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Residents object to venue licensing plans by Combermere Abbey

By Belinda Ryan, local democracy reporter
Twenty local residents have objected to plans to extend the licensing hours at Combermere Abbey Wedding Venue near Wrenbury, saying they are already disturbed by the late night noise.

The venue on Combermere Park Drive is currently licensed for events such as plays, dance performances, films, live and recorded music, as well as late night refreshment and the supply of alcohol.

May 12, 2022
Combermere Abbey marks Jubilee with planting of 889 trees

Combermere Abbey marks Jubilee with planting of 889 trees

Nearly 900 trees are being planted at Combermere Abbey near Nantwich to mark the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee

The 889 trees will also commemorate the number of years since the abbey was established in 1133.

April 15, 2022
Combermere Abbey announces return of Bluebell Walks for 2022

Combermere Abbey announces return of Bluebell Walks for 2022

Historic venue Combermere Abbey near Nantwich is opening its grounds to the public for its popular annual bluebell walks.

The walks will also include walking tours around the historic abbey.

March 12, 2022
Combermere Abbey pledges ancient oak to help rebuild Notre Dame

Combermere Abbey pledges ancient oak to help rebuild Notre Dame

Combermere Abbey near Nantwich has pledged an ancient oak in its grounds to help rebuild Notre Dame in Paris after the devastating fire.

Owners of the Abbey have rallied to contribute the mature oak tree towards the re-building of the cathedral’s roof.

May 6, 2019
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
Recognise this house? Family seeks help to identify Nantwich painting

Recognise this house? Family seeks help to identify Nantwich painting

A family has appealed for help to identify a house featured in a painting believed to be based in Nantwich area.

Mark Robinson says the painting has been in his family for more than 50 years.

December 5, 2017
Baker Wynne & Wilson hands out £25,000 pledge to 24 lucky groups

Baker Wynne & Wilson hands out £25,000 pledge to 24 lucky groups

Nantwich estate agents Baker Wynne & Wilson has completed its £25,000 Community Pledge by handing out funds to 24 local charities and organisations.

The firm held a celebration event at Combermere Abbey where the lucky beneficiaries were invited to pick up their grants.

August 4, 2017
Combermere Abbey owners win appeal to repair crumbling north wing

Combermere Abbey owners win appeal to repair crumbling north wing

Planning inspectors have given the green light for restoration work at a historic home near Nantwich. The owners of Combermere Abbey are celebrating after getting the go ahead to repair the crumbling North Wing of the Grade 1 building.

January 28, 2013
Visitor attractions near Nantwich scoop Marketing Cheshire awards

Visitor attractions near Nantwich scoop Marketing Cheshire awards

Attractions near Nantwich are celebrating after scooping top prizes at the Marketing Cheshire 2012 annual awards. The Yew Tree Inn, in Bunbury, won the Tourism Pub of the Year, while nearby Peckforton Castle (pictured) was crowned Hotel of the Year.

November 28, 2012
Cheshire East Council faces next step in Aston housing scheme dispute

Cheshire East Council faces next step in Aston housing scheme dispute

Councillors will decide on whether to impose a series of conditions on a controversial housing development in a Nantwich village. Initial plans for 43 houses in Aston were rejected by Cheshire East, but developers are appealing against the ruling.

October 23, 2012