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Nantwich Baby Fair to raise funds for One in Eleven appeal

Nantwich Baby Fair to raise funds for One in Eleven appeal

Mums-to-be, parents and their toddlers will be cramming into Nantwich Civic Hall for the popular Nantwich Baby Fair next week. The event on Saturday June 23 will feature a wide range of local baby and child related companies offering products, services and advice.

Nantwich farmer’s stark TB warning after 70 cows slaughtered

Nantwich farmer’s stark TB warning after 70 cows slaughtered

A Nantwich farmer has issued a stark warning over the deadly TB virus which has caused 70 of his cows to be slaughtered. Distraught Phil Latham blames badgers for spreading the disease after losing 10 per cent of his herd at Brookhouse Farm in Chorley, Nantwich.

June 15, 2012 1 comment Business, Environment, Health, Latest
Bankers help Nantwich care home create “Jubilympics” garden

Bankers help Nantwich care home create “Jubilympics” garden

Staff and residents at St Catherine’s care home in Nantwich have a new Jubilympics garden – thanks to a team of bankers. The Barony Road home welcomed Royal Bank of Scotland’s corporate banking team who created the feature in honour of the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee and the 2012 Olympic Games.

June 12, 2012 0 comments Business, Charity news, Latest, News
Marks & Spencer IS coming to Nantwich, confirms councillor

Marks & Spencer IS coming to Nantwich, confirms councillor

Marks & Spencer is committed to a new store in Nantwich, a town councillor confirmed. Cllr Arthur Moran said the retail giant is to open a new food outlet on the old Beam Street health centre site behind Nantwich Library, despite rumours M&S had pulled out of the development.

June 5, 2012 1 comment Business, Human Interest, Latest, News
More than 3,000 flock to Cheerbrook “Big Taste” event in Nantwich

More than 3,000 flock to Cheerbrook “Big Taste” event in Nantwich

A Nantwich farm outlet welcomed more than 3,000 visitors during their  “Big Taste” weekend. Cheerbrook, off Newcastle Road, Stapeley, staged the event to give visitors a taste of the best food and drinks produced locally.

June 3, 2012 0 comments Business, Human Interest, Latest
A500 and M6 junction works will boost Crewe and Nantwich jobs

A500 and M6 junction works will boost Crewe and Nantwich jobs

A new road layout off the M6 for Nantwich and Crewe could unlock the potential for new jobs in South Cheshire, council chiefs claim. Plans for the new road layout on the A500 approach and around junction 16 roundabout and slip roads could start this autumn.

May 23, 2012 1 comment Business, Environment, Latest, News
Street fun will boost Nantwich visitors, town council hopes

Street fun will boost Nantwich visitors, town council hopes

Nantwich Town Counil is hoping to welcome visitors to the town with a programme of street entertainment this summer. Councillors and retailers hope the events will enhance the shopping experience in the town centre.

Cheerbrook to stage Big Taste weekend at Nantwich outlet

Cheerbrook to stage Big Taste weekend at Nantwich outlet

A Nantwich farm outlet is staging a Big Taste weekend to celebrate the first anniversary of its new extension and coffee shop. Cheerbrook, on Newcastle Road, will celebrate the best food in Cheshire during the event on May 25 and 26.

May 10, 2012 0 comments Business, Community Events, Latest, News
Nantwich Town sponsors County Insurance scoops business award

Nantwich Town sponsors County Insurance scoops business award

County Insurance, sponsors of Nantwich Town FC, have scooped the 2012 East Cheshire Chamber Business of the Year title. The Crewe-based firm was one of around 160 companies up for an award at a ceremony at Cranage Hall.

May 3, 2012 0 comments Business, News
Vintage Handmade Fair takes place at Woore Victory Hall

Vintage Handmade Fair takes place at Woore Victory Hall

A vintage and handmade fair exhibiting the best artists and craftspeople in Cheshire takes place this weekend. Woore Victory Hall, in Woore, near Nantwich, will stage the event this Sunday May 6, from 10am to 4pm.

Nantwich Sainsbury’s says farewell to French workers

Nantwich Sainsbury’s says farewell to French workers

Nantwich Sainsbury’s store has said farewell to French students Chloe Chopin and Ninon Raymond at the end of their placements. The youngsters enjoyed five weeks of experience at the Middlewich Road store, and proved a hit with colleagues and shoppers.

April 30, 2012 0 comments Business, Latest, News
Nantwich college dairy student among top four in the UK

Nantwich college dairy student among top four in the UK

A Nantwich student is among four finalists in a national competition to find the UK’s most talented dairy students. Will Astley, of Reaseheath College, was shortlisted for the final of the Royal Association of British Dairy Farmers (RABDF) Dairy Crest Dairy Student of the Year.

April 27, 2012 0 comments Business, Latest, News, Schools & Colleges
Richmond Village Nantwich worker bids for national gong

Richmond Village Nantwich worker bids for national gong

A care home worker in Nantwich is in the running for a national award in her role as hospitality manager. Debbie Mercandelli, who works at Richmond Village Nantwich, travelled to London for the Great British Care Awards.

April 26, 2012 0 comments Business, Human Interest, News