HOW SAFE IS OUR SOCIAL HOUSING?

Thousands of fire doors identical to those blamed for helping spread the blaze at Grenfell Tower are still being used in public housing across the UK. Freedom of Information requests sent to 123 local authorities have found that at least 25,000 doors installed in social housing are among the

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Stagecoach Robbery

Shortly before Christmas Hoole and Newton campaigner Mark Williams was contacted by a Kingsway resident who is concerned about the ever increasing bus prices from Kingsway. Mark was disturbed to find that a Stagecoach day rider is £3.60, or single £2.30, for jobseeker £1.15 from Kingsway to

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BREXIT’S IMPACT ON OUR HIGH STREET

Across Cheshire West & Chester, business are finding it harder to invest, recruit and cover costs because of continued uncertainty over Brexit. In a survey commissioned by CWAC, 30% of businesses expect things to get worse while only 15% expect better. In Hoole, hard working independent

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Bring back Skip Days to Hoole & Newton

Time and time again on the doors step we keep getting asked what happened to the skip days. Hoole and Newton used to have days where the council provided skips free for public use, when Bob Thompson and David Hull were the councillors for Hoole and Newton. The Liberal Democrats are making a

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Bob on Alexandra Park (Hoole)

  Earlier this week Lib Dem Parliamentary candidate and local Hoole councillor Robert Thompson took some local Liberal Democrat members to Alexandra Park; which has been the source of recent controversy due to the sale of the Lodge and proposed entrance to a neighbouring free school.

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