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Six men have been charged following an altercation outside a pub in Chester.
The incident occurred at around 1.30am on Friday 6 December.
A 29-year-old man from Chester and a 38-year-old man from Runcorn sustained minor injuries as a result of the altercation outside the Craft & Company pub in Watergate Row North.
James Lloyd, 27, Arron Hughes, 26, Andrew Dutton, 24, Jordan Coldray, 23, Declan Bradley, 23, and Brooke Goodwin, 20, have all been charged with violent disorder.
Coldray has also been charged with assaulting a person and causing them actual bodily harm.
Lloyd, of Tarvin Road, Boughton, Chester; Hughes, of Sandown Crescent, Manchester; Dutton, of Sycamore Drive, Chester; Coldray, of Liverpool Road, Moston, Chester; Bradley, of Winsford Walk, Burnley; and Goodwin, of Blacon Point Road, Chester; all appeared at Chester Crown Court on Friday 11 September.
They have all been released on bail and are set to return to the court on Monday 19 October.