Post Tagged with: "Cheshire East"

Crewe and Nantwich political leaders issue joint support to Manchester bomb victims

Crewe and Nantwich political leaders issue joint support to Manchester bomb victims

Political leaders across Cheshire East have come together to condemn the Manchester Arena terrorist attack and support all those caught up in the horror.

And staff and pupils at schools where pupils were affected, including Malbank School in Nantwich, will be offered support from Cheshire East Council.

South Cheshire Chamber backs major road improvements

South Cheshire Chamber backs major road improvements

South Cheshire Chamber members have been briefed on plans to drive forward
prosperity with multi-million pound package of road improvements.

Members attended a Chamber Local & Economic Update event at Reaseheath College.

May 16, 2017 0 comments Business, Business
Nantwich councillor Arthur Moran is new Cheshire East Mayor

Nantwich councillor Arthur Moran is new Cheshire East Mayor

Nantwich councillor Arthur Moran is the new mayor of Cheshire East – crowning 31 years in public life.

The retired magistrate, who represents Nantwich North and West, takes over the chain of office from outgoing mayor Olivia Hunter at Wednesday’s annual council meeting.

May 15, 2017 0 comments Human Interest, News, Politics
Supreme Court judges allow 170 homes plan for green gap land in Willaston

Supreme Court judges allow 170 homes plan for green gap land in Willaston

A landmark Supreme Court ruling has allowed Richborough Estates to build 170 homes on green land in Willaston.

The decision, by five judges in the highest court in the land, brings an end to a three-year legal battle.

Former Malbank School pupil to stand for UKIP in General Election

Former Malbank School pupil to stand for UKIP in General Election

A former Malbank School pupil has been chosen as the UKIP Parliamentary candidate for Crewe and Nantwich in June’s General Election.

Cllr Michael Stanley was born in Crewe to a family that ran a number of pubs in Crewe from the 1970s to the late 1990s.

April 29, 2017 1 comment Human Interest, News, Politics
Grass mounds plan for Nantwich Barony Park to keep travellers away

Grass mounds plan for Nantwich Barony Park to keep travellers away

Grass mounds could be installed around Barony Park in Nantwich to stop travellers “plaguing” the town, a council boss has revealed.

The plan emerged as Cheshire East Council chiefs face a rising tide of unofficial traveller camps being set up on public land.

April 28, 2017 3 comments Environment, Human Interest, News, Politics
Nantwich lane flooded for months without repairs, say residents

Nantwich lane flooded for months without repairs, say residents

Residents in Wrenbury are demanding action on a road that has been flooded for months, causing problems for emergency services and other users.

Flood waters have plagued the junction of Pinsley Green Road and Station Road since the turn of the year.

Nantwich commuters urged to sign up to “cycling to work” week

Nantwich commuters urged to sign up to “cycling to work” week

Commuters in Nantwich are being urged to swap four wheels for two and take part in a week-long “cycle to work” campaign.

Cyclists who regularly cycle to work can take part in Ride to Work week runs from March 13-19.

March 3, 2017 0 comments Environment, Health, News
More than 93% offered first choice school in Cheshire East, figures show

More than 93% offered first choice school in Cheshire East, figures show

More than 93% of parents in Cheshire East have been offered their first choice secondary school, today’s 2017 admissions figures show.

This is 9.6% better than the 2016 national average of 84.1%.

Angry Nantwich parents plan protest over school funding cuts

Angry Nantwich parents plan protest over school funding cuts

Angry parents in Nantwich are planning to protest in the town centre over proposed Government cuts to school funding.

Plans by Schools Minister Nick Gibb to introduce a new National Funding Formula could see Nantwich schools hundreds of thousands of pounds worse off.

February 15, 2017 0 comments News, Politics, Schools & Colleges
Brine Leas School to hold ‘extraordinary’ meeting over funding crisis

Brine Leas School to hold ‘extraordinary’ meeting over funding crisis

The headteacher of Brine Leas School in Nantwich has called an extraordinary meeting to outline the funding crisis it faces under the new National Funding Formula.

Andrew Cliffe has invited parents and community members to attend the “Future Funding of Brine Leas School” meeting on Monday February 13.

February 10, 2017 0 comments Human Interest, News, Schools & Colleges
Nantwich community health projects receive £20,000 boost

Nantwich community health projects receive £20,000 boost

Nantwich community projects are to benefit from £20,000 of funding to boost local health.

Ten community projects shared the pot from Cheshire East Council after an event at Nantwich Civic Hall saw groups pitch their ideas and receive a public vote.

January 23, 2017 0 comments Environment, Human Interest, News, Village News
Mayor of Cheshire East charity dance set for Nantwich Civic Hall

Mayor of Cheshire East charity dance set for Nantwich Civic Hall

Nantwich Cllr Arthur Moran is organising a charity dance featuring Todd Miller and The Joe Loss Orchestra.

The popular group will perform at The Mayor of Cheshire East, Cllr Olivia Hunter Charity Dance on Friday March 10 at Nantwich Civic Hall.