Archive for December, 2015

Bunbury Neighbourhood Plan passes milestone

Bunbury Neighbourhood Plan passes milestone

Bunbury’s Neighbourhood Plan has successfully passed a key milestone.

The plan, designed to protect the community from unplanned and unsustainable development, has been given the green light by a planning examiner.

December 19, 2015 0 comments Bunbury, Village News
Nantwich students raise money for World Aids Day

Nantwich students raise money for World Aids Day

Caring students from Reaseheath College in Nantwich joined together to mark World Aids Day.

They formed a giant human ribbon on the campus’ front lawn.

December 19, 2015 0 comments News, Schools & Colleges
Fracking licences covering Nantwich and South Cheshire awarded by Government

Fracking licences covering Nantwich and South Cheshire awarded by Government

Fracking licences covering Nantwich and South Cheshire have been awarded to companies in the latest round held by the Government.

The new licences were announced by the Oil and Gas Authority, and cover Nantwich town, surrounding villages south to Audlem, north to Tarporley, and east to Crewe and Alsager.

December 18, 2015 0 comments Environment, News, Politics
Malbank School in Nantwich earns “good” grade in Ofsted inspection

Malbank School in Nantwich earns “good” grade in Ofsted inspection

Malbank School and Sixth Form College in Nantwich has been rated as “good” in its latest Ofsted inspection.

The report praises the Welsh Row school on a range of areas after a three-day visit last month.

December 17, 2015 0 comments Human Interest, News, Schools & Colleges
New-look Peacock pub in Willaston creates 15 new jobs

New-look Peacock pub in Willaston creates 15 new jobs

A refurbished pub in Nantwich has re-opened, creating 15 new jobs in the process.

The Peacock, on Crewe Road in Willaston, was taken over and renovated by Vintage Inns following an interior overhaul.

December 17, 2015 0 comments Business, Business
Edward Timpson marathon run raises £3,700 for MRI appeal

Edward Timpson marathon run raises £3,700 for MRI appeal

MP Edward Timpson has donated nearly £4,000 to the Leighton Hospital MRI scanner appeal after tackling the London Marathon.

The Crewe & Nantwich MP completed the 26-mile marathon to raise funds for the Mid Cheshire Hospitals appeal, setting a personal target of £3,000.

December 16, 2015 0 comments Charity news, Health, News, Politics
ABBA tribute band fill the floor at Nantwich Civic gig

ABBA tribute band fill the floor at Nantwich Civic gig

ABBA tribute band ‘ABBA Revival’ thrilled fans at a packed gig at Nantwich Civic Hall, writes Jonathan White.

They opened and closed their show with ABBA’s breakthrough hit ‘Waterloo’.

Four South Cheshire people face drugs charges after police raids

Four South Cheshire people face drugs charges after police raids

Four people from South Cheshire are among six who have been charged with drugs offences following a series of police raids.

A total of eight warrants were conducted at addresses in Crewe and Garston, Merseyside, on Tuesday (December 15).

December 16, 2015 0 comments Crime, News
Trampolining stars from Nantwich to represent North West

Trampolining stars from Nantwich to represent North West

Two talented members of a Nantwich trampolining squad will represent the North West at the Association of Colleges (AoC) Sport National Championships.

Georgia Thomasson, 16, and Rosie Lucas, 17, who study Sport Performance at Reaseheath College, took first and fourth place in an AoC Sport regional qualifier for trampolining in Lancashire.

December 16, 2015 0 comments Other sports, Sport
BT prosecuted in court for endangering Nantwich residents

BT prosecuted in court for endangering Nantwich residents

Telecoms giant BT has been prosecuted for endangering Nantwich residents during highways works, it has emerged.

The company was taken to court by Cheshire East Council following works on signal-controlled junction on High Street, Nantwich.

December 15, 2015 0 comments Crime, Environment, Incident, News
Nantwich Town youngsters play at St George’s Park England facilities

Nantwich Town youngsters play at St George’s Park England facilities

By Richard Scott
Three teams from Nantwich Town made the trip of a lifetime as they headed down to St George’s Park where England stars now train.

Dabbers youngsters honed their skills on the same facilities used by Wayne Rooney and Jamie Vardy during the trip to the FA National Football Centre at Burton.

December 15, 2015 0 comments Football, Nantwich Town, Sport
Tarporley restaurant Pesto backs Radio City Christmas appeal

Tarporley restaurant Pesto backs Radio City Christmas appeal

Tarporley restaurant Pesto is backing Radio City’s Mission Christmas Appeal by becoming a gift donation station for needy children. The charity hopes restaurant-goers will donate a toy or gift when they visit Pesto at Cabbage Hall on Forest Road. This will then be given to a child in need over the Christmas period. The radio station’s appeal hopes to help[Read More…]

December 15, 2015 0 comments Business, Business
Costume exhibition opens at Nantwich Museum

Costume exhibition opens at Nantwich Museum

“Costume Through the Ages” is the latest exhibition in the Millennium Gallery at Nantwich Museum.

The display explores how clothing has changed over the years.