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Hundreds to join funeral ride in honour of Shavington cyclist Michael Beeston

Hundreds to join funeral ride in honour of Shavington cyclist Michael Beeston

Hundreds of cyclists are expected to follow the funeral cortege of Shavington man Michael Beeston when they honour him later this week.

Michael, who worked in Nantwich, was killed after a collision with a car as he cycled home late at night.

October 27, 2015 1 comment News, Shavington, Village News, Willaston & Rope
Friends pay tribute to Shavington man Michael Beeston after cycling death

Friends pay tribute to Shavington man Michael Beeston after cycling death

Friends of a Nantwich worker killed when he collided with a car while cycling home, have paid tribute to him.

Michael Beeston, 44, from Shavington, died when he collided with a blue Vauxhall Astra along Nantwich Road in Crewe.

Young Nantwich and Crewe designers scoop Expert Logistics prize

Young Nantwich and Crewe designers scoop Expert Logistics prize

Two young Nantwich and Crewe designers are going places after helping distribution firm Expert Logistics bring its core values to life.

Graphic Design students Megan Shepherd and Lauren Walker won a competition to show off their artistic talents and work to a client brief.

Shavington music star Tom Seals visits old college ahead of UK tour

Shavington music star Tom Seals visits old college ahead of UK tour

Shavington musician Tom Seals, one of the UK’s rising stars of jazz and pop, returned to his old college to fine-tune his act ahead of a UK tour.

Tom and his band took advantage of some last minute practice in South Cheshire College’s Centre Stage Theatre before they head up and down the country in October.

October 5, 2015 0 comments Shavington, Village News
Pupils across Nantwich bowled over by cricket festival

Pupils across Nantwich bowled over by cricket festival

Primary school pupils across Nantwich were bowled over after taking part in a diamond cricket festival at South Cheshire College.

Youngsters in years 4 and 5 from Stapeley, Wybunbury, Wrenbury, Shavington and Wistaston went head-to-head in the event which gave them an introduction to the game.

September 26, 2015 0 comments Cricket, Sport
Rope Green nursery raises £800 for Donna Louise Hospice

Rope Green nursery raises £800 for Donna Louise Hospice

Staff, children and parents at a day nursery in Shavington helped raise more than £800 for a hospice.

Rope Green Day Nursery staged a fundraising family fun day at their premises in Shavington in aid of Donna Louise Children’s Hospice.

September 24, 2015 0 comments Shavington, Village News, Willaston & Rope
Everybody Sport launches personal training scheme at Shavington

Everybody Sport launches personal training scheme at Shavington

Everybody Sport and Recreation has launched a pilot personal training scheme in three leisure centres in Cheshire East, including Shavington.

It’s part of a wider plan to roll out to further centres by January 2016.

August 9, 2015 0 comments Business, Business
New £7m Shavington-Crewe Jack Mills Way link road unveiled

New £7m Shavington-Crewe Jack Mills Way link road unveiled

The grandson of a driver attacked in the notorious Great Train Robbery, has described a road naming ceremony in Shavington as a “very proud moment”.

Ian Mills unveiled a street sign as part of the launch of Jack Mills Way – the new £7million road linking the A500 at Shavington with Gresty Road in Crewe.

New £7 million road linking A500 and Gresty Road to be unveiled

New £7 million road linking A500 and Gresty Road to be unveiled

The new £7million road linking the A500 at Shavington with Gresty Road in Crewe is to be unveiled on Monday (July 27).

The 0.7-mile Basford West Spine Road will be named Jack Mills Way, after the late train driver from Crewe who was attacked during the notorious Great Train Robbery in 1963.

July 24, 2015 5 comments Environment, News, Shavington
Ex Malbank student’s new firm lands major apprenticeship deal

Ex Malbank student’s new firm lands major apprenticeship deal

Former Malbank School student Kate Carney is making waves with her new business after scooping a major apprenticeship deal.

Kate, from Shavington, runs Stitch Learning, which specialises in working with apprenticeship providers and colleges to attract and keep young learners.

July 9, 2015 0 comments Business, Business
Hunt for driver who targeted police in Shavington smash

Hunt for driver who targeted police in Shavington smash

A driver who crashed into a police vehicle in Shavington and then made off in another car, is being hunted by officers.

Police are urging witnesses who may have seen or know about the collision on Main Road, near to Barons Road, to come forward.

June 30, 2015 0 comments Shavington, Village News
Shavington Panto looks to build on NODA award

Shavington Panto looks to build on NODA award

By Sara Royle
Shavington Panto’s prestigious National Operative and Dramatic Association award, has left cast and crew thirsty for more success.

The NODA accolade came just three short months after they took to the stage to perform their 2015 show, ‘The Pantomime Voyages of Sinbad’.

May 19, 2015 0 comments Shavington, Village News
Taylor’s Choice rebrands as Homefeeds after major revamp

Taylor’s Choice rebrands as Homefeeds after major revamp

A horticultural supplier in South Cheshire has a new name after undergoing a major revamp.

Shavington-based Taylor’s Choice has refurbished its shop, and relaunched under the new name Homefeeds, after 50 years in business.

May 5, 2015 0 comments Business, Business