Post Tagged with: "Nantwich Town Council"

Working group set up to tackle Nantwich travellers issue on Barony Park

Working group set up to tackle Nantwich travellers issue on Barony Park

A cross-party working group of community members has met to tackle the problems of travellers illegally setting up camps on Barony Park in Nantwich.

Councillors from all parties, officers from Cheshire East and Nantwich Town Council, and Cheshire police officers and residents’ representatives, have met to address the issue.

June 11, 2017 1 comment Environment, Human Interest, News, Politics
Swing & Rat Pack Christmas Show at Nantwich Civic Hall

Swing & Rat Pack Christmas Show at Nantwich Civic Hall

The Fabulous Swing & Rat Pack Christmas Show at Nantwich Civic Hall.

Warble Entertainment and Nantwich Town Council are proud to present a Christmas Show fit for the King himself.

Queen’s 90th birthday celebration held at Nantwich St Mary’s

Queen’s 90th birthday celebration held at Nantwich St Mary’s

Nantwich staged a celebration of the Queen’s 90th birthday with a packed concert at St Mary’s Church.

The event was attended by Lord Lieutenant for Cheshire David Briggs and Mayor of Nantwich Cllr Andrew Martin and his wife Linda.

Plans unveiled to open The Beerdock bar in Nantwich

Plans unveiled to open The Beerdock bar in Nantwich

Plans have been revealed for a new bar in Nantwich, called The Beerdock.

A premises licence application has been made for the new outlet in the former Job Centre on Swinemarket, Nantwich.

March 7, 2016 8 comments Business, Business
© Mike Poloway/+44(0)1618503338 / mike@poloway.com. Nantwich Aqueduct opening after renovations.9 December 2015

Nantwich Aqueduct reopened after £235,000 restoration

The Grade II* listed Nantwich Aqueduct has officially been opened after a two-month restoration project by the Canal & River Trust.

The £235,000 work involved removing layers of old paint from the aqueduct’s structure, replacing a missing cast iron panel, repairs to the stone and brickwork and applying four coats of new paint.

December 9, 2015 1 comment Environment, Human Interest, News
Councillor calls in bid to build on derelict Coppice tennis club in Nantwich

Councillor calls in bid to build on derelict Coppice tennis club in Nantwich

A Nantwich councillor has called in an application to build apartments on a former tennis court next to Brine Leas School.

Markden Ltd wants to redevelop the derelict Coppice Tennis Club on Audlem Road, Nantwich, and build two pairs of semi-detached properties in The Coppice.

November 12, 2015 4 comments Environment, News
Nantwich Town Council objects to Morrisons longer opening hours bid

Nantwich Town Council objects to Morrisons longer opening hours bid

Nantwich councillors have hit out at plans by a town centre supermarket to open and sell alcohol from 6am to midnight every day – including Sundays.

Morrisons on Station Road, Nantwich, has applied to Cheshire East Council to vary its premises licence, the town council was told.

November 10, 2015 9 comments Business, Business
Riverfront hotel and apartments plan revealed for Nantwich

Riverfront hotel and apartments plan revealed for Nantwich

The former gasworks site in Nantwich could be turned into a riverfront hotel, apartments, business units and a two-storey car park.

Ambitious plans for the site have been unveiled by the Schofield family – well known in Nantwich as owners of numerous venues on Welsh Row.

November 9, 2015 13 comments Environment, Human Interest, News
Grant funds will boost heating and lighting in Nantwich Museum

Grant funds will boost heating and lighting in Nantwich Museum

Nantwich Museum is to upgrade its heating and lighting systems thanks to grant funding.

The museum, on Pillory Street, has received funds from Nantwich Town Council, Cheshire East Council and WREN’s FCC Community Action Fund.

October 27, 2015 0 comments Environment, Human Interest, News
Nantwich pub Red Lion could be demolished for housing

Nantwich pub Red Lion could be demolished for housing

A Nantwich pub and hotel could be demolished to make way for more housing, it has emerged.

Plans have been submitted to knock down The Red Lion Hotel on Barony Road to make way for 21 new properties.

October 12, 2015 12 comments Environment, Human Interest, News
St Mary’s Church “Minster of Nantwich” plan step nearer

St Mary’s Church “Minster of Nantwich” plan step nearer

The move to elevate St Mary’s Church in Nantwich to Minster status has taken another step forward.

Nantwich Town councillors overwhelmingly backed the growing support for the move when they discussed it tonight (September 7).

September 7, 2015 1 comment Environment, Human Interest, News
Nantwich Aqueduct major revamp starts on September 14

Nantwich Aqueduct major revamp starts on September 14

Work to repair and restore Grade ll listed Nantwich Aqueduct will begin on September 14.

The £200,000 restoration project, which will take eight weeks, is being paid for mostly by public donations of £135,000 to the Canal and River Trust.

August 26, 2015 1 comment Acton, Environment, Human Interest, News
Nantwich Town Council welcomes new Labour councillor

Nantwich Town Council welcomes new Labour councillor

By Sara Royle
Nantwich Town Council is to have a Labour councillor for the first time in many years.

Douglas Bowyer-Bates, a Labour party candidate, polled 1,240 votes to secure one of seven seats representing Nantwich North & West on the town council.

May 10, 2015 0 comments News, Politics