Guardian Review: 9th November 2023

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As Chappleford residents celebrate postcode lottery win, the search for James Miller continues

The new Warrington and Knutsford Guardian papers have hit the news stands and this week, Ian caught up with Deputy Editor Gareth Dunning to find out what’s in this week’s paper.

Cockhedge Centre

Parts of Warrington’s Cockhedge Centre are to be demolished, with a view to redeveloping the site fit for the modern age.

Though ASDA will remain, 16 units will be demolished – including the Wilco store and the bridge which crosses Scotland Road.

Wider plans could see as many as 900 homes being built on the site.

James Miller

On 22nd December 2020, James Miller from Slater Street in Latchford went missing – and despite the efforts of his sister Emma and the wider community, he hasn’t been seen since.

His story has made it to national TV – it was recently featured on Channel 5’s Vanished.

As a reminder, anyone with information please contact Cheshire Police on 101 quoting reference:  IML 880492

You can also report online here.

Chappelford Residents Celebrate Lottery Win

And a good news story to end as residents of Fernleigh Gardens in Chappleford celebrate winning £1m in the Postcode Lottery!

Read all about it in this week’s Guardian!

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