Education

There are more than 150 schools in Cheshire West, including nursery schools, infant schools, primary schools, secondary schools, special schools and a pupil referral unit. There are also colleges such as West Cheshire College, the College of Law and Sir John Deane's College and the University of Chester.

Kelsall teenager Alex Staniforth safe after avalanche on Mount Everest

Alex is shaken but safe at Camp 1 after reports that earthquake in Nepal leaves more than 400 dead

Election 2015: We ask James Laing

We put five questions to the Eddisbury Labour candidate

Election 2015: We ask Stephen Mosley

We put six questions to the Chester Conservative candidate

Election 2015: We ask Stephen Ingram

The new Parliamentary candidate for Chester for Ukip Steve Ingram
We put six questions to the Chester Ukip candidate

Election 2015: We ask Chris Matheson

We put six questions to the Chester Labour candidate

Schools

Kelsall teenager Alex Staniforth safe after avalanche on Mount Everest

Alex is shaken but safe at Camp 1 after reports that earthquake in Nepal leaves more than 400 dead

Beth Tweddle to judge Claire House Hospice dance competition

Dancing on Ice champion to sit on the other side of the desk

Election 2015: We ask Stephen Ingram

The new Parliamentary candidate for Chester for Ukip Steve Ingram
We put six questions to the Chester Ukip candidate

University of Chester

Election 2015: We ask Stephen Mosley

We put six questions to the Chester Conservative candidate

Election 2015: We ask Stephen Ingram

The new Parliamentary candidate for Chester for Ukip Steve Ingram
We put six questions to the Chester Ukip candidate

Election 2015: We ask Chris Matheson

We put six questions to the Chester Labour candidate

Colleges

Call to make Chester a watersports powerhouse

Plans for a £2.5m river sports hub are unveiled

Lord Prescott shows his support for Ellesmere Port and Neston Labour parliamentary candidate

Former Deputy Prime Minister joins Justin Madders on campaign trail

Ellesmere Port remembers the Hillsborough 96

A town's charity event will again raise money for the Hillsborough Family Support Group

Public Schools

Beth Tweddle to judge Claire House Hospice dance competition

Dancing on Ice champion to sit on the other side of the desk

BBC Songs of Praise contest for Chester school choir

Queen’s School choir set for TV stardom again

Call to make Chester a watersports powerhouse

Plans for a £2.5m river sports hub are unveiled

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