Post Tagged with: "Cheshire East Council"

Audlem first to take over Cheshire East services

Audlem first to take over Cheshire East services

A village near Nantwich has taken on the very first transfer of services from Cheshire East Council. A series of transfers are planned as part of Cheshire East’s local service project, and Audlem Parish Council is one of the first to officially take control of a village service, opening up a toilet block to the public.

October 19, 2011 0 comments Environment, News
Family of Nantwich Second World War bomb victim traced

Family of Nantwich Second World War bomb victim traced

A descendant of one of six men killed trying to defuse an unexploded Second World War bomb near Nantwich has come forward. Cheshire East Council is searching for family members of Royal Engineers Sgt Edward Greengrass, Sapper Harold Thompson, Sapper Michael Lambert, Sapper George Lucas and Sapper John Perrins. They died when a German bomb exploded in a field between near[Read More…]

October 13, 2011 0 comments Human Interest, News
Two Nantwich sites considered for permanent gypsy camps

Two Nantwich sites considered for permanent gypsy camps

Land off Broad Lane in Stapeley and Hack Green, near Nantwich, were both considered for possible permanent gypsy sites by Cheshire East Council, it has emerged. They were on a list of 11 sites seriously considered before the council settled on land off Parkers Road/Kent Lane, in Crewe.

October 7, 2011 4 comments Environment, Human Interest, News
Stapeley Parish Council frustration over community hall delays

Stapeley Parish Council frustration over community hall delays

Members of Stapeley Parish Council have revealed their frustration at the ongoing saga over the new community hall which is still not open for use. Hundreds of families have looked on in annoyance as the hall continues to be unused with metal fencing surrounding the site.

October 5, 2011 1 comment Environment, Human Interest, News
New Cheshire East highways deal for Nantwich roads

New Cheshire East highways deal for Nantwich roads

Nantwich’s roads will be maintained by a different company after Cheshire East Council unveiled its new approach to servicing the area’s highways. A new fleet of gritting vehicles, roadwork updates via Twitter and savings of more than £1 million a year are being promised by the council.

October 5, 2011 0 comments News
New sign for Willaston street after bin problems

New sign for Willaston street after bin problems

New street signs are to be erected at a Willaston cul-de-sac after residents’ complained their bins were not being collected. The new signs will go up for The Fields, off Cheerbrook Road, Willaston, in the next few weeks, Cheshire East Council has confirmed. Cllr Brian Silvester (pictured), who represents Willaston and Rope, welcomed the news.

September 19, 2011 1 comment Environment, News
Burst pipe closes Nantwich outdoor pool

Burst pipe closes Nantwich outdoor pool

Nantwich outdoor pool was closed today (September 15) due to a burst pipe – on one of the warmest days of the month. Swimmers are being advised by staff that it is unlikely to be repaired today. The pool, the only brine outdoor pool in ther country, opens throughout summer until the end of September. Customers are advised to check the Cheshire[Read More…]

September 15, 2011 0 comments Human Interest
Childminder drop-in event at Nantwich Children’s Centre

Childminder drop-in event at Nantwich Children’s Centre

Registered childminders in Nantwich will get a chance to meet Cheshire East Council’s family information service later this month. During the session at Nantwich Children’s Centre (pictured), childminders can learn how to promote themselves by providing a list of their services, like school pick-ups in a certain geographical area.

September 8, 2011 0 comments Human Interest, News
Memorial for six men killed by German bomb in Nantwich

Memorial for six men killed by German bomb in Nantwich

A memorial is to be erected in honour of six men killed while disarming German bombs in a field near Nantwich. The men, from the Royal Engineers, had safely disarmed three of the bombs found close to Alvaston Hall, Nantwich.

September 6, 2011 0 comments Human Interest, News
Petition calls for 20mph speed limit on Nantwich streets

Petition calls for 20mph speed limit on Nantwich streets

An ePetition calling for a 20mph speed limit on all residential streets in Nantwich has just one week left to run. The petition, which is currently posted on the Cheshire East Council website, says lower traffic speed limits will improve lives of many in the town.

September 1, 2011 1 comment Environment, News