAL batting performance saw Northwich lose for the second time this season to Prestbury. The home side struggled to 76-8 (Stuart Hayes 3-21) but a late flourish was to prove important. The Northwich innings immediately slumped and from 25-5 even a draw was impossible. Northwich 2nds seemed to have the upper hand against Oakmere 2nds, who were 78-6. Pete Jones (71no) led the recovery and Mike Cushion (36no) joined in. Oakmere declared at 135-6 and then bowled Northwich out for a paltry 60 (Cushion 5-4). Capenhurst 2nds conceded to Northwich 3rds. Northwich 4ths 89ao lost to Bollington 3rds 90-0.

Toft 240-7dec Oulton Park 71-0 rsp

THE game was becoming interesting–- not least because of Guy Emmett (3-52), Jonny Kettle (40 no) and Danny Leech (30 no) – when rain intervened. Ben Tomlinson (48no) and Steve Yates (20no) batted out the draw for Oulton 2nds, 113-4, after they slumped to 35-4 at home to Upton, who scored 223-9 (Simon Torlop 5-79 off 19 overs). Division Two

Weaverham 207-3 Winsford 129-4 rsp

Winnington Park 201-6dec Hale Barns 89-2 rsp

IT was a must-win game for Park, but the rain was no respecter of their desperation. The visitors also happened to be the team they have to catch before they even start to think of survival. A swashbuckling 60 from Shaun O’Neill, a stubborn 42 from skipper Dave Hine and a useful 34 from Mike Caldecott demonstrated Park’s intent. But they could not carry out their threat when the rain turned heavy. Winnington also batted first in the 2nds clash. Ian Connor in his pinch-hitting role scored 44 out of the first 50 and his partner Alec Butcher stroked a majestic 45 in support. With captain Ian Johns chipping in 26, Win-

RAIN PAIN: Paul Yearsley strikes out for Oakmere against Alvanley, but they and most teams in Cheshire were frustrated by Saturday’s weather. SB160808oakcc-002 nington ended on 150ao. Hale Barns were never up with the rate and held out at 122-8 (Jason Hayes 2-17 off 13 overs, Matt George 3-28). MELLER BRAGGINS CHESHIRE LEAGUE Division One

placed Oakmere’s chances of moving further ahead of the pack. Paul Hutchinson (30) and Paul Yearsley (25), a superb innings from Stewart Eaton (81no) and a valuable late contribution of 28 from Jim Ackerley accounted for the bulk of Oakmere’s runs.

THE game was evenly balanced but the weather scuppered second-

DAVENHAM were denied victory by the rain.

Oakmere 182-6dec Alvanley 40-2 rsp

Davenham 174-9dec Ashley 49-5 rsp

WEAVERHAM were effectively beaten as they could not complete their game while Barrow increased their advantage in second place to 17 points by winning. Kiwi Gregg Airns hit a blistering 119no and found support from Rob McMillan (45) and Matt Bebbington (23). But Winsford were going well when both sides were frustrated by the weather. Barry Crellin (40no) and Dave Tierney (27no) had hoisted Winsford from 64-4. Andy Cooper made 20. Weaverham 2nds hit 182-7 (Dave Armstrong 50, Phil Harris, Chris Beckett both 30, Darren Falland 25), but Malpas did not bat. CHESHIRE BS CHESHIRE ALLIANCE

Aston 114ao Hartford 38-3 rsp

MATT Shinkfield (4-12) and Rob Whittle (3-17) reduced Aston from a promising 75-2, but Hartford were unable to complete their good work.

Late blow pegs Blues Calum inspires Majestic comeback Winsford United 3 Nostell MiW 3

UNITED lost a two goal lead in the last few minutes in the FA Cup extra-preliminary round on Saturday. It was Nostell’s first ever FA Cup tie and their “must not lose” attitude included some rough stuff. They took the lead in 23 minutes when Matthew Denton brought a parried save from Mike Langley and remained alert to net from the rebound. Phil Mason levelled two minutes later after being pushed in the box. His first spot kick was weak and easily saved, but goalkeeper Dobbs was adjudged off his line – and Mason was ruthless when given the second chance. United remained the better

Football - FA Cup side, but did not go into the lead until the 72nd minute when Ross Kennedy sidefooted home at the end of a sweeping move. With 12 minutes remaining Lee Madin was pushed by Tom Thornton and dusted himself down to score Blues’ second penalty and, surely, United would see out victory. But Paul Bedford (84 minutes) and Oli Johnson in injury time provided a powerful finish to a blood and thunder tie. United: Langley; Calland, Owens (Ridler 64), Callaghan, Riley; Couch (Hutchinson 79), Ennion, McGraa, Kennedy (Connell 81); Mason, Madin. Attendance: 130 Match Rating: 7/10

Grey Lambs start in style

LAST season’s bottom side Lostock Gralam started the new campaign with a 4-2 Second Division home win against Eagle Sports on Saturday. Barnton made a midweek start, losing 4-3 at home to Knutsford on Wednesday.

Cheshire League Ashton 3-1 on Saturday. Tonight: One – Middlewich v Barnton; Two – Lostock v Whitchurch; Saturday: One – Gamesley v Barnton; Two – Daten v Lostock.

ROUNDUp Blackburn’s Cowley joy

BOWLS: PAUL Blackburn won his first major title on Sunday. The Winsford Cons player beat Comberbach veteran Gerard Merry 21-10 to take the Cowley Cup at Rudheath Private. It was Merry’s second cup final defeat in just nine days, having lost out to Daniel Nixon in the Norley Merit. Blackburn had beaten two Red Lion players, Arthur Land and Barry Ellams by seven and 11 shots respectively, while Merry had eased by Graham Done (Delamere) and Darren Walker (Meadow Bank) by two and 10, to reach the final. Merry, who is with Delamere A in the Norley League, can look forward to another final, however. Delamere beat Middlewich BL 203-186 to reach the Coronation Cup final where they meet Wharton Cons, 191-181 conquerors of Comberbach in the semi-finals. ■ Mid Cheshire boasts three out of the four Cheshire Norman Cup quarter finalists. Winnington Park beat Owley Wood 169-164; Beech Tree trounced Ledsham 191-148 and Wharton Cons defeated Manor Road 185-154. Altrincham Boro, who beat Heswall 189-174, make up the foursome. Wharton Cons now have a 139-chalk lead going into the final four Mid Cheshire League fixtures and look title certs for the first time since 2005. But only 12 points separate the champions Castle A and Red Lion A, champions for the past two seasons, in second and third spots.

21st win for Kemp

CYCLING: Weaver Valley CC’s Alan Kemp and Dave Astles contest the League of Veterans Champions at Rugby on Sunday. But neither man had the perfect preparation at the Fleche Walloon race, Leicester, at the weekend. While Kemp was up with the leaders he was unable to break away and had to settle for winning his age category – still his 21st victory of the season – and second place overall in the hilly 60-miler. Astles, feeling the effects of racing the previous day, finished in the main bunch. He and Mark Thompson had ridden in the Over 60s event at the Darley Moor circuit. Astles was eighth and Thompson not far behind, with Kemp winning the Under 60s and fifth overall. Astles competed at Seighford aerodrome, Stafford last Tuesday, coming eighth in the Over 50s. Sunday’s club run leaves Hartford RBL at 10.30am for Loggerheads and Monday’s social evening starts at 8.30pm. Newcomers are welcome at both.

Morrison at the double

ANGLING: Ian Morrison won one trophy outright and shared another, as two BarntonFrodsham AC competitions came to an end. Morrison easily won the Monday Appleton Thorn Cup series with 151pts, though he did not figure in the first three of the final match, won at Heesom’s Pool by Dave Blears. Morrison was not in the money in the final Wednesday Evening Firthfield Cup series either, but was still overall winner, albeit alongside Mark Emmison. Barbara Leicester won the club’s Ladies Metcalfe Cup at the Middle Cistern on Sunday with 8lb 11oz of roach and rudd caught on maggot fished pole.

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Matt is going for gold

SILVER LINE-UP: Matthew Langridge (third right) and the British crew receive their medals.

SILVER SUCCESS Olympics

By John Buckley

MATTHEW Langridge became only the third ever Mid Cheshire athlete to win an Olympic medal on Sunday.

But it was silver not gold for the 24-year-old oarsman and the British eight. They weren’t quite good enough to topple the world champions Canada and their disappointment clearly showed when the crew lined up for their medals. But Langridge is a hero in Northwich and when he returns to his home town in a fortnight he is assured of a rousing reception. Northwich Rowing Club will throw a celebration and there will be official acknowledgement from Vale Royal and Northwich town councils of his success. Langridge said: “We wanted the gold and thought we might just do it.” Dad Steve added: “It was a fantastic

HOT PURSUIT: The British crew chase Canada. achievement and I am sure he will soon come to realise that. His whole family is incredibly proud of him.”

Carolyn MacRitchie, of Northwich Rowing Club: “Matt was only interested in winning and that showed in his face

afterwards.” Northwich rowers packed their club to watch the race, which Canada dominated after a fast start. The British boat did not make an impact before the 1,000m mark, but were making up ground at the finish, while holding off a surge by the Americans. But being second best is not always easy to bear. Shirley Strong, 1984 hurdles silver medallist at the Los Angeles Games, says it was two years before she began to realise she was not a failure, but she has only watched her video of the race twice in 24 years because she still finds it too distressing. Mid Cheshire’s other Olympic medallist is Max Woosnam, who won tennis gold and silver in 1920. There was heartbreak for Paula Radcliffe, who lived in Mid Cheshire until the age of 12. She beat her recent injuries but was simply not fit enough and finished 23rd in the marathon. “I was trying to acheive the impossible,” she said.

Welch will be back to boost Vics MIKE Welch will return to the Northwich Vics line-up for the visit of York City on Saturday. Vics are without a win in three games but there seemed little danger while Welch was on the pitch at Grays. He pulled a muscle at the top of his leg and had to be replaced. Without their skipper Vics suddenly looked uncertain and were eventually beaten 2-1. Richie Sutton remains sidelined with a groin injury. York are unbeaten, but Northwich boss Dino Maamria believes Saturday could be the day when his team start to fulfil

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their potential. Vics’ tough start to the campaign gets even harder on Monday (3pm) when they visit Mansfield Town, relegated from the Second Division last season. Northwich also face Torquay and Oxford within the next 17 days, before their programme – on paper – gets easier. Striker Aaron Burns has been loaned to Droylsden for three months and Vics have received a four figure fee from Chippenham Town for centre back Cortez Belle. ■ Witton Albion are at home to

Hednesford Town on Monday, after a Saturday cross-country trip to North Ferriby United. They were at Prescot Cables last night when Rod Thornley was absent because of his physio duties with the England football team. He will be back by the weekend and it may be as partner to Keiran Lugsden up front with Steve Settle moving to the wing. Chris Gahgan may be promoted from the subs bench soon. “We have made an okay start, but we need someone to get goals though it may be a couple of weeks before any become

available,” said manager Nigel Deeley. ■ Winsford United boss Joe Gibiliru was “hugely disappointed” with his team’s 3-3 draw with Nostell Welfare in the FA Cup. “We are 3-1 up and close to the finish and were just too cavalier,” he said. Dave Ridler was back in the team for last night’s replay. The winners are at Warrington Town a week on Saturday . United are home to Squires Gate in the league on Saturday. ■ Read Prescot Cables v Witton Albion and Nostell MW v Winsford match reports at www.midcheshirechronicle.co.uk

A SANDIWAY footballer is aiming for gold at the Paralympics in Beijing. Matt Dimbylow is in the British seven-a-side football squad for players with cerebral palsy. Dimbylow, 36, who once played in defence for Kidderminster Harriers and the England semi-professional team, suffers from Parkinson’s disease. He lives in Sandington Drive with wife Emma and two daughters, Lauren and Ella. Dimbylow was unavailable for comment but his neighbour, Vale Royal AC runner Bernie Jones said: “He regards going to the Games as his greatest achievement. “He is positive about everything, has played a high level and he will bring a lot of experience to the team.” Dimbylow only joined the British team at the start of the year but has already played against Holland, Ukraine and Brazil. The group stages begin on the second day of the Games (September 6) so he will miss the opening ceremony. He recently started his own business Sportitots, in which he develops the physical skills of under 10s at schools throughout the north west. Another at the Paralympics is former Winsford Flash SC sailor Niki Birrell, of Holmes Chapel. He and brother Christian has great success with Winsford in the 1990s.

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Mid Cheshire Chronicle, 20/8/08