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Big Day Out Cheshire to be staged in Nantwich this weekend

Big Day Out Cheshire to be staged in Nantwich this weekend

Big Day Out Cheshire is celebrating its 5th year as the family festival returns to Nantwich this weekend.

The festival, which takes place at Dorfold Hall on Sunday July 29, is set to be the biggest yet with The Christians headlining and a whole host of family friendly fun.

Superheroes Picnic returns to Dorfold Park in Nantwich this weekend

Superheroes Picnic returns to Dorfold Park in Nantwich this weekend

Picturesque Dorfold Park in Nantwich will be the backdrop for a major event raising money for children’s charity The Donna Louise Children’s Hospice.

Superheroes Picnic returns this Sunday June 17 after raising a staggering £12,000 for local causes last year including the hospice and Ray of Hope, which supports the maternity and neonatal wards at Leighton Hospital.

Superheroes Picnic set to return to Dorfold Hall in Nantwich

Superheroes Picnic set to return to Dorfold Hall in Nantwich

Plans are underway for the return of charity money-spinner Superheroes Picnic in the grounds of Dorfold Hall in Nantwich.

The event, which returns on June 17, raised £12,000 for local causes last year including the Donna Louise Children’s Hospice and Ray of Hope, which supports the maternity and neonatal wards at Leighton Hospital.

Nantwich youngsters in driving seat for Jaguar ‘ultimate driving experience’

Nantwich youngsters in driving seat for Jaguar ‘ultimate driving experience’

Nantwich youngsters can be firmly in the driving seat of one of the top sports cars.

Jaguar is to stage an “ultimate young driver experience” at Dorfold Hall in Nantwich aimed at 11-17 year olds.

Dorfold Hall owners unveil ambitious plans for Acton village

Dorfold Hall owners unveil ambitious plans for Acton village

The owners of historic Dorfold Hall estate have unveiled plans to build up to 55 homes, a new pub, village green and a link road to help breath new life into Acton village near Nantwich.

Charles and Candice Roundell say the multi-million plan will help create a sense of ‘community’ again, direct traffic away from the narrow Monks Lane, and provide affordable housing for younger families in the village.