The journey began in September 2007 with our first magazine, the Woolston Courier. From there, we have expanded to connect with communities in Padgate, Paddington, Bruche, Walton, Stockton Heath, Winwick, Croft and Culcheth. We couldn't have done it without the support from all the advertisers, readers, contributors and of the course the deliverers! So thank you to everyone who has helped over the years! We can't wait to see what the next ten years bring...
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A YOUNG entrepreneur who believes in paying his way in the world has set up a business – restoring old trainers.
Tom Davies became a sole trader after collecting a triple Distinction* in BTEC Business following two years at Priestley College.
Shoe Shine Boy Restoration already has a two-month waiting list and Tom is repairing two pairs of sneakers every week.
More than 370 local primary school children have enjoyed taking a walk on the wild side and raised almost £1500 for the RSPB as part of a Guinness Book of Records attempt.
Upton Heath Church of England Primary School in Cheshire were contacted by Walk for Wildlife to take part in a world record attempt for the most primary school children walking at the same time and to raise money for a wildlife charity at the same time. All the children, with the help of the School Parliament Members, had a secret vote and decided to use the opportunity to raise money for the RSPB.
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