Young people’s drawings and ideas have inspired a great new outdoor space for natural play, socialising and relaxation that is being created at Save the Family’s centre for homeless families, on Cotton Lane outside Chester.
Cold calls, high-pressure sales tactics and automated voicemails asking for people’s details are just some of the tricks scammers are using to rob people of their hard earned money, says Cheshire West Citizens Advice.
Antoinette Sandbach, the Member of Parliament for Eddisbury has nominated a local pharmacy to carry out diabetes testing during Diabetes Awareness Week. Testing was run at Farndon Pharmacy from 12-18th June in an effort to increase diabetes awareness and aid easy access to testing for patients.
“How much does it cost to be a member of the EU and if we leave is it all spare change?” and “Are we safer in the EU?” were just some of the questions asked at an EU debate hosted and chaired by Antoinette Sandbach MP last night at Reaseheath College.
By 2020, almost half of the UK population will receive a cancer diagnosis during their lifetime. Cancer survival rates in the UK are among the worst in Europe – not least because many people are diagnosed too late when their cancer is advanced. Antoinette Sandbach and the APPG on Cancer believe that this must change.
Sarah Sterne a pupil from Tarporley High School has been selected onto The Young Diplomats Forum weekend in London this July. Sarah Sterne was selected from a number of applicants after local MP Antoinette Sandbach wrote to all the Secondary Schools in her constituency to highlight the available opportunity.