Post Tagged with: "lockdown"

Cheshire College students send art creations to care homes

Cheshire College students send art creations to care homes

Visual Arts learners at Cheshire College have been reaching out to local communities through their art to make supportive connections during lockdown.

The College’s “Create, Share, Collect” project has seen postcards of student artwork based on local architecture sent to care homes in alongside personalised messages.

February 25, 2021
Further rise in fines for Covid lockdown breaches in South Cheshire

Further rise in fines for Covid lockdown breaches in South Cheshire

Residents are being urged to stick to the pandemic lockdown rules after another surge in the number fines being issued.

Officers have now dished out 685 Fixed Penalty Notices (FPNs) since early January – including 126 in the Crewe and Nantwich divisional area.

February 10, 2021
Crewe Photographic Society launches “Lockdown League”

Crewe Photographic Society launches “Lockdown League”

Crewe Photographic Society has launched a ‘Lockdown League’ as part of a new series of meetings taking place online for 2021.

Members log into Zoom meetings each Thursday evening to share their expertise, enjoy presentations from guest speakers and take part in a three-stage digital image competition.

January 30, 2021
Nantwich town centre benches could be removed to target lockdown breaches

Nantwich town centre benches could be removed to target lockdown breaches

Councillors could be forced to remove town centre benches in Nantwich amid fears too many people are not following Covid lockdown guidelines.

The concerns were discussed tonight (January 14) by Nantwich Town Council, after residents and traders raised fears about lack of social distancing.

January 14, 2021
Cheshire Police issue 58 fines for lockdown breaches in one weekend

Cheshire Police issue 58 fines for lockdown breaches in one weekend

Nantwich residents have been warned to stay at home unless essential after Cheshire Police issued 58 fines over the weekend.

Police chiefs say since the new restrictions came into force last week, most have been sticking to the rules to help protect the NHS and save lives.

January 12, 2021
READER’S LETTER: Vaccinating school staff should be CEC priority

READER’S LETTER: Vaccinating school staff should be CEC priority

Dear Editor,
Sadly, we are in lock down again.

This is a worry to all of us, but it is extremely stressful to those parents with school age children and all those who work so hard to educate and support them in our schools.

January 6, 2021
FEATURE: Impact of Annus Horribilis 2020 on Nantwich businesses

FEATURE: Impact of Annus Horribilis 2020 on Nantwich businesses

The year 2020 has been a disaster for businesses around the country.

And those based in and around Nantwich have been just as badly affected.

December 21, 2020
READER’S LETTER: Vaccine will NOT be a magic bullet on Covid cases

READER’S LETTER: Vaccine will NOT be a magic bullet on Covid cases

Dear Editor,

The Crewe Labour Party have criticised some of my tweets in my tremendously popular twitter account @CllrBSilvester, which has an amazing 55,000 followers.

December 21, 2020
Nantwich Museum to reopen tomorrow December 3

Nantwich Museum to reopen tomorrow December 3

Nantwich Museum is to reopen from Thursday December 3.

The popular Pillory Street venue re-emerges from lockdown and will now be open from Thursday to Saturday openings, 10.30 am – 4.30 pm.

December 2, 2020
Cheshire East Council “local lockdown” warning amid Covid case numbers

Cheshire East Council “local lockdown” warning amid Covid case numbers

Cheshire East Council has warned the number of Covid-19 cases could see the borough facing further strict restrictions when the national lockdown ends.

However, in the past week cases in the area have dropped from 248 new cases per 100,000 people to 191 per 100,000, according to the latest stats.

November 20, 2020
READER’S LETTER: Plea for support from British Heart Foundation

READER’S LETTER: Plea for support from British Heart Foundation

Dear Editor,
The UK’s leading heart charity, the British Heart Foundation (BHF) needs the support of the local community now more than ever.

Following the Government’s announcement of a second lockdown, we were forced to close our shops in the North West until Thursday December 3.

November 19, 2020
READER’S LETTER: Support Age UK’s eBay shop in lockdown

READER’S LETTER: Support Age UK’s eBay shop in lockdown

Dear Editor,
With another national lockdown in place, Age UK has sadly had to close the doors of its 250 charity shops across the country for a second time.

But some good news is there’s still a way for locals in the North West to bag themselves a bargain and support older people most in need whilst their nearest Age UK shop is closed.

November 17, 2020
READER’S LETTER: Plea to readers to support Nantwich businesses

READER’S LETTER: Plea to readers to support Nantwich businesses

Dear Editor
Wherever possible I implore your readership to please continue to support small businesses during England’s second national lockdown.

This may be via click & collect or delivery, takeaway services, buying gift cards, online classes, virtual markets, and shopping online.

November 10, 2020