Reaseheath & Worleston

New Reaseheath ‘bypass’ road to open by February 2022

New Reaseheath ‘bypass’ road to open by February 2022

A new A51 “bypass” around Reaseheath could be open as soon as February 2022, reports suggest.

The road is being built as part of the conditions for the Kingsbourne development, which will take traffic around the village of Reaseheath.

April 22, 2021
Police probe metal bar attack in Church Minshull

Police probe metal bar attack in Church Minshull

Police are appealing for witnesses following an attempted robbery in Church Minshull when a man was attacked with a metal bar.

The victim was working in his tool sales van in a layby when he was approached by a man carrying a metal bar at about 4.40pm on Monday (January 18).

January 20, 2021
A51 accident at Reaseheath causes tailbacks in Nantwich

A51 accident at Reaseheath causes tailbacks in Nantwich

A two-car crash on the A51 near Nantwich left one person trapped and long tailbacks today (January 8).

The accident happened on Millstone Lane close to Reaseheath College just after 6.30am.

January 8, 2021
Charity tractor run in Nantwich raises money for Motor Neurone Disease charity

Charity tractor run in Nantwich raises money for Motor Neurone Disease charity

The 2nd annual fund-raising ‘Charity tractor run’ took place from Stapeley, writes Jonathan White

The owners of 80 vintage and classic road-legal tractors arrived with their vehicles at Maylands Farm on Broad Lane, Stapeley, Nantwich for a 10am start on Sunday.

August 5, 2020
Reaseheath lambing event cancelled on February 29

Reaseheath lambing event cancelled on February 29

Reaseheath College has been forced to cancel tomorrow’s lambing event due to forecast stormy weather.

February 28, 2020
Councillors APPROVE 200 roads being axed from Cheshire East gritting routes

Councillors APPROVE 200 roads being axed from Cheshire East gritting routes

By Stephen Topping, local democracy reporter
More than 200 roads including many rural lanes in and around Nantwich will be taken off Cheshire East Council’s gritting routes after councillors approved the plan.

The controversial policy, which will come into effect from October this year, has been met with fierce criticism with many saying the council is putting lives in danger.

February 5, 2020
Reaseheath College prepares for biggest ever Lambing weekends

Reaseheath College prepares for biggest ever Lambing weekends

Reaseheath College is preparing its biggest and best Lambing Weekends so far.

The event, which attracts hundreds of families to Nantwich each year, is to be held in new spacious facilities on the college’s main campus.

February 4, 2020
Rural Nantwich lanes among 230km of roads to be axed from gritting routes

Rural Nantwich lanes among 230km of roads to be axed from gritting routes

A Cheshire East Council report shows the authority could be about to cut 230km of roads from its winter gritting routes – including a number of rural roads around Nantwich.

The Well-Managed Highway Infrastructure report, to go before councillors next week, highlights potential changes to its winter service.

January 29, 2020
Festive shoppers enjoy Etsy market at Reaseheath College

Festive shoppers enjoy Etsy market at Reaseheath College

More than 4,300 shoppers poured into a Christmas artisan market at Reaseheath College in Nantwich to buy original gifts made by local designers and craftspeople.

December 14, 2019
Busy Main Road at Worleston to close for a week

Busy Main Road at Worleston to close for a week

The busy B5074 Main Road in Worleston near Nantwich is to close for a week for patching work.

The closure between 9.30am and 3.30pm will impact on hundreds of drivers and all those accessing Reaseheath College entrances on Main Road.

December 9, 2019
Edward Timpson wins selection as Tory candidate for Eddisbury

Edward Timpson wins selection as Tory candidate for Eddisbury

Edward Timpson has been selected as Conservative parliamentary candidate for Eddisbury.

The former Crewe & Nantwich MP was selected was selected by members of the Eddisbury Conservative Association at a packed meeting at Willington Hall in Tarporley last night (November 7).

November 8, 2019
Plastic-free “The Store” launches in Nantwich this weekend

Plastic-free “The Store” launches in Nantwich this weekend

The first “plastic free” outlet launches in Nantwich when The Store mobile truck shop hits the streets.

The truck will be parked up on Churchside Yard in Nantwich from 9am-3pm this Saturday October 19.

October 15, 2019
Eddisbury Conservatives “sad” to lose MP Antoinette Sandbach

Eddisbury Conservatives “sad” to lose MP Antoinette Sandbach

By Stephen Topping, local democracy reporter
Eddisbury Conservative Association says it is sad to lose Antoinette Sandbach – but that the party must get on with delivering Brexit.

The MP for Eddisbury was one of 21 Conservatives to have the whip removed by the party on Tuesday night after voting against the Government.

September 5, 2019