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Man admits murders of ex-wife and her new lover from Wistaston

Man admits murders of ex-wife and her new lover from Wistaston

A man has admitted to the New Year’s Day murders of his ex-wife and her new partner from South Cheshire.

Rhys Hancock appeared at Derby Crown Court today (July 6) via videolink, where he pleaded guilty to the murder of Helen Hancock and Martin Griffiths.

July 6, 2020
Company pleads guilty after Nantwich man loses thumb in accident

Company pleads guilty after Nantwich man loses thumb in accident

A company where a Nantwich man and former professional footballer lost a thumb in an industrial accident, has pleaded guilty in court.

Tony Gallimore, originally from Nantwich, was badly injured in the incident at the Seachill factory in Grimsby, where he lives after retiring from football.

January 21, 2020
WARNING DISTRESSING IMAGES – Man guilty of stabbing dog and leaving her to drown in Nantwich canal

WARNING DISTRESSING IMAGES – Man guilty of stabbing dog and leaving her to drown in Nantwich canal

A man has been banned from keeping animals for 10 years after he stabbed his poorly dog twice and chained a heavy weight around her body and left her drowning in a canal in Nantwich.

Brendan Murphy, 52, who lives on a barge on the Shropshire Union Canal, was found guilty of three animal welfare offences when he appeared at Chester Magistrates’ Court.

November 18, 2019
Nantwich man guilty of Barony Court distraction burglary

Nantwich man guilty of Barony Court distraction burglary

A man from Nantwich has pleaded guilty to burgling a house in the town.

Aiden Goodwin was arrested on Friday (September 27) in relation to a distraction burglary at an address on Barony Court which occurred at around 6.10pm on Wednesday September 25.

September 30, 2019
Tarporley man among five sentenced for brawl between rival football fans

Tarporley man among five sentenced for brawl between rival football fans

A Tarporley man was among five to be sentenced for the parts they played in an altercation involving rival football fans.

Louis Neal, 18, of Forest Road, Tarporley, was given a six-month curfew order and a three-year football banning order after the brawl in Chester city centre.

April 23, 2018
Nantwich woman, 32, guilty of £4,000 benefits fraud

Nantwich woman, 32, guilty of £4,000 benefits fraud

A Nantwich woman has been ordered to complete 100 hours of unpaid work after fraudulently claiming benefits.

Elaine Dawson, of Cronkinson Oak, appeared before South and East Cheshire Magistrates Court after pleading guilty to two charges.

August 25, 2015
Cheshire Farm Ice Cream fined after worker’s finger was severed

Cheshire Farm Ice Cream fined after worker’s finger was severed

A well-known ice cream maker in Cheshire has been fined for safety failings after a worker’s finger was cut off by a fruit feeder machine.

Tattenhall Dairy Products Ltd, which operates at Cheshire Farm Ice Cream, was prosecuted by the Health and Safety Executive after the incident at Drumlan Hall Farm in August 2013.

March 26, 2015
Nantwich woman, 45, found guilty of £2,100 benefit fraud

Nantwich woman, 45, found guilty of £2,100 benefit fraud

A Nantwich woman has been found guilty of benefit fraud worth more than £2,000.

Clair Edwards-Steele, formerly of Park View, Nantwich, pleaded guilty at Magistrates Court to two offences.

January 18, 2015
Groom pleads guilty to Peckforton Castle wedding blaze

Groom pleads guilty to Peckforton Castle wedding blaze

A groom was warned he faces jail for starting a fire at Peckforton Castle near Nantwich where his wedding reception was being held. Max Kay caused £6 million damage to the venue and sparked a mass evacuation of almost 200 guests and staff, including 11 children.

December 2, 2011