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New Marks & Spencer store for Nantwich gets go ahead

New Marks & Spencer store for Nantwich gets go ahead

A new Marks & Spencer store will be built in Nantwich after developers won approval from Cheshire East Council planners. The former health clinic on Beam Street will be demolished and a new M&S food store built on the site.

February 9, 2012 3 comments Business, Latest, News
Nantwich “Big Lunch” Jubilee party plans unveiled for town centre

Nantwich “Big Lunch” Jubilee party plans unveiled for town centre

Nantwich is planning to join in “The Big Lunch” Diamond Jubilee celebrations by staging a major event in the town on June 3. Councillors unveiled early plans to stage a Jubilee Civic Service and Parade in and around the town square and St Mary’s Church.

David Wilson Homes to unveil Stapeley Water Gardens housing plan

David Wilson Homes to unveil Stapeley Water Gardens housing plan

A housing developer is to unveil its plans for around 150 new homes on the former Stapeley Water Gardens site in Nantwich. David Wilson Homes is preparing a detailed application to redevelop the site on London Road.

February 8, 2012 0 comments Environment, Latest, News
Nantwich youth groups offered cash to stage arts events

Nantwich youth groups offered cash to stage arts events

Youth groups in Nantwich can cash in on a £2,000 pot from Cheshire East Council. The money is set aside to help youngsters create, promote and deliver their own events at an arts festival.

Reaseheath College and Rotary plant trees to mark Queen’s Jubilee

Reaseheath College and Rotary plant trees to mark Queen’s Jubilee

Hundreds of young trees were planted on a new rural corridor linking Crewe and Nantwich to commemorate the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee. The trees, donated by The Rotary Club of Crewe and Nantwich Weaver, were planted by Reaseheath College students on the Crewe-Nantwich Greenway near the A530 Middlewich Road.

January 31, 2012 0 comments Environment, Latest, Schools & Colleges
Cheshire East councillor defends tax bills facing Nantwich residents

Cheshire East councillor defends tax bills facing Nantwich residents

Exclusive A councillor has defended Cheshire East’s decision not to reduce its tax demand on Nantwich residents – despite a 300% rise in the town council precept. Cheshire East Council is handing over facilities such as Nantwich Civic Centre, indoor market, public toilets, and allotments to Nantwich Town Council.

January 30, 2012 2 comments Business, Human Interest, Latest, News
Residents unhappy over 270-homes plan for Queens Drive, Nantwich

Residents unhappy over 270-homes plan for Queens Drive, Nantwich

Angry residents in Nantwich hit out at plans to build 270 more homes on a greenfield site. Hundreds of homes have had leaflets delivered from Gladman Developments Ltd, who hope to build the houses on land off Queens Drive.

January 17, 2012 3 comments Environment, Latest, News
Defra grant to fund flood alleviation work in Willaston, Nantwich

Defra grant to fund flood alleviation work in Willaston, Nantwich

A Nantwich village is to undergo flood prevention work as part of new funding granted to Cheshire East Council. The Coppice Road/Wistaston Road area of Willaston is to undergo a flood alleviation scheme after the council secured £780,000.

January 16, 2012 0 comments Environment, Latest, News
Marks & Spencer food store could open in Nantwich by September

Marks & Spencer food store could open in Nantwich by September

Developers have given the strongest hint yet that retail giant Marks & Spencer will be opening in Nantwich. Property investors said on Twitter “M&S are on board” for the old health clinic on Beam Street. A “25 year lease” was also mentioned.

January 13, 2012 4 comments Business, Human Interest, Latest, News
Robo-recycler proves a hit with Nantwich families

Robo-recycler proves a hit with Nantwich families

Nantwich Town Council’s gazebo was inundated with Christmas cards during a weekend recycling event on the town square. Robo-recycler was chomping cards as fast as he could as scores of youngsters like two-year-old Bebe Egerton (pictured) fed him old festive cards.

January 9, 2012 0 comments Community Events, Environment, Latest, News
Nantwich Town Council tax to rise £67 to fund venue takeovers

Nantwich Town Council tax to rise £67 to fund venue takeovers

Nantwich residents could pay an extra £67 a year each for their town council to takeover the Civic Hall and other venues. Nantwich Town Council says a rise in its council tax precept is needed to run the Civic Hall, indoor market, public loos and allotments from April.

January 4, 2012 2 comments Human Interest, Latest, News
Nantwich respite centre on Queens Drive under threat

Nantwich respite centre on Queens Drive under threat

A Nantwich respite centre providing adult care could still be closed by Cheshire East Council. This is despite people calling for continued respite or short break provision in Crewe and Nantwich under a three-month consultation.

January 4, 2012 0 comments Health, Latest, News
Robot to recycle Christmas cards on Nantwich town square

Robot to recycle Christmas cards on Nantwich town square

A robot will be in Nantwich town square this weekend to recycle thousands of old Christmas cards. The card-chomping robot (pictured) was made by young designers during a workshop at Nantwich Museum.