Archive for April, 2018

The Start are on at Nantwich Club this Friday

Popular local band ‘The Start’ are appearing at Nantwich Club, Churchyardside, Nantwich at 9.30pm on Friday 27th April.

April 26, 2018 0 comments Listings
Former nurses can re-train as part of Leighton Hospital scheme

Former nurses can re-train as part of Leighton Hospital scheme

Former nurses have a chance to be paid while they retrain following the return of an award-winning programme at South Cheshire’s Leighton Hospital.

Mid Cheshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust is set to launch its latest ‘Return to Practice programme’ in September 2018.

April 26, 2018 0 comments Health, Human Interest, News
Motorcyclist seriously injured after Coole Lane crash with truck near Nantwich

Motorcyclist seriously injured after Coole Lane crash with truck near Nantwich

A motorcyclist was seriously injured after a collision with a lorry near Nantwich.

The 21-year-old man was badly injured when his motorbike collided with the truck on Coole Lane, between Nantwich and Audlem.

April 26, 2018 0 comments Audlem, Incident, News
Worleston WI to stage fund-raising Race Night at village hall

Worleston WI to stage fund-raising Race Night at village hall

Worleston WI are holding a Race Night at Worleston Village Hall on Main Road on Friday May 18.

The evening will start at 7.15pm, but guests are urged to arrive at 7pm.

38th South West Scouts in Nantwich celebrate Cheshire Hike success

38th South West Scouts in Nantwich celebrate Cheshire Hike success

Young members of the 38th South West Cheshire Scouts in Nantwich are celebrating success at the Cheshire Hike.

The group, based at the Davenport Avenue hut off Barony Road, saw eight members complete the hike, which is now in its 52nd year.

April 25, 2018 0 comments Human Interest, News

New Nantwich Ladies Social Group

Ladies, do you miss going for coffee, shopping or a glass of wine with your girlfriend? Have you just moved to Nantwich, or just haven’t found a friend locally?. Would you like to meet a group of like-minded ladies to socialise with, and perhaps meet your new best friend? If so, please contact me, as I am starting a new[Read More…]

April 25, 2018 5 comments Listings
Nantwich children plan time capsule at site of new care home

Nantwich children plan time capsule at site of new care home

Children from a primary school in Nantwich donned their hard hats to visit a care home building site – where they are planning to bury a time capsule!

Pupils from St Anne’s Catholic Primary School visited the site of Barony Lodge Residential Care Home in Barony Road to get inspiration for artwork to place in the time capsule outside the home, which will be run by Sanctuary Care.

Nantwich Town beaten by Shaw Lane after losing two-goal lead

Nantwich Town beaten by Shaw Lane after losing two-goal lead

By Steve Sharman
Nantwich Town were on the wrong end of a strong second half comeback from Shaw Lane who won 3-2 at the Weaver Stadium despite trailing 2-0.

The Dabbers had gone into the break with a two-goal lead thanks to a fine individual effort from Jordan Cole and a Matt Bell goal just before half time.

April 25, 2018 0 comments Football, Nantwich Town, Sport
“Very Best in Stand Up” returns with bumper bill at Nantwich Civic

“Very Best in Stand Up” returns with bumper bill at Nantwich Civic

The latest “The Very Best In Stand Up” promises to be a bumper bill of hilarity at Nantwich Civic Hall on Friday May 4.

Promoters have secured a line-up to rival the best clubs in the country – for just £10 a ticket.

Daleian Singers Male Voice Choir to perform in Cheshire

Daleian Singers Male Voice Choir to perform in Cheshire

The Daleian Singers Male Voice Choir are to perform a concert at Great Budworth church in Cheshire on April 28 at 7.30pm.

The award-winning male voice choir will be star of the show which also features Oliver Prichard-Jones (Alto sax) & Paul Barlow (Organ).

Nantwich Film Club to host third Nantwich Film Festival next month

Nantwich Film Club to host third Nantwich Film Festival next month

The Nantwich Film Club is hosting the 3rd Nantwich Film Festival between May 19 and 27.

This year’s “cinematic extravaganza” will be taking place at a variety of venues across the town.

Eight animal cruelty complaints every day in Cheshire, shock RSPCA figures show

Eight animal cruelty complaints every day in Cheshire, shock RSPCA figures show

Eight new animal cruelty complaints in Cheshire are being received every day by the RSPCA, new figures show.

The RSPCA investigated 2,787 complaints about animal cruelty in Cheshire last year – with eight new animal welfare concerns being looked into by local inspectors every day.

Bentley Motors set to get go ahead for Crewe site redevelopment

Bentley Motors set to get go ahead for Crewe site redevelopment

By Stephen Topping
Bentley Motors looks set to be given the green light by Cheshire East Council on its latest redevelopment plans for the Pyms Lane site in Crewe.

The firm, which employs thousands of people in Nantwich and Crewe, wants to build two, four-storey office blocks as part of its revamped campus.

April 24, 2018 1 comment Business, Business