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Leighton Hospital makes Eye Care Centre changes

Leighton Hospital makes Eye Care Centre changes

Nantwich patients will see changes made to the entrance and waiting area of Leighton Hospital’s Eye Care Centre. The Eye Care Centre’s reception will be relocated and merged with the waiting area of the Ear, Nose and Throat (ENT) department.

March 17, 2012 0 comments Health, News
A530 road closed near Nantwich after lorry and car collision

A530 road closed near Nantwich after lorry and car collision

Hundreds of Nantwich drivers faced traffic chaos when the busy A530 Middlewich Road was closed after an accident with a lorry and a car. The accident happened close to the Rising Sun pub in Wistaston, on the outskirts of Nantwich.

March 16, 2012 3 comments Latest, News
Nantwich Elim Church to host history event at Regents Park

Nantwich Elim Church to host history event at Regents Park

Regents Park in Nantwich will be welcoming residents to find out more about the history of the site. The event, called “Rediscovering Regents”, will take place in the chapel of the former bible college off London Road on Friday March 23 from 7.15pm to 9.30pm.

Brine Leas pupils enjoy London outing at Commonwealth Service

Brine Leas pupils enjoy London outing at Commonwealth Service

Pupils from Brine Leas School in Nantwich enjoyed a memorable day out in London at the Commonwealth Day Service. The group of youngsters won tickets to the service at Westminster Abbey on Monday, and took advantage of the occasion to do some sight-seeing!

March 15, 2012 0 comments Latest, News, Schools & Colleges
Nantwich fire crews stage charity car wash at Beam Street station

Nantwich fire crews stage charity car wash at Beam Street station

Nantwich residents are being urged to take their cars to the town’s Beam Street fire station rather than the car wash on March 24. That’s because local firefighters, fire cadets and volunteers will be out with their buckets and sponges to help raise money for The Fire Fighters Charity.

Creation Station target Nantwich families with Easter fun sessions

Creation Station target Nantwich families with Easter fun sessions

Award-winning business Creation Station is staging fun sessions for Nantwich families this Easter. The creative arts and crafts company is holding sessions on the Thursdays during school holidays, April 5 and April 12.

Review: Moscow State Circus at Crewe Lyceum

Review: Moscow State Circus at Crewe Lyceum

By Claire Faulkner I  can’t remember the last time I went to a circus, and what few memories I do have include the ring-master with his top hat and being scared by the clown. So when The Moscow State Circus came to Crewe this week, I decided to go along and see how things had changed.

Sentencing of Peckforton Castle arsonist groom delayed

Sentencing of Peckforton Castle arsonist groom delayed

The sentencing of a groom guilty of sparking a massive fire at Peckforton Castle near Nantwich has been delayed. Max Kay has pleaded guilty to arson after he set fire to the attraction in June 2011 during his own wedding.

March 14, 2012 0 comments Crime, Latest, News
Nantwich mum celebrates Crufts triumph with Havanese dog

Nantwich mum celebrates Crufts triumph with Havanese dog

A Nantwich mum is celebrating after scooping top prizes at the prestigious Crufts dog show. Mother-of-four Lesa Miles triumphed with her Havanese dog Tanika in the Junior Bitch category and in the Reserve Best Bitch.

March 14, 2012 0 comments Human Interest, Latest, News
Couple jailed for “sex tapes” blackmail of Cheshire man

Couple jailed for “sex tapes” blackmail of Cheshire man

A couple who blackmailed a Cheshire man over sex tapes and photographs have been jailed. Suzanne Norbury, 26, and her partner Shaun Dykes, 49,  (pictured) pleaded guilty to blackmail at an earlier hearing.

March 13, 2012 0 comments Crime, Latest, News
Reaseheath College and local schools team up for rabbit project

Reaseheath College and local schools team up for rabbit project

Reaseheath College’s rabbits and guinea pigs should be jumping with joy after students made special toys to keep them entertained. Animal management students at the Nantwich college have created enrichment boxes for the bunnies from cereal packaging and kitchen roll tubes with hay, shredded paper and healthy treats.

Willaston village sign to make way for new flower feature

Willaston village sign to make way for new flower feature

Residents in Willaston are bloomin happy after council bosses agreed to move the village sign to make way for a new flower bed. The ‘Willaston’ road sign at the junction of Wistaston Road and Crewe Road will be moved so a flower feature can be planted at one of the main entrances to the village.

March 12, 2012 0 comments Environment, Latest
Fire crews spend 24 hours tackling barn blaze near Nantwich

Fire crews spend 24 hours tackling barn blaze near Nantwich

Fire crews spent 24 hours tackling a large barn blaze near Nantwich. The fire started in a barn which contained 30 tonnes of hay bales, animal feed and farm machinery off the A49 Cholmondeley Road, in Cholmondeley, Nantwich.

March 12, 2012 0 comments Latest, News