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£218,000 lottery grant to fund Community Agents in Nantwich villages

£218,000 lottery grant to fund Community Agents in Nantwich villages

Cheshire Community Action has been awarded £218,000 over three years to provide more Community Agents for rural villages around Nantwich.

The Community Agent schemes aims to help those who don’t live near a town centre and find it hard to access services or the internet.

Movers & Shakers group in Nantwich donates £89,000 to two charities

Movers & Shakers group in Nantwich donates £89,000 to two charities

Members of a charity group called Movers & Shakers have helped to raise £89,000 for two causes.

The fundraising committee of the group held a Sunday Night Supper evening to raise awareness and much-needed funds for The Cure Parkinson’s Trust, and Kidney Research UK.

December 5, 2014 0 comments Burland & Faddiley, Charity news, News
Nantwich villages Willaston and Burland to receive life-saving defibrillators

Nantwich villages Willaston and Burland to receive life-saving defibrillators

Two Nantwich villages are to benefit from new life-saving defibrillators. Willaston Primary School is receiving one of the defibrillators thanks to a donation from South Cheshire Harriers.

Award-winning village pub near Nantwich stages real ale festival

Award-winning village pub near Nantwich stages real ale festival

An award-winning Cheshire village pub is rolling out a big Easter beer treat for the Bank Holiday weekend. The annual festival returns to the Yew Tree Inn at Spurstow, near Nantwich, which has twice been voted ‘Pub of the Year’ by the Marketing Cheshire Awards.

Huge 1,100-home Kingsley Fields Nantwich scheme “backed” by planners

Huge 1,100-home Kingsley Fields Nantwich scheme “backed” by planners

A development of up to 1,100 houses, businesses, shops and a possible school in Nantwich has been recommended for approval. The proposal, for land at Kingsley Fields (pictured), has been put forward by the North West Nantwich Consortium, including Reaseheath College.

Local cheese makers scoop gold gongs at Nantwich Show

Local cheese makers scoop gold gongs at Nantwich Show

Joseph Heler and retail giant M&S are celebrating after scooping golds at Nantwich Show‘s International Cheese Awards. Hatherton-based Heler won several awards in the world’s largest cheese show of its kind, with more than 4,200 entries.

Bickerton Village Hall near Nantwich takes part in “Our Big Gig”

Bickerton Village Hall near Nantwich takes part in “Our Big Gig”

A village hall near Nantwich is the venue for a concert as part of the national “Our Big Gig” initiative. Bickerton Village Hall, which is to stage the concert this Sunday July 14, is one of several venues across Cheshire taking part.

Teachers strike to hit town and village schools across Nantwich

Teachers strike to hit town and village schools across Nantwich

Schools across Nantwich and surrounding villages will be hit by the national teachers strike this week. Several primary schools in the town are having to close some year group classes on Thursday (June 27), while others remain open.

Nantwich saleswoman faces 300-mile London to Paris charity ride

Nantwich saleswoman faces 300-mile London to Paris charity ride

A wine saleswoman from Nantwich hopes to show she has plenty of bottle when she tackles a 300-mile bike ride for charity. Nicky Gent, 43, from Stapeley, is among a team facing the four-day London to Paris challenge which sets off this weekend.

Three men injured after A49 car and lorry smash near Nantwich

Three men injured after A49 car and lorry smash near Nantwich

Three men were badly injured when their car collided with a lorry on the A49 near Nantwich. The Ford Fiesta, containing two 18-year-olds and a 20-year-old, ploughed into a tree after colliding with the truck at the junction with Wrexham Road, Ridley.

June 12, 2013 0 comments Burland & Faddiley, Incident, Latest
Street light fires on Nantwich road probed by Highways Agency

Street light fires on Nantwich road probed by Highways Agency

The Highways Agency is investigating why two street lights were set on fire on a village road near Nantwich. Fire crews from Nantwich were called out to the incident in Chorley Green.

May 29, 2013 0 comments Burland & Faddiley, Incident, News
Cheshire PCC John Dwyer to visit Nantwich police team

Cheshire PCC John Dwyer to visit Nantwich police team

Cheshire’s new Police and Crime Commissioner is to drop in to Nantwich police station on Beam Street tomorrow (March 27). John Dwyer, a former Crewe & Nantwich Borough councillor, is visiting every station across the county to introduce himself.

Nantwich police to hold public surgeries in villages

Nantwich police to hold public surgeries in villages

Nantwich police officers will be out and about in rural areas of South Cheshire to hold public surgeries next month. Officers are keen to meet and hear from villagers about the issues which are affecting them.