Stapeley

Nantwich fire crews hit out after bonfire left burning in Stapeley

Nantwich fire crews hit out after bonfire left burning in Stapeley

Fire crews have criticised people who started a bonfire in Stapeley and left it unattended.

They were called to the fire in a field off Thalia Avenue on the Stapeley Gardens development at around 5pm last night (Nov 7).

November 8, 2020
Stapeley girls collect bags of litter during half-term

Stapeley girls collect bags of litter during half-term

Two big-hearted Stapeley youngsters made the most of their half-term – by collecting bags of litter across their estate.

Millie Leeson and Lexie Newman, both eight years old and pupils at Pear Tree School, took matters into their own hands to tidy up the Pear Tree estate.

November 4, 2020
Nantwich primary school uses Covid scanners on pupils

Nantwich primary school uses Covid scanners on pupils

A Nantwich school is checking every pupil’s temperature as they arrive in a bid to keep it Covid free.

Stapeley Broad Lane C of E Primary, in Broad Lane, is one of the first schools in the area to use stand-alone devices which scan the temperature of each pupil, staff member and visitor as they enter the building.

October 23, 2020
Stapeley pupils harvesting for Nantwich Foodbank

Stapeley pupils harvesting for Nantwich Foodbank

Pupils at Pear Tree Primary School in Stapeley have been collecting food to support Nantwich Foodbank as part of their annual Harvest celebrations.

October 20, 2020
Cheshire Police unveils new “community policing” model

Cheshire Police unveils new “community policing” model

Cheshire Police has unveiled its new “community policing” model with “dedicated officers and PCSOs” in 122 community areas.

It will include new police bases in community and village halls in and around Nantwich.

September 25, 2020
Dramatic police chase through streets of Stapeley, Audlem and villages

Dramatic police chase through streets of Stapeley, Audlem and villages

Stunned Sunday afternoon walkers and cyclists watched a dramatic police car pursuit through villages and country lanes near Nantwich.

Witnesses say they saw several marked and unmarked police vehicles in pursuit of a Seat Leon for up to an hour yesterday (August 16) evening.

August 17, 2020
Cheshire East Council will NOT appeal Sec of State decision to allow Muller scheme in Nantwich

Cheshire East Council will NOT appeal Sec of State decision to allow Muller scheme in Nantwich

Cheshire East Council will NOT appeal a controversial decision by the Secretary of State to allow a massive housing development in Stapeley, Nantwich.

It means Muller Properties are now allowed to build phase one of their proposed “Nantwich South” development.

August 7, 2020
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
Kieran Mullan MP

MP Kieran Mullan criticises decision to allow Muller development in Stapeley

Crewe & Nantwich MP Dr Kieran Mullan has criticised the decision by the Secretary of State to allow the Muller Development to go ahead in Stapeley.

Nantwich South and Stapeley Conservative Councillors Andrew Martin and Peter Groves have long been against the development as was previous Conservative MP Edward Timpson.

July 20, 2020
“Sad day” for Stapeley campaigners who fought Muller Property development

“Sad day” for Stapeley campaigners who fought Muller Property development

Campaigners who fought to stop the controversial Muller development in Stapeley have called it a “sad day”.

Muller has been granted planning permission by the Secretary of State for the first phase of it’s 1,000-home “Nantwich South” scheme on land between Peter de Stapleigh Way, Audlem Road and the A51 London Road.

July 15, 2020
Mystery over Stapeley Happy Trail “pub” stone thefts

Mystery over Stapeley Happy Trail “pub” stone thefts

Two popular “I Miss The Pub” painted stones on Stapeley’s Happy Trail have now gone missing!

Mystery surrounds the disappearance of the bright red painted stones, which were a popular feature of the amazing Happy Trail along the Stapeley estate’s orchard path.

June 27, 2020
Stones trail in Stapeley inspires youngsters to fundraise for MIND

Stones trail in Stapeley inspires youngsters to fundraise for MIND

Big-hearted Stapeley youngsters are raising hundreds of pounds for MIND thanks to their amazing “Happy Trail” of stones and other initiatives.

As well as the brightly coloured stone trail, they have held charity sweet stalls and fundraising toy sales to raise funds during lockdown.

May 22, 2020
RSPCA Stapeley braced for surge in hedgehog admissions

RSPCA Stapeley braced for surge in hedgehog admissions

The RSPCA dealt with 2,691 wildlife incidents in Cheshire last year – with 325 involving hedgehogs.

Now RSPCA Stapeley in Nantwich is bracing itself for a surge in calls as the breeding season starts.

May 12, 2020