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Reaseheath arborist sings Christmas carols from tree tops

Reaseheath arborist sings Christmas carols from tree tops

Reaseheath College arborist Twm-Tegid Brunton hit the high notes by singing Christmas carols from the top of a 100ft high redwood tree.

Twm, wearing a fairy skirt over his safety harness, is a member of the North West Welsh Opera Choir.

December 28, 2015 0 comments Reaseheath & Worleston, Village News
Reaseheath College students enter ‘Harry Potter’ spirit

Reaseheath College students enter ‘Harry Potter’ spirit

Nantwich college students finished the term in style with a festive “Harry Potter” themed Christmas Ball.

Up to 400 students at Reaseheath College partied the night away at a black tie disco in the student bar at the specialist land-based college.

December 23, 2015 0 comments Reaseheath & Worleston, Village News
Reaseheath College rated ‘good’ with ‘outstanding features’ by Ofsted

Reaseheath College rated ‘good’ with ‘outstanding features’ by Ofsted

Reaseheath College in Nantwich has been rated good with outstanding features in its latest Ofsted inspection.

The results of an inspection in November shows its exceptional features include a high number of Further Education students achieving success and progressing into employment.

Reaseheath College project promotes horse racing careers

Reaseheath College project promotes horse racing careers

Young people are being encouraged to ‘kick on’ into a racing career in a new project on Cheshire’s thriving horse racing industry.

‘Racing Through Education’ has been launched by Cheshire Racing Hub to promote careers available in the industry to secondary school pupils, college students and veterinary undergraduates.

November 21, 2015 0 comments Environment, News, Schools & Colleges
Hundreds of Nantwich students pay Armistice Day respects at Reaseheath

Hundreds of Nantwich students pay Armistice Day respects at Reaseheath

Reaseheath College students and staff in Nantwich turned out in force at a college service to commemorate Armistice Day.

More than 1,000 people gathered around the flagpole on the college’s campus to pay tribute to those who lost their lives in conflict.

November 12, 2015 0 comments Human Interest, News, Schools & Colleges
Traffic gridlock as Reaseheath A51 works clash with Chester Road closure

Traffic gridlock as Reaseheath A51 works clash with Chester Road closure

Thousands of drivers have been caught up in traffic gridlock around Nantwich once more as roadworks coincide with major route closures.

Cheshire East highways has allowed BT engineers to set up roadworks on the busy A51 at Reaseheath.

Nantwich martial arts fighter helps Syrian refugees with 24-hour wrestle

Nantwich martial arts fighter helps Syrian refugees with 24-hour wrestle

A Nantwich martial arts fighter has taken part in a bruising 24-hour wrestle – all in aid of Syrian refugees.

Anya Lynette Hynes, 26, was involved in a fundraising ‘grapple’, called GlobalRoll.

September 30, 2015 0 comments Aston & Wrenbury, Charity news, News, Village News
Nantwich Food Festival set to break all records, say organisers

Nantwich Food Festival set to break all records, say organisers

The countdown to the Nantwich Food Festival is on, with organisers expecting more than 40,000 visitors for the three-day event next month.

The town will be flooded with flavours and aromas from around the world during the festival, from September 4-6.

August 13, 2015 0 comments Environment, Human Interest, News
Gorilla conservationist to talk at Reaseheath College event

Gorilla conservationist to talk at Reaseheath College event

Well-known gorilla conservationist Ian Redmond OBE will be in Nantwich next week to give a talk at Reaseheath.

Ian is guest of the Reaseheath Conservation Society which is staging the event to help raise funds for Gorilla Conservation.

Thousands enjoy Reaseheath College family festival

Thousands enjoy Reaseheath College family festival

Thousands of visitors flocked to Reaseheath College in Nantwich to join in the college’s fun-filled Family Festival.

The Nantwich campus was packed with families, many of whom had travelled in from outside the region, to enjoy the hundreds of activities and displays on offer.

Nantwich residents get say on road safety and speed limits

Nantwich residents get say on road safety and speed limits

Nantwich residents have re-issued their plea for more road safety measures on the A51 at Reaseheath as part of a new Cheshire East Council initiative.

The council says it is to target resources to “address local community concerns about road safety” under the new scheme.

Nantwich Police use mobile camera to target speeders

Nantwich Police use mobile camera to target speeders

Nantwich Police have been hitting the town’s busiest roads to clamp down on rogue drivers.

PCSOs have been out and about at various “hot spots” in response to concerns about traffic from residents.

Police vow to target Reaseheath speeding with new kit

Police vow to target Reaseheath speeding with new kit

Police in Nantwich have vowed to target motorists speeding at Reaseheath after the latest accident on the A51.

Residents reacted angrily this week and called for more action from police, council and college chiefs to improve safety measures.

October 25, 2014 2 comments Environment, News, Reaseheath & Worleston