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Cheshire care company moves to bigger premises in Nantwich

Cheshire care company moves to bigger premises in Nantwich

A care company in Cheshire is celebrating 10 years in business with a move to bigger premises in Nantwich.

Home Instead Senior Care has moved from Dairy House Farm on Main Road, Worleston, to a 2,700 sq ft office over two floors in Frederick House, Princes Court, Nantwich.

May 24, 2017 0 comments Business, Business
Residents’ anger as Nantwich college works start without consent

Residents’ anger as Nantwich college works start without consent

Residents living near Reaseheath College in Nantwich claim construction work on new sporting facilities has started – without planning permission.

Families living close to the college grounds off the A51 raised their concerns at a Worleston parish council meeting.

Major works to close B5074 in Worleston for 10 days

Major works to close B5074 in Worleston for 10 days

The B5074 between Worleston and Church Minshull will close for 10 days to allow improvements and repairs.

Cheshire East Council says the works will bring highways improvements between the junction of Over Road and Cross Lane and the A51 Reaseheath roundabout.

January 13, 2016 1 comment Reaseheath & Worleston, Village News
Couple to stage “Nantwich only” wedding to boost local trade

Couple to stage “Nantwich only” wedding to boost local trade

A couple are turning their big day into a ‘Nantwich only’ wedding to help boost local traders!

Fiona Ridgway and fiance James Rose decided only to use Nantwich-based people and organisations when they tie the knot next month.

September 25, 2015 4 comments Human Interest, News
Worleston Village Fete near Nantwich set for July 25

Worleston Village Fete near Nantwich set for July 25

Worleston will be staging its village fete on July 25 with a host of entertainment on offer.

The event, to be staged at St Oswald’s Primary School, will feature Nantwich Concert Band among others.

Massive solar farm in Worleston could power 1,200 homes

Massive solar farm in Worleston could power 1,200 homes

Plans to build a massive solar farm on land near Nantwich are to be unveiled to the public next week.

Lightsource Renewable Energy is the firm behind the scheme at Dairy House Farm, in Worleston, which could power around 1,200 homes.

New Scouts and Girlguiding groups to launch in Nantwich

New Scouts and Girlguiding groups to launch in Nantwich

By Kirsty Rollings
New Scouts and Girlguiding groups are being launched near Nantwich to help cope with rising demand.

The latest groups will be based at the newly refurbished Worleston Village Hall in Worleston.

School bus service expands to connect Nantwich and Leighton Hospital

School bus service expands to connect Nantwich and Leighton Hospital

A school bus service is being extended to help residents travel between Nantwich and Leighton Hospital.

The new number 68 service was previously a school service for Malbank High School and Worleston School pupils only.

November 25, 2014 0 comments News, Reaseheath & Worleston, Village News
Nantwich primary school crowned Town Sports 2013 champions

Nantwich primary school crowned Town Sports 2013 champions

A Nantwich school scooped glory in the annual Town Sports contest on the town’s Barony Park. Pear Tree Primary, in Stapeley, were crowned overall winners after two intense days of competition involving 29 schools across Crewe and Nantwich.

Nantwich primary school absences top 16,300, FOI figures show

Nantwich primary school absences top 16,300, FOI figures show

Nantwich primary children missed more than 16,300 school sessions between them in 2011-12, figures reveal. But attendance has improved in all but two primary schools in the area in the last three years, according to statistics.

Nantwich primary schools celebrate Sportshall Athletics success

Nantwich primary schools celebrate Sportshall Athletics success

Nantwich primary schools are celebrating sporting success after winning through to the final of the Sportshall Athletics Competition. Teams of year 5 and 6 pupils from Crewe and Nantwich schools battled it out in a series of heats.

Worleston girls sell cakes and raise £125 for Children in Need

Worleston girls sell cakes and raise £125 for Children in Need

Five schoolgirls from Nantwich raised £125 for Children in Need by running a cake stall outside their local shop! The enterprising youngsters manned their mini patisserie outside Hulse Grocery & Bakery, on Main Road, Worleston, for 12 hours.

Worleston school to stage pamper evening and Christmas fayre

Worleston school to stage pamper evening and Christmas fayre

A Nantwich primary school is staging a pamper evening and Christmas fayre to help raise vital funds. Friends of Worleston are organising the event  at St Oswald’s Primary, on Church Road, Worleston on November 30.