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Reaseheath equine team back anti-bullying week

Reaseheath equine team back anti-bullying week

Reaseheath College equine team backed an anti-bullying campaign by hosting a free event at their Nantwich base.

The event was in support of #NotOnMyYard campaign – an equine-specific anti-bullying initiative launched by Tudor Rose Equines.

December 5, 2016 0 comments Reaseheath & Worleston, Village News
Hundreds of families enjoy Reaseheath Apple Festival in Nantwich

Hundreds of families enjoy Reaseheath Apple Festival in Nantwich

Hundreds of Nantwich families got to the core of fruit growing at Reaseheath College’s popular apple festival.

The fruity event, held at the Nantwich college for the 25th consecutive year, featured 110 rare varieties of apples and pears, some dating back to Roman times and some of more recent origin.

October 25, 2016 0 comments Environment, News, Schools & Colleges
New community football league launched in Nantwich

New community football league launched in Nantwich

Footballers in Nantwich can test themselves in the biggest league network in the world.

A new community six-a-side football competition is kicking off in the town next month.

October 18, 2016 0 comments Football, Sport
Angry councillors attack Nantwich Kingsley Fields housing plans

Angry councillors attack Nantwich Kingsley Fields housing plans

Councillors in Nantwich have hit out at detailed plans unveiled for the Kingsley Fields 1,000-home development in the town.

North West Nantwich Consortium already has outline planning permission for the site which borders River Weaver, Waterlode, the A51 and Welshmans Lane.

Nantwich students aim to raise £15,000 cancer funds

Nantwich students aim to raise £15,000 cancer funds

Charitable students in Nantwich hope to raise more than £15,000 for local cancer research projects.

Reaseheath College has named North West Cancer Research as its chosen charity of the year.

Reaseheath Zoo wins gold award for rare spiders project

Reaseheath Zoo wins gold award for rare spiders project

Reaseheath Zoo keepers in Nantwich have received a gold award for giving rare spiders a helping hand.

Keepers at Reaseheath College’s facility have been recognised for their success in rearing tiny offspring of one of UK’s most spectacular spiders, the endangered fen raft spider.

Midnight Walk ladies stroll from Nantwich to Crewe for hospice

Midnight Walk ladies stroll from Nantwich to Crewe for hospice

Hundreds of big-hearted women donned bright colours and strolled through the night on the St Luke’s Hospice Midnight Walk.

Ladies of all ages and background gathered together to take part in the annual event which helps raise thousands for charity.

July 4, 2016 0 comments Charity news, Human Interest, News
Nantwich falconer flies high after winning regional award

Nantwich falconer flies high after winning regional award

A falconer from Nantwich who is flying through his college course after returning to learning, has been recognised with a prestigious regional award.

Joe Cooper will be presented with a £500 Open College Network (OCN) West Midlands Learner Award for Outstanding Achievement in June.

Nantwich in Bloom organisers launch bid for national title

Nantwich in Bloom organisers launch bid for national title

Nantwich businesses are being urged to throw their weight behind Nantwich in Bloom as the town goes for gold in the national floral contest.

Britain in Bloom judges have named the town Best in the North West for the past two years and organisers of the local effort hope to make it a hat-trick this summer.

May 19, 2016 1 comment Environment, Human Interest, News
Flower Festival returns to St Mary’s Church, Nantwich

Flower Festival returns to St Mary’s Church, Nantwich

St Mary’s Church in Nantwich is expecting thousands of visitors from to attend the Quinquennial Flower Festival.

The church will be brought to life with the heady scent of a carnival of flowers.

New school and highways work agreed for Nantwich 1,100-homes plan

New school and highways work agreed for Nantwich 1,100-homes plan

A new school looks set to be built as part of the new 1,100-homes Kingsley development in Nantwich, a report shows.

But highways improvements in the town won’t be carried out until hundreds of homes have already been built, according to the Section 106 agreement seen by Nantwichnews.

Wistaston Tennis Club serves up more than £100 for Sport Relief

Wistaston Tennis Club serves up more than £100 for Sport Relief

By Jonathan White
Wistaston teenager George Raiswell helped to raise vital Sport Relief funds after organising a tennis contest at his local club.

George, a member of Wistaston Jubilee Tennis Club on Church Lane, staged a round-robin format doubles tennis event and a fund-raising raffle for UK charity.

Community Orchard flourishes on Nantwich Riverside

Community Orchard flourishes on Nantwich Riverside

Green-fingered students are helping to expand a community orchard in Nantwich.

The orchard is located on Nantwich Riverside behind Shrewbridge Road, by the side of the path to Queens Drive which crosses over the River Weaver.