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Police fear two Nantwich burglaries are connected

Police fear two Nantwich burglaries are connected

Two burglaries in the Nantwich area could be connected, police believe. The incidents happened in the villages of Burleydam and Newhall within an hour of each other.

May 14, 2012 0 comments Crime, Latest
Nantwich CC beaten by one wicket at league leaders Oxton

Nantwich CC beaten by one wicket at league leaders Oxton

Nantwich CC 1sts were beaten in a tight finish at table-toppers Oxton. The visitors posted a score of 169 all out against the league leaders’ tight bowling attack.

May 14, 2012 0 comments Cricket, Latest, Sport
Hit stage play ‘Kiss Chase’ at Crewe Lyceum this month

Hit stage play ‘Kiss Chase’ at Crewe Lyceum this month

Some familiar faces will be on stage at Crewe Lyceum later this month when a highly-acclaimed new play comes to town. Kiss Chase, which opens on May 28, stars Stephen Beckett, Jenny Funnell, Marcus Hutton and Ben Roddy.

May 14, 2012 0 comments Arts & Entertainment, News
Nominations open for new Cheshire Police Commissioner post

Nominations open for new Cheshire Police Commissioner post

Nominations for the new powerful £75,000-a-year Cheshire Police and Crime Commissioner position are now open. The post-holder, elected on November 15, will be in charge of holding Cheshire Constabulary to account for the way it polices Nantwich and other towns.

May 14, 2012 0 comments Crime, Human Interest, Latest
Nantwich college gardener shines in national competition

Nantwich college gardener shines in national competition

A gardener from Nantwich proved she is among the best in the country after coming fourth in a national competition. Rhiannon Harris, 28, Reaseheath College and National Trust trainee, shone at the Institute of Horticulture’s “Young Horticulturalist of the Year”.

Bus and car collision closes Nantwich town centre road

Bus and car collision closes Nantwich town centre road

Police had to seal off a Nantwich town centre route after an accident involving a bus and a car. The incident happened at corner where Swine Market meets High Street.

May 13, 2012 0 comments Incident, Latest
Picture special: Marbury Merry Days Festival in the sun

Picture special: Marbury Merry Days Festival in the sun

By Jonathan White Hundreds have been enjoying the sun at the 33rd Marbury Merry Days two-day country fair yesterday and today (May 12 and 13) The fair is staged in the field next to St Michael’s & All Angels Parish Church and Marbury Big Mere, three miles from Wrenbury, near Nantwich.

Nantwich town car parks free on Jubilee Bank Holidays

Nantwich town car parks free on Jubilee Bank Holidays

All council car parking in Nantwich will be free on the Diamond Jubilee Bank Holidays. Cheshire East Council has decided to suspend car parking charges on all its carparks in Nantwich and other towns.

May 11, 2012 0 comments Environment, Human Interest, Latest, News
Stapeley Parish Council seeks new community hall team

Stapeley Parish Council seeks new community hall team

Council chiefs are looking for volunteers to help run a new community hall in Nantwich. Stapeley Parish Council is taking over the lease of the new community hall on Pear Tree Field from Cheshire East Council.

St Luke’s Hospice plan to open new Nantwich store

St Luke’s Hospice plan to open new Nantwich store

St Luke’s Hospice Cheshire have unveiled plans to open a new shop in Nantwich. The charity has submitted proposals to take over a vacant store on Pillory Street (pictured), and aim to turn it into a children’s treat parlour.

May 11, 2012 0 comments Charity news, Latest, News
Young Nantwich gardeners bloom in new training scheme

Young Nantwich gardeners bloom in new training scheme

Nantwich residents can look forward to a summer of flourishing flower beds thanks to an award-winning training scheme. The project, run by Cheshire East Council and delivered by Reaseheath College, has seen budding gardeners working in parks and gardens.

Willaston pub helps raise £120 for Children’s Air Ambulance

Willaston pub helps raise £120 for Children’s Air Ambulance

A pub in Nantwich has been helping to launch a new helicopter transfer service for seriously ill children. The Horse Shoe Inn, in Willaston, held a quiz night that raised £120 for The Children’s Air Ambulance.

May 10, 2012 0 comments Charity news, Latest, News
The Sealed Knot to star at Marbury Merry Days festival

The Sealed Knot to star at Marbury Merry Days festival

A traditional two-day country fair in a village near Nantwich takes place this weekend. Marbury Merry Days takes place every May in the field next to St Michael’s Parish Church and Marbury Big Mere.