Archive for March, 2017

Nantwich law firm Hibberts backs event to help families plan future

Nantwich law firm Hibberts backs event to help families plan future

Law firm Hibberts LLP backed a special event aimed to help people plan for their future and how to fund it.

The ‘mythbuster’ afternoon held at the Methodist Church in Nantwich, comes as the Ministry of Justice is set to impose probate fees of up to £20,000 from May.

March 28, 2017 0 comments Business, Business
Reaseheath College boss made Fellow of Royal Agricultural Society

Reaseheath College boss made Fellow of Royal Agricultural Society

Reaseheath College Principal Meredydd David MBE has been made a Fellow of the Royal Agricultural Society.

The honour, bestowed at the House of Lords by Rosie Carne, current chairman of the RAgS Council, is in recognition of services to farming community and in the development of agricultural education.

2,000 riders join Cheshire Cat Sportive event in Paul Mooney’s memory

2,000 riders join Cheshire Cat Sportive event in Paul Mooney’s memory

By Jonathan White
More than 2,000 riders took part in the ‘Cheshire Cat Sportive’ cycling event in memory of former Nantwich student Paul Mooney.

Participants were able to park and register at the nearby South Cheshire College, then move to the start/finish line.

March 27, 2017 0 comments Charity news, Human Interest, News
Nantwich businesses shortlisted for Taste Cheshire Awards 2017

Nantwich businesses shortlisted for Taste Cheshire Awards 2017

A number of Nantwich an Crewe businesses have been shortlisted in the Taste Cheshire Awards.

A record number of votes have been cast in the 18th annual hospitality awards, with the winners announced at a ceremony on April 19 at Chester Racecourse.

March 27, 2017 0 comments Business, Business
“End of Life” event to be staged in South Cheshire

“End of Life” event to be staged in South Cheshire

A South Cheshire centre is staging an ‘End of Life’ showcase event to help families plan for futures without loved ones.

What’s Happening on North Street is partnering with local businesses and organisations for the event on Thursday April 6.

Bank Corner beat Wistaston Ath with late Presidents Cup winner

Bank Corner beat Wistaston Ath with late Presidents Cup winner

Division One Bank Corner beat Premier Division Wistaston Ath 3-2 with a last minute goal in the Presidents Cup.

Bank reached the semi-finals with a brace from Jordan Southwell and a third by Sam Revell.

March 26, 2017 0 comments Football, Sport
Rio medalist Bryony Page helps Wrenbury gym celebrate 25 years

Rio medalist Bryony Page helps Wrenbury gym celebrate 25 years

Nantwich Olympic medalist Bryony Page returned to her roots to help Wrenbury’s Wingate Centre celebrate 25 years.

The silver medal-winning trampolinist took part in a bounce-a-thon with youngsters as part of the anniversary celebration.

March 25, 2017 0 comments Aston & Wrenbury, Village News
Appeal for St John Ambulance volunteers in South Cheshire

Appeal for St John Ambulance volunteers in South Cheshire

Leaders at St John Ambulance are appealing for new volunteers to step forward and train as first aiders in South Cheshire.

No prior first aid or volunteering experience is required as full training will be given by existing volunteers and trainers at a regular weekly meeting.

March 25, 2017 0 comments Charity news, Health, News
Nantwich Town unbeaten run ended in 2-0 defeat by Whitby

Nantwich Town unbeaten run ended in 2-0 defeat by Whitby

Nantwich Town fell to just their second home league defeat in their last 16 as they lost 2-0 against Whitby Town at the Weaver Stadium.

Phil Parkinson’s men had been protecting a 14 game unbeaten league run against the Seasiders who are on the edge of the play offs.

March 25, 2017 0 comments Football, Nantwich Town, Sport
Nantwich Rotary to stage musical night to help Nepal earthquake victims

Nantwich Rotary to stage musical night to help Nepal earthquake victims

Rotary Club of Nantwich is to stage a musical night at the Nantwich Town FC to raise funds for victims of the tragic Nepal earthquakes.

More than 9,000 people died and 22,300 were injured in the disasters which struck two years ago in April 2015.

Wistaston tennis players raise “Red Nose Day” cash for Comic Relief

Wistaston tennis players raise “Red Nose Day” cash for Comic Relief

By Jonathan White
Members of Wistaston Jubilee Tennis Club organised a Comic Relief fund-raising activity at their club on Church Lane in Wistaston.

They held a ‘Wistaston Red Nose Day’ doubles tennis tournament in which players paid a donation to play.

March 24, 2017 0 comments Village News, Wistaston
Nantwich property firm Martin & Co scoops major industry gong

Nantwich property firm Martin & Co scoops major industry gong

Property specialist Martin & Co is celebrating another industry award for its letting services in Crewe and Nantwich.

The firm was named as finalist in the ‘Franchise of the Year’ award scheme coming second overall to an office in Oxford where turn-over is bolstered by strong property demands.

March 23, 2017 0 comments Business, Business
Nantwich art publisher unveils partnership with Joshua Tree charity

Nantwich art publisher unveils partnership with Joshua Tree charity

Nantwich art firm Blutulip Publishing has teamed up with children’s cancer charity The Joshua Tree to launch The Life Tree painting.

Every copy of The Life Tree sold, a donation of £5 will be made to the charity which supports families living with the childhood cancer.

March 22, 2017 0 comments Business, Business