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New pathway boosts safety for Nantwich school pupils

New pathway boosts safety for Nantwich school pupils

Nantwich schoolchildren will be safer thanks to a new pathway in the town, say councillors. The £60,000 route linking Taylor Drive and Edmund Wright Way will allow pupils to walk safely to Malbank School and Sixth Form College and Millfields Primary School.

April 18, 2012 0 comments Environment, News, Schools & Colleges
Florist lands dream cake job at Cheerbrook in Nantwich

Florist lands dream cake job at Cheerbrook in Nantwich

Devoted Debbie Dodd spent years training for a career in floristry – only to discover she was allergic to flowers! Now the 41-year-old is bringing in the dough at her new job – as a cake baker in Nantwich.

April 18, 2012 0 comments Business, Human Interest, Latest
Rare Paul McCartney photo to fetch £15,000 at Nantwich auction

Rare Paul McCartney photo to fetch £15,000 at Nantwich auction

A photo of Paul McCartney by wife Linda which featured in a London exhibition of her work, could sell for £15,000 at a Nantwich auction. The image “Paul, Venice”, first displayed 10 years after Linda’s death, goes under the hammer at auctioneers Peter Wilson on Thursday April 19.

Nantwich dad’s London to Paris ride for Railway Children charity

Nantwich dad’s London to Paris ride for Railway Children charity

A Nantwich dad is saddling up to pedal nearly 180 miles from London to Paris in aid of Cheshire-based charity Railway Children. Kostia Medovnikov, from Stapeley, is taking on the huge challenge in the hope of raising £1,300 for the charity, which was founded in Nantwich.

April 17, 2012 0 comments Charity news, Human Interest, Latest
Nantwich mum and daughter invited to Queen’s garden party

Nantwich mum and daughter invited to Queen’s garden party

A Nantwich mum and daughter have been invited to join the Queen at her Royal Garden Party in Buckingham Palace. Olwyn Payton, the PR assistant for Nantwich Sainsbury’s, received the invite in honour of her community and charity work.

April 17, 2012 0 comments Charity news, Human Interest, Latest, News
Nantwich Town “sorry” after fine and point deduction upheld

Nantwich Town “sorry” after fine and point deduction upheld

Nantwich Town have been found guilty and fined by the FA for breaching a rule over a player signing. The club had failed to comply with a procedural rule concerning the signing of Brian Summerskill, the FA concluded.

April 16, 2012 0 comments Latest, Nantwich Town, News
Nantwich energy firm’s lead role in Anglesey biomass project

Nantwich energy firm’s lead role in Anglesey biomass project

An energy conservation firm in Nantwich has been at the forefront of a £500,000 biomass project at a luxury hotel on Anglesey. Tre-Ysgawen Hall Country House Hotel and Spa is thought to be the first hotel in Wales to harness the power of biomass fuel for heating.

April 16, 2012 0 comments Business, Environment, Latest, News
Wardens launch dog mess crackdown in Willaston, Nantwich

Wardens launch dog mess crackdown in Willaston, Nantwich

Council wardens have launched a crackdown on dog owners in a Nantwich village who fail to clean up after their pets. They are targeting Willaston after a series of complaints from residents about dog fouling on the streets and playing fields.

April 16, 2012 4 comments Environment, Latest, News
Nantwich Museum displays work of town’s school pupils

Nantwich Museum displays work of town’s school pupils

Nantwich Museum is displaying the artwork of youngsters from across the town who took part in a competition. The exhibition is being held in the Community Gallery and runs until May 26.

Pair found not guilty of murdering Nantwich man John Iveson

Pair found not guilty of murdering Nantwich man John Iveson

A jury has acquitted two men of the murder of Nantwich businessman John Iveson. Mark Done and Paul Billington were today (April 13) found not guilty of the murder of Mr Iveson, whose has never been found after he disappeared in January 2007.

April 13, 2012 0 comments Crime, Latest, News
Keeping In Touch firm aims to help Nantwich elderly living alone

Keeping In Touch firm aims to help Nantwich elderly living alone

A new service aimed at helping elderly and house-bound people has been launched by three entrepreneurs near Nantwich. Peter Beckett, Nicola Hopwood-Clarke and Ian Hopwood hope their Keeping In Touch Network will improve lives of the elderly and less mobile.

April 13, 2012 0 comments Business, Latest, News
Residents invited to £1.4million Nantwich Pool redesign event

Residents invited to £1.4million Nantwich Pool redesign event

Nantwich residents can attend an information event to air their views on Nantwich Pool’s redesign and refurbishment. People will get the chance to discuss the £1.4 million project with those working on the scheme at the Wall Lane facility.

April 13, 2012 0 comments Community Events, Environment, Latest, News
Ginger & Pickles in Nantwich earns Award for Excellence

Ginger & Pickles in Nantwich earns Award for Excellence

A Nantwich tearoom has earned an Award for Excellence in The Tea Guild’s Top Tea Place 2012 awards. The accolade means Ginger & Pickles, based on Mill Street, is now recognised as one of the best of its kinds in Britain.

April 13, 2012 1 comment Business, Latest, News