A woman has been killed after being hit by a train...
It’s all things cheese in Nantwich today – as hundreds from around the world compete at the International Cheese Awards.
A giant marquee set up on Dorfold Park showground is hosting the world’s biggest cheese competition.
Cheshire Police officers have been rewarded at the annual Chief Constable′s Awards night.
Medals were given to officers for good conduct and 20 years′ service, while newly promoted sergeants were welcomed into new posts.
This is the devastation caused by a lorry fire which closed the A500 for most of yesterday (July 24).
These pictures show the after-math of the HGV blaze on the westbound side of the A500 between the A5020 and the Shavington turn-off.
A duck race at a marina near Nantwich has helped raise more than £2,500 for St Luke’s (Cheshire) Hospice.
Aqueduct Marina, at Church Minshull, sold more than 1,000 ducks at £2.50 each for the event.
A fascinating insight into Nantwich life during the First World War has been unveiled at Nantwich Museum.
“Nantwich and the First World War – the impact of war on a market town” is a new exhibition at the museum on Pillory Street.
A woman has been killed after being hit by a train on the line between Nantwich and Wrenbury.
The incident happened on the Shrewsbury to Crewe lineclose to Sound Lane, British Transport Police have confirmed.
The popular Teddy Bears Picnic is returning to Cholmondeley Castle next month – to help raise money for a children’s charity.
Organisers are hoping for a record-breaking event by smashing their £10K target when it takes place on August 24 near Nantwich.
By Jonathan White
A Willaston school pupil has landed a work placement with a difference.
Rhiannon Owen, 16, is heading to Tanzania in East Africa and is currently raising funds for the three-week trip.
By Richard Scott
Nantwich Town were beaten 3-2 away at Stafford Rangers in their latest pre-season test.
The Dabbers were beaten by a strike nine minutes from time in the five-goal thriller at Marston Road.