Post Tagged with: "Edward Timpson"

Government ruling on Muller Homes appeal in Stapeley delayed again

Government ruling on Muller Homes appeal in Stapeley delayed again

A government ruling on the controversial Muller Homes housing application for Stapeley in Nantwich has been delayed once more.

Greg Clark, Secretary of State for Local Communities, was due to give his ruling on or before November 17.

November 17, 2015 0 comments News, Stapeley, Village News
Edward Timpson opens Crewe & Nantwich RUFC’s new pitches

Edward Timpson opens Crewe & Nantwich RUFC’s new pitches

Hundreds of young players, parents, coaches and club officials gathered for the opening of Crewe & Nantwich RUFC’s new pitches.

MP Edward Timpson was on hand to cut the ribbon as the new facilities at the Vagrants ground in Willaston were unveiled.

September 20, 2015 0 comments Human Interest, News
Nantwich MP Edward Timpson receives apology over debt error

Nantwich MP Edward Timpson receives apology over debt error

Crewe & Nantwich MP Edward Timpson has received an apology for wrongly being named on a list of debtors.

The Independent Parliamentary Standards Authority (IPSA) wrongly included Mr Timpson, Minister for Children and Families, on a published list.

September 12, 2015 0 comments News, Politics
Campaign highlights dog attacks on Nantwich postal workers

Campaign highlights dog attacks on Nantwich postal workers

There were 11 dog attacks on Crewe and Nantwich postal workers last year, new figures show.

Now local MP Edward Timpson has backed Royal Mail’s Dog Awareness drive in a bid to reduce the number of incidents.

September 6, 2015 0 comments Human Interest, News, Politics
New £7 million road linking A500 and Gresty Road to be unveiled

New £7 million road linking A500 and Gresty Road to be unveiled

The new £7million road linking the A500 at Shavington with Gresty Road in Crewe is to be unveiled on Monday (July 27).

The 0.7-mile Basford West Spine Road will be named Jack Mills Way, after the late train driver from Crewe who was attacked during the notorious Great Train Robbery in 1963.

July 24, 2015 5 comments Environment, News, Shavington
Thousands enjoy Nantwich Fete and SkoolzFest

Thousands enjoy Nantwich Fete and SkoolzFest

Thousands of people packed into Nantwich town centre to enjoy another successful Skoolzfest and Nantwich Fete.

Families young and old enjoyed the warm summer sunshine along with a wide array of entertainment and activities.

Edward Timpson “relieved” after winning Crewe & Nantwich seat

Edward Timpson “relieved” after winning Crewe & Nantwich seat

Edward Timpson described his “relief” after being voted back in as MP for Crewe & Nantwich for another five-year term.

The Conservative MP won a tightly fought contest by securing 22,445 votes.

May 8, 2015 5 comments Human Interest, News, Politics
Election: Guide to 4 candidates vying for Crewe & Nantwich seat

Election: Guide to 4 candidates vying for Crewe & Nantwich seat

With polling day just days away, the four men fighting for the Crewe & Nantwich seat are turning up the heat.

Campaigning has been rigorous, public appearances numerous – here is your Nantwichnews guide to the four candidates before May 7.

May 2, 2015 0 comments Human Interest, News, Politics
Nantwich Lake wildlife group plans backed by Edward Timpson

Nantwich Lake wildlife group plans backed by Edward Timpson

A new Nantwich Lake Wildlife Conservation group has met with Edward Timpson to outline plans for the town’s beauty spot.

The group, led by Caron Hull, has also been in contact with Cheshire East Council, Nantwich Town Council, RSPCA at Stapeley Grange, and Cheshire East Highways.

May 1, 2015 7 comments Environment, Human Interest, News
Edward Timpson completes London Marathon for MRI Scanner appeal

Edward Timpson completes London Marathon for MRI Scanner appeal

Crewe & Nantwich Conservative candidate Edward Timpson broke away from the election battleground to run the London Marathon for charity.

Mr Timpson completed his 11th London Marathon in a time of 3hrs 56mins 42secs, in aid of Leighton Hospital’s MRI Scanner Appeal.

April 27, 2015 0 comments Health, Human Interest, News, Politics
Wildlife lovers plan launch of Nantwich Lake conservation group

Wildlife lovers plan launch of Nantwich Lake conservation group

Wildlife lovers in Nantwich are to launch a new conservation group to protect animals living at Nantwich Lake.

Caron Hull, who helped set up the Queens Park Wildlife Conservation Group last year, is spearheading the idea.

April 17, 2015 3 comments Environment, Human Interest, News, Stapeley
Muller Homes appeal for Stapeley housing thrown out by Eric Pickles

Muller Homes appeal for Stapeley housing thrown out by Eric Pickles

The Secretary of State has kicked out Muller Homes’ appeal to build the first phase of a 1,100-home development in Stapeley, Nantwich.

The announcement, a year since a four-day public inquiry into the appeal, has been welcomed by campaigners and councillors alike.

Sporting academy scoops £47k for lifeline minibus

Sporting academy scoops £47k for lifeline minibus

A sporting academy for disabled people has been awarded £47,000 to buy a 14-seater minibus and provide a lifeline for the club.

The Cheshire Academy of Integrated Sport and Arts offers children, young people and adults opportunities in sport and the arts.

March 11, 2015 0 comments Charity news, Health, News