David Holmes

David Holmes

David Holmes is the Chester Chronicle Chief Reporter. He has a huge knowledge of the City and is always the first with the big Chester exclusives.

Cheshire Police

Huntington homeowner confronted by two burglars during afternoon raid

Victim left shocked and shaken after face to face encounter with intruders

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Cheshire Police

Huntington homeowner confronted by two burglars during afternoon raid

Victim left shocked and shaken after face to face encounter with intruders

Chester visit from Red Arrows brings flash of colour to city skyline

World-famous display team was using Hawarden Airport as base over the weekend

Police on Grosvenor Bridge investigate reports of a man jumping into the River Dee

WATCH: Chester Grosvenor Bridge jumper lives to tell the tale

Man leaps more than 30 feet into waist high water in the River Dee

Chester Tory chief Mike Jones survives leadership challenge after election defeat

Former council leader emerges triumphant after Cllr Mark Stocks put himself forward as alternative choice for local Conservatives

A Cheshire man has advertised in The Chronicle in the hope he may be able to walk naked in someone's garden

Cheshire naturist seeks garden to pursue his hobby

Married father asks for help so he can enjoy walking naked in the great outdoors

Chester Labour MP Chris Matheson back from his first week at Parliament

The city's new Member of Parliament talks to David Holmes about his hopes for the next five years and his first experience at 'Hogwarts'

The Marks and Spencer home and menswear store in Foregate Street, Chester, has now closed

Chester's River Island could move into old M&S store

Application from River Island to change shop front on unit closest to Frodsham Street

WATCH: Chester's £37m theatre project starts to take shape

RE:NEW project director Graham Lister takes chief reporter David Holmes behind the scenes of Chester's new cultural centre

Another fire broke out at Richmond Court in Chester

Chester homeless hostel suffers second fire in less than a month

Food left in cooker burst into flames at Richmond Court in Boughton

Huntington kiln fire causes thousands of pounds worth of damage to neighbour's house

Builders estimate cost of repairs could be as high as £40,000

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David Holmes
Chief News Reporter
David Norbury
Reporter
Carmella de Lucia
Reporter
Rachel Flint
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