Post Tagged with: "Cheshire East Council"

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.

Cheshire East Council backs CarFest North at Cholmondeley Castle

Cheshire East Council backs CarFest North at Cholmondeley Castle

Council chiefs have welcomed the move to bring Chris Evans’ CarFest North to Cholmondeley Castle, near Nantwich. Thousands are expected to attend the festival of cars, music and food in the castle grounds on September 8 and 9.

Nantwich Civic Hall now under town council control

Nantwich Civic Hall now under town council control

One of Nantwich’s major assets is now under the ownership of the town council. Nantwich Civic Hall will be managed and maintained by Nantwich Town Council after talks with Cheshire East Council concluded today.

May 1, 2012 1 comment Environment, Latest, News
Council crackdown on school run parents in Rope

Council crackdown on school run parents in Rope

Council chiefs are to crackdown on parking problems around a primary school in Rope. Cheshire East Council has agreed to introduce double yellow lines around Berkeley Primary School.

David Wilson lodges 146-home plan for Stapeley Water Gardens site

David Wilson lodges 146-home plan for Stapeley Water Gardens site

Full plans for a housing development on the old Stapeley Water Gardens site in Nantwich have been lodged with Cheshire East Council. Nearby residents now have until May 16 to send in their objections or views on the controversial 146-dwelling plans from David Wilson Homes.

April 27, 2012 0 comments Environment, Human Interest, Latest, News
Major delays when Olympic Torch comes to South Cheshire

Major delays when Olympic Torch comes to South Cheshire

Thousands of Crewe and Nantwich people will be hit by road closures and delays when the Olympic Torch comes to South Cheshire. Majorroutes in and out of Crewe will be closed during peak morning traffic when the Olympic Torch Relay arrives on Thursday May 31.

Police close roads in Wistaston after burst water main

Police close roads in Wistaston after burst water main

Police and Cheshire East Council have closed several roads in the Wistaston area due to a burst water main. The burst happened on Valley Road, which was the first to be closed off this morning (Sunday April 22).

April 22, 2012 1 comment Incident, Latest, News
Council probes Nantwich town centre gas blast incident

Council probes Nantwich town centre gas blast incident

Council chiefs are probing a gas blast in Nantwich town centre which left an elderly lady  in hospital, it has emerged. The incident happened when a gas bottle being used on an outdoor barbecue stall on High Street exploded.

April 20, 2012 0 comments Environment, Incident, Latest, News
Nantwich food premises to get new council “rating”

Nantwich food premises to get new council “rating”

Nantwich pubs, restaurants, takeaways and coffee shops will be subject to a new rating system which council chiefs say will boost hygiene. The scheme is designed to help residents choose where to eat and encourage businesses to improve standards.

April 19, 2012 1 comment Business, Environment, Latest, News
New pathway boosts safety for Nantwich school pupils

New pathway boosts safety for Nantwich school pupils

Nantwich schoolchildren will be safer thanks to a new pathway in the town, say councillors. The £60,000 route linking Taylor Drive and Edmund Wright Way will allow pupils to walk safely to Malbank School and Sixth Form College and Millfields Primary School.

April 18, 2012 0 comments Environment, News, Schools & Colleges
Wardens launch dog mess crackdown in Willaston, Nantwich

Wardens launch dog mess crackdown in Willaston, Nantwich

Council wardens have launched a crackdown on dog owners in a Nantwich village who fail to clean up after their pets. They are targeting Willaston after a series of complaints from residents about dog fouling on the streets and playing fields.

April 16, 2012 4 comments Environment, Latest, News
Children enjoy fun day at Wingate Centre in Wrenbury

Children enjoy fun day at Wingate Centre in Wrenbury

Youngsters at the Wingate Centre in Wrenbury, near Nantwich, enjoyed a fun day organised by Cheshire East Council. Children were able to use the gymnasium with instruction from the trained staff.

April 9, 2012 0 comments Charity news, News
Cheshire East in talks with four parties over Lyceum Theatre future

Cheshire East in talks with four parties over Lyceum Theatre future

Four bidders have come forward to help secure the future of Crewe’s historic Lyceum Theatre. Cheshire East Council invited parties to express an interest in partnering the future management of the facility.