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Caffe Nero go ahead for new coffee shop in Nantwich

Caffe Nero go ahead for new coffee shop in Nantwich

Caffe Nero has been given full approval to open a new coffee shop on High Street in Nantwich. And developers believe the shop could attract 2,000 visits a week – despite competition from dozens of other similar outlets in the town.

June 22, 2012
Willaston gears up for 33rd World Worm Charming Championships

Willaston gears up for 33rd World Worm Charming Championships

The 33rd World Worm Charming Championships take place in Willaston, Nantwich, tomorrow (June 23). And the current wet weather could see record numbers of worms charmed from the ground.

June 22, 2012
Redshift Nantwich “Hub” event to raise money for One in Eleven Appeal

Redshift Nantwich “Hub” event to raise money for One in Eleven Appeal

A networking event for South Cheshire is to raise vital funds for the “One in Eleven Appeal”. The third All Day RedShift Hub Networking event is on June 28 at Nantwich Town FC’s Weaver Stadium.

June 22, 2012
Nantwich MP Timpson seeks diabetes talks with NHS leaders

Nantwich MP Timpson seeks diabetes talks with NHS leaders

Nantwich MP Edward Timpson is seeking talks with Cheshire NHS leaders in a bid to boost diabetes healthcare. Mr Timpson has backed calla by Diabetes UK for a national plan to improve the care of people with diabetes.

June 21, 2012
Roadworks on major Nantwich routes cause traffic chaos in town

Roadworks on major Nantwich routes cause traffic chaos in town

A number of roadworks on major routes in and around Nantwich have caused traffic chaos in the town. The main A500 nantwich bypass between Peacock (Crewe Road) and Sainsbury’s (Middlewich Road) roundabouts has been closed today (June 21) for resurfacing.

June 21, 2012
Nantwich Police to run surgery and bike marking in town square

Nantwich Police to run surgery and bike marking in town square

Nantwich Police are offering free security bike marking at an event this Saturday (June 23). Officers from Beam Street police station will be in Nantwich town square running a surgery between 10am and 1pm.

June 21, 2012
Nantwich pub to stage Classic Car rally for RP charity

Nantwich pub to stage Classic Car rally for RP charity

A Nantwich pub is to host a classic car rally in aid of charity. The Horse Shoe, in Willaston, is running the event this Sunday June 24.

June 21, 2012
Friends pay tribute to Nantwich road crash victim

Friends pay tribute to Nantwich road crash victim

A driver who died in a car accident on Marsh Lane in Nantwich has been named locally as Rob Brereton, Mr Brereton’s wife Mandy was seriously injured in the accident when the car collided with a tree close to the junction with Queen’s Drive.

June 21, 2012
College teams in Nantwich complete gruelling charity challenges

College teams in Nantwich complete gruelling charity challenges

Two teams overcame tough challenges to raise money for a Nantwich college’s RAG (Raising and Giving) charities. Reaseheath College’s Greg Otto, Lionel Smith, Nick Kennedy, Chris Mann and Natalie Gascoyne completed their own Olympics-style triathlon.

June 19, 2012
Crewe & Nantwich MP Timpson backs RNIB’s SOS campaign

Crewe & Nantwich MP Timpson backs RNIB’s SOS campaign

Crewe and Nantwich MP Edward Timpson helped to launch a new eye health campaign when he welcomed the RNIB to Parliament. The Royal National Institute of Blind People’s campaign Save our Sight (SOS) aims to highlight how 50% of sight loss is avoidable.

June 19, 2012
Police appeal for driver after man dies in Nantwich road smash

Police appeal for driver after man dies in Nantwich road smash

Police investigating the death of a Nantwich man in a road smash are trying to trace a motorist seen driving nearby at the time. A 36-year-old man died after his Kia car left the road at Marsh Lane, near the junction of Queen’s Drive, Nantwich, and hit a tree.

June 18, 2012
Nantwich residents urged to take up Nordic Walking

Nantwich residents urged to take up Nordic Walking

Nantwich residents are being urged to try a new activity to get fit – Nordic Walking. Taster sessions are being staged later this month and in July in a bid to persuade more people to get out during the summer.

June 18, 2012
Rope residents win double yellow lines battle at primary school

Rope residents win double yellow lines battle at primary school

Campaigners have won their fight to have double yellow lines on streets around a primary school in Wistaston. The lines are now on streets around Berkeley Primary School, Rope, and the traffic order will come into force on June 25.

June 18, 2012