Post Tagged with: "appeal"

Family appeal to trace ‘priceless’ ring lost at Battle of Nantwich

Family appeal to trace ‘priceless’ ring lost at Battle of Nantwich

A family has appealed for help to trace a ‘priceless’ engagement ring believed lost during the Battle of Nantwich re-enactment on Saturday.

Cath and Rod Cameron were watching the annual spectacle on Mill Island in Nantwich with their five-year-old grandson when Cath noticed her ring had come off her finger.

January 29, 2018 0 comments Human Interest, News
Nantwich Museum seeks help on rare whitesmith’s tools

Nantwich Museum seeks help on rare whitesmith’s tools

Nantwich Museum is appealing for help to find out the history behind a rare collection of whitesmith’s tools.

The tools are used for forging objects out of tin, pewter and other light metals.

January 18, 2018 0 comments Human Interest, News
Oxfam store in Nantwich appeals for more volunteers

Oxfam store in Nantwich appeals for more volunteers

Staff at Oxfam Books and Music store in Nantwich are calling on residents to help out as volunteers in 2018.

Research has shown volunteering leads to an enhanced social life, less loneliness, a better job – and for one in 10, a partner!

Cheshire Wildlife Trust creates new meadows after fund-raising appeal

Cheshire Wildlife Trust creates new meadows after fund-raising appeal

Cheshire Wildlife Trust has created a network of new meadows as part of its ‘Save Our Marvellous Meadows Appeal’.

Almost £12,000 has been raised which will help the Trust continue its campaign to restore 100 hectares of species-rich grassland in Cheshire in the next 10 years.

January 4, 2018 0 comments Environment, Human Interest, News
Police spread festive cheer with £400 Salvation Army donation

Police spread festive cheer with £400 Salvation Army donation

Police officers in Crewe have donated £400 to the Salvation Army Christmas appeal to help families in the town.

Officers based in Crewe Police Station collected money to help the campaign which helps local children and families who have fallen on hard times during the festive period.

December 28, 2017 0 comments Charity news, Human Interest, News
Anger as thieves swipe historic war memorial plaques from Bunbury church

Anger as thieves swipe historic war memorial plaques from Bunbury church

Angry villagers have appealed for help after heartless thieves stole historic war memorial plaques from a church in Bunbury near Nantwich.

Police say the brass plaques were prised off the gates outside St Boniface Church last weekend.

September 19, 2017 0 comments Bunbury, Crime, Human Interest, News, Village News
Church arson attacks in Nantwich are linked, say police

Church arson attacks in Nantwich are linked, say police

Police say two arson attacks on town centre church buildings in Nantwich are linked.

Officers are appealing for witnesses following the two fires which happened on Monday night, June 19.

June 21, 2017 0 comments Crime, Incident, News
Campaign launched to revamp Nantwich’s crumbling 50-year-old Scout hut

Campaign launched to revamp Nantwich’s crumbling 50-year-old Scout hut

Scout leaders in Nantwich are appealing for help to renovate the town’s crumbling Scout hut.

The base, off Davenport Avenue, is the only one for Scout Troop/Explorers in Nantwich, and is now 50 years old.

June 2, 2017 1 comment Environment, Human Interest, News
Wingate Centre in Wrenbury launches new fundraising appeal

Wingate Centre in Wrenbury launches new fundraising appeal

The Wingate Centre charity in Wrenbury has launched new fundraising appeal.

The Wingate Special Children’s Trust is urging businesses to show support by providing respite and life-enriching holidays for children and young people.

March 30, 2017 0 comments Aston & Wrenbury, Village News
Campaigners win battle to stop Hack Green RAF base turning into travellers camp

Campaigners win battle to stop Hack Green RAF base turning into travellers camp

Villagers near Nantwich are celebrating after the Planning Inspectorate dismissed an appeal to turn former RAF camp at Hack Green into a travellers camp.

Applicants representing nine traveller families, known as Hack Green Group, wanted to turn the former camp into nine plots.

February 23, 2017 1 comment Environment, Human Interest, News, Sound
Wistaston campaigners call for Gladman homes court appeal

Wistaston campaigners call for Gladman homes court appeal

Community leaders in Wistaston are calling for council chiefs to challenge a Government decision to allow 300 homes on Witters Field.

The Secretary of State’s decision to allow Gladman Developments to build on the popular green fields off Church Lane has left many angry.

October 2, 2016 2 comments Village News, Wistaston
Muller Property appeals to High Court over Stapeley housing rejection

Muller Property appeals to High Court over Stapeley housing rejection

Muller Property has appealed against the Secretary of State’s decision to block plans for the 1,100-home ‘Nantwich South’ development in Stapeley.

Sources say Colin Muller has decided to continue his fight to build the scheme on land between Peter de Stapleigh Way, Broad Lane and London Road.

September 22, 2016 0 comments Environment, Human Interest, News, Politics
Muller appeals for Nantwich South housing REFUSED by Government

Muller appeals for Nantwich South housing REFUSED by Government

Ministers have refused a controversial appeal by Muller Property Group to build the first phase of a 1,100-home “Nantwich South” development in Stapeley.

The developer had applied to build 189 homes and an access road off Peter de Stapleigh Way.