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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
Rotting food uncollected as CEC refuse teams hit by staff shortage

Rotting food uncollected as CEC refuse teams hit by staff shortage

By Belinda Ryan, local democracy reporter
Rotting food has been left in garden waste bins in parts of Cheshire East where fortnightly collections have been missed because of a lack of staff.

Cllr Rachel Bailey (Audlem, Con) has called on the council’s audit and governance committee to look at how waste food is collected and how the scheme operates to see if anything can be done.

October 5, 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
Audlem Climate and Nature Event to be staged in village

Audlem Climate and Nature Event to be staged in village

Residents and visitors are invited to join in Audlem’s “Climate and Nature Event” on Saturday (September 18).

The event, at the Buttermarket on The Square between 10am and 4pm, is one of many around the country kicking off the Great Big Green Week nationwide campaign.

September 13, 2021
PIC SPECIAL: Audlem Party on the Park 2021 concert

PIC SPECIAL: Audlem Party on the Park 2021 concert

Hundreds enjoyed a rare social gathering at the 22nd ‘Audlem Party on the Park’ on the playing field in Audlem, writes Jonathan White.

Comperes Dave Johnson and Maxine Mallen introduced each band with witty humour and got the crowd in a frenzy with an ABBA medley megamix during the interval between bands.

August 3, 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
Audlem pilot to pedal 420 miles in aid of friend battling tumour

Audlem pilot to pedal 420 miles in aid of friend battling tumour

An airline pilot from Audlem is swapping the cockpit for the saddle – to cycle 420 miles in three days in aid of a friend battling a brain tumour.

Shaun Rayne, 49, has set himself the massive challenge to raise money for Headcase Cancer Trust after his good friend Rick Youle was dealt a devastating blow.

July 9, 2021
Audlem retirement complex to stage  “open doors” event

Audlem retirement complex to stage “open doors” event

People in South Cheshire are invited to join retirement community residents for a summer get-together.

McCarthy Stone development in Audlem will open its doors for those wanting to find out what’s on offer.

July 5, 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
Audlem Party on the Park rescheduled for July 31

Audlem Party on the Park rescheduled for July 31

Audlem Party on the Park has been re-scheduled to take place on July 31 following the Government’s decision to extend current Covid restrictions.

Organisers and performing artists, including headline act “80s Mania”, have cooperated to rearrange the event.

June 15, 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
Audlem Festival of Transport set to go ahead in July

Audlem Festival of Transport set to go ahead in July

The popular Audlem Festival of Transport is set to go ahead on July 25, organisers have confirmed.

The event, which pulls in hundreds of visitors to the village, will take place subject to all the relevant Government and local guidelines.

May 10, 2021
Former village school building at Buerton near Nantwich for sale

Former village school building at Buerton near Nantwich for sale

A former school building in the village of Buerton is being sold as its owners move premises.

The old primary school site on Woore Road could be used as residential or commercial accommodation.

April 26, 2021