The Sandbach & Middlewich edition of The Chronicle
(not to be confused with the Sandbach Chronicle
, which is a different newspaper altogether) is a weekly tabloid newspaper sold in the eastern Cheshire towns of Sandbach and Middlewich
, together with surrounding smaller towns and villages such as Holmes Chapel.
It was launched in 2007 as the result of a merger of the Sandbach sub-edition of the Crewe Chronicle, established in 1981, and the Middlewich Chronicle founded in 1964 and previously part of the Mid Cheshire Chronicle series. It’s published by Chester-based Trinity Mirror (Cheshire) Ltd, a branch of Trinity Mirror‘s North West & Wales division.
It has no website of its own; the link below is to the Crewe Chronicle‘s website. Likewise, it’s produced from the same editorial offices, in Crewe.
It comes out on Wednesdays. There’s also a companion freesheet, the Chronicle Xtra South Cheshire.
- Crewe Chronicle
32-34 Victoria Street
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