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Burst water main keeps Rope Lane bridge closed

Burst water main keeps Rope Lane bridge closed

A major water main burst could keep the busy Rope Lane in Wistaston closed for another four days.

The burst happened earlier in the week, forcing Cheshire East Council to close off the Rope Lane bridge over the railway at the crossroads with Eastern Road and Gresty Lane.

Shavington Academy to stage Peter Pan musical this weekend

Shavington Academy to stage Peter Pan musical this weekend

Stars of Shavington Academy Theatre are back on stage this weekend as Must See Musicals present JM Barrie’s classic tale Peter Pan.

Performances are taking place at the academy theatre on Rope Lane in Shavington on Saturday and Sunday October 21 and 22, 2.15pm and 7.15pm.

Robbers armed with crowbars raid Shavington Co-op store

Robbers armed with crowbars raid Shavington Co-op store

Armed robbers threatened staff with crowbars and stole cash and cigarettes in a raid on the Co-op store in Shavington earlier today.

Two men pulled up at the store on Rope Lane in a red car, police believe.

February 22, 2017 0 comments Crime, Incident, News, Shavington, Village News
New road crossing boosts safety on Rope Lane in Willaston

New road crossing boosts safety on Rope Lane in Willaston

Road safety campaigners in Willaston are celebrating after a new crossing was installed on busy Rope Lane.

Local councillors in Willaston and Rope have been fighting for the crossing for years.

Plans for new Puffin crossing for busy Rope Lane in Shavington

Plans for new Puffin crossing for busy Rope Lane in Shavington

A new Puffin crossing is set to be installed at a busy junction in the Rope area of Shavington.

The crossing will be installed on Rope Lane near to the junction with Bankfield Avenue.

Willaston and Rope councillor backs fight against 880 homes

Willaston and Rope councillor backs fight against 880 homes

A Willaston and Rope councillor has urged residents to fight plans for almost 900 houses on green land near their villages. Himor Group Ltd has applied to build an 880-house “Gresty Oaks” development on land bounded by Rope Lane, Gresty Lane, Crewe Road and the A500 in Rope and Shavington.