Cllr Linda Holt tells Jane Lomas about the gang of peacocks that ran amok in Bramhall.
Matthew Gilbert reviews the week’s events in the Cheshire County Cricket League for our local clubs, and looks forward to the weekend’s fixtures.
Should legal highs be banned? Simon is joined by Martin McClean of MOSAIC to find out more about New Psychoactive Substances, whilst Cllr Chris Murphy and Leader of Stockport Council Sue Derbyshire debate the matter. Jane speaks to 91 year old Kenneth Brooks from Bramhall, who was first on the scene at the crash which killed Polish Prime Minister Wladislaw Sikorski in 1943. Plus, the News Review of the Week.
Wayne Jones, Chairman of Governors at Stockport Technical School, tells Simon why the “ground breaking” free school is being forced to close after just two years. Plus former first team coach Dan Millen on the demise of Stockport Sports. Also, Bramhall South & Woodford councillor Paul Bellis on his defection to UKIP — and a response from local Conservative leader Cllr Syd Lloyd.
Marple is the focus for this week’s Stockport Cricket Scene as Andy Searle assesses their season as Stockport’s leading club and also chats to their legendary former wicketkeeper Tommy Hodson. He also reports on a great evening in prospect at nearby Hawk Green this monday when the club’s 1st XI will be taking on an England legends team captained by Michael Vaughan.