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Major doubts cast over Nantwich Food Festival in September

Major doubts cast over Nantwich Food Festival in September

Nantwich Food Festival directors are set to decide whether to stage this year’s show, with town councillors tonight casting a major doubt over it.

The three-day festival which attracts tens of thousands of visitors to the town is due to take place September 4-6.

April 23, 2020
Late night levy plan could be reviewed by Cheshire East councillors

Late night levy plan could be reviewed by Cheshire East councillors

By Stephen Topping, local democracy reporter
Cheshire East borough chiefs are being asked to reconsider a decision not to introduce a “late night levy” to bring in additional cash for police and the council.

Councils have had the power to implement a late night levy since 2011 – meaning an additional fee would be charged to licenced premises that can sell alcohol between midnight and 6am.

October 22, 2019
End of Life Partnership receives £8,000 donation from Orbitas

End of Life Partnership receives £8,000 donation from Orbitas

Award-winning South Cheshire charity The End of Life Partnership has received an £8,000 donation from Orbitas.

The End of Life Partnership works with local communities and professionals, supporting them to achieve good quality end of life and bereavement care.

August 22, 2019
Shavington Primary School earns £1,000 from Community Fund Scheme

Shavington Primary School earns £1,000 from Community Fund Scheme

Shavington Primary School has received a £1,000 donation from housing developer Barratts.

Headteacher Rachel Nicholls received the donation as part of the company’s Community Fund Scheme.

July 27, 2019
Councillors help residents measure out Barony Park for boundary work

Councillors help residents measure out Barony Park for boundary work

Councillors joined Nantwich residents to measure out Barony Park in a bid to speed up action and install perimeter protection.

Members of Friends of Barony Park were joined by Nantwich Town Councillors David Marren and Cheshire East Council Leader Sam Corcoran in the exercise.

July 17, 2019
Readers’ Letters: Barony Park injunction not “silver bullet” to stop travellers

Readers’ Letters: Barony Park injunction not “silver bullet” to stop travellers

Dear editor
Last week’s front page of the Chronicle seemed to be ‘givin it large’ about Kieran Mullan’s suggestion that Cheshire East Council needs to apply for an injunction to prevent travellers occupying the Barony Park, as though an injunction is the “silver bullet” to prevent further occupation.

July 7, 2019
Readers’ Letters:  Openness and Transparency at Cheshire East Council

Readers’ Letters: Openness and Transparency at Cheshire East Council

Dear editor
It is just over 7 weeks since the local Council elections of May 2 saw the overwhelming Conservative majority at Cheshire East Council, a majority in place since the council’s inception in 2009, evaporate with the loss of 18 seats, leaving the Conservatives 8 Councillors short and unable to form the ruling administration.

June 24, 2019
Cllr David Marren

Nantwich councillor to appeal after being expelled by local Conservative party

A Nantwich town councillor expelled by his own Conservative party for comments over the Barony Park travellers issue, says he will appeal the decision.

Cllr David Marren was suspended initially over his comments which laid the blame at the former Cheshire East Council Conservative ruling party for a lack of action over securing the park.

June 24, 2019
Cllr David Marren

Nantwich councillor expelled by local Conservative party for leader attack

Nantwich Town councillor David Marren has been expelled by his party for comments he made about lack of action over travellers on Barony Park.

June 13, 2019
Arthur Moran takes over as Mayor of Nantwich

Arthur Moran takes over as Mayor of Nantwich

The new Mayor of Nantwich Cllr Arthur Moran has officially taken over the chains of office for 2019-20.

Cllr Moran was formally elected as the new Mayor to take over from Cllr David Marren at a Mayor Making Ceremony on Friday (May 10).

May 14, 2019
Nantwich Fire Cadets put through their paces by town Mayor

Nantwich Fire Cadets put through their paces by town Mayor

Nantwich Fire Cadets were put through their paces when they were visited by Nantwich Town Mayor David Marren and his family.

The Cadets are one of the local causes to benefit from the Mayor’s fundraising work when Cllr Marren came to office in 2018.

May 8, 2019
Residents and councillors demand Barony Park action from Cheshire East Council

Residents and councillors demand Barony Park action from Cheshire East Council

Angry Nantwich residents have called on Cheshire East Council to build perimeter fencing around Barony Park after it emerged the authority has potentially earmarked part of a £2 million investment for the work.

It comes after families lost use of the park for more than a week when the latest illegal traveller encampment parked on the site between Good Friday April 19 and Saturday April 27.

April 29, 2019
Mayor opens new Cheshire Civil War gallery at Nantwich Museum

Mayor opens new Cheshire Civil War gallery at Nantwich Museum

Nantwich Town Mayor David Marren has opened the new Cheshire Civil War Centre gallery at Nantwich Museum.

The display features interpretation panels developed by the museum’s Research Group, supplemented by artefacts of the time and informative replicas.

April 25, 2019