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Nantwich South bypass is option, says Cheshire East leader

Nantwich South bypass is option, says Cheshire East leader

By Kirsty Rollings
A Nantwich South bypass could become a reality to boost transport links in South Cheshire, admits Cheshire East Leader Cllr Michael Jones.

The bypass is one of a number of ideas council chiefs are now considering to boost infrastructure when the HS2 rail line opens in 2027.

August 28, 2015
Everybody Sport launches personal training scheme at Shavington

Everybody Sport launches personal training scheme at Shavington

Everybody Sport and Recreation has launched a pilot personal training scheme in three leisure centres in Cheshire East, including Shavington.

It’s part of a wider plan to roll out to further centres by January 2016.

August 9, 2015
Nantwich Library to host Edwardian postcards talk

Nantwich Library to host Edwardian postcards talk

Nantwich’s new-look library will be hosting a one-off talk on postcards of Edwardian times.

The Beam Street venue, which recently re-opened after refurbishment work, is staging the talk delivered by Linda Clarke, from Cheshire Archives and Local Studies.

July 10, 2015
Nantwich residents face hike in council pest control costs

Nantwich residents face hike in council pest control costs

Cheshire East’s pest control service could soon charge Nantwich residents four times as much for dealing with rats and mice.

The current in-house service, which tackles pests including rats, mice, wasps, ants and fleas, makes a loss.

July 7, 2015
Everybody Sport and Recreation launches apprenticeship scheme

Everybody Sport and Recreation launches apprenticeship scheme

Everybody Sport and Recreation is offering 10 apprenticeships to kick-start careers in leisure.

The Cheshire East trust, which was formed in May last year, hopes the roles will provide job training and qualifications for those trying to get in to the leisure industry.

June 9, 2015
36,000 new homes needed in Cheshire East, claims growth forecast

36,000 new homes needed in Cheshire East, claims growth forecast

Cheshire East could see a massive 36,000 new homes over the next 15 years, according to reports published today (May 13).

That’s a rise of 7,000 on the number originally predicted in the initial draft of the Cheshire East Local Plan.

May 13, 2015
Nantwich Civic Hall running cost falls by £31,000

Nantwich Civic Hall running cost falls by £31,000

The cost of running Nantwich Civic Hall has fallen by £31,000, latest figures show.

The drop is good news for Nantwich Town Council, who took over the venue from Cheshire East Council three years ago.

April 27, 2015
Inspectors set new Local Plan deadline for Cheshire East Council

Inspectors set new Local Plan deadline for Cheshire East Council

Cheshire East has until end of July to submit more evidence in its fight to get a Local Plan recognised.

The new deadline has been set by planning inspectors to take account of the general and local elections.

April 7, 2015
New signs and sculpture to be unveiled at Nantwich Lake

New signs and sculpture to be unveiled at Nantwich Lake

People are being invited to a day of celebration at Nantwich Lake to see new information signs and a swan sculpture unveiled.

The event, from 11am to 3pm on Tuesday April 7, has been organised by Cheshire East Council with the help of Ansa Environmental Services Limited, the RSPCA and The Dogs Trust.

March 26, 2015
Nantwich market traders call for opening hours clampdown

Nantwich market traders call for opening hours clampdown

Market traders in Nantwich who pack up early are having a negative impact on the town, other stallholders claim.

Concerned traders attended a town council meeting to air fears that some are not adhering to opening hours – which could be turning customers away.

March 10, 2015
Unsafe sunbeds found in Nantwich and Crewe crackdown

Unsafe sunbeds found in Nantwich and Crewe crackdown

Two thirds of sunbeds tested in Cheshire East were not safe enough, startling figures have revealed.

In an inspection of tanning salons across Nantwich, Crewe and other towns, only 32 of 90 sunbeds met European safety standards.

February 3, 2015
Councillors advised to reject controversial Hack Green travellers site

Councillors advised to reject controversial Hack Green travellers site

Planners have recommended a controversial bid to turn former Hack Green RAF camp near Nantwich into a large-scale site for travelling families, is rejected.

The plan is to create nine large plots on the site off Coole Lane in Austerson, for showpeople families to live and store fairground equipment.

January 20, 2015
Nantwich hosts Alzheimer’s Society courses for carers

Nantwich hosts Alzheimer’s Society courses for carers

New courses for carers are being held in Nantwich by Alzheimer’s Society in Cheshire East.

The courses aim to help the carers of people affected by dementia cope with their roles.

January 19, 2015