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Chef trained by Gordon Ramsay takes over Shavington pub

Chef trained by Gordon Ramsay takes over Shavington pub

A chef trained to the exacting standards of Gordon Ramsay has taken over a landmark South Cheshire pub.

Adam Scally, 37, is planning a host of August Bank Holiday activities for families to enjoy as he settles in as landlord of the historic Cheshire Cheese at Shavington.

July 27, 2017 0 comments Shavington, Village News
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.

Visitors enjoy Vintage and Classic Transport Rally in Shavington

Visitors enjoy Vintage and Classic Transport Rally in Shavington

By Jonathan White
Hundreds of visitors enjoyed the 9th annual Vintage and Classic Transport Rally at The Elephant public house in Shavington.

Dozens of vehicles were on display on land at the rear of the premises.

July 6, 2017 0 comments Shavington, Village News
Hough woman’s handbag stolen as she visited grave in Crewe

Hough woman’s handbag stolen as she visited grave in Crewe

Thieves stole the handbag of a pensioner while she visited a relative’s grave in Crewe, police have revealed.

The 72-year-old victim, from Hough near Shavington, had parked her car on Badger Avenue to visit the grave at Crewe Cemetery.

Co-op Shavington raises £828 for Wrenbury Wingate Centre

Co-op Shavington raises £828 for Wrenbury Wingate Centre

Big-hearted staff and customers of Shavington Co-op have raised thousands for charities.

More than £2,500 was donated, with £828 being given to the Wingate Special Children’s Trust in Wrenbury.

Van driver seriously hurt in A500 crash near Shavington

Van driver seriously hurt in A500 crash near Shavington

A van driver had to be cut free after being seriously injured in a collision with a HGV on the A500 near Shavington.

The accident forced the closure of the Barthomley bypass section for several hours between Shavington and the M6 junction 16.

March 28, 2017 0 comments Incident, News, Shavington, Village News
Robbers armed with crowbars raid Shavington Co-op store

Robbers armed with crowbars raid Shavington Co-op store

Armed robbers threatened staff with crowbars and stole cash and cigarettes in a raid on the Co-op store in Shavington earlier today.

Two men pulled up at the store on Rope Lane in a red car, police believe.

February 22, 2017 0 comments Crime, Incident, News, Shavington, Village News
Shavington to stage Cinderella as annual panto performance returns

Shavington to stage Cinderella as annual panto performance returns

Shavington Village Festival is to host its 39th annual Pantomime, and this year it’s Cinderella.

The family show with a classic story and laughs a plenty will star a local cast ranging from seven-years-old to 76.

February 11, 2017 0 comments Shavington, Village News
Former Shavington High pupil tackles gruelling Antarctic expedition

Former Shavington High pupil tackles gruelling Antarctic expedition

A former Shavington High pupil is part of a team tackling a gruelling Antarctic expedition in aid of ABF Soldiers charity.

Chris Brooke and the SPEAR17 team are attempting to finish Henry Worsley’s expedition, transversing 1,100 miles across Antarctica.

Teenage boy found dead near A500 named by police

Teenage boy found dead near A500 named by police

A teenage boy found dead close to the A500 in Nantwich, has been named as Scott Madden-Nevitt.

Scott, aged 16, went missing from his home in Wistaston on Monday November 28.

December 7, 2016 0 comments News, Shavington, Village News, Wistaston
New road crossing boosts safety on Rope Lane in Willaston

New road crossing boosts safety on Rope Lane in Willaston

Road safety campaigners in Willaston are celebrating after a new crossing was installed on busy Rope Lane.

Local councillors in Willaston and Rope have been fighting for the crossing for years.

Rope councillors take part in Winter clean up campaign

Rope councillors take part in Winter clean up campaign

Rope parish councillors teamed up to carry out a clean-up of the village.

Councillors agreed walkways like Evergreen Way needed the same attention given to gardens.

Angry Shavington residents ‘forgotten’ in bus service shake-up

Angry Shavington residents ‘forgotten’ in bus service shake-up

Elderly Shavington residents fear they have been ‘forgotten’ in the shake-up of public transport after the collapse of GHA Coaches.

Almost all bus routes have been saved by Cheshire East Council – except the no 44 service which took Shavington residents to and from Crewe and Nantwich.