Archive for September, 2017

Nantwich Town slip to home defeat at hands of Ashton United

Nantwich Town slip to home defeat at hands of Ashton United

By Steve Sharman
Two goals from winger Matty Chadwick saw visiting Ashton United claim all three points as Nantwich Town slipped to a 3-2 defeat at the Weaver Stadium.

Chadwick opened the scoring after ten minutes before captain Mark Lees doubled the lead soon after with the former then netting a second half penalty to give the visitors a three goal lead.

September 24, 2017 0 comments Football, Nantwich Town, Sport
Nantwich accountants Barringtons to run free ‘pay less tax’ roadshows

Nantwich accountants Barringtons to run free ‘pay less tax’ roadshows

Accountants in Nantwich are taking to the road in a bid to help businesses cut costs and pay less tax.

Barringtons Chartered Accountants has teamed up with regional Chambers of Commerce to stage free roadshows.

September 23, 2017 0 comments Business, Business
Burst water main causes chaos in Nantwich town centre

Burst water main causes chaos in Nantwich town centre

A burst water main flooded Beam Street in Nantwich, causing chaos for drivers and shoppers.

The incident happened at around 8am today on Beam Street, close to the Oatmarket and Swinemarket area.

September 23, 2017 0 comments Environment, Human Interest, Incident, News

imitating the dog – Nocturnes at Axis Arts Centre, Crewe

5 October 2017 7.30pm Axis Arts Centre http://www.axisartscentre.org.uk/?ai1ec_event=imitating-the-dog-nocturnes Nocturnes is a multi-media twist on a 50s spy thriller, set during the height of the cold war. Two operatives holed up in a Berlin apartment in the Russian Zone await instructions. As time passes their relationship to each other and to the orders they receive from their superiors falls apart. Performed[Read More…]

September 22, 2017 0 comments Listings
Axis Arts Centre launches 2017 season of theatre, poetry and dance

Axis Arts Centre launches 2017 season of theatre, poetry and dance

South Cheshire venue Axis Arts Centre has kicked off a new season of theatre, poetry and dance.

The venue, which has an uncertain future with the impending closure of Crewe’s MMU campus, will be opening to the public once more.

Nantwich man flies out to help hurricane victims on British Virgin Islands

Nantwich man flies out to help hurricane victims on British Virgin Islands

A Nantwich man has teamed up with a charity to help the hurricane-hit communities of the British Virgin Islands.

Danny Roberts, 35, was flown out to the Caribbean with Team Rubicon UK as they provide relief to thousands of people.

September 22, 2017 0 comments Environment, Human Interest, News

Poetry Open Mic

Free poetry open mic on Saturday 14th October 4.30 – 7.00pm at Market Street church, Nantwich. Hosted by Crewe and District Writers Circle. Refreshments available.

September 21, 2017 0 comments Listings
Canadian band The Fugitives to play at Church Minshull Village Hall

Canadian band The Fugitives to play at Church Minshull Village Hall

Award-winning Canadian folk band The Fugitives are to perform at Church Minshull Village Hall next month.

The band has toured 12 countries, and been nominated for multiple Canadian Folk Music Awards and has appeared at Glastonbury.

Police hunt teenagers after knife attack in South Cheshire bowling alley

Police hunt teenagers after knife attack in South Cheshire bowling alley

Police are hunting teenagers after a knife attack on a South Cheshire bowling alley employee.

Detectives want witnesses to the serious assault at Phoenix Leisure Park in Crewe to come forward.

September 21, 2017 0 comments Crime, Incident, News
A500 dual carriageway plan unveiled for public consultation

A500 dual carriageway plan unveiled for public consultation

Plans are now being unveiled to dual the final stretch of the A500 between Shavington bypass and the M6.

Cheshire East Council is to launch a public consultation on the proposals which will involve widening the current single carriageway stretch between the roundabout at the B5472 and the new dual carriageway section near the M6, junction 16.

September 21, 2017 2 comments Environment, Human Interest, News
‘Asian Serendipity’ exhibition opens at Nantwich Museum

‘Asian Serendipity’ exhibition opens at Nantwich Museum

“Asian Serendipity”, an exhibition by Aneta Talbot, has opened in the Your Space Gallery at Nantwich Museum.

The display features a myriad of images taken during recent travel across Asia focused on Singapore, Thailand, Cambodia, India and Sri Lanka.

September 19, 2017 1 comment Arts & Entertainment, What's On & Reviews
Electro 80s to stage live charity show in Nantwich

Electro 80s to stage live charity show in Nantwich

Popular 1980s electronica tribute band Electro 80s is to stage a fund-raising concert at the Studio nightclub in Nantwich this weekend.

The show, on Friday September 22, will feature massive 80s hits by bands such as Depeche Mode, Yazoo, Gary Numan, Duran Duran, Ultravox, Devo, Soft Cell and The Human League.

Anger as thieves swipe historic war memorial plaques from Bunbury church

Anger as thieves swipe historic war memorial plaques from Bunbury church

Angry villagers have appealed for help after heartless thieves stole historic war memorial plaques from a church in Bunbury near Nantwich.

Police say the brass plaques were prised off the gates outside St Boniface Church last weekend.

September 19, 2017 0 comments Bunbury, Crime, Human Interest, News, Village News