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Hundreds of visitors enjoy Nantwich Societies Spectacular Day

Hundreds of visitors enjoy Nantwich Societies Spectacular Day

Visitors packed in to Nantwich town square for the popular Societies Spectacular event.

More than 30 local groups and societies opened up stalls to promote what they do to a large audience in an event organised by Nantwich Town Council.

Angry Nantwich town centre residents fight plans for Craft Ale Bar

Angry Nantwich town centre residents fight plans for Craft Ale Bar

Nantwich town centre residents are fighting plans for a Craft Ale Bar on Castle Street, claiming the area is already a magnet for drug users and trouble makers.

A licensing application to open premises next to The Studio has been submitted to Cheshire East Council by Peter Terry.

July 14, 2017 0 comments Crime, Environment, Human Interest, News
New Mayor of Nantwich Cllr Penny Butterill installed

New Mayor of Nantwich Cllr Penny Butterill installed

The new Mayor of Nantwich has been installed, with Cllr Penny Butterill taking over the role.

Cllr Butterill, who represents Nantwich North and West, was invested at the Mayor Making ceremony during the annual Nantwich Town Council meeting last night (May 11).

May 12, 2017 0 comments Human Interest, News
Review: Meet The Beatles wows packed Nantwich Civic Hall

Review: Meet The Beatles wows packed Nantwich Civic Hall

By Jonathan White
‘Meet The Beatles’ performed at Nantwich Civic Hall in front of a sell-out audience.

Talented acoustic guitar and female vocal duo ‘Chapter Two’ warmed up the audience with a mixture of classic tracks.

Nantwich in Bloom team honoured for Gold award

Nantwich in Bloom team honoured for Gold award

Volunteers who run Nantwich in Bloom group have been honoured for helping the town scoop another Gold award.

North West judges of the prestigious Britain in Bloom competition were once again bowled over by Nantwich’s floral look.

December 17, 2016 1 comment Environment, Human Interest, News
Plans to extend Nantwich Civic Hall unveiled

Plans to extend Nantwich Civic Hall unveiled

Plans have been unveiled to extend Nantwich Civic Hall – including a glass overhead walkway linking to the library next door.

Nantwich Town Council, which now owns the hall, hopes the £1.2million two-storey rear extension to the Civic Hall will provide a range of benefits to the community.

December 16, 2016 1 comment Environment, Human Interest, News
Cheshire East offers four free parking days a year in Nantwich

Cheshire East offers four free parking days a year in Nantwich

Free car parking will be available on four days a year in Nantwich under a new plan unveiled by Cheshire East Council.

The initiative comes after town councillors and traders campaigned for ‘fairness’ compared to other towns in the borough.

December 16, 2016 5 comments Environment, Human Interest, News, Politics
Nantwich Christmas lights competition for youngster to help switch-on

Nantwich Christmas lights competition for youngster to help switch-on

A Nantwich youngster has the chance to help Olympic stars Bryony Page and Andrew Small switch on the town’s Christmas lights.

Nantwich Town Council is to hold a competition for youngsters, with the winner going on stage alongside the Rio medal winners on the night of switch-on.

October 22, 2016 0 comments Community Events, What's On & Reviews
Angry councillors attack Nantwich Kingsley Fields housing plans

Angry councillors attack Nantwich Kingsley Fields housing plans

Councillors in Nantwich have hit out at detailed plans unveiled for the Kingsley Fields 1,000-home development in the town.

North West Nantwich Consortium already has outline planning permission for the site which borders River Weaver, Waterlode, the A51 and Welshmans Lane.

Welsh Row/Waterlode traffic lights set to be switched on in Nantwich

Welsh Row/Waterlode traffic lights set to be switched on in Nantwich

A new traffic lights system on one of Nantwich’s busiest junctions has finally been switched on, despite weeks of delays.

The lights improvement is taking place at the junction of Welsh Row and Waterlode, but temporary lights have been in place for several weeks, causing long delays

September 27, 2016 2 comments Environment, Human Interest, News
Nantwich councillors call for crackdown on fly-posting in town

Nantwich councillors call for crackdown on fly-posting in town

Town councillors are to explore bylaws in a bid to crackdown on fly-posting in Nantwich.

Many organisers use posters, notices and flyers on windows, walls, lamp-posts, and phone boxes to promote events.

Nantwich to stage new outdoor table top sale

Nantwich to stage new outdoor table top sale

Nantwich Town Council is to run new outdoor table top sales each week.

The sales will take place every Tuesday morning throughout the summer on the car park at the side of Nantwich Market.

Nantwich town councillors plan to create new town flag

Nantwich town councillors plan to create new town flag

Nantwich town councillors are planning to design and launch the town’s own flag.

The town centre is awash with patriotic colour with flags are flying and bunting hanging high.

April 12, 2016 0 comments Environment, Human Interest, News, Politics