Post Tagged with: "Peckforton"

Attempted burglary in Peckforton after ‘suspicious’ man spotted

Attempted burglary in Peckforton after ‘suspicious’ man spotted

Police have warned villagers near Nantwich of a suspicious ‘whistling’ man seen in Peckforton a few days before an attempted house burglary.

Offenders tried to break into a house in the village earlier today (August 8), causing damage to a door.

August 8, 2017 0 comments Bunbury, Crime, News, Village News
Nantwich falconer flies high after winning regional award

Nantwich falconer flies high after winning regional award

A falconer from Nantwich who is flying through his college course after returning to learning, has been recognised with a prestigious regional award.

Joe Cooper will be presented with a £500 Open College Network (OCN) West Midlands Learner Award for Outstanding Achievement in June.

Police probe series of burglaries in Bulkeley area

Police probe series of burglaries in Bulkeley area

Burglars are targeting houses in the Bulkeley area of Nantwich, police have warned.

Three properties have been broken into in the last few weeks in and around the small village near Bunbury and Peckforton.

November 23, 2015 0 comments Bunbury, Burland & Faddiley, Village News
Severn Trent Water project at Nantwich suffers 4-month delay

Severn Trent Water project at Nantwich suffers 4-month delay

Water company chiefs are to meet residents in Nantwich to explain a four-month delay to a £3.5million project at the River Weaver.

Severn Trent Water’s project to install new pipes under and over the river by Nantwich Lake have been delayed after engineers found a fault in the bridge where the new water pipe needs to be laid.

May 18, 2015 6 comments Environment, Human Interest, News
Fans can own share of hit movie Minister of Chance filmed in Cheshire

Fans can own share of hit movie Minister of Chance filmed in Cheshire

Movie fans have a chance to buy “shares” in a new film being shot in picturesque parts of Cheshire.

The Minister of Chance, the screen version of the podcast series hit, will be filmed in 2015 – and producers want to offer fans a chance to own a slice.

November 26, 2014 0 comments Human Interest, News
Nantwich Lake car park to close for River Weaver tunnel project

Nantwich Lake car park to close for River Weaver tunnel project

An ambitious project to tunnel under the River Weaver will close Nantwich Lake car park for another six weeks.

Severn Trent Water will start the £3.5 million tunnel next week to improve the way water is carried from Peckforton to Coopers Green reservoir in North Staffordshire.

September 8, 2014 2 comments Environment, News
Fire crews and public save cow from River Weaver near Nantwich

Fire crews and public save cow from River Weaver near Nantwich

Members of the public joined fire crews in rescuing a small cow from drowning in the River Weaver near Nantwich.

The incident happened on Over Road, in Church Minshull.

July 7, 2014 0 comments Village News
Picturesque locations near Nantwich chosen for new feature film

Picturesque locations near Nantwich chosen for new feature film

Picturesque venues near Nantwich could soon feature in a new movie blockbuster. A production company has shunned Hollywood and Pinewood to make its latest film, The Minister of Chance, in Cheshire.

Castle mystery tour for South Cheshire Peugeot RCZ owners

Castle mystery tour for South Cheshire Peugeot RCZ owners

Fifteen Peugeot RCZ owners enjoyed a mystery tour of Cheshire castles thanks to a local dealership. Staff from Gateway Crewe, which arranged the event for the third year in a row, joined them on a scenic drive to Peckforton and Bolesworth.

July 4, 2013 0 comments Business, Human Interest, News
Nantwich police to hold public surgeries in villages

Nantwich police to hold public surgeries in villages

Nantwich police officers will be out and about in rural areas of South Cheshire to hold public surgeries next month. Officers are keen to meet and hear from villagers about the issues which are affecting them.

Inquest into farm worker killed in Peckforton blaze

Inquest into farm worker killed in Peckforton blaze

An inquest date has been set into the death of a 61-year-old man killed in a house fire at Peckforton, near Nantwich. Retired farm worker John Ernest Ryder died after he was found in his burning home on Stone House Lane.

October 6, 2011 0 comments News, What's On & Reviews