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Wybunbury Fig Pie Wake event set to attract thousands

Wybunbury Fig Pie Wake event set to attract thousands

Thousands are expected to descend on Wybunbury next week at the popular and quirky Wybunbury fig pie wakes event.

It sees villages competing to roll their fig pies the furthest down the village high street.

Shed blaze spread to trees and fences on Wistaston street

Shed blaze spread to trees and fences on Wistaston street

A fire in a large shed spread to trees and a fence at a house in Wistaston.

Fire crews were called out to the incident on Millrace Drive at around 6pm last night (May 29).

May 30, 2018 0 comments Sound, Village News, Wistaston
Four arrested over death of Audlem man as family pays tribute

Four arrested over death of Audlem man as family pays tribute

The family of an Audlem man who died after a late night incident outside a pub, have paid tribute to him.

Relatives of tragic Adam Lovatt spoke out as police confirmed four people have been arrested in connection with the incident.

May 29, 2018 0 comments Audlem, Crime, Incident, News, Village News
Firm’s car rally in memory of tragic Wybunbury Delves pupil Lewis Crossley

Firm’s car rally in memory of tragic Wybunbury Delves pupil Lewis Crossley

Staff at Construction Linx are taking on the car rally event Benidorm Or Bust to raise funds in memory of brave young leukaemia victim Lewis Crossley.

Team Lewis Trust was set up after seven-year-old Lewis, a pupil at Wybunbury Delves Primary, died in November.

Man, 45, found with serious injuries outside Audlem pub has died, police say

Man, 45, found with serious injuries outside Audlem pub has died, police say

A 45-year-old man who was found with serious injuries outside an Audlem pub has died, Nantwich Police have confirmed.

The cause of death is still unknown, however police are treating the death as suspicious.

May 25, 2018 0 comments Audlem, Crime, Incident, News, Village News
Man, 45, found outside Audlem pub with serious injuries

Man, 45, found outside Audlem pub with serious injuries

A man has been found outside an Audlem pub with serious injuries.

The 45-year-old is in hospital in a critical condition, says Cheshire Police.

May 25, 2018 0 comments Audlem, Crime, Incident, News, Village News
Reaseheath students to transform scrubland next to former Redsands site in Willaston

Reaseheath students to transform scrubland next to former Redsands site in Willaston

Plans to turn scrubland into an oasis for Nantwich families to enjoy have been drawn up by University Centre Reaseheath students.

The proposals are for land next to the former Redsands disused children’s home in Willaston, which is being redeveloped into a specialist care home for dementia patients.

Police probe theft of Quad Bike from Wybunbury farm

Police probe theft of Quad Bike from Wybunbury farm

A Quad Bike has been stolen from a farm on Wrinehill Road in Wybunbury, say police.

The exact time of the theft is not known but it happened before 8am on Monday May 21.

May 23, 2018 0 comments Village News, Wybunbury
Worleston fashion show to be staged by St Oswald’s School PTA

Worleston fashion show to be staged by St Oswald’s School PTA

A fashion show held at Worleston Village Hall in September was so successful that organisers are running another event on June 8.

And they say it will be even bigger and better this time around.

Church Minshull plant and art sale raises more than £10,000

Church Minshull plant and art sale raises more than £10,000

St Bartholomew’s Church in Church Minshull has had the most successful plant and art sale on record after raising a staggering £10,750.

The May event attracted 2,500 visitors and there were more than 200,000 shrubs, bedding plants, trees and perennials for sale and an art exhibition that displayed works from local artists.

May 21, 2018 0 comments Church Minshull, Village News
Nantwich pebble artists remember Manchester terror attack victims

Nantwich pebble artists remember Manchester terror attack victims

By Jonathan White
Pebble artists in Nantwich and Crewe have been painting bees on rocks to pay tribute on the first anniversary of the Manchester Arena terror attack.

The worker bee is one of the best-known symbols of Manchester and came to symbolise Manchester’s resilience after the atrocity which killed 22 people a year ago.

Stapeley Action Group launches new ‘Walk Stapeley’ guide

Stapeley Action Group launches new ‘Walk Stapeley’ guide

Stapeley Action Group has designed and launched a new Walk Stapeley guide to help families explore the parish!

The new leaflet – available online – contains seven walks all starting from the Cronkinson Farm pub car park.

May 19, 2018 0 comments Stapeley, Village News
Audlem Music & Arts Festival set to attract thousands

Audlem Music & Arts Festival set to attract thousands

The Audlem Music & Arts Festival 2018 is set to attract thousands of visitors to the village.

The five-day event, sponsored by residential developer Anwyl Homes, is taking place from May 24-28, with hundreds of performers from the world of music and art providing entertainment.