Staff from a South Cheshire weight loss centre...
A marina in Nantwich will soon be hosting free boat trips and water activities for disabled and mobility impaired residents.
The Overwater Wheelyboat Project aims to buy a specially-built boat with wheelchair, walking frame and walking stick access for people.
A Nantwich woman is to stage a bike ride with pro cyclists in aid of the charity, Mind.
Rachel Lowe hopes the ride will raise sponsorship so she keen can also compete in the London Marathon in aid of the mental health charity.
A popular bar and restaurant in Nantwich has closed its doors suddenly.
The Wilbraham Arms, on Welsh Row, was closed yesterday (February 23) without any notice.
A Nantwich teenager campaigning for more life-saving defibrillators in his school, is calling on people to help the town’s British Heart Foundation shop.
Harrison Lunt took two boxes of books to the charity shop on High Street after discovering they are desperately short of donations to sell.
Thousands of people will be gathering in Nantwich for the popular Reaseheath College lambing weekends.
For the next two weekends, the college will be opening its doors for people to enjoy the lambing and the campus zoo.
Staff from a South Cheshire weight loss centre have helped raise more than £230 for the MRI scanner appeal at Leighton Hospital.
Jeff and Becky Dean, Dean Sidley and Lucy Miller, of Crewe Weight Loss Centre, offered people health advice using a medical grade body composition scanner in return for a donation to the MRI Scanner Appeal.
A South Cheshire firm which provides short-term SME funding, is celebrating its fifth anniversary and hitting the £30 million lending milestone.
Creative Capital, based in Tarporley, offers facilities like selective invoice finance, trade finance and bad debt protection on a tailored basis.
By Richard Scott
Nantwich Town women’s team manager Jon Swift is looking forward to get back on the training pitch ahead of next season as his side looks to join a local league.
Swift, who joined the team at the start of this season, said recruitment was going well but would like to have more players in the squad.
Villagers fighting plans for 146 homes in Willaston are celebrating after a High Court overturned an appeal.
A judge has ruled that proposals by Richborough Estates for the homes off Moorfields should be thrown out.
The Heritage Opera is returning to Nantwich Civic Hall next month, with its production “La Traviata”.
This version of Verdi’s tragic love story, considered to be the most popular opera ever and set to a beautiful and instantly recognisable score, takes place on Monday March 16.