Issue 11 - Out now!Articles in this month's issue include: The Eisteddfod, Chester Castle, Artist Profile: Ian Fennelly, Dine with Wine & Swine, The Butterfly, Save £s and lose lbs, And more...Pick up your copy from local businesses today! See bottom of page for details of pick up points around the region.
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Chester & Wrexham Tribune
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Our aim is to provide you with a magazine that covers interesting facts, events and articles about Chester, Cheshire & North Wales.
The City and the surrounding areas are steeped in history, filled with culture and contain a veritable feast of restaurants and shops. We want to present this in a way that reflects the quality of the area and the people that live in it. This magazine is available free of charge as we think it is priceless and we hope that you agree.
Copies of the magazine are delivered to selected homes around Chester, Wrexham & North Wales or can be collected from a number of quality businesses who would be more than happy for you to call in to pick up a copy every month and see what they have to offer as well! This magazine is provided free of charge courtesy of the advertisers within the magazine, please support them as they are all lovely people running independent business and they would love to know that you saw their advert in the magazine.
We hope you enjoy the magazine and we would love to hear from you with articles, events, news and experiences from your life in the area.
The Tribune team
We are a small independent magazine serving the community around Wrexham, Chester & North Wales.
Established in 2010 our first edition came out in July and we produced a magazine every month until recently when we changed to a bi-monthly publication to offer even better value for our advertisers. We try to include articles about the local history and events while also including items from further afield into North Wales. We also like to mix in a few articles on general topics to keep the magazine flowing in an interesting way.
We are funded solely by the advertisers that we get into the magazine so if you are enjoying it then please use their services so that we can continue to produce the Tribune for you. Please get in touch if you have any ideas that you think we would be interested in or you would like to help out in any way.Comments (0) | Hits: 94
Don't Forget the Dance!
The wedding first dance can be a spine-chilling moments in a prospective groom, or even bride, to be’s life. The realization that they will have to stand up in front of all their friends and family and dance with all eyes on them can make even the most confident person tremble.More » Comments (0) | Hits: 615
Potty in Farndon
Willie Carter is artistic, energetic and a prolific potter. His Farndon studio is testament to this fact with shelves filled with bowls, mugs and plates highly decorated in his unique style.
Chirk Castle by Steve CrossMore » Comments (0) | Hits: 636
In the 13th century, England and Scotland were separate nations and Wales was striving for independence. Rebellion and uprisings were never far away. The English Sovereign of the day would appoint strong and trusted nobles, known as Marcher Lords, and build castles and other fortifications, to protect Englands’ borders with the two countries.
Walking the Sandstone Trail
FOR WALKERS AND THEIR FAMILIES, there’s no better place to be at the height of summer or on a crisp winter’s day than high on Cheshire’s central sandstone ridge. Only a few miles away from the compact walled city of Chester, the ever-popular Sandstone Trail is the ultimate ‘Cheshire Way’.More » Comments (0) | Hits: 766
Watergate StreetMore » Comments (0) | Hits: 674
Watergate Street in Chester is a veritable Antiques Roadshow. This picturesque street runs from the cross at the centre of Chester and continues West until it meets the Watergate, a red sandstone Grade I listed building.
When I grow Up
A goal without a plan is just a wish’?– Antoine de Saint-ExuperyRead more... Comments (0) | Hits: 1076
I’d love a gap year. I can’t remember ever hearing about that possibility when I was a teenager but it features heavily in the lives of many children these days.
Incey Wincey Spider
As the dark nights draw in it is not uncommon to hear a shriek from somewhere in the house, (often the bathroom) followed by the words “help there’s a spider in here”. Yes, those little cuties with their hairy little legs, that seem to propel them at a much greater speed than we could ever run, have decided to come back indoors again with a vengeance.Read more... Comments (0) | Hits: 863
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I guess I’m lucky: my job frequently allows me to sample memorable and diverse delights from around the world of wine.
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