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TV director David Parker to give “Laurie Lee” talk in Nantwich

TV director David Parker to give “Laurie Lee” talk in Nantwich

By Jonathan White
Local TV director David Parker is giving an illustrated talk entitled ‘Laurie Lee – The Lost Recordings’ at the Nantwich Bookshop & Coffee Lounge.

The talk will take place on Thursday November 21 and will include reflections on love, landscape, writing, poetry, childhood, music and more from the voice of Laurie Lee – one of the great English writers of the last century.

November 16, 2019
Second senior officer to leave Leighton Hospital

Second senior officer to leave Leighton Hospital

By Stephen Topping
A second senior officer is to leave Leighton Hospital to take a role at Royal Stoke this year.

Mark Oldham, director of finance and strategic planning at Mid Cheshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, is due to become chief finance officer at University Hospitals of North Midlands NHS Trust.

March 5, 2019
Nantwich accountants Afford Bond boost team with two new appointments

Nantwich accountants Afford Bond boost team with two new appointments

Nantwich accountants Afford Bond have made two new Associate Director appointments at its Wellington Road offices.

Sarah Glass, 41, with over 15 years’ experience, has been promoted to Associate Director.

January 13, 2019
Colleagues pay tribute to Nantwich accountant who dies aged 42

Colleagues pay tribute to Nantwich accountant who dies aged 42

Colleagues have paid tribute to a Nantwich accountant who has died aged just 42.

Jonathan Curwen, co-director of Afford Bond Chartered Accountants, died of cancer after a brave battle, the firm said.

September 7, 2018
Nantwich firm Boughey Distribution appoints new operations director

Nantwich firm Boughey Distribution appoints new operations director

Nantwich-based Boughey Distribution has appointed Danny Earp as the firm’s new warehouse operations director – 13 years after joining as a warehouse clerk!

Danny joined the company, based on Nantwich Road in Wardle, in September 2004 straight out of university.

August 18, 2017
FA Trophy Wembley win beats promotion, says Nantwich Town director

FA Trophy Wembley win beats promotion, says Nantwich Town director

A Nantwich Town director has put an FA Trophy win at Wembley ahead of league promotion.

Tim Crighton, Dabbers commercial director, says he would prefer to see the club at Wembley winning a cup.

March 10, 2016
Alextra Accountants celebrates 10 years with new director

Alextra Accountants celebrates 10 years with new director

South Cheshire firm Alextra Accountants is celebrating its 10th anniversary with the appointment of their fourth director.

The company, founded by Nantwich businessman Keith Knight in 2005, has grown into a 20-strong team at the centre of the local business community.

December 11, 2015
“That’ll be the Day” musical director looks forward to Crewe Lyceum return

“That’ll be the Day” musical director looks forward to Crewe Lyceum return

By Claire Faulkner
To the delight of its fans, the smash hit musical ‘That’ll Be The Day’ returns to The Lyceum in Crewe later this month.

Well-known by theatre goers, ‘That’ll Be The Day’ has been described as the best rock and roll shown on the road, covering hits from the 50s, 60s and 70s.

February 9, 2015
£30k pay rise for Cheshire East director in charge of Local Plan

£30k pay rise for Cheshire East director in charge of Local Plan

A Cheshire East Council director whose department presided over the much-criticised effort to deliver the Local Plan, is set to be promoted with a £30,000 pay rise.

Caroline Simpson (pictured) is set to move from “director of economic growth and prosperity” to “executive director of economic growth and prosperity”, according to a report.

December 17, 2014
‘Game of Thrones’ star looks ahead to Crewe Lyceum show

‘Game of Thrones’ star looks ahead to Crewe Lyceum show

By Claire Faulkner
A star of TV hit ‘Game of Thrones’ is bringing the award-winning play Stones In His Pockets to the Crewe Lyceum on November 17.

Directed by Ian McElhinney, the play has received outstanding reviews from critics in the West End and on Broadway.

November 6, 2014