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Reaseheath College and cheese detective host Italian students

Reaseheath College and cheese detective host Italian students

A cheese detective and dairy experts at Reaseheath College joined forces to give Italian visitors a taste of the region’s artisan cheeses. Peter Papprill, of Pendrill Foods in Chester, was at the Nantwich college to show students what the north west has to offer.

March 29, 2012 0 comments Business, Latest, News, Schools & Colleges
Nantwich Sainsbury’s staff raise thousands for Sport Relief

Nantwich Sainsbury’s staff raise thousands for Sport Relief

Staff at a Nantwich supermarket teamed with local businesses to raise money for Sport Relief. Employees at Nantwich Sainsbury’s, on Middlwich Road, organised a whole week of activities in and out of the store.

March 29, 2012 0 comments Business, Human Interest, Latest, News
Nantwich carpark on former gasworks site to close from April 12

Nantwich carpark on former gasworks site to close from April 12

Nantwich’s former gas works site will be closed off to the public from April 12, Cheshire East Council said today. Closure of the land, used by many as a free car park off St Anne’s Land, is to allow investigatory work to take place.

March 28, 2012 1 comment Environment, Latest, News
Match report: Nantwich Town 4 Rushall Olympic 1

Match report: Nantwich Town 4 Rushall Olympic 1

By Ashley Houghton Dave MacPherson grabbed a brace as Nantwich closed the gap on eighth place Rushall Olympic to one point at the Weaver Stadium. The Dabbers fell behind to a Mitchell Tolley penalty but MacPherson’s double and goals from Rod McDonald and Tom Urwin earned a convincing 4-1 win.

March 28, 2012 0 comments Latest, Nantwich Town, News
Danger dog warning for Brookfield Park users in Nantwich

Danger dog warning for Brookfield Park users in Nantwich

A park user has warned residents to be wary of dangerous dogs after he was attacked twice in Nantwich’s Brookfield Park. The 62-year-old victim said he was walking along the footpath outside Brookfield House when one dog charged at him and began barking and jumping to try and bite him.

March 28, 2012 0 comments Environment, Human Interest, Latest, News
Nantwich Access to HE student scoops top regional award

Nantwich Access to HE student scoops top regional award

Two students from South Cheshire College have good reason to celebrate after scooping prestigious accolades against the odds. Thomas Uda, of Nantwich, and Corina Scanlan-Messamare, of Alsager, are over the moon after winning Access to HE Open College Network West Midlands Region awards.

March 28, 2012 0 comments Latest, News, Schools & Colleges
Police extend bail for Nantwich man arrested over A530 death

Police extend bail for Nantwich man arrested over A530 death

A Nantwich man arrested in connection with the A530 road death of pensioner Michael Betts has been re-bailed by Cheshire Police. The 21-year-old was arrested after Mr Betts, 74, was killed when he was hit by a van as he was walking along Middlewich Road, Nantwich, near Alvaston Hall Hotel.

March 27, 2012 0 comments Crime, Latest, News
Nantwich recruitment firm boss clocks up 500 jobs

Nantwich recruitment firm boss clocks up 500 jobs

The manager of a Nantwich recruitment firm has marked her 10th anniversary with the company – by clocking up 500 jobs found for local people. Karen Dennis’ decade-long service at Meadowbank Associates has seen her place candidates in permanent roles from admin assistants to senior management posts.

March 27, 2012 0 comments Business, Latest, News
Review: Malbank School performs ‘Stags and Hens’

Review: Malbank School performs ‘Stags and Hens’

By Claire Faulkner Students at Malbank School in Nantwich have worked incredibly hard over the last few months to produce and perform ‘Stags and Hens’. A sell out on the first night, the entire cast and crew should be proud of their performance and achievement.

Nantwich recycling youngsters undergo Cheshire East training

Nantwich recycling youngsters undergo Cheshire East training

Junior Recycling Officers in Nantwich and Crewe have been working hard to boost recycling and save energy. More than 177 primary school pupils from across Cheshire East have taken part in special training days this month.

March 26, 2012 0 comments Environment, Latest, Schools & Colleges
New Cheshire Police ‘Upbeat’ site for Nantwich teenagers

New Cheshire Police ‘Upbeat’ site for Nantwich teenagers

Teenagers and young adults in Nantwich are being urged to use a new Cheshire Police website called Upbeat. The site has been designed to give advice and information to people aged between 16 and 20.

March 26, 2012 0 comments Crime, Human Interest, Latest, News
Reaseheath College students plant Queen’s Jubilee bluebells

Reaseheath College students plant Queen’s Jubilee bluebells

College students in Nantwich have planted thousands of bluebells to mark the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee celebrations. Ten students from Reaseheath College planted 5,000 bulbs alongside the Crewe to Nantwich Greenway in Wistaston.

Bunbury ward Cllr Michael Jones new Cheshire East Conservative leader

Bunbury ward Cllr Michael Jones new Cheshire East Conservative leader

Bunbury ward Cllr Michael Jones has been elected as the new leader of the Conservative Group on Cheshire East Council. He is now being tipped as new Leader of Cheshire East Council when councillors choose who will take over from Cllr Wesley Fitzgerald on May 16.

March 23, 2012 0 comments Latest, News