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Nantwich Litter Group appeals for more volunteers

Nantwich Litter Group appeals for more volunteers

Volunteers working for the Nantwich Litter Group have been producing positive results for the town. Now the group, coordinated by Nantwich Town Cllr John Lewis, is appealing for more help to build on the progress being made.

November 21, 2011 0 comments Environment, Latest, News
Nantwich pupils take part in college’s Sports Inclusion Day

Nantwich pupils take part in college’s Sports Inclusion Day

School children from Nantwich joined forces to take part in a multi-sport inclusion day at South Cheshire College. The event was co-ordinated by the Crewe and Nantwich School Sport Partnership and gave youngsters a chance to try activities and learn new skills.

November 21, 2011 0 comments Latest, Schools & Colleges
Fire crews tackle chimney blaze at Buerton home

Fire crews tackle chimney blaze at Buerton home

Fire crews were called out to a chimney blaze at a house in Buerton, Nantwich. They they arrived at the scene on Woore Road, the blaze had been put out.

November 19, 2011 0 comments News
The Cat radio’s Children in Need show raises £550

The Cat radio’s Children in Need show raises £550

Crewe and Nantwich residents showed their support for Children in Need by raising £552 at a fun-packed show organised by The Cat radio. The evening, at Crewe Alexandra’s function room at the Alexandra Stadium, was supported by the Street Dance Academy who wowed the audience with fantastic routines.

November 19, 2011 0 comments Human Interest, Latest
Crewe and Nantwich schools and colleges raise Children in Need funds

Crewe and Nantwich schools and colleges raise Children in Need funds

Kind-hearted fundraisers across Nantwich and Crewe have raised bucket-loads of cash for the BBC Children in Need. The annual event, which has a “Show Your Spots, Let’s Raise Lots” theme this year, has kept hundreds busy collecting vital donations.

November 18, 2011 0 comments News, Schools & Colleges
Stapeley Water Gardens jobs and site under threat

Stapeley Water Gardens jobs and site under threat

A cloud is hanging over the future of Stapeley Water Gardens in Nantwich, according to reports. Dozens of staff  at the London Road site are now fearing for their jobs after entering a 30-day consultation period with bosses.

November 18, 2011 1 comment Business, Human Interest, Latest
Nantwich Pool to get £1.4 million facelift

Nantwich Pool to get £1.4 million facelift

Nantwich Swimming Pool is to get a massive £1.4million facelift, it was announced today. A full review of the Wall Lane complex has been completed and funding has been agreed to make it a facility fit for the future.

November 17, 2011 1 comment Human Interest, Latest, News
Wistaston Holly Fair helps raise £1,500 for church

Wistaston Holly Fair helps raise £1,500 for church

Almost £1,500 was raised at Wistaston Holly Fair in Wells Green Methodist Church. The event, which attracted hundreds of people, included a raffle to win a hamper of fair trade goods.

November 17, 2011 0 comments Community Events, News
Richmond Village launch Christmas cuddly appeal for Wingate Centre

Richmond Village launch Christmas cuddly appeal for Wingate Centre

Richmond Village Nantwich staff have launched a cuddly toy appeal to collect furry friends and donate them to Wingate Centre. They have teamed up with charity champion Olywn Payton, who works ar Sainsbury’s in Middlewich Road, to run the appeal.

November 17, 2011 0 comments Human Interest, News
Police dog Will entertains South Cheshire College students

Police dog Will entertains South Cheshire College students

Staff and students at South Cheshire College were given a glimpse of life as a police dog at a special talk. PC Jason Lennox and dog Will, of the Cheshire Police Dog Unit, gave students from the Humanities and Applied Social Science (HASS) faculty an insight into their work.

November 17, 2011 0 comments Latest, Schools & Colleges
Missing pregnant South Cheshire woman found by police

Missing pregnant South Cheshire woman found by police

A heavily pregnant woman who went missing for six days has been found safe and well by Cheshire Police. An appeal was launched after Katherine Harriet Dillon (pictured), known as Katie, disappeared from her Crewe home.

November 16, 2011 0 comments Human Interest
Hundreds attend Wistaston Memorial Hall Remembrance Service

Hundreds attend Wistaston Memorial Hall Remembrance Service

More than 170 people attended the Service of Remembrance at Wistaston Memorial Hall. Residents, parish councillors, members of the Royal British Legion, Beavers, Cubs, Scouts and Explorers from the Wistaston 35th SWC Scout Group all turned out in force.

November 16, 2011 0 comments Community Events, News
Puppies dumped in cemetery saved by Nantwich team

Puppies dumped in cemetery saved by Nantwich team

Eight puppies dumped and left for dead in a cemetery have been hand-reared back to health by a team of Nantwich staff and students. The newborn pups were less than a day old when they were found abandoned in a cardboard box in Stoke-on-Trent.

November 16, 2011 0 comments Human Interest, Latest, Schools & Colleges