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Just imagine what it could do if we had better transport systems – more employment opportunities, more people better off, more support for public services.” Of the nine prospective rail services listed in the project, two would provide ‘key opportunities’ to create a ‘Mid Cheshire and WCML intersection station with seamless interchange’.These are the Warrington to Stafford Service, via Hartford, Winsford and Crewe, and the Mid Cheshire service, linking Chester to Manchester as well as reopening the Middlewich Branch for passenger services down from Northwich to Sandbach.
“But I’m guessing I probably see people involved in it, and I’m blind to it.Visitors to it spend approximately 68 seconds on each pageview and a total of two minutes on the site each day, and it has a relatively good traffic rank in the city of Manchester (#6,010).The site's visitors view an average of 1.7 unique pages per day.It is absolutely of paramount importance that the connectivity is there.“In a whole variety of different ways, [HS2] is going to provide a transformational experience along the existing routes and connecting onto existing routes.” But campaign group Mid Cheshire Against HS2 says the benefits of connectivity in the north can be brought without HS2, which would provide faster links to London. Graham Dellow said: “This prospectus is assuming that HS2 goes ahead.DCI Ankers explained that a key problem for Cheshire is the rise of county lines – where organised crime groups in big cities use youngsters to deal drugs in more rural areas. She goes to buy drugs, and the county lines team finds out she is vulnerable. Before you know it, her house is the drug dealing location and she’s unable to leave her home.
He told the committee how county lines teams draw in vulnerable people by getting them addicted to drugs, waiting until they get into debt, and forcing them to repay that debt by dealing drugs. “It’s not until we send officers round and you have people jumping out of the first floor window that she’s able to get out.” DCI Ankers also told the committee that drug dealing in prisons is a major issue – including at HMP Risley, in Warrington.
RADCLIFFE film-making legend Danny Boyle has teamed up with anonymous graffiti artist Banksy to make an 'alternative nativity' for BBC Two.
Oscar-winning director Boyle travelled to the West bank town of Bethlehem to make the hour long film after he was asked by Banksy to help him stage an 'Alternativity' in "the least Christmassy place on earth," - the car park of Banksy's hotel.
Patients will sometimes tell us they are out of prison or going to court, but other than that people don’t divulge what is happening.” Judith Burbidge, director of neighbourhoods and wellbeing at Weaver Vale Housing Trust, added: “I know about this because my front-line staff are talking about it.
“I know we’ve got some of these county lines in our area.
Everybody from CEC down, and up, and sideways, has grand plans and there is no money for it – this is the issue.