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England · England

Residents fear their Cheshire streets could be left 'uninhabitable' in 30 years

Study finds tens of thousands of properties in Cheshire at risk of being rendered uninhabitable by rising sea levels within 28 years. Areas of Halton and Warrington particularly vulnerable. CheshireLive visited Runcorn's lowest lying streets to speak to residents about the findings. Report predicts that between 300 and 1000 homes in Halton, and between 5,000 and 10,000 properties in Warrington, could be lost by 2050.See the Story
Merseyside · Merseyside

Fresh sighting of missing Runcorn boy as police appeal for help

Thomas Robinson, 12, has been missing from his home in Runcorn since Tuesday. Cheshire Police say he was last seen in the Castlefields area of Runcorn. He has since been seen at Stella Precinct near to Bowersdale Park, Seaforth, Liverpool, at 8.45pm on Saturday July 3. He is described as white, around 5ft tall, with mousey blonde hair.See the Story

New Cheshire taproom where you can have a pint and watch beer being made

Congleton -based Beartown Brewery has launched its new taproom The Den. Brothers Joe and Mike Manning have overseen the makeover. A mezzanine area has been created to play host to the impressive taproom. It comes after the pair bought the brand back in 2017.See the Story

UK temperatures 'could hit 35C this summer' weather forecaster predicts

Temperatures in the UK reached 32.7C earlier this month and typically the hottest weather of the summer comes in July or August. Brian Gaze, a forecaster at Weather Outlook, admitted he would not be surprised to see temperatures his 35C, although the Met Office predicts the weather will more likely be 30C.See the Story

Picturesque Cheshire village farm shop perfect for families

Glebe Farm in Astbury, near Congleton, has a raft of shops housed in old barns. There's everything from a tattoo parlour to a beauty salon, yoga studio, toy shop and even a BBQ shop to be found in the various different units on the site which is free to visit. There are a range of farm animals at the site - with goats and pigs in the main barn that you can feed with the purchase of a bag of feed from the farm shop. Outside there is also a field full of lovely alpacas, miniature ponies, donkeys and sheep. Many of the animals have been rescued, or are on long term loan to the farm.See the Story

New restaurant and bar set to open in this Chester foodie hotspot

POCO aims to offer an informal and relaxed dining experience, with a choice of small plate options, along with an array of drinks. The restaurant and bar is on Faulkner Street in Hoole, which is already a thriving area. Adam Wallace and Rhea Jordan feel particularly proud to be opening their first restaurant together in the place where they live.See the Story
Macclesfield · Macclesfield

Rare chance to run 'super' pub popular with walkers and real ale fans

The current landlady of the Church House is looking for the right person to take over as she eyes retirementSee the Story

Shopping centre turns empty retail units into NHS services and a boxing gym

Runcorn Shopping City has secured NHS services and a boxing gym to set up operations. The boxing club has been in the centre for over a year, but continues to grow in popularity and size. The NHS Service will offer Ophthalmology, Paediatric and Adult Clinics, Audiology and Dietetics.See the Story

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