Village News

Elvis tribute to stage ‘One in Eleven Appeal’ gig in Nantwich

Elvis tribute to stage ‘One in Eleven Appeal’ gig in Nantwich

Elvis fans will be All Shook Up when top tribute artist Paul Larcombe performs in Nantwich for the One in Eleven Appeal. Larcombe, who performs as Pure Presley the first UK Elvis tribute to be officially endorsed by Graceland, will stage the concert in Willaston.

Families enjoy Reaseheath College lambing event in Nantwich

Families enjoy Reaseheath College lambing event in Nantwich

A record 2,500 visitors flocked to Reaseheath College in Nantwich to enjoy the lambing and zoo weekend. Excited youngsters like Francesca Forbes, Katy Wakeman, Cameron Forbes (pictured) were among hundreds keen to experience the live lambing event.

Nantwich Choral Society tunes up for Chester Cathedral concert

Nantwich Choral Society tunes up for Chester Cathedral concert

Some of the finest voices from across Cheshire will be in harmony for a major concert led by Nantwich Choral Society. St Matthew Passion, one of the most ambitious concerts to be staged by the society in its 40-year history, will be performed at Chester Cathedral on March 23.

New Wrenbury housing scheme unveiled by Wulvern

New Wrenbury housing scheme unveiled by Wulvern

Bosses at Wulvern Housing have unveiled their latest development at a site in Wrenbury, near Nantwich. Sandfield Court is a new development of eight two-bedroom bungalows aimed at people over 55.

February 28, 2013 1 comment Aston & Wrenbury, Business, Environment, News
Willaston councillors call for village switch to Nantwich LAP

Willaston councillors call for village switch to Nantwich LAP

Willaston councillors are calling for the village to be switched into the Nantwich Local Area Partnership from Crewe. They say the village has a stronger connection to Nantwich, says Willaston Parish Council.

Beth Tweddle among winners in Crewe & Nantwich Community Awards

Beth Tweddle among winners in Crewe & Nantwich Community Awards

Big-hearted volunteers and top performers were celebrated at the Crewe and Nantwich Community Awards 2013. The event, held at Richmond Village in Nantwich, recognises people in the community who dedicate their time helping others and raising money for charity.

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.

Shavington ABP Motorsport scoops national award for 4th year

Shavington ABP Motorsport scoops national award for 4th year

Staff at a South Cheshire garage are celebrating after scooping a national award for the fourth year running. ABP Motorsport, on Newcastle Road, Shavington retained its crown as “Garage of the Year” and beat rivals across the country in a new category for large garages.

February 25, 2013 0 comments Business, Latest, Shavington
Cheshire East Council passes controversial 240-homes Nantwich plan

Cheshire East Council passes controversial 240-homes Nantwich plan

Cheshire East Council has approved a controversial 240-homes plan for a greenfield site in Nantwich. Gladman Developments proposal for land off Queen’s Drive was passed by the Strategic Planning Board yesterday (February 20), despite objections.

Nantwich college students scoop flower jobs in Bermuda!

Nantwich college students scoop flower jobs in Bermuda!

Two Nantwich floristry students have landed dream work placements as floral designers in Bermuda. Emma Ollier and Jen Latham will leave for the sunshine island in April after completing their Floristry diplomas at Reaseheath College.

BBC Blacksmith Simon Grant-Jones to speak at Bridgemere WI

BBC Blacksmith Simon Grant-Jones to speak at Bridgemere WI

The star of BBC’s “Turn Back Time, The High Street” is special guest at a Bridgemere WI event in Nantwich. People are invited to listen to Simon Grant-Jones at the talk at Bridgemere Primary School this Thursday February 21.

Villagers issue “gaping pothole” warning on busy Wistaston road

Villagers issue “gaping pothole” warning on busy Wistaston road

Residents in Wistaston are warning motorists about a large and dangerous pothole on a busy route through the village. These pictures show how the long gaping hole is affecting vehicles along Broughton Lane, towards Church Lane and Joey the Swan.

February 18, 2013 2 comments Environment, Human Interest, Wistaston
Nantwich college students wow M&S bosses with new dishes

Nantwich college students wow M&S bosses with new dishes

Tasty dishes made by Nantwich students could end up on Marks & Spencer deli counters! Final year Food Industry with Management students at Reaseheath College have created deli products to tempt M&S customers.