Maintaining essential services to support your health and wellbeing
The following pages are extracts taken from the summer edition of The VoiCE (PDF, 3MB).
In the last three years, more than 1,600 new school places have been created across Cheshire East.
The 2018 Royal Cheshire County Show was once again a huge success with 76,000 visitors descending on Tabley for the annual event.
For every three people who read this article in The VoiCE – one person is likely to have high blood pressure.
People and organisations across Cheshire East are doing their bit to cut down on using plastics so that the environment is protected for future generations.
With your help, our latest figures show together we've recycled more than 55% of waste – only a decade ago that figure was less than 17%.
Summer is a time when many of us are looking to unwind, thinking about holidays.
Road users, commuters and businesses can look forward to more than £200m of new highways infrastructure.
Cheshire East Carers' Hub is a new information and support service designed to assist carers of all ages.
From next year, we are increasing our recycling drive by starting food waste recycling.
Stay safe and healthy advice from Dr Matt Tyrer - Consultant in Public Health Medicine at Cheshire East Council.
The Skills and Growth Company was established by the council two years ago, set up to help Cheshire East businesses grow.
A Paralympian gold medallist and newly honoured by the Queen, Macclesfield's Menna Fitzpatrick MBE has packed a lot into her first 20 years.
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