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South Cheshire Chamber rallies support for Crewe GBR bid

South Cheshire Chamber rallies support for Crewe GBR bid

South Cheshire Chamber of Commerce is behind a final push to get residents backing Crewe’s bid to become home of the Great British Railways as the closing date for votes approaches.

The Chamber is rallying the support of all its business members and their employees and families to “Vote Crewe!” by the deadline of August 15.

August 11, 2022
READER’S LETTER: Outrage over CEC “verges” letter to Crewe residents

READER’S LETTER: Outrage over CEC “verges” letter to Crewe residents

Dear Editor,
Cheshire East have sent out letters to many Crewe residents asking them to REMOVE the large stones off the grass verges, in front of their homes, within a month, or they will be sent the bill to remove them.

This is an outrage.

July 17, 2022
READER’S LETTER: No improvement over Wistaston pedestrian safety fears

READER’S LETTER: No improvement over Wistaston pedestrian safety fears

Dear Editor,
In January 2021 and December and August 2020, I wrote a letter to Nantwich News raising my concerns for the safety of pedestrians on the busy Wistaston Green Road in Wistaston, due to the obstructions and narrowing of the path and its degraded road surface adjacent to the Bellway ‘Kingfisher Reach’ housing development construction site.

March 15, 2021
READER’S LETTER: CEC partly to blame over Stapeley appeal criticism

READER’S LETTER: CEC partly to blame over Stapeley appeal criticism

Dear Editor,
Cheshire East Council has issued a stinging open letter to the Secretary of State for housing strongly criticising his decision to grant a planning appeal in the borough.

August 31, 2020
Nantwich councillors “not consulted” over parking charge reintroduction

Nantwich councillors “not consulted” over parking charge reintroduction

Nantwich councillors today revealed they were “not even consulted” by Cheshire East Council over a move to bring back parking charges from June 15.

The four Cheshire East councillors representing Nantwich wrote a “strongly worded” joint letter to the authority asking for an explanation.

June 11, 2020
READER’S LETTER: Support Nantwich businesses during pandemic

READER’S LETTER: Support Nantwich businesses during pandemic

Dear Editor,
I wrote an open letter in mid-March this year to ask people to support businesses in Nantwich during the Covid-19 pandemic.

A few days later the UK was put into lockdown by the government to help control the virus, forcing most businesses to temporarily close.

June 10, 2020
LETTER: Threat to local publishers during Public Health crisis, says ICNN

LETTER: Threat to local publishers during Public Health crisis, says ICNN

Dear Editor,
As you can imagine these are very worrying times for our members.
As an organisation, we are now extremely concerned.
This is a time when our members are crucial in ensuring public information reaches communities across the UK to inform and advise about public health.

March 25, 2020
Nantwich ‘special measures’ primary school could change name

Nantwich ‘special measures’ primary school could change name

A Nantwich primary school placed in special measures could change its name and uniform, it has emerged.

Parents of pupils at Wyche Primary and Nursery School, on Manor Road, were given the news on the day children broke for Easter.

April 8, 2015
Council backs Nantwich headteachers over 18-rated video games letter

Council backs Nantwich headteachers over 18-rated video games letter

Council bosses have defended Nantwich headteachers for issuing a warning letter to parents about children playing 18-rated computer games.

The letter, sent by Nantwich Education Partnership, tells parents that they could be reported to police or social services if pupils reveal they are allowed to play adult-rated games.

April 1, 2015