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Nantwich Town new boy Elliott Osborne keen to impress

Nantwich Town new boy Elliott Osborne keen to impress

By Richard Scott
Nantwich Town new signing Elliott Osborne is delighted to return to the club following a spell at Evo-stik First Division South side Newcastle Town.

He trained with club on Tuesday and Thursday ahead of the trip to Matlock Town tomorrow (Saturday Feb 28).

February 27, 2015 0 comments Latest, Sport
Nantwich abuse victims to benefit from Cheshire Police funding

Nantwich abuse victims to benefit from Cheshire Police funding

Victims of domestic abuse and sexual violence in Nantwich are to benefit from over £70,000 of specialist services. The money has been earmarked by Government for a number of projects put forward by Cheshire Police and Crime Commissioner John Dwyer (pictured).

July 3, 2014 0 comments Crime, Latest, Politics
Nantwich man jailed for part in international cannabis crime gang

Nantwich man jailed for part in international cannabis crime gang

A Nantwich man who was part of an international criminal gang smuggling cannabis into the UK, has been jailed for eight years. Baan Klootwijk, 48, of London Road, was the co-owner of Baan Flower Trading, which fronted as a cover for importing boxes of cannabis.

July 3, 2014 0 comments Crime, Human Interest, Latest
Nantwich Fete to be annual event, organisers hope

Nantwich Fete to be annual event, organisers hope

The organisers of Nantwich Fete say they want to build on its success – by making it an annual event. Thousands filled the town centre at the weekend to enjoy the fete and Nantwich Skoolsfest 2014.

Nantwich Town delight in signing ex-Crewe Alexandra keeper Steve Phillips

Nantwich Town delight in signing ex-Crewe Alexandra keeper Steve Phillips

Nantwich Town boss Danny Johnson has hailed the capture of Crewe Alexandra goalkeeper Steve Phillips. The Dabbers manager has confirmed that a deal has been agreed and that Phillips will be officially signing for Nantwich Town Football Club on Tuesday.

June 28, 2014 0 comments Latest, Nantwich Town, Sport
Cyclist dies after horror A51 smash at Walgherton, near Nantwich

Cyclist dies after horror A51 smash at Walgherton, near Nantwich

A cyclist who was seriously injured in a road smash on the A51 near Nantwich has died in hospital, police confirmed. The 42-year-old was involved in a collision with a car close to the Boar’s Head pub on the A51 at Walgherton, south of Nantwich.

June 28, 2014 0 comments Incident, Latest
Level crossing barriers crash causes gridlock in Nantwich

Level crossing barriers crash causes gridlock in Nantwich

A crash which damaged level crossing barriers in Nantwich caused traffic gridlock in the town. Police are investigating the incident which witnesses say was caused by a vehicle driving through as the barriers were coming down at the crossing on Wellington Road.

June 28, 2014 0 comments Human Interest, Incident, Latest
Dog Watch scheme launched in Wistaston to tackle fouling problems

Dog Watch scheme launched in Wistaston to tackle fouling problems

A community “Dog Watch” scheme has been launched in Wistaston near Nantwich to encourage owners to be more responsible. And the scheme, launched by Councillors Margaret Simon and Jacquie Weatherill, has been backed by Hillside Veterinary Centre in Nantwich.

Nantwich students eye victory at Reaseheath College potato show

Nantwich students eye victory at Reaseheath College potato show

Students in Nantwich were feeling chipper after taking part in a First Early Potato Show at Reaseheath College. Thirty Royal Horticultural Society students showed their skills at growing the world’s favourite root veg – and were rewarded with praise from one of the county’s top judges.

Cheshire East Council defends Nantwich tennis courts closure during Wimbledon

Cheshire East Council defends Nantwich tennis courts closure during Wimbledon

Council chiefs have defended a move to close Nantwich tennis courts during Wimbledon fortnight, for “health and safety” reasons. Town councillors and residents criticised the move this week to rip up the three hard courts at Barony Sports complex, during one of the busiest periods of the year.

June 27, 2014 4 comments Environment, Latest, Other sports, Sport
Millfields Primary in Nantwich enjoys 50th birthday festival

Millfields Primary in Nantwich enjoys 50th birthday festival

Pupils at Millfields Primary and Nursery in Nantwich had a ball when they celebrated the school’s 50th birthday with a party that crossed the generations. Ex teachers Connie Jones, 78, and Angela Lloyd, 83, (pictured) joined youngest pupils Tia Smith and Isaac Knight in cutting a birthday cake.

Cheshire Band which played at D-Day commemoration, to perform in Nantwich

Cheshire Band which played at D-Day commemoration, to perform in Nantwich

By Jonathan White A Cheshire band which played at the D-Day commemorations in France, will be performing in Nantwich later this year. The Corps of Drums of The Cheshire Constabulary Band played in front of tens of thousands of spectators and millions who watched the D-Day commemorations on TV.

Sainsbury’s donates more than £7,000 to Nantwich’s Wingate Children’s Centre

Sainsbury’s donates more than £7,000 to Nantwich’s Wingate Children’s Centre

Wingate Children’s Centre near Nantwich has been boosted by more than £6,000 from the town’s Sainsbury’s store. A cheque for the record amount of £6,255 was handed to the centre’s manager Chris Bridgman, who is retiring after 11 years at the Wrenbury facility.