If you want to know what’s happening and where in the Chester area, there’s only one place you need to look - your weekly edition of The Chronicle.

Established in 1775 the Chester Chronicle - whose parent company is Trinity Mirror - is the only paid for newspaper solely dedicated to the Chester area. The detailed coverage of local news and events has helped establish it as market leader.

To celebrate the continuing success of The Chronicle, we are offering readers the chance to win one of five prizes of £100 to spend at Argos

If it is happening in Chester, you’ll find it in The Chronicle which every week provides unrivalled coverage of:

Breaking news - whether it’s crime or incidents on the area’s roads, The Chronicle constantly monitors what is going on via the emergency services to bring our readers up to date.

Council news - important decisions affecting communities around Chester are made by Cheshire West and Chester Council every week and The Chronicle makes sure everyone in the borough is kept informed as to what is happening

Health news - Whether it’s developments at the Countess of Chester Hospital or the health authorities covering the Chester area, if it is significant, you’ll find it in The Chronicle.

Your Views - If you have something to say, the place to say it is our Letters pages every week in The Chronicle.

Sport - Whether it’s news and reports from Chester FC, the progress of the Cheshire Phoenix basketball team, the achievements of West Cheshire Athletics Club, you’ll find reports and pictures in the sports pages.

To be with a chance of winning, fill out and submit the form below. If you have any problems with the form please email your answer, full name, and contact details to newsroom@cheshirenews.co.uk.

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