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Leaders Square One beat Wistaston Leopard 3-2 to stay top

Leaders Square One beat Wistaston Leopard 3-2 to stay top

League leaders Square One beat Wistaston Leopard 3-2 in the Crewe Regional Sunday League Premier Division.

But they were given a shock when the visitors raced into an early 0-2 lead thanks to a brace from Rich Ryan.

January 13, 2019 0 comments Football, Sport
Nantwich Library – “Golden Oldies” and other events in January

Nantwich Library – “Golden Oldies” and other events in January

Nantwich Library will be hosting a second adult sing-a-long group, Golden Oldies.

It follows a successful first event in December which was packed out.

Nantwich accountants Afford Bond boost team with two new appointments

Nantwich accountants Afford Bond boost team with two new appointments

Nantwich accountants Afford Bond have made two new Associate Director appointments at its Wellington Road offices.

Sarah Glass, 41, with over 15 years’ experience, has been promoted to Associate Director.

January 13, 2019 0 comments Business, Business
Mixed results as Nantwich Town U16 girls win but men beaten in cup by Congleton Vale

Mixed results as Nantwich Town U16 girls win but men beaten in cup by Congleton Vale

By Ryan Batty
Nantwich Town’s new U16 girls side romped to a 4-0 victory against Crosfield Juniors U16s at the Malbank field.

But hours later, the men’s team were beaten 3-0 by Congleton Vale Rovers and knocked out of the Crewe & District FA Challenge Cup.

January 13, 2019 0 comments Football, Nantwich Town, Sport
Quilters Exhibition and Fabric Sale returns to Nantwich Civic Hall

Quilters Exhibition and Fabric Sale returns to Nantwich Civic Hall

The Quilters Exhibition & Fabric Sale returns to Nantwich Civic Hall for its 15th year for all those who like to get creative!

It is an established favourite with a range of creative people including patch workers, quilters and stitchers of all ability levels and ages.

Vision for Nantwich unveils hotel, shops and apartments plan for St Anne’s Lane

Vision for Nantwich unveils hotel, shops and apartments plan for St Anne’s Lane

Detailed plans have been submitted to turn the St Anne’s Lane former gasworks site in Nantwich into a riverside hotel, shops and apartments complex.

The proposal, put forward by Vision for Nantwich Ltd, would see two main four-storey blocks built either side of the extension to Wyche House Bank.

January 13, 2019 6 comments Environment, Human Interest, News, Politics
90s rock band Cast to headline Nantwich Jazz, Blues and Music Festival

90s rock band Cast to headline Nantwich Jazz, Blues and Music Festival

Nantwich Jazz, Blues and Music Festival will be headlined by Liverpool band Cast, organisers have revealed.

The 90s rock band will be performing live on the Sunday night of the festival in April.

Rock tribute act Limehouse Lizzy return to Nantwich Civic Hall

Rock tribute act Limehouse Lizzy return to Nantwich Civic Hall

Top Thin Lizzy tribute band Limehouse Lizzy are returning to perform at Nantwich Civic Hall this month.

They will be playing their usual action-packed pyrotechnic-fuelled explosion of a show on Friday January 18.

RSPCA appeal as dead foal dumped “like rubbish” on A500

RSPCA appeal as dead foal dumped “like rubbish” on A500

The RSPCA has launched an appeal to find those responsible for dumping a dead foal like rubbish at the side of the busy A500.

A member of the public alerted the RSPCA to the dead filly found on land off the A500 Alsager Road in Audley, between Nantwich and Stoke-on-Trent.

January 11, 2019 1 comment Crime, Human Interest, Incident, News
Nantwich Town stun League Two neighbours Crewe Alex in Cup win

Nantwich Town stun League Two neighbours Crewe Alex in Cup win

By Steve Sharman
An inspired goalkeeping display from Fabian Spiess and two goals from Callum Saunders saw Nantwich Town progress in the Cheshire Senior Cup after an excellent 2-1 win over Crewe Alexandra.

January 10, 2019 0 comments Football, Nantwich Town, Sport
Cheshire East charges fifth highest fee for bulky waste collections in North West

Cheshire East charges fifth highest fee for bulky waste collections in North West

Cheshire East Council charges one of the highest amounts in the North West for bulky household waste collections, an investigation has shown.

The BBC Shared Data Unit report shows CEC charging an average of £13.30 per item – or £40 for 3 items – which makes it the fifth most costly authority of 39 in the North West.

Nantwich gears up for “Battle of Nantwich” Holly Holy Day

Nantwich gears up for “Battle of Nantwich” Holly Holy Day

Nantwich is once again gearing up for one of its busiest days of the year when Holly Holy Day commemorations are held on January 26.

The town centre is likely to be packed as thousands cram in to watch The Sealed Knot re-enact the infamous 1644 Battle of Nantwich.

“Tea at the Tower” Acton walks re-launch after 2018 success

“Tea at the Tower” Acton walks re-launch after 2018 success

By Jonathan White
‘Tea at The Tower’ guided circular walks are re-launching in Acton near Nantwich after their success in 2018.

They will take place each month from St Mary’s Church, on Monks Lane.

January 10, 2019 0 comments Acton, Village News