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Cheshire Blade FC improves conservation area after donation

Cheshire Blade FC improves conservation area after donation

Nantwich-based Cheshire Blades FC is improving its conservation area after it was awarded community funding from a house builder.

The club, located on Crewe Road in Willaston, has received a £1,000 donation from Redrow’s Kingsbourne community fund.

July 20, 2021
Nantwich Civic Society celebrates 50 years at museum event

Nantwich Civic Society celebrates 50 years at museum event

More than 60 members and guests gathered in Nantwich Museum to celebrate 50 years of Nantwich Civic Society.

The organisation has been serving the community and town to ensure conservation, good design and practical volunteering thrives.

November 29, 2017
Nantwich Civic Society celebrates 50th anniversary

Nantwich Civic Society celebrates 50th anniversary

Members of Nantwich Civic Society have celebrated the organisation’s 50th anniversary at the town’s museum.

The society was formed half a century ago by enlightened Nantwich residents, worried by the demolition of many historic buildings.

May 24, 2017
Nantwich Lake Wildlife conservation group launches clean-up

Nantwich Lake Wildlife conservation group launches clean-up

Hardy members of a new conservation group gathered for a Nantwich Lake big clean-up.

People leading the new Nantwich Lake Wildlife Conservation Group braved the wind and rain to carry out their first big initiative.

June 4, 2015
Nantwich Lake wildlife group plans backed by Edward Timpson

Nantwich Lake wildlife group plans backed by Edward Timpson

A new Nantwich Lake Wildlife Conservation group has met with Edward Timpson to outline plans for the town’s beauty spot.

The group, led by Caron Hull, has also been in contact with Cheshire East Council, Nantwich Town Council, RSPCA at Stapeley Grange, and Cheshire East Highways.

May 1, 2015
Nantwich Lake Wildlife Conservation group launch hailed a success

Nantwich Lake Wildlife Conservation group launch hailed a success

Organisers of the new Nantwich Lake Wildlife Conservation group say the first meeting was a big success.

Around a dozen people came together at the lake to discuss plans to improve the lake and surrounding area.

April 20, 2015
Councillors angry after Willaston pub demolition plan passed

Councillors angry after Willaston pub demolition plan passed

A councillor is furious that plans to demolish a historic Nantwich village pub were pushed through, despite a council conservation officer’s recommendation to save it.

The owners of The Horse Shoe Inn, on Newcastle Road, Willaston have applied to knock the closed pub down to make way for potential housing on the site.

October 28, 2014
Councillor’s boost to save Nantwich pub from demolition

Councillor’s boost to save Nantwich pub from demolition

A pub in Nantwich which faces demolition to make way for more housing, could be saved.

The Horse Shoe Inn, in Willaston, was earmarked under new planning proposals to be knocked down.

September 25, 2014
Eight Nantwich-based students secure wildlife placements in Europe

Eight Nantwich-based students secure wildlife placements in Europe

Eight Nantwich-based students are to join environmental projects abroad as part of their summer training. The Reaseheath College students, on a conservation and wildlife course, will gain experience in eco-tourism, environmental and woodland management during a four-week work placement.

March 22, 2014
Nantwich college students help Africa conservation scheme

Nantwich college students help Africa conservation scheme

Nantwich students took part in valuable conservation work during a tour to Botswana’s Northern Tuli Block. A group of 26 Reaseheath College students helped wildlife researchers to collect data on species diversity and abundance.

March 20, 2013