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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
Reaseheath residents voice anger after latest A51 accident

Reaseheath residents voice anger after latest A51 accident

Reaseheath residents in Nantwich have renewed their plea for safety measures on the A51 after another accident.

Now they are forming a new residents association in a bid to fight for the bypass around the village they say is long overdue.

October 23, 2014 2 comments Reaseheath & Worleston, Village News
Anger over A51 Reaseheath crossing after lights destroyed

Anger over A51 Reaseheath crossing after lights destroyed

Residents in Reaseheath near Nantwich are demanding action to repair a busy A51 crossing which was smashed up in an accident.

The traffic lights on the main Nantwich to Chester route near Reaseheath College were left out of action for three days.

Nantwich Town beat Crewe FC 6-3 in pre-season friendly

Nantwich Town beat Crewe FC 6-3 in pre-season friendly

By Richard Scott
Nantwich Town warmed up for their first league game of the season away at Buxton with a 6-3 win over Cheshire League side Crewe FC.

Dabbers boss Danny Johnson named a near full strength starting 11, but brought in Terry Smith in goal for Steve Phillips.

July 20, 2014 0 comments Nantwich Town, Sport
Nantwich traffic gridlock after M6 closure on busiest Jazz Festival day

Nantwich traffic gridlock after M6 closure on busiest Jazz Festival day

Roads around Nantwich were gridlocked for much of yesterday as the town’s Jazz Festival swung into its third day. A crash on the M6 motorway in the morning led to a closure between junctions 17 and 18 and thousands of vehicles using surrounding routes.

Porcupine to make first public appearance at Reaseheath Zoo in Nantwich

Porcupine to make first public appearance at Reaseheath Zoo in Nantwich

A spiky newborn with attitude is making his first public appearance at Reaseheath College’s zoo in Nantwich this Easter. The baby porcupine, known as a ‘porcupette’, was born in March to one of the college’s three female porcupines.

Angry driver and police hunt van after non-stop smash in Nantwich

Angry driver and police hunt van after non-stop smash in Nantwich

A young driver revealed how he was shunted into a roundabout on a busy Nantwich road by a van which failed to stop. Lewis Theobald’s car was written off in the incident at the A51 roundabout near Reaseheath College, Nantwich.

Nantwich faces flood and traffic problems with more housing, council told

Nantwich faces flood and traffic problems with more housing, council told

Nantwich town could face major flooding problems like those in the south if more developments take place near the River Weaver. That was the warning from Nantwich Mayor Cllr John Lewis after outline planning permission for the 1,100-homes Kingsley Fields plan was  approved.

Nantwich-Crewe Midnight Walk big success for St Luke’s Hospice

Nantwich-Crewe Midnight Walk big success for St Luke’s Hospice

More than 1,000 women and 300 volunteers took part in the ninth St Luke’s (Cheshire) Hospice Nantwich to Crewe Midnight Walk. The walk started at Reaseheath College where participants were given a rousing send off during a Redshift Radio outdoor stage show.

BBC Countryfile’s Adam Henson hails Reaseheath horse centre

BBC Countryfile’s Adam Henson hails Reaseheath horse centre

BBC Countryfile presenter Adam Henson gave staff and students at a Nantwich college full marks for the way they trained his foals. Adam’s four rare Exmoor foals were handed back after nine weeks of training at Reaseheath’s Equestrian Centre.

March 14, 2013 1 comment Environment, Latest, Schools & Colleges
Reaseheath tributes paid after death of farming champion John Platt

Reaseheath tributes paid after death of farming champion John Platt

Reaseheath College in Nantwich has paid tribute to one of the area’s farming champions John Platt, who has died aged 82. Mr Platt was chair of Reaseheath’s College Board for 14 years, retiring two years ago, and was a long standing governor.

Stapeley campaigners question weight of Cheshire East Local Plan

Stapeley campaigners question weight of Cheshire East Local Plan

Campaigners in Stapeley fighting plans for a new 1,100-home village, have called the Cheshire East Council draft development plan “helpful”. But they also question the weight of the report as they continue their fight to prevent Muller Property’s Nantwich South project.

Draft Local Plan favours new “Green Belt” to protect Nantwich

Draft Local Plan favours new “Green Belt” to protect Nantwich

Nantwich will be protected by new Green Belt land east and west of the town, and see 1,000 homes built near Reaseheath rather than Stapeley. That’s according to a draft Cheshire East Council strategy now ready for public consultation.