Archive for July, 2017

South Cheshire Chamber of Commerce unveils 2017 business awards

South Cheshire Chamber of Commerce unveils 2017 business awards

South Cheshire Chamber of Commerce has set out on its search for the best people and businesses of 2017 ahead of a glittering awards ceremony at Crewe Hall.

The Chamber Business Awards, now in their 21st year, offer businesses a chance to gain major recognition at the event.

July 26, 2017 0 comments Business, Business
Nantwich student hopes to build on national recognition in bricklaying contest

Nantwich student hopes to build on national recognition in bricklaying contest

Nantwich student Jack Shakeshaft will be hoping to build on his bricklaying success – after scooping second place in a national competition.

Jake, 20, a student at South Cheshire College, put his skills to the test in the Bricklaying category at the SkillBuild competition in Birmingham.

Full scale of repairs needed on closed A530 Middlewich Road emerge

Full scale of repairs needed on closed A530 Middlewich Road emerge

Highways engineers say they are working as fast as they can to complete repairs on the A530 Middlewich Road in Nantwich.

A burst water main near junction with Colleys Lane caused ‘significant’ damage, and it could see the main road closed for up to eight weeks.

Thousands expected at Nantwich Show on Dorfold Park

Thousands expected at Nantwich Show on Dorfold Park

Organisers are expecting another full house at the popular Nantwich Show tomorrow – despite less than favourable weather forecast.

Thousands will descend on Nantwich Showground at Dorfold Park tomorrow morning for the annual event.

Nantwich Town groundsman Peter Temmen nominated for award

Nantwich Town groundsman Peter Temmen nominated for award

Nantwich Town’s highly-rated groundsman Peter Temmen has been nominated for another award.

Peter was the groundsman of the year winner in 2015 for his category, and was nominated again in 2016.

July 25, 2017 0 comments Football, Nantwich Town, Sport
Hundreds enjoy fun and games at Worleston Fete

Hundreds enjoy fun and games at Worleston Fete

By Jonathan White
Hundreds of families enjoyed fun and games at Worleston Fete at St Oswald’s Worleston Primary School.

Worleston Rose Queen 2017 Bethan Roberts arrived for her crowning with attendants in a Cadillac Eldorado luxury car to spectacular music and visitors waving their Union Flags.

Nantwich Town defeat National League side Wrexham in friendly

Nantwich Town defeat National League side Wrexham in friendly

Nantwich Town notched a fine win over National League side Wrexham AFC at the Weaver Stadium.

The Reds had won their previous five pre-season matches but lost by a Jordan Davies goal to the Dabbers.

July 24, 2017 0 comments Football, Nantwich Town, Sport
Wistaston Rose Queen raises more than £5,000 for Diabetes UK

Wistaston Rose Queen raises more than £5,000 for Diabetes UK

Retiring Wistaston Rose Queen Emma Horne has presented a cheque to Diabetes UK for more than £5,000.

Emma, 15, who was crowned Rose Queen in June 2016, raised an amazing £5,121 through various activities over the past 12 months.

July 23, 2017 0 comments Village News, Wistaston
Reaseheath College to host Cancer Research UK’s Race for Life

Reaseheath College to host Cancer Research UK’s Race for Life

Cancer Research UK’s Race for Life will be held at Reaseheath College in Nantwich this September.

Now organisers are urging more local women to sign up to take part with 12 weeks to go until the big day.

Malbank School students show kitchen skills in Ready Steady Cook contest

Malbank School students show kitchen skills in Ready Steady Cook contest

Students at Malbank School and Sixth Form College in Nantwich showed off their culinary skills when they hosted a Ready, Steady, Cook fun food event.

The group worked with the school’s caterers Chartwells, who are part of the Compass Group and who have won a number of school catering contracts in Cheshire East.

Nantwich students’ dementia garden earns silver medal at RHS Flower Show

Nantwich students’ dementia garden earns silver medal at RHS Flower Show

A show garden created by Nantwich students to support a charity appeal for Leighton Hospital has won a silver gilt medal at RHS Flower Show Tatton Park.

The ‘Remember Me Garden’ is part of Mid Cheshire Hospitals Charity’s ‘Everybody Knows Somebody’ Dementia Appeal.

Superheroes enjoy their day out at Dorfold Hall in Nantwich

Superheroes enjoy their day out at Dorfold Hall in Nantwich

Superheroes took over at Dorfold Hall in Nantwich for a special day out which raised a staggering £10,000.

More than 1,000 people flocked to the Superheroes Picnic in aid of The Donna Louise Children’s Hospice and Ray of Hope.

Nantwich Rotary helps create 381 global jobs

Nantwich Rotary helps create 381 global jobs

The Rotary Club of Nantwich has helped create more than 380 jobs in some of the poorest parts of the world thanks to a partnership with Lendwithcare.

The initiative has also supported 1,521 entrepreneurs and helped 5,200 family members.

July 21, 2017 0 comments Business, Business