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December issue of Inspire Cheshire is now live

This month’s Inspire Cheshire content, brought to you by Cullimore Dutton, is now live.

We’ve got a chat with Joanna Lumley, one of the stars of a new Netflix drama premiering in January and which has been filming at Arley Hall in Cheshire.

We hear from local author Sian Hughes whose debut novel was longlisted for The Booker Prize, and two sisters who are expanding the successful fashion business they launched during the pandemic.

There’s also an update on the amazing ultra-endurance athlete Sean Conway, who we interviewed a few months ago, on how he has gone global since smashing records.

We’ve also got ideas for lots of festive things to do in the area this month. Sign up now for free to read it at www.inspirecheshire.co.uk

November issue of Inspire Cheshire is now out

The November edition of Inspire Cheshire is now live on the website with lots of interesting articles, competitions and news stories.
This month, we’ve got an interview with the The Sandbar Seafood Shack Chester chef who is serving the freshest and most exciting seafood in Chester Market – and we’re offering a prize to dine there for Inspire Cheshire readers.
We talk to Bense Burnett about the oH Collective and the foundation’s creative vision for Chester.
And we find out what kept Chester RUFC’s Guy Ford going during his epic 114 mile fund-raising run from the city to Abersoch.
As ever, we’ve also got lots of ideas for things to do in the region over the coming weeks.
There are also details about the next Inspire Cheshire Luncheon Club which is being held on December 5th at The Forge Restaurant in Chester, which has just won 2 AA Rosettes for Culinary Excellence. Book your place now!
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Read the October issue of Inspire Cheshire

The October edition of Inspire Cheshire is now live on the website with lots more interesting articles, competitions and reader offers.

This month, we tell the story of Cheshire business woman Geraldine Marks who has created her own range of amazing seasonings called Herby Hog. Geraldine is offering two prizes for Inspire Cheshire readers.

We chat to permanent make-up artist Charlene Baker about her business and how she is seeing an increase in the number of men seeking aesthetic treatments.

We profile Great British Bake Off contestant Dan, who lives in Cheshire with his wife and two children, and is proving a big hit on this year’s show.

Cathy Pettingale, Director of Operations for KidsBank, spoke at the latest Inspire Cheshire Luncheon Club where she asked for your help to collect toys, clothes and toiletries for children living in poverty in Cheshire this Christmas.

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In this month’s Inspire Cheshire, we tell the story of Cheshire paratriathlete Lizzie Tench who recently battled gale force winds to climb Yr Wyddfa (formerly Snowdon) in her wheelchair.

We’re tickled by a new exhibition in Liverpool celebrating the life of Sir Ken Dodd and we have a profile on TV anchor Clive Myrie who will be appearing at Chester Cathedral tomorrow to talk about his journey from a paperboy to a BBC star.

We talk to Jeremy Jordan, a director at Changing Home, one of the best-known estate agents in Chester. Changing Home is offering readers of Inspire Cheshire the chance to win two £50 vouchers for a meal at the popular Italian family restaurant La Fattoria, which is very close to their office in Lower Bridge Street.

We’re also giving you the chance to win a pair of tickets to listen to Countryfile star Julia Bradbury talking about the power of nature following her treatment for breast cancer. She’ll be appearing at Birkenhead School in Oxton, Wirral, on Wednesday.

There are also details about the next Inspire Cheshire Luncheon Club which is being held on October 3rd at Brasserie Abode in Chester.