Post Tagged with: "heritage"

Nantwich “landmark” buildings to be added to Cheshire Local List

Nantwich “landmark” buildings to be added to Cheshire Local List

Nantwich residents are being asked to nominate “landmark” buildings and features in the town for a new Cheshire Local List of heritage assets.

Buildings like Nantwich Museum, Beam Street Almshouses and Players Theatre were named by town councillors last night as worthy inclusions.

January 14, 2022
Nantwich among 5 Cheshire East parishes in local heritage project

Nantwich among 5 Cheshire East parishes in local heritage project

Nantwich and Audlem are among five places chosen as part of a local heritage project run by Cheshire East Council.

The idea of the project is to update its list of historic landmarks and places in the borough.

November 11, 2021
READER’S LETTER: Part of West Street wall in Crewe should have been kept

READER’S LETTER: Part of West Street wall in Crewe should have been kept

Dear Editor
In 2015 a London pub was demolished without permission by developers.

The Carlton Cavern was the only building on the street that wasn’t destroyed during the Blitz in World War Two.

August 16, 2021
Wybunbury Tower joins Heritage Open Days festival

Wybunbury Tower joins Heritage Open Days festival

Wybunbury Tower was open during their annual free Heritage event.

Heritage Open Days is England’s biggest free heritage festival.

September 15, 2019
Cronkinson Farm in Stapeley to be turned into Heritage community pub

Cronkinson Farm in Stapeley to be turned into Heritage community pub

A family pub in Nantwich is to close for a major ยฃ200,000 refurbishment.

The Cronkinson Farm pub in Stapeley will close on March 4 for 16 days, re-opening on March 20.

February 27, 2019
Councillor’s boost to save Nantwich pub from demolition

Councillor’s boost to save Nantwich pub from demolition

A pub in Nantwich which faces demolition to make way for more housing, could be saved.

The Horse Shoe Inn, in Willaston, was earmarked under new planning proposals to be knocked down.

September 25, 2014