Post Tagged with: "Brine Leas"

Nantwich officers join pupils on outward bound trips

Nantwich officers join pupils on outward bound trips

Two Nantwich police officers set school pupils a fine example when they joined the teenagers on their outward bound trips.

PCs Matt Stonier and Marc Harley got stuck in to a range of challenges with year 7 students from Malbank and Brine Leas High schools.

December 5, 2016 0 comments Human Interest, News, Schools & Colleges
Wainhomes loses appeal over 104 houses plan in Stapeley

Wainhomes loses appeal over 104 houses plan in Stapeley

Housing developer Wainhomes has lost an appeal to build 104 homes on green land off Audlem Road in Nantwich.

The developer, who already have permission for around 40 houses on a field behind Brine Leas School, had the initial larger proposal rejected by Cheshire East Council in November last year.

October 28, 2016 0 comments Environment, Human Interest, News, Stapeley
Brine Leas youngsters enjoy musical instruments day

Brine Leas youngsters enjoy musical instruments day

Youngsters at Brine Leas in Nantwich tuned up nicely for a musical instruments day.

The school’s music department staged the day to introduce Year 7 students to the joys of singing and playing instruments.

October 8, 2016 3 comments Human Interest, News, Schools & Colleges
Stapeley youngsters enjoy Biggest Coffee Morning at school

Stapeley youngsters enjoy Biggest Coffee Morning at school

Pupils at a Stapeley school enjoyed brewing up when they took part in the fundraising Biggest Coffee Morning.

Parents, staff and pupils at Pear Tree Primary enjoyed the event, held to raise funds for Macmillan Cancer.

October 2, 2016 0 comments Stapeley, Village News
Brine Leas School staff ‘proud’ of headline GCSE grades

Brine Leas School staff ‘proud’ of headline GCSE grades

Brine Leas School staff and students in Nantwich are celebrating another headline-grabbing set of GCSE grades.

This year, 78% achieved at least five A* to C grades at GCSE, and 70% of students achieved A* to C including English and Maths.

August 25, 2016 0 comments Human Interest, News, Schools & Colleges
Brine Leas School students celebrate “incredible’ A level results

Brine Leas School students celebrate “incredible’ A level results

Students at Brine Leas School sixth form are celebrating A level results – and matched last year’s best ever performance.

The BL6 target grades were set high and many students have surpassed their expected grades.

August 18, 2016 0 comments Human Interest, News, Schools & Colleges
Nantwich trampoline star Bryony Page wins silver at Rio Olympics

Nantwich trampoline star Bryony Page wins silver at Rio Olympics

Nantwich trampolinist Bryony Page has scooped an amazing silver medal at the Rio Olympics.

The former Brine Leas School and Malbank Sixth Form student performed an incredible routine in the women’s final to finish second.

August 12, 2016 0 comments Other sports, Sport
Wrenbury mum battles to afford son’s life-changing operation

Wrenbury mum battles to afford son’s life-changing operation

A Nantwich woman is battling to provide her young son a life-changing operation so he can fulfil his dream of playing football.

Charlene Harris’s nine-year-old son Zac has Cerebral Palsy and walking is a real struggle.

Cheshire East to review “walking routes to school” plan amid fury

Cheshire East to review “walking routes to school” plan amid fury

Council bosses will review plans to scrap school transport and force some Nantwich pupils to walk to school.

Cheshire East had passed a motion to axe free school buses on five routes, including Willaston to Malbank and Brine Leas schools in Nantwich.

103-year-old Nantwich author tells his story to Brine Leas student

103-year-old Nantwich author tells his story to Brine Leas student

By Annie-Mae Walker
An 103-year-old author met a Nantwich student to talk about his amazing life story.

Allan Whatley brought his wisdom and spirit to Redshift Radio in Nantwich where he met Brine Leas work experience student Annie-Mae Walker.

Protect Stapeley campaigners welcome Wainhomes plan rejection

Protect Stapeley campaigners welcome Wainhomes plan rejection

Campaigners have welcomed a decision by councillors to reject for a second time a plan to build 104 homes on land off Audlem Road in Nantwich.

The controversial plan, for land behind Brine Leas School in Stapeley, was first rejected in November by Cheshire East Council.

Wainhomes plan for 104 homes in Nantwich back before council

Wainhomes plan for 104 homes in Nantwich back before council

A controversial plan to build more than 100 homes on land behind Brine Leas School in Nantwich goes back before councillors this week.

Wainhomes already has permission for around 40 homes on a parcel of land (pictured) accessed off Audlem Road after winning an appeal over original rejection in 2014.

German teacher reveals horror of abuse suffered in Nantwich pub

German teacher reveals horror of abuse suffered in Nantwich pub

A German woman has spoken of her horror after she was verbally abused in a Nantwich pub as she watched a Euro 2016 football match.

Mel McDevitt was with husband Patrick and friend Nicole Mőst, who was visiting from Germany, when the incident happened in The Vine Inn on Hospital Street.

July 5, 2016 3 comments Crime, Human Interest, Incident, News