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Ex fireman from Nantwich unveils new “Cooling the Flames of Crewe” book

Ex fireman from Nantwich unveils new “Cooling the Flames of Crewe” book

By Jonathan White
A former fireman from Nantwich has compiled a new book about the fire service in Crewe, entitled ‘Cooling the Flames of Crewe’.

Gareth Roberts, 66, started the research as a lockdown project.

August 11, 2022
Nantwich author publishes new book “from Crewe to Malibu”

Nantwich author publishes new book “from Crewe to Malibu”

A Nantwich-born writer now based in Hollywood has published his new book “Fizzy Days and Plastic Monkeys: from Crewe to Malibu”.

Mark Millicent’s auto-biography is about making a comedy feature film set around 1970s ownership of a “Fizzy” and the moped phenomena of the mid 1970s when he lived in Cheshire.

August 4, 2022
Author Eleanor Dixon to talk about new book “Ballet School Rumours”

Author Eleanor Dixon to talk about new book “Ballet School Rumours”

By Jonathan White
Author Eleanor Dixon will talk about her new book “Ballet School Rumours” when she visits Nantwich Bookshop and Coffee Lounge on June 17.

Eleanor used to be a ballerina and taught in her own ballet school in Greece.

June 13, 2022
Rock star’s wife to stage book event in Nantwich

Rock star’s wife to stage book event in Nantwich

The wife of former Slade frontman Noddy Holder will be in Nantwich to talk about her debut novel next week.

Suzan Holder will unveil her romantic comedy with a musical twist when she appears at Nantwich Bookshop on Friday May 27.

May 19, 2022
“Real Forrest Gump” ultrarunner heads for Nantwich to launch new book

“Real Forrest Gump” ultrarunner heads for Nantwich to launch new book

By Jonathan White
An Ultrarunner known as the “Real Forrest Gump” is heading to Nantwich Bookshop & Coffee Lounge as guest of its first author event of 2022.

Rob Pope from Liverpool will be in town to promote his new book about his 15,600-mile run across the USA.

January 7, 2022
Nantwich grandmother pens children’s book during lockdown

Nantwich grandmother pens children’s book during lockdown

A Nantwich grandmother who penned her first book during Covid lockdown has successfully published it.

Amy Damatt, of Wellington Road, wrote the educational children’s story “A Puppy’s Tale by Rex” from the perspective of a rescued pup living with his owner and dogs of different ages and sizes.

December 2, 2021
England Rugby coach Eddie Jones cancels Nantwich talk

England Rugby coach Eddie Jones cancels Nantwich talk

A planned visit and talk in Nantwich by England Rugby head coach Eddie Jones has been cancelled.

Jones was due to give the talk on December 6 at Malbank School on his latest book, “Leadership: Lessons From My Life in Rugby”.

November 19, 2021
Author full steam ahead with crime book launch in Nantwich

Author full steam ahead with crime book launch in Nantwich

By Jonathan White
A Reverend has launched his latest crime story book at an event at Nantwich Bookshop.

Rev Malcolm G Lorimer’s “Murder on the Ribblehead Viaduct” is part crime and part autobiographical.

October 28, 2021
Wistaston garden centre publishes “Beetroot the Cat” book for charity

Wistaston garden centre publishes “Beetroot the Cat” book for charity

By Jonathan White
The Rising Sun Nurseries garden centre on Middlewich Road in Wistaston is selling a book to raise money for a charity.

The book is called ‘When Beetroot turned red’ and was written by Mark Cook, who is a family friend of the garden centre owners.

September 2, 2021
Stapeley pupils complete community litter pick as restrictions ease

Stapeley pupils complete community litter pick as restrictions ease

Pupils in Stapeley were inspired by a book called “Trash” to complete a community litter pick and tidy up their area.

The Pear Tree Primary year 5 youngsters read ‘Trash’ by Andy Mulligan as their class book last term.

May 24, 2021
Nantwich dad who wrote stories for daughter lands first book deal

Nantwich dad who wrote stories for daughter lands first book deal

An author from Nantwich who started writing a fantasy series to encourage his daughter to read, has been offered a book deal.

Ben Mears, who runs graphic design firm The Dream Loft, thought up story ideas while stuck in a traffic jam with then 10-year-old Henna.

May 23, 2021
“Ultimate Book of Nantwich Town” raises £1,200 for charities

“Ultimate Book of Nantwich Town” raises £1,200 for charities

By Jack Beresford
Sales of the “The Ultimate Book of Nantwich Town FC” have raised a massive £1,200.

Proceeds from sales have now been donated to two charities supporting NHS and care staff who have worked throughout the coronavirus pandemic.

April 7, 2021
Crewe-born author launches debut novel aged 50

Crewe-born author launches debut novel aged 50

By Jonathan White
South Cheshire writer Jed Cope has launched his debut novel at the age 50.

Writing under his pen name Jeddy McClownFace, ‘The Chair Who Loved Me’ is a fantasy/comedy/sci-fi story for older children and adults.

February 8, 2021