Post Tagged with: "book"

Combermere Abbey owner launches new book on Country Homes

Combermere Abbey owner launches new book on Country Homes

The owner of historic Combermere Abbey near Nantwich has published a chapter in a new book on British Country Homes.

Sarah Callander Beckett, who runs the Combermere Abbey estate, contributed a section to the book, The Country House: Past, Present, Future.

November 8, 2018 0 comments Business, Business
Nantwich mum to launch new children’s book at library event

Nantwich mum to launch new children’s book at library event

A Nantwich mum is to launch her first children’s book this week at a Nantwich Library event.

Colette Warbrook’s “Help! I’ve Lost My Llama” will be featured at the library’s family storytime this Saturday (October 27).

Nantwich woman inherits £100,000 from book illustrator she never met

Nantwich woman inherits £100,000 from book illustrator she never met

A Nantwich woman has inherited the £100,000 estate of a children’s book illustrator that had been left unclaimed.

The amazing story of how Judith Hooley discovered the inheritance is to feature on BBC One’s Heir Hunters programme next week (July 17).

July 15, 2018 0 comments Human Interest, News
New ‘Nantwich Pubs’ book launched at town’s museum

New ‘Nantwich Pubs’ book launched at town’s museum

Nantwich has never lacked for somewhere to enjoy a tipple!

And now it’s been officially recorded thanks to a new “Nantwich Pubs” book just launched at Nantwich Museum.

June 7, 2018 0 comments Environment, Human Interest, News
Nantwich woman publishes book of stories based on her Paris life

Nantwich woman publishes book of stories based on her Paris life

A Nantwich woman now living in Paris has published her first book of short stories.

Former Nantwich and Acton Grammar School pupil Nicky Gentil has published “The Jazz-Girl, the Piano, and the Dedicated Tuner”.

New book tells story of Wrenbury brothers in World War 1

New book tells story of Wrenbury brothers in World War 1

A new book which tells the powerful real story of five Wrenbury brothers in World War One, is set to be released.

‘Thy Will Be Done: When Wrenbury Fields Fell Silent’ has been written by Peter Bebbington and Mark Potts.

November 16, 2017 0 comments Aston & Wrenbury, Village News
Top football writer Oliver Kay revisits Nantwich for one-off book talk

Top football writer Oliver Kay revisits Nantwich for one-off book talk

By Jonathan White
Top football journalist Oliver Kay returned to his Nantwich roots for a special talk about his award-winning book.

Kay, The Times’ Chief Football Correspondent, who grew up in Nantwich, discussed his book “Forever Young: The Story of Adrian Doherty, Football’s Lost Genius” at the Nantwich Bookshop & Coffee Lounge.

July 5, 2017 0 comments Football, Sport
Star Wars takeover of Nantwich shop boosts deaf-blind charity

Star Wars takeover of Nantwich shop boosts deaf-blind charity

Nantwich charity shop Sense has had a Star Wars takeover this week – to help boost funds for the deaf and blind.

The store, on Pepper Street, has been promoting a prize draw to win an exclusive autograph book, signed by the cast and crew of the iconic movie franchise.

April 13, 2017 0 comments Charity news, Human Interest, News
Nantwich History Tour book unveiled by Paul Hurley

Nantwich History Tour book unveiled by Paul Hurley

A new 96-page book called Nantwich History Tour will take readers on a journey to the town’s earliest days.

The publication, by Paul Hurley, explores the oldest of the three Cheshire Wiches or Wyches and its historical importance.

February 25, 2017 0 comments Human Interest, News
Cheshire author Phil Perry launches book at Nantwich Library

Cheshire author Phil Perry launches book at Nantwich Library

Cheshire author Phil Perry has unveiled his new book, The Battle of Baxter Bakery, at Nantwich Bookshop.

Phil’s debut book is a children’s novel set in a fictional bakery in the town of Mayfield, Derbyshire.

Nantwich author launches debut novel, Daisychains

Nantwich author launches debut novel, Daisychains

Nantwich author Anita Lounsbach has unveiled her debut novel, Daisychains, at the age of 77.

The book explores the complexities and nature of people, where there is no such thing as an ordinary person.

December 18, 2016 0 comments Human Interest, News
Nantwich Museum unveils Christmas celebration

Nantwich Museum unveils Christmas celebration

Christmas will be celebrated at Nantwich Museum on Saturday December 17.

Sue Church will be signing copies of her new book, “Nantwich Tales, Stories of the town and its people”, available from 10.30am to 11.30am.

Young Cheshire explorer unveils Everest book in Nantwich event

Young Cheshire explorer unveils Everest book in Nantwich event

A young Cheshire adventurer will be unveiling his new Everest book in Nantwich.

Alex Staniforth’s book Icefall chronicles his experience tackling Mount Everest, and surviving a devastating avalanche.

July 17, 2016 0 comments Human Interest, News