FORMER Tremeloes singer Chip Hawkes (father to 90s pop sensation, Chesney), brings his band to perform some of the greatest music from the 60s, including their hits Silence is Golden and Here Comes My Baby.
The Class of ’64 also play hits by The Kinks, The Hollies and Smokie. Chip left the Tremeloes to manage his son Chesney in 1988, which paid off in 1991 with Chesney’s massive hit, The One and Only.
The Class of ’64 performing at Northwich Memorial Hall on Friday. Tickets priced £16.50 are available on 01606 834914.
SPECIALIST officers from Cheshire, together with colleagues from Merseyside and North Wales, are cracking down on travelling criminals in the run-up to Christmas.
Operation Fortress focuses on cross- border crime in the three areas and will see officers targeting professional criminals.
Activity will focus on security van hijacks and police will use Automatic Number Plate Recognition (ANPR) technology to stop criminals in their tracks.
The three forces will conduct stop checks on county borders and utilise roadblocks to take steps to disrupt those who want to use roads for illicit purposes.