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Christmas Lights switch on events for Nantwich and Crewe

Christmas Lights switch on events for Nantwich and Crewe

Nantwich and Crewe are preparing for their annual Christmas Lights Switch-on events over the next two weeks.

And both towns are hoping to use the festive season to pull in the visitors.

Tree of Light in Nantwich illuminated in moving ceremony

Tree of Light in Nantwich illuminated in moving ceremony

Crowds gathered in front of St Mary’s Church in Nantwich for the switch on of the town’s Tree of Light, to remember loved ones.

The moving service was led by Rev Dr Mark Hart of St Mary’s Church.

November 5, 2018 0 comments Charity news, Human Interest, News
Wellington Bomber crew remembered at Bridgemere service

Wellington Bomber crew remembered at Bridgemere service

A commemorative service was held at the Royal Air Force’s Memorial at Bridgemere to remember the crew of a Wellington bomber which crashed near to the village.

The commemoration took place exactly 74 years to the day the plane disintegrated over Bridgemere, crashing just off the A51 and killing six of the seven crew.

November 1, 2018 0 comments Human Interest, News
Mayor praises Nantwich Players as town “asset”

Mayor praises Nantwich Players as town “asset”

The Mayor of Nantwich has praised the amateur drama group Nantwich Players as a major “asset” to the town after watching its latest show.

Cllr David Marren was among packed audiences to watch the Players’ Autumn Production of “Breaking the code” by Hugh Whitmore.

Mayor’s Charity Ball at Nantwich Civic Hall benefits causes

Mayor’s Charity Ball at Nantwich Civic Hall benefits causes

Hope House, North West Ambulance, Nantwich First Responders and Nantwich Fire Cadets have benefited from Nantwich Mayor Cllr David Marren’s Charity Ball at Nantwich Civic Hall.

The dance floor was filled with movers and groovers inspired by the Sounds of the Sixties, performed by nationally recognised tribute band The Revolvers.

October 30, 2018 0 comments Charity news, Human Interest, News
Highfields Academy in Nantwich unveils £1 million facelift

Highfields Academy in Nantwich unveils £1 million facelift

Highfields Academy in Nantwich has unveiled its new-look after a £1 million facelift bringing its much-needed facilities into the 21st century.

Parents joined Nantwich Mayor Cllr David Marren in touring Highfields following a lengthy scheme to redevelop the building and boost safety and security.

October 22, 2018 0 comments Human Interest, News, Schools & Colleges
Poppy Cross tribute in Nantwich to commemorate 100 years

Poppy Cross tribute in Nantwich to commemorate 100 years

Nantwich Town Council staff have created a town centre tribute to commemorate 100 years since guns fell silent on November 11 1918.

An 8m by 5m cross centre-piece has been constructed in front of St Mary’s Church until the end of November.

October 12, 2018 2 comments Environment, Human Interest, News
Tree of Light plans for Nantwich in November event

Tree of Light plans for Nantwich in November event

Nantwich residents are invited to gather outside St Mary’s Parish Rooms where a Tree of Light will be illuminated in November.

There will be a short service of prayer, hymns and poetry at the event on Sunday November 4 at 5pm.

October 9, 2018 2 comments Environment, Human Interest, News
Nantwich Mayor joins 50th anniversary of South Cheshire Model Engineering Society

Nantwich Mayor joins 50th anniversary of South Cheshire Model Engineering Society

Nantwich Mayor David Marren joined in the 50th anniversary celebrations of the South Cheshire Model Engineering Society.

The society held a gala event at its headquarters behind the Peacock Hotel, on Crewe Road, Nantwich.

Nantwich twin town students tour the sites of Cheshire

Nantwich twin town students tour the sites of Cheshire

Fourteen students from Crewe and Nantwich’s German twin town of Bischofsheim sampled one of the hottest weeks in decades during a summer school organised by Crewe and Nantwich Twinning Association (CANTA).

The students, aged from their teens to 70s, received formal English lessons each day as well as dedicated cultural and learning visits.

July 31, 2018 0 comments Environment, Human Interest, News
Hundreds visit Nantwich Societies Spectacular on town square

Hundreds visit Nantwich Societies Spectacular on town square

By Jonathan White
Visitors packed in to Nantwich town square for the popular Societies Spectacular event today (July 21).

Local groups and societies opened up stalls to promote what they do to a large audience in an event organised by Nantwich Town Council.

Britain in Bloom judges praise Nantwich during visit

Britain in Bloom judges praise Nantwich during visit

Volunteers helped Nantwich look bloomin’ marvellous when judges from the annual Britain in Bloom competition visited the town.

Dozens of people helped ensure flowerbeds, planters and hanging baskets were brimming with colour for the visit last week.

July 16, 2018 0 comments Environment, Human Interest, News
Packed crowds enjoy Nantwich Schoolsfest 2018 in town square

Packed crowds enjoy Nantwich Schoolsfest 2018 in town square

Nantwich was filled with the sound of children’s voices for a record-breaking Schoolsfest 2018.

Families flocked to the town centre to enjoy a packed programme of music, art, dance and drama involving more than 500 youngsters.