A community cinema project in Nantwich has been...
College workers in Nantwich are facing disciplinary measures – for filming their charity ice bucket challenge on college grounds.
Five members of staff at Reaseheath College were stunned to be told they were facing disciplinary proceedings after carrying out the fund-raising stunt performed by millions around the globe.
Nantwich Town has paid tribute to life vice president Neville Clarke, who has died aged 80.
Neville was a lifelong servant to his beloved Nantwich Town FC, a club he had supported since boyhood.
Five people charged in connection with the Red Lion horse abattoir in Nantwich are to escape prosecution.
The Food Standards Agency is to drop charges of alleged horse passport irregularities at the abattoir in Sound, near Wrenbury.
Nantwich Seals swimming club has been boosted by a Cheshire East Council grant of £3,000.
The council splashed the cash to help the club buy new equipment and keep fees down.
By Richard Scott
Nantwich Town captain Mark Jones says he relishes playing in different positions other than midfield.
Jones, who celebrated his 50th appearance for the Dabbers at the weekend, stepped into the back line after Adam Jones went off injured.
A community cinema project in Nantwich has been commended at the National Film Society Awards.
Nantwich Family Films @ 4 was hailed by film bigwigs at the event in Sheffield for the way it offers affordable family screen entertainment in a town without a cinema.
The Phones 4U store in Nantwich is to re-open again this week as an EE store.
The shop, on Pepper Street, was among hundreds to close when the company went into administration earlier this month.
Rookery Tavern and Wistaston Athletic both provided shocks in the 1st Round of the Crewe Regional League President’s Cup.
League One Wistaston Ath scored twice in extra time to beat Premier Division Ocean 4-3, with Rhys Potter (2), Adam Lee and Jordan Smith for Wistaton with Mark Parker, Rhys Holt and Jake Edge for Ocean.
Developers behind the latest plan to build 250 homes on land between Willaston and Nantwich say it will “benefit” the community.
They spoke out after strong reaction to a Stretton Ltd bid to develop a 28-acre plot of agricultural land between the A51 bypass, the railway line and Park Road in Willaston.
A Health and Wellbeing Fayre is being staged at Nantwich Civic Hall.
It’s one of two fayres to be staged by Crewe & Nantwich Senior Forum and backed by local housing provider Wulvern.