Post Tagged with: "St Mary’s Church"

Nantwich Town plan tribute after death of popular Frank Dale

Nantwich Town plan tribute after death of popular Frank Dale

Bosses at Nantwich Town are planning a tribute to club stalwart Frank Dale who has died. Frank was a popular figure around the Weaver Stadium club, attending games, functions and events for many years.

November 26, 2012
Nantwich Singers to stage St Mary’s Church concert

Nantwich Singers to stage St Mary’s Church concert

An evening of choral contrasts will be hosted by the Nantwich Singers this weekend. The group will be performing live at St Mary’s Church, Nantwich on Saturday November 24.

November 20, 2012
Thousands observe Remembrance Sunday services in Nantwich

Thousands observe Remembrance Sunday services in Nantwich

Thousands gathered in Nantwich and surrounding villages to pay tribute on Remembrance Sunday. A service and parade took place in Nantwich town centre and St Mary’s Church.

November 12, 2012
Nantwich Choral Society “Messiah” concert at St Mary’s heads for sell-out

Nantwich Choral Society “Messiah” concert at St Mary’s heads for sell-out

Nantwich Choral Society is heading for a sell-out with its special anniversary performance of Messiah. More than 100 voices will sing out loud against the backdrop of St Mary’s Church in Nantwich this Saturday November 10.

November 7, 2012
Samaritan’s Operation Christmas Child to open first Nantwich depot

Samaritan’s Operation Christmas Child to open first Nantwich depot

The national Samaritan’s Purse initiative Operation Christmas Child is setting up its first Nantwich depot. This year, shoeboxes with small gifts for needy children across the world donated in Nantwich will be checked and sent off direct.

November 5, 2012
Nantwich Choral Society welcomes Harry Potter singing star

Nantwich Choral Society welcomes Harry Potter singing star

A singing star whose voice featured on the film score of Harry Potter, helped visitors brush up on their vocal skills at a special Nantwich Choral Society day. Susan Marrs is one of the region’s leading mezzo-soprano soloists and a Fellow of Trinity College of Music in London.

October 12, 2012
Reaseheath College students graduate in Nantwich town centre

Reaseheath College students graduate in Nantwich town centre

Reaseheath College students celebrated their degrees at a graduation ceremony in Nantwich town centre. More than 100 graduates dressed in gowns and mortar boardscspilled out of St Mary’s Church where they mingled with families and employers.

October 11, 2012
Street Pastors scheme to be launched on busy Nantwich nights

Street Pastors scheme to be launched on busy Nantwich nights

Street Pastors are being introduced in Nantwich town centre to help police defuse night-time violence. The pastors, who wear distinctive blue jackets, are being brought in to offer pastoral care for revellers caught up in problems on busy nights in the town.

October 11, 2012
St Mary’s Church rector rewarded for service to Nantwich

St Mary’s Church rector rewarded for service to Nantwich

The outgoing rector of St Mary’s Church in Nantwich has been rewarded for his 13 years service to the town. Rev Peter Chantry was thanked by town councillors for his work across Nantwich.

October 10, 2012
Wistaston mum’s twins trauma inspires neonatal fundraiser

Wistaston mum’s twins trauma inspires neonatal fundraiser

A Wistaston mum has raised money for the neonatal unit that cared for all three of her children. Jo Davies, 31, collected donations from family and friends at the christening of her 20-week-old twins Charlie and Lily at St Mary’s in Nantwich.

August 22, 2012
Steam railway plan unveiled for Nantwich town centre churches

Steam railway plan unveiled for Nantwich town centre churches

Train enthusiasts have launched an ambitious scheme to build a steam railway line between two Nantwich churches. The “Nantwich Crossrail” project would ferry visitors between the Methodist church on Hospital Street and St Mary’s Church in the town square.

August 21, 2012
Wistaston dad and son complete 190-mile Pennine ride

Wistaston dad and son complete 190-mile Pennine ride

By Jonathan White A father and son duo from Wistaston completed the 190-mile long Trans Pennine Trail from Liverpool to Hornsea in aid of their village church. Saddle-sore Howard and Ben Barker pedalled their way across the country to raise fund for St Mary’s Church.

July 19, 2012
Wistaston dad and son’s charity ride to help repair village church

Wistaston dad and son’s charity ride to help repair village church

By Jonathan White A Wistaston man and his teenage son are to tackle a 190-mile charity bike ride on the Trans-Pennine Trail. Howard Barker and his son Ben, 15, are cycling from Liverpool to Hornsea in aid of their local church.

July 13, 2012