Archive for July, 2016

Protection policies vital for Brexit future, says Nantwich finance boss

Protection policies vital for Brexit future, says Nantwich finance boss

Business Feature
Protection policies could be more important as we head towards an uncertain economic Brexit future. We spoke to Paul Gilchrist, director of County Financial Services in Nantwich, to help readers understand options available.

July 19, 2016 0 comments Business, Business
Nantwich man celebrates hole in one at Open venue Royal Lytham

Nantwich man celebrates hole in one at Open venue Royal Lytham

A Nantwich golfer scored his first ever hole-in-one – at Open Championship venue Royal Lytham St Anne’s!

Tim Jackson achieved the feat on the very first hole at Lytham – the 197-yard par three.

July 19, 2016 0 comments Other sports, Sport
Wistaston Singers stage fund-raising church concert

Wistaston Singers stage fund-raising church concert

By Jonathan White
The Wistaston Singers performed a fund-raising concert at St Stephen’s Methodist Church in Crewe.

Phil Houghton was musical director and also introduced each song and soloist.

July 19, 2016 0 comments Village News, Wistaston
103-year-old Nantwich author tells his story to Brine Leas student

103-year-old Nantwich author tells his story to Brine Leas student

By Annie-Mae Walker
An 103-year-old author met a Nantwich student to talk about his amazing life story.

Allan Whatley brought his wisdom and spirit to Redshift Radio in Nantwich where he met Brine Leas work experience student Annie-Mae Walker.

Nantwich town centre home targeted by burglars

Nantwich town centre home targeted by burglars

Nantwich police are warning residents to be wary after burglars targeted a town centre home.

It’s believed the property was broken into in the early hours yesterday (July 17).

July 18, 2016 0 comments Crime, Incident, News
Millard & Lancaster opens new store in Tarporley

Millard & Lancaster opens new store in Tarporley

Luxury gift retailer Millard & Lancaster has opened a new store in Tarporley.

The Shrewsbury-based boutique lifestyle interiors, gift store and art gallery, opened its doors on Saturday (July 16).

Nantwich firm Graham Heath wins Eddie Stobart contract

Nantwich firm Graham Heath wins Eddie Stobart contract

Nantwich company Graham Heath Construction has won a contract with Eddie Stobart to build a large-scale industrial unit.

The unit will house a new biomass-boiler and woodchip store for one of the largest logistics firms in the UK.

July 18, 2016 0 comments Business, Business
Young Cheshire explorer unveils Everest book in Nantwich event

Young Cheshire explorer unveils Everest book in Nantwich event

A young Cheshire adventurer will be unveiling his new Everest book in Nantwich.

Alex Staniforth’s book Icefall chronicles his experience tackling Mount Everest, and surviving a devastating avalanche.

July 17, 2016 0 comments Human Interest, News
Nantwich Town in thrilling 3-3 pre-season draw with AFC Fylde

Nantwich Town in thrilling 3-3 pre-season draw with AFC Fylde

By Jack Jones
Nantwich Town battled out a thrilling 3-3 draw with Conference North side AFC Fylde.

The Dabbers’ latest pre-season encounter saw the hosts race into a 3-0 lead at the Weaver Stadium.

July 17, 2016 0 comments Football, Nantwich Town, Sport
Nantwich Museum lighting project funded by grants

Nantwich Museum lighting project funded by grants

Nantwich Museum has shed new light in its amazing displays – thanks to a newly installed lighting system!

LED lights are now enhancing the display of artefacts and exhibitions to improve visitor experience.

July 16, 2016 0 comments Environment, Human Interest, News
Tarporley restaurant Pesto scoops TripAdvisor honour

Tarporley restaurant Pesto scoops TripAdvisor honour

Staff at Tarporley restaurant Pesto are toasting their success after being named top performer by TripAdvisor for the fifth consecutive year.

Pesto at Cabbage Hall, on Forest Road, has received the 2016 TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence.

July 16, 2016 0 comments Business, Business
Bus operators take on Nantwich routes after GHA demise

Bus operators take on Nantwich routes after GHA demise

Bus operators like D&G have stepped in to maintain services after GHA Coaches went in to administration.

Public services across South Cheshire were thrown into chaos after the company announced it was ceasing all operations on July 13.

Nantwich councillors call for crackdown on fly-posting in town

Nantwich councillors call for crackdown on fly-posting in town

Town councillors are to explore bylaws in a bid to crackdown on fly-posting in Nantwich.

Many organisers use posters, notices and flyers on windows, walls, lamp-posts, and phone boxes to promote events.