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Man, 20, charged with five burglaries in Nantwich and villages

Man, 20, charged with five burglaries in Nantwich and villages

A 20-year-old man has been charged with five burglaries carried out in Nantwich and nearby villages in a 12-day period.

John Boy McDonagh from Charnock Place, Fegg Hayes, Stoke-on-Trent, was charged following an investigation by Crewe detectives.

18th Audlem Festival of Transport proves hit with families

18th Audlem Festival of Transport proves hit with families

By Jonathan White
Thousands of people lined the streets of Audlem near Nantwich to enjoy the 18th annual Audlem Festival of Transport.

There was a spectacular parade of more than 300 cars, commercial vehicles, tractors, bikes, scooters and motorcycles during the event yesterday (July 30).

Thousands brave the rain to enjoy Nantwich Show spectacular

Thousands brave the rain to enjoy Nantwich Show spectacular

Thousands braved the rain and mud to enjoy another spectacular Nantwich Show at Dorfold Park.

And as these pictures show, the weather did not put people off taking in the wide array of events, exhibitions and marquees on offer.

Nantwich residents urged to air views on major overhaul of bus services

Nantwich residents urged to air views on major overhaul of bus services

Nantwich bus users are being urged to air their views as Cheshire East plans a radical overhaul of its supported routes which could impact on hundreds of people.

The 10-week borough-wide consultation into proposed changes to subsidised bus services, including the ‘Little Bus’ flexible transport service, comes to an end on July 26.

Audlem Village all set for Party in the Park 80s event

Audlem Village all set for Party in the Park 80s event

Audlem village will be turning the clock back to the 1980s for their annual Party on the Park this weekend.

Thousands of families are expected to descend on the village near Nantwich this Saturday July 1.

Appeal launched for lock keepers on canals near Nantwich

Appeal launched for lock keepers on canals near Nantwich

The Canal & River Trust has launched an appeal for volunteer lock keepers on canals around Cheshire.

They need lock keepers for locations near Nantwich, including Bunbury Locks, Cholmondeston Lock, Hurleston Lock, and Audlem.

Police probe two burglaries on Audlem Road, Nantwich

Police probe two burglaries on Audlem Road, Nantwich

Police are probing two house burglaries which happened on Audlem Road in Nantwich.

Officers received two separate reports of break-ins in the early hours of the morning yesterday (November 8).

November 9, 2016 0 comments Crime, Hankelow & Hatherton, News
Audlem named among Britain’s best village high streets

Audlem named among Britain’s best village high streets

Audlem near Nantwich has been named as having one of Britain’s best high streets in the third annual Great British High Street competition.

The village was named in the top five of the village category, beating more than 85% of entries.

November 3, 2016 0 comments Hankelow & Hatherton, Village News
Burglars spark mini crime-wave in Nantwich villages

Burglars spark mini crime-wave in Nantwich villages

Burglars have targeted rural properties around Nantwich in a week-long mini crime-wave.

Police in Nantwich are probing nine separate break-ins of outbuildings in villages in just six days.

Hankelow Village Fete raises funds for Bloodwise charity

Hankelow Village Fete raises funds for Bloodwise charity

By Jonathan White
Hankelow Village Fete helped to raise hundreds of pounds for local causes.

The event took place on Hankelow village green yesterday (June 19).

A51 Stapeley closure warning to Nantwich motorists

A51 Stapeley closure warning to Nantwich motorists

The A51 through Stapeley and Walgherton near Nantwich will close for five days for improvements and repairs, drivers are warned.

Cheshire East Highways is replacing road markings and patching London Road between the junctions of Back Lane and Checkley Lane from February 15-19.

Councillors vote to back Nantwich Children’s Centre over axe threat

Councillors vote to back Nantwich Children’s Centre over axe threat

Nantwich Town councillors have voted to support Nantwich and Rural Children’s Centre, which is threatened with closure by Cheshire East.

The centre, on Dog Lane, provides services to hundreds of families and their young children every week.

Family issue plea to find missing Nantwich man Roy Tomlinson

Family issue plea to find missing Nantwich man Roy Tomlinson

The family of a missing Nantwich man with dementia have made an emotional appeal for his return.

Richard Tomlinson and Kate Tomlinson, son and granddaughter of 83-year-old Roy Tomlinson, have issued a statement as the search for him continues.