FAMILY FUN DAY
A FAMILY fun day and dog show will take place on Sunday.
The event will raise money for a number of Macclesfield charities, including Windyways, Ollie’s Army and East Cheshire Hospice, plus Macmillan Cancer Care.
It will be held between 11am and 4pm on Sunday, May 14, at Macclesfield Town Football Club.
The day will include a bouncy castle, pony rides, funfair, crazy golf, petting zoo, trade stalls, refreshments and a visit from the club’s mascot Roary the lion.
The winner of Cheshire Silk FM’s Pet Idol will also be crowned.
Entry costs £2 for adults, children go free.
To enter the pet idol competition go to silk1069.com or go to Pet Food Supplies on Moss Lane, Macclesfield.
The event runs from 11am until 4pm.
A MISSING woman was found 40 miles away after a search operation by police.
The police helicopter hovered above the town on Saturday night combing the area for a 22-year-old woman who went missing from a house in Rainow.
Police received reports of concerns for the woman’s welfare at around 10.20pm on Saturday (May 6).
Officers combed the area on the ground while a helicopter from NPAS (National Police Air Support) searched from above.
The woman was found safe and well about two hours later in the Bolton area.
A MOBILE cooking unit caught fire in a warehouse.
Firefighters were called to the fire in a commercial unit on Shrigley Road, Bollington around 6.30am on Sunday, May 7.
Two firefighters in breathing apparatus used a hose reel jet to put out the fire and the cooking unit was removed outside.
The area was then damped down.