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South Cheshire Collectors Car Club

Celebrating our 30 year Anniversary in 2018. We welcome owners and enthusiasts of a wide range of vehicles from the very old through classics, young timers, kit cars and anything of interest to our social events, attending various motoring related shows and club meetings held on the last Monday of the month (except Bank Holidays) at The Sacred Orchard pub[Read More…]

January 31, 2018 0 comments Listings

‘Valentine Tea Dance’, Crewe (Sat 10-2-18)

A ‘Valentine Tea Dance’ takes place at St Andrew’s Church, Bedford Street, Crewe on Saturday 10th February 2018. Come and dance or just enjoy the music and watch the dancing (sequence, ballroom, Latin, ‘walk throughs’ and spot prizes). Doors open at 2:30pm with dancing until 5pm. Pay on door £4 (includes tea). For further information please contact 07908819848.

January 25, 2018 0 comments Listings

Who’s Wine is it Anyway ?

Whose Wine is it Anyway’ is a fun and interactive wine tasting evening with a twist, raising money for Mid Cheshire Hospitals Charity – Everybody Knows Somebody Dementia Appeal. Join us for an evening of fun, fizz and fundraising on Friday 11th May 2018 In the Garden Room, Richmond Village, Nantwich, CW5 6LZ Glass of Fizz on arrival, 6 taster[Read More…]

January 22, 2018 0 comments Listings

Highfields Family Fireworks Display

Celebrate Chinese New Year at the Blitz Family Fireworks Display at Highfields Academy, Cumberland Ave, Nantwich. Gates open 18.00 Display 19.15 Pre-sale – £4 per person On the gate – £5 per person. Under 4’s free. Wristbands available from school office. For details, email [email protected]

January 18, 2018 1 comment Listings

Acton Church Opens For Hot Drinks and Buttered Toast !

If you are visiting the Battle of Nantwich on January 27th 2018 – Don’t forget the history associated with St Mary’s Church, Acton (Where the Battle Fields can be found!). As Fairfax’s forces marched on Acton, Col Richard Gibson deployed four Royalist regiments of infantry to meet them. The Royalists fell back to Acton Church where Col Gibson surrendered to[Read More…]

January 16, 2018 1 comment Listings

Acton Church Open for Hots Drinks and Buttered Toast!

If you are visiting the Battle of Nantwich on January 27th 2018 – Don’t forget the history associated with St Mary’s Church, Acton! As Fairfax’s forces marched on Acton, Col Richard Gibson deployed four Royalist regiments of infantry to meet them. The Royalists fell back to Acton Church where Col Gibson surrendered to Fairfax. Many of the Officers took refuge[Read More…]

January 10, 2018 0 comments Listings