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Olivia Pilling Lymm Pictures

In october last year the artist olivia pilling held her exhibition ‘the north’ here at collect art and produced 60 incredible paintings depicting the north of england in all its glory.

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New library opens its doors at Lymm primary school

A new library has been opened in the entrance at Ravenbank Primary School, on Pepper Street.

The new facilities, unveiled during a ceremony and day of celebrations last week, have been funded by the school’s parents and teachers association through a range of events since September.

And members of the PTA joined year six children in school for the official opening.

The highlight of the PTA’s fundraising year will be a bookworm ball at The Mere Golf and Country Club on Saturday which will have a...

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Lymm woman gives up law to sell pet food

And after learning just how poor standard dog food is for nutrition, Amy decided to set up her own healthy pet food business.

The 32-year-old, of Rosebank in Lymm, quit her job as a lawyer working in personal injury claims and set up Tilly’s Choice, named after her miniature Yorkie.

She said: “We had to take Tilly to the emergency vet as she wasn’t able to go to the loo. She’s always been fussy, so we gave her cat food and meals we ate ourselves.

“The vet asked what she’d been eating and explained ...

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Video of Lymm at its Best

A new video of Lymm Dam and the Bridgewater Canal.

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Ready to run in High Legh

The 2015 High Legh Robert Moffat Memorial 10k takes place on March 1 and with two weeks to go more than 100 runners have been taking part in training events to run the route.

To help with race preparation Lymm Runners has once again held its free From zero to 10k training course starting in the run-up to the race. Many of those racing have also taken part in two ‘Run The Route’ events held on Sunday, February 8 and Sunday, February 15.

Now in its eighth year the race , organised by a successful...

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Music star blows away the competition

Elliot Gresty, from Lymm, won through in the Lions Club contest in Lancaster.

The 19-year-old has played his featured instrument, the clarinet, for 11 years and hopes to build a career as a professional musician.

A former pupil at Manchester’s Chethams School of Music, he was backed in the contest by Birchwood Lions. He also studied piano for a short period before specialising in the clarinet.

Runner up was Sara Hall, from Salford Quays.

Judge Howard Rogerson said: “Both Elliot and Sara were...

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