Post Tagged with: "Greenway"

Fly-tippers block Nantwich to Crewe Greenway

Fly-tippers block Nantwich to Crewe Greenway

Angry users of the Nantwich to Crewe Greenway hit out at fly-tippers today who dumped this massive load of rubbish across the route.

Early morning users of the route which connects the two towns found the dump close off Middlewich Road close to the entrance to Alvaston Hall Hotel.

More than 80 BMX bike fans take part in Chesh-Air event

More than 80 BMX bike fans take part in Chesh-Air event

by Jonathan White
Old school BMX bike fans from around the UK converged on South Cheshire for a social ride in and around Crewe.

More than 80 people gathered at Crewe railway station for the annual ‘Chesh-Air’ event, organised by the ‘Crewe and Cheshire old school BMX’ group.

May 28, 2018 0 comments Human Interest, News
Portrait bench marks opening of new Crewe-Nantwich Greenway

Portrait bench marks opening of new Crewe-Nantwich Greenway

By Jonathan White These pictures show the portrait bench which marks the opening of the new Crewe-Nantwich Greenway route. The route runs from Tipkinder Park in Crewe, around Queens Park and King George V playing fields to the Rising Sun Inn.

March 28, 2013 1 comment Environment, Human Interest, Latest, News
Connect 2 Crewe-Nantwich “Greenway” to be unveiled this week

Connect 2 Crewe-Nantwich “Greenway” to be unveiled this week

The Connect 2 Crewe-Nantwich Greenway will be officially unveiled to the public this week. Councillors, campaign groups, community leaders and the public will attend the opening alongside the A530, near Alvaston Hall.

Nantwich group Greenspaces spearheads Leighton Greenway project

Nantwich group Greenspaces spearheads Leighton Greenway project

A Nantwich environmental group is spearheading a scheme to boost eco-friendly transport links in Crewe. Greenspaces South Cheshire has teamed up with partners to improve the route of the Leighton Greenway Extension project.

December 5, 2012 0 comments Business, Community Events, Environment, Latest
New Bluebell woods along Crewe-Nantwich Greenway are unveiled

New Bluebell woods along Crewe-Nantwich Greenway are unveiled

A community bluebell wood near Nantwich has been officially opened to mark the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee celebrations. A plaque to mark the Wistaston wildlife haven, part of the Crewe to Nantwich Greenway, was unveiled by Mayor of Crewe Peggy Martin.

Reaseheath College students plant Queen’s Jubilee bluebells

Reaseheath College students plant Queen’s Jubilee bluebells

College students in Nantwich have planted thousands of bluebells to mark the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee celebrations. Ten students from Reaseheath College planted 5,000 bulbs alongside the Crewe to Nantwich Greenway in Wistaston.

Reaseheath College and Rotary plant trees to mark Queen’s Jubilee

Reaseheath College and Rotary plant trees to mark Queen’s Jubilee

Hundreds of young trees were planted on a new rural corridor linking Crewe and Nantwich to commemorate the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee. The trees, donated by The Rotary Club of Crewe and Nantwich Weaver, were planted by Reaseheath College students on the Crewe-Nantwich Greenway near the A530 Middlewich Road.

January 31, 2012 0 comments Environment, Latest, Schools & Colleges