Archive for March, 2018

The Studio to host two fundraising concerts during Nantwich Jazz Festival

The Studio to host two fundraising concerts during Nantwich Jazz Festival

The Studio nightclub in Nantwich will host two consecutive days of fund-raising concerts during the annual Nantwich Jazz, Blues & Music Festival.

The first day of the Festival, Thursday March 29, features 1980s Electronica tribute band ‘Electro 80s’.

March 19, 2018
Under-performing Cheshire East schools to receive extra Government funding

Under-performing Cheshire East schools to receive extra Government funding

Under-performing schools in Cheshire East could soon benefit from a share of more than £600,000 of Government funding.

Cheshire East Council has been awarded £638,452 to help boost primary and secondary schools in both the borough and neighbouring Cheshire West and Chester.

March 18, 2018
Wrenbury Nursing Home earns “Good” Care Quality Commission report

Wrenbury Nursing Home earns “Good” Care Quality Commission report

Staff at a nursing home near Nantwich have been praised by inspectors after turning it around in 18 months.

Wrenbury Nursing Home has received a “Good” inspection report from the Care Quality Commission, after inspectors said it “requires improvement” in its previous visit.

March 18, 2018
South Cheshire car dealer Swansway commended in national Motability awards

South Cheshire car dealer Swansway commended in national Motability awards

Family run Swansway Motor Group in South Cheshire has been commended in the national Motability awards for its website.

The company, which operates Audi, SEAT and Volkswagen dealerships in Crewe, was recognised in the Website of the Year category at the annual Motability Scheme Dealer Awards.

March 18, 2018
Church Minshull to stage ‘Wear a Hat Day’ fundraiser

Church Minshull to stage ‘Wear a Hat Day’ fundraiser

St Bartholomew’s Church in Church Minshull is holding a ‘Wear a Hat Day’ Messy Church fundraising event at 11am on March 25.

‘Wear a Hat Day’ supports Brain Tumour Research and St Bartholomew’s is hoping people will support this event by turning-up wearing a hat.

March 18, 2018
Nantwich Camera Club to host photographic lecture

Nantwich Camera Club to host photographic lecture

Nantwich Camera Club will be hosting another photographic lecture on Tuesday March 27, with a guest speaker from Yorkshire.

It will take place at 7.30pm at the club’s Regents Park base on London Road, Nantwich.

March 18, 2018
Nantwich Town suffer winter blues in 3-1 home defeat by Halesowen

Nantwich Town suffer winter blues in 3-1 home defeat by Halesowen

Nantwich Town suffered the winter blues at a snowy Weaver Stadium where they were beaten 3-1 at home by strugglers Halesowen Town.

It was the Dabbers’ second successive home defeat, and with only one league win from five outings all but ends their slim play-off hopes.

March 18, 2018

The Studio Nightclub Jazz Festival

Open All Easter Weekend With Live Acts, Bands & Celebrity Guests. Thursday – 7pm-3am Friday – 6pm-3am Saturday – Midday-3am Sunday – Midday-3am Celebrity Guests On The Sunday Will Include Andrew Brady From The Apprentice & Celebrity BB along side Scotty T from Geordie Shore! Check Out Of Facebook For Further Details & Acts Line Up! @STUDIONANTWICH

March 18, 2018
Review: Curtain Call Youth’s ‘Bugsy Malone’ at Crewe Lyceum

Review: Curtain Call Youth’s ‘Bugsy Malone’ at Crewe Lyceum

By Claire Faulkner
Curtain Call Youth were back at Crewe Lyceum this week with their production of Bugsy Malone.

The company, which had a cast of more than 50 young actors (and lots of custard pies), was directed and choreographed by Joel Montague and they delivered an outstanding and entertaining show.

March 18, 2018
Shropshire Union Canal embankment collapse leaves boats stranded

Shropshire Union Canal embankment collapse leaves boats stranded

An embankment collapse on the Shropshire Union Canal between Nantwich and Middlewich has left boats stranded and drained a large stretch of the waterway.

The incident has closed the canal between Wardle Lock and Stanthorne Lock, south of Middlewich.

March 16, 2018
Leighton Hospital bosses appeal to residents amid “under pressure” A&E

Leighton Hospital bosses appeal to residents amid “under pressure” A&E

Leighton Hospital bosses are appealing to residents with non-serious conditions to seek other services and relieve “under pressure” A&E department

Local NHS organisations have launched a drive to make sure Crewe and Nantwich residents know about services available if they fall ill or have an injury.

March 16, 2018
Heritage Falconry birds to star at Nantwich open days

Heritage Falconry birds to star at Nantwich open days

Rare birds who survived the “Beast from the East” Siberian winter, will be the stars of two open day events near Nantwich.

An Eagle Owl, Barn Owl, Harris Hawk and Buzzard will be in full flight when Falconer Toby Milburn attends the Overwater Marina events on Coole Lane, between Audlem and Nantwich.

March 15, 2018
Bunbury ward by-election: Labour Party candidate Jake Lomax

Bunbury ward by-election: Labour Party candidate Jake Lomax

Family man Jake Lomax is standing for Labour Party in next week’s Bunbury ward Cheshire East Council by-election.

The 44-year-old, who lives in Bunbury with his family, has worked in manufacturing, defence and financial services for many years.

March 15, 2018