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Regents Park table top sale moved to avoid Holly Holy Day clash

Regents Park table top sale moved to avoid Holly Holy Day clash

A table top sale in Nantwich is being re-scheduled so it doesn’t clash with the popular Holly Holy Day in the town. The sale at the Regents Park Business centre off London Road was due to be held on the morning of Saturday January 21.

January 15, 2012
Rescued seal pups at Stapeley Grange Wildlife Centre

Rescued seal pups at Stapeley Grange Wildlife Centre

An influx of storm-blown young seals have been taken to RSPCA wildlife centres, including Stapeley Grange in Nantwich. It was caused by bad weather which hit just as they had been weaned.

January 7, 2012
A530 Wellington Road closed at Nantwich for level crossing work

A530 Wellington Road closed at Nantwich for level crossing work

Nantwich drivers are being warned of delays as work continues on the town’s Wellington Road level crossing. The A530 main road in and out of town by Nantwich station is closed all weekend to allow rail engineers to complete the work.

January 7, 2012
Nantwich property firm unveils Regents College plans

Nantwich property firm unveils Regents College plans

A Nantwich property firm has unveiled ambitious plans to redevelop the Regents College site off London Road. Wes Heraty is working closely with site owners Elim Church to breathe new life into the former theological college.

January 4, 2012
The Leopard pub in Nantwich taken over in £1 million deal

The Leopard pub in Nantwich taken over in £1 million deal

Exclusive The Leopard pub in Nantwich has been bought by Shropshire-based Joules brewery in a deal worth over £1 million. The London Road venue is one of three sites acquired by the Market Drayton company as part of a deal with Punch Taverns.

December 14, 2011
RSPCA inspector’s 1,500-mile Africa run for Stapeley Grange

RSPCA inspector’s 1,500-mile Africa run for Stapeley Grange

An RSPCA inspector has completed an amazing 1,500-mile run across South Africa to raise money for Stapeley Grange Wildlife Centre in Nantwich. Emma Timmis, 27, a fully-fledged RSPCA inspector, hopes to raise thousands for the RSPCA centre on London Road.

December 14, 2011
Stapeley Water Gardens to close after Christmas

Stapeley Water Gardens to close after Christmas

Stapeley Water Gardens in Nantwich is to close for good after Christmas with the loss of dozens of jobs, it was announced today. The London Road attraction, which has been pulling in visitors for 45 years, will cease trading in the New Year.

November 28, 2011
New Nantwich housing scheme gets go ahead

New Nantwich housing scheme gets go ahead

New homes are to be built off Hastings Road in Nantwich, despite residents’ objections. Arley Homes has been given permission by Cheshire East Council’s southern planning committee to build a 21-home development close to the railway line.

November 23, 2011
Stapeley Water Gardens jobs and site under threat

Stapeley Water Gardens jobs and site under threat

A cloud is hanging over the future of Stapeley Water Gardens in Nantwich, according to reports. Dozens of staff  at the London Road site are now fearing for their jobs after entering a 30-day consultation period with bosses.

November 18, 2011
Nantwich cafe to host pre-school French classes

Nantwich cafe to host pre-school French classes

A popular cafe in Nantwich is to stage fun French classes for youngsters from next week. Kay Leydon will run the La Jolie Ronde pre-school sessions at Funky Monkey, on Regents Park, London Road, every Wednesday. La Jolie Ronde focuses on learning through fun songs, puppets, games and rhymes. Mums and dads will also be encouraged to join in.

September 15, 2011
Campaigners fight Stapeley 1,300 home plans

Campaigners fight Stapeley 1,300 home plans

Campaigners fighting to prevent more housing development in the Stapeley area of Nantwich have launched a new website to encourage others to join the protest. The site, www.protectstapeley.org.uk, highlights fears over potential development of 1,300 homes on land between Broad Lane, London Road,  Peter De Stapleigh Way, and the bridleway known as Deadman’s Lane.

September 7, 2011