Post Tagged with: "Riverside"

New sign unveiled for Nantwich’s Riverside orchard

New sign unveiled for Nantwich’s Riverside orchard

A new sign has been unveiled to help inform visitors about Nantwich’s riverside orchard.

Mayor of Nantwich Cllr David Marren joined Nantwich in Bloom members to unveil the sign on Nantwich Riverside behind Shrewbridge Road.

October 25, 2018 0 comments Environment, Human Interest, News
Police search River Weaver in Nantwich amid missing person report

Police search River Weaver in Nantwich amid missing person report

Police divers have been searching the River Weaver in Nantwich today (May 7) amid reports of a missing person.

Police, fire crews and paramedics have been on the scene most of the afternoon at Riverside on the west side near Mill Island in Nantwich.

May 7, 2018 0 comments Human Interest, Incident, News
Stunning pictures capture Cormorant on River Weaver in Nantwich

Stunning pictures capture Cormorant on River Weaver in Nantwich

River Weaver in Nantwich continues to attract plenty of wildlife – as these stunning pictures show!

Our latest riverside resident is a Cormorant, captured in these images by local photographer Paul Topham.

February 11, 2018 0 comments Environment, Human Interest, News
Nantwich Museum to stage summer guided walks

Nantwich Museum to stage summer guided walks

Nantwich Museum are staging a series of guided summer walks around the town.

There will be guided Riverside Walks arranged to run in conjunction with the major summer exhibition “River Weaver – a meander through time”.

Nantwich Independent hits back at riverside car park plan

Nantwich Independent hits back at riverside car park plan

An Independent councillor in Nantwich has hit back at initial plans to build a car park on green space near the River Weaver.

Conservative councillors David Marren and Peter Groves say the site, behind Nantwich Pool off Wall Lane, is viable despite flood fears.

Nantwich volunteer groups give town centre a Spring Clean

Nantwich volunteer groups give town centre a Spring Clean

Nantwich Civic Society members were joined by volunteers for the town’s third annual Spring Clean. People from groups like Nantwich in Bloom, Nantwich Litter Group, Reaseheath College Horticultural Students and Barclays Bank Knutsford staff, took part.

Last Riverside signpost unveiled by Mill Island in Nantwich

Last Riverside signpost unveiled by Mill Island in Nantwich

The seventh sign has arrived along Nantwich’s Riverside – courtesy of Nantwich Civic Society and other local volunteers. The final signpost of seven was unveiled at the entrance to Mill Island on Waterlode yesterday to complete a town council funded project.

February 22, 2013 0 comments Environment, Human Interest, Latest
Seventh Riverside signpost to go up at Mill Island, Nantwich

Seventh Riverside signpost to go up at Mill Island, Nantwich

The last in a series of new Riverside signposts in Nantwich is to be unveiled this week. Volunteers of Nantwich Civic Society have teamed up with the town council who helped to fund the project.

Nantwich Riverside panels erected in community project

Nantwich Riverside panels erected in community project

New signs are being erected along Nantwich Riverside to help visitors find out more about the town’s landscape and history. The seven double-sided signs are the result of a project led by Nantwich Civic Society.

Diamond wedding celebration for Nantwich U3A couple

Diamond wedding celebration for Nantwich U3A couple

A Nantwich couple have enjoyed a Diamond Jubilee of their own after celebrating 60 years of marriage. David and Doreen Mason, of Riverside, Nantwich, crowned their diamond wedding anniversary on January 22.

February 1, 2012 0 comments Human Interest, Latest, News
Nantwich residents air views on Reaseheath College ‘land for homes’ plan

Nantwich residents air views on Reaseheath College ‘land for homes’ plan

Nantwich residents were given the chance to discuss plans by Reaseheath College to sell off land for a 1,100-home estate, shops and new school. The proposals for the 64-acre plot between the A51 and Welshman’s Lane could net the college up to £20 milllion.

December 13, 2011 1 comment Environment, Latest, News, Schools & Colleges