Archive for September, 2016

Review: ‘One Man Star Wars Trilogy’ at Crewe Lyceum

Review: ‘One Man Star Wars Trilogy’ at Crewe Lyceum

By Claire Faulkner
In a theatre not too far away, science fiction fans were treated to an evening of top entertainment when internationally-acclaimed ‘One Man Star Wars Trilogy’ came to Crewe Lyceum.

Directed by T J Rowe, and written and performed by Charles Ross, the trilogy relives the classic first three Star Wars films in just one hour.

September 26, 2016 0 comments Theatre Reviews, What's On & Reviews
Beeston Castle to stage popular Autumn Fair

Beeston Castle to stage popular Autumn Fair

A celebration of autumn comes to Beeston Castle and Woodland Park on October 1 and 2.

The English Heritage castle near Nantwich celebrates its annual Autumn Fair with falconry displays, music, foraging, local craftsmen, wildlife groups, and even a dog show.

Cheshire Police improves ‘Stop and Search’ after inspection

Cheshire Police improves ‘Stop and Search’ after inspection

Cheshire Police has improved its use of ‘Stop and Search’ after failing to comply with several features of the scheme.

Her Majesty’s Inspector of Constabulary carried out a revisit inspection into Cheshire’s “Best Use of Stop and Search” (BUSS) Scheme.

September 25, 2016 0 comments Crime, News, Politics
Ten Plus @ Nantwich exhibition opens at museum

Ten Plus @ Nantwich exhibition opens at museum

The ‘Ten Plus @ Nantwich’ exhibition has opened at Nantwich Museum on Pillory Street.

It is an exhibition of contemporary textile art by northern-based textile art collective Ten Plus Textiles.

Wrenbury Village Hall to stage Bernard Wrigley concert

Wrenbury Village Hall to stage Bernard Wrigley concert

Wrenbury Village Hall will host a concert by popular performer and TV star Bernard Wrigley.

‘An Evening of Songs, Stories and Silliness with The Bolton Bullfrog’ takes place on Saturday October 1.

September 25, 2016 0 comments Aston & Wrenbury, Village News
Nantwich Town held to 1-1 draw by high-flying Hednesford

Nantwich Town held to 1-1 draw by high-flying Hednesford

By Jack Jones
Nantwich Town made it six unbeaten as they battled to a 1-1 draw against promotion candidates Hednesford Town.

The draw also earned the Dabbers their first home league point of the season.

September 25, 2016 0 comments Football, Nantwich Town, Sport
Teenage tennis star George bids to step up to LTA tournaments

Teenage tennis star George bids to step up to LTA tournaments

A teenager who swept the board at the Wistaston Jubilee Tennis Club (WJTC) Finals Day, has set his sights on LTA tournaments.

George Raiswell, aged 15, won the men’s singles and the men’s doubles at the Wistaston Memorial Hall & Community Centre on Church Lane.

September 25, 2016 0 comments Other sports, Sport
Cheshirati authors event planned for Nantwich Library

Cheshirati authors event planned for Nantwich Library

Cheshire authors will be gathering at Nantwich Library to chat to book fans about their work.

It’s the latest in a series of Cheshirati ‘readers events’ being held around the county.

Witters Field decision “undermines” Nantwich-Crewe green gap, warns councillor

Witters Field decision “undermines” Nantwich-Crewe green gap, warns councillor

The Government’s decision to allow 300 homes to be built on Witters Field in Wistaston, has undermined the Nantwich-Crewe green gap.

That was the warning from Cheshire East Councillor Ainsley Arnold.

September 24, 2016 2 comments News, Village News, Wistaston
Police warning over Stapeley and Bunbury shed and vehicle thefts

Police warning over Stapeley and Bunbury shed and vehicle thefts

Police in Nantwich have warned residents after a spate of shed thefts and vehicle crime.

PC Nicky Berry, of Crewe LPU Nantwich Beat, said there has been a rise in thefts from sheds and insecure vehicles in Nantwich town centre and Stapeley n recent weeks.

September 23, 2016 0 comments Bunbury, Stapeley, Village News
Young Nantwich musician embarks on musical marathon

Young Nantwich musician embarks on musical marathon

A young Nantwich musician has embarked on a musical marathon – performing 66 gigs in less than 60 days!

And Marc Gallagher, who is studying Music Technology at university, is continuing his ‘streak’ of shows at venues around the region.

September 22, 2016 1 comment Arts & Entertainment, What's On & Reviews
Muller Property appeals to High Court over Stapeley housing rejection

Muller Property appeals to High Court over Stapeley housing rejection

Muller Property has appealed against the Secretary of State’s decision to block plans for the 1,100-home ‘Nantwich South’ development in Stapeley.

Sources say Colin Muller has decided to continue his fight to build the scheme on land between Peter de Stapleigh Way, Broad Lane and London Road.

September 22, 2016 0 comments Environment, Human Interest, News, Politics
Third NanoCon entertains hundreds at Nantwich Civic Hall

Third NanoCon entertains hundreds at Nantwich Civic Hall

Hundreds of sci-fi fans flocked to Nantwich for the third NanoCon event at the Civic Hall.

The main hall featured a collectors market of stalls, selling collectable merchandise, hand-made goods and artwork, and ample autograph and photo opportunities with stars of TV and the movies.