Post Tagged with: "Alvaston Hall"

Full scale of repairs needed on closed A530 Middlewich Road emerge

Full scale of repairs needed on closed A530 Middlewich Road emerge

Highways engineers say they are working as fast as they can to complete repairs on the A530 Middlewich Road in Nantwich.

A burst water main near junction with Colleys Lane caused ‘significant’ damage, and it could see the main road closed for up to eight weeks.

Family blasts Nantwich hotel owners after being hit by Norovirus bug

Family blasts Nantwich hotel owners after being hit by Norovirus bug

An angry family has blasted Alvaston Hall Hotel owners after they suffered the Norovirus bug – despite the hotel being “deep cleaned” days before.

Stephen Launchbury said several members of his family and guests were struck down, including his disabled brother Jim, who was left in hospital.

February 10, 2017 2 comments Environment, Human Interest, Incident, News
Alvaston Hall Hotel closed after sickness bug sweeps through Nantwich resort

Alvaston Hall Hotel closed after sickness bug sweeps through Nantwich resort

Alvaston Hall Hotel in Nantwich has been closed after staff and guests were hit by a major sickness bug.

The luxury complex, off Middlewich Road, is now closed temporarily after dozens were struck down by sickness and diarrhoea.

January 19, 2017 0 comments Environment, Health, Incident, News
Car bursts into flames at Alvaston Hall, Nantwich

Car bursts into flames at Alvaston Hall, Nantwich

These dramatic pictures capture the moment a car exploded and burst into flames at a hotel in Nantwich.

The fireball started on a vehicle as it drove along the driveway of Alvaston Hall Hotel, off the A530 Middlewich Road.

April 24, 2016 1 comment Human Interest, Incident, News
Hot air balloon over Nantwich aborts Wistaston landing

Hot air balloon over Nantwich aborts Wistaston landing

A hot air balloon which flew over Nantwich and Wistaston seemed to be forced to abort its landing, according to eye witnesses.

These pictures, taken by reader Jonathan White, show the balloon passing near Wistaston Church Lane Primary School.

July 15, 2014 0 comments Village News, Wistaston
Connect 2 Crewe-Nantwich “Greenway” to be unveiled this week

Connect 2 Crewe-Nantwich “Greenway” to be unveiled this week

The Connect 2 Crewe-Nantwich Greenway will be officially unveiled to the public this week. Councillors, campaign groups, community leaders and the public will attend the opening alongside the A530, near Alvaston Hall.

Nantwich Museum to stage new series of afternoon talks

Nantwich Museum to stage new series of afternoon talks

Nantwich Museum has announced a new series of afternoon talks, starting tomorrow (February 22). The programme includes talks on local history and photography, to complement the current exhibition at the museum by Nantwich Camera Club.

Family of Nantwich Second World War bomb victim traced

Family of Nantwich Second World War bomb victim traced

A descendant of one of six men killed trying to defuse an unexploded Second World War bomb near Nantwich has come forward. Cheshire East Council is searching for family members of Royal Engineers Sgt Edward Greengrass, Sapper Harold Thompson, Sapper Michael Lambert, Sapper George Lucas and Sapper John Perrins. They died when a German bomb exploded in a field between near[Read More…]

October 13, 2011 0 comments Human Interest, News

Nantwich pubs, restaurants and hotels up for food awards

Lady luck shone on a Nantwich couple for a second time when they won a hamper packed full of food, drink and other items. Peter Jones and wife Jennifer, of Gingerbread Lane, had their name drawn out of a hat at the Nantwich Show where hundreds of people entered the draw contest on the Nantwich Food and Drink Festival promotion[Read More…]

September 22, 2011 0 comments Community Events, News, What's On & Reviews
Memorial for six men killed by German bomb in Nantwich

Memorial for six men killed by German bomb in Nantwich

A memorial is to be erected in honour of six men killed while disarming German bombs in a field near Nantwich. The men, from the Royal Engineers, had safely disarmed three of the bombs found close to Alvaston Hall, Nantwich.

September 6, 2011 0 comments Human Interest, News