Aston & Wrenbury

Residents petition CEC over pothole-ridden Wrenbury roads

Residents petition CEC over pothole-ridden Wrenbury roads

Fed-up road users in Wrenbury have launched a petition to get this busy pothole-ridden rural road re-surfaced.

It comes after residents believe Cheshire East Council had the funds to do the work on Station Road and Wrenbury Road last year – but then diverted the money elsewhere.

May 27, 2022
Combermere Abbey

Residents object to venue licensing plans by Combermere Abbey

By Belinda Ryan, local democracy reporter
Twenty local residents have objected to plans to extend the licensing hours at Combermere Abbey Wedding Venue near Wrenbury, saying they are already disturbed by the late night noise.

The venue on Combermere Park Drive is currently licensed for events such as plays, dance performances, films, live and recorded music, as well as late night refreshment and the supply of alcohol.

May 12, 2022
Wrenbury Bowling Club to host open green day

Wrenbury Bowling Club to host open green day

Wrenbury Bowling Club will be hosting an open green day linked to the national Bowls Big Weekend event on Saturday May 28.

The event aims to encourage new members and local communities to try bowls and see what they have to offer.

May 10, 2022
Residents back plans for new golf academy centre near Wrenbury

Residents back plans for new golf academy centre near Wrenbury

By Belinda Ryan, local democracy reporter
Plans for a golf driving range and junior academy centre on land at Wirswall near Wrenbury are being supported by residents from Whitchurch and Nantwich.

Ashbrook Golf Zone has applied to Cheshire East Council for permission to create the driving range and academy centre on agricultural land off Bradeley Green Lane.

April 6, 2022
Rise in passengers using new rural Nantwich on-demand bus service

Rise in passengers using new rural Nantwich on-demand bus service

Cheshire East Council’s new on-demand bus service is growing in popularity with rising passenger numbers, the authority says.

The “Go-Too” bus service has notched up more than 3,500 passenger journeys since its launch in October.

March 8, 2022
New ‘on demand’ rural Nantwich bus service launches

New ‘on demand’ rural Nantwich bus service launches

A new on-demand rural bus service to help reduce isolation and connect rural areas with Nantwich has been launched by Cheshire East Council.

The new “go-too” pilot scheme covers a large area south and west of Nantwich, including Bunbury, Wrenbury and Audlem and other villages, where no commercial services are available.

October 12, 2021
‘On demand’ rural bus service to launch between Nantwich and Audlem

‘On demand’ rural bus service to launch between Nantwich and Audlem

A new on-demand rural bus service is being launched to cover south of Nantwich connecting Audlem and other villages.

The Cheshire East Council “go-too” pilot scheme is aimed at tackling rural isolation.

September 18, 2021
Busy A530 near Nantwich to close for 8 days for canal bridge works

Busy A530 near Nantwich to close for 8 days for canal bridge works

The busy A530 Whitchurch Road near Nantwich is to be closed for up to eight days for major canal bridge repairs.

Drivers are being urged to avoid the route and follow diversions between July 31 and August 8.

July 30, 2021
Wrenbury & District Model Railway Club to host event

Wrenbury & District Model Railway Club to host event

Wrenbury & District Model Railway club will stage an event at Wrenbury Village Hall on July 3.

There will be a variety of layouts and other static examples in the small hall.

June 26, 2021
Residents’ views needed on proposed on-demand bus service

Residents’ views needed on proposed on-demand bus service

Nantwich residents are to be asked for their views on plans to introduce an on-demand rural bus service.

It aims to reduce isolation in some of the more rural areas of the borough around Nantwich including Bunbury, Wrenbury and Audlem.

June 17, 2021
Covid “Beer Hero” pubs in Cheshire celebrated by Eddisbury MP Timpson

Covid “Beer Hero” pubs in Cheshire celebrated by Eddisbury MP Timpson

A number of Cheshire pubs have been awarded “COVID Community Hero status” for their work to support local communities throughout the pandemic.

The award is supported by a cross-party group of beer-loving MPs, including Eddisbury MP Edward Timpson.

June 7, 2021
More 2021 events cancelled near Nantwich by Covid restrictions

More 2021 events cancelled near Nantwich by Covid restrictions

Two more popular summer events near Nantwich have been cancelled or postponed because of Covid pandemic restrictions.

Wybunbury Fig Pie Wakes organisers have decided to cancel its event which was due to be held on June 12.

February 24, 2021
Rural Nantwich communities feel “cut off” by Cheshire East Council after floods

Rural Nantwich communities feel “cut off” by Cheshire East Council after floods

Angry parish councillors near Nantwich are clubbing together to call on highways chiefs to stop leaving rural areas “cut off” by flooded roads.

Villagers in the Wrenbury, Newhall, Sound and Marbury areas say council bosses have left them stranded by failing to empty gullies and clear the floods.

February 14, 2021