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.

The scene after a head-on crash near Grosvenor Park on Thursday night updated

Chester head-on collision provides real-life drama for theatregoers

Woman arrested on suspicion of drink-driving following incident near Grosvenor Park

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The number of love locks is slowly creeping back at the Queen's Park suspension bridge in Chester

Chester suspension bridge love locks are making a comeback

Council monitoring romantic gesture as padlocks are potential health and safety hazard

Image for proposed log cabin development at Delamere Forest

Delamere Forest log cabins plan rejected by High Court

Forestry Commission defeated in bid to reverse decision by former communities secretary

Pro-busking campaigner Jonny Walker says council proposals would criminalise street performers in Chester. Picture by Anthony Beyga

Chester busking proposals could turn council into 'civic Simon Cowells' says campaigner

Pro-busking Jonny Walker fears public order bid will criminalise street performers

Campaigner calls to shed light on University Cathedral Free School move

Work has begun on Murlain House in Union Street, which will be the new home of the University Cathedral Free School from September

Chester Platinum Lounge lap dancing club waits for licensing decision

Future of city centre venue hangs in the balance

New Chester Wetherspoon's hopes to sell drink from 9am

The hotel, on Upper Northgate Street, has remained boarded up since it closed last August

Second student housing scheme proposed next door to Telford's Warehouse in Chester

Plans submitted for a 20-bed student complex in former Church of England offices

Ruby Wax

Ruby Wax addresses Chester conference promoting better mental health and wellbeing

Comedian and TV presenter Ruby Wax was at the city's Crowne Plaza Hotel

Cheshire West and Chester Council to get tough on legal highs, rough sleeping and begging

Busking will also be covered in the new Public Space Protection Order covering Chester City Centre, Newtown and Boughton

Deputy leader of Cheshire West and Chester Council Les Ford

Labour-led Cheshire West and Chester Council reintroduces free transport for children with special needs

Labour cabinet recommends reintroducing transport subsidy from September 2015

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