Post Tagged with: "residents"

Work begins on new crossing on busy Nantwich road

Work begins on new crossing on busy Nantwich road

Work is underway to install a new crossing in Nantwich after months of campaigning by residents, local councillors and Crewe & Nantwich MP.

The crossing is being build on Peter Destapleigh Way at the exit from the Stapeley Water Gardens estate.

August 10, 2022
Residents object to re-opened Worleston pub’s licence bid

Residents object to re-opened Worleston pub’s licence bid

By Belinda Ryan, local democracy reporter
A village pub which has been renovated added an outdoor dining area to cater for any customers’ concerns following the Covid pandemic, a licensing committee heard.

The Royal Oak at Worleston near Nantwich has recently reopened after undergoing a full refurbishment.

May 15, 2022
Combermere Abbey

Residents object to venue licensing plans by Combermere Abbey

By Belinda Ryan, local democracy reporter
Twenty local residents have objected to plans to extend the licensing hours at Combermere Abbey Wedding Venue near Wrenbury, saying they are already disturbed by the late night noise.

The venue on Combermere Park Drive is currently licensed for events such as plays, dance performances, films, live and recorded music, as well as late night refreshment and the supply of alcohol.

May 12, 2022
Consultation launched on new Shavington primary school

Consultation launched on new Shavington primary school

Residents can have their say on plans for a new primary school in the Shavington area.

Cheshire East Council wants to build another new primary school in the borough to ease pressure on local places amid new housing developments.

April 29, 2022
Barony Sports complex in Nantwich

Residents urged to air views on Barony Park masterplan in Nantwich

Nantwich residents are being urged to have their say on a masterplan of ideas for the town’s Barony Park.

Cheshire East Council, Nantwich Town Council, the Friends of the Barony and Nantwich in Bloom have developed the “vision” for future improvements to the community space.

January 11, 2022
Nantwich pupils send Christmas messages to care home residents

Nantwich pupils send Christmas messages to care home residents

Young pupils from Nantwich schools brought festive cheer to care home residents by delivering Christmas cards.

The students used the artistic skills to create personalised cards as part of a community scheme by Nantwich Educational Partnership (NEP).

December 23, 2021
Cheshire Police to roll out anti-burglary “kits” for residents

Cheshire Police to roll out anti-burglary “kits” for residents

A new crime-fighting tool which Cheshire Police say will help protect homes from burglaries is being rolled out in the county.

The SelectaDNA forensic coding solution is placed on household items such as jewellery, laptops and TVs.

November 15, 2021
Acton residents object to Dorfold Park Showground licence bid

Acton residents object to Dorfold Park Showground licence bid

By Belinda Ryan, local democracy reporter
More than 30 residents have objected to an application for a premises licence at the Dorfold Park Showground which hosts the historic Nantwich Show.

Dorfold Hall Events Ltd has applied for a premises licence for regulated entertainment and alcohol for the showground on Chester Road, Acton.

November 2, 2021
Lives at risk under Cheshire East winter gritting policy, warn councillors

Lives at risk under Cheshire East winter gritting policy, warn councillors

By Belinda Ryan, local democracy reporter
Councillors and residents have urged Cheshire East to urgently review its winter gritting policy claiming lives are at risk.

We revealed in June how some roads have been removed from the route this winter including many rural roads in and around Nantwich.

October 24, 2021
Nantwich residents hail “Community Gem” for brightening neighbourhood

Nantwich residents hail “Community Gem” for brightening neighbourhood

By Hannah Youds
Residents in one part of Nantwich are celebrating the wonderful achievements of a pensioner who has made a big difference.

Jenny Brown, 72, moved to the Mansion Gardens area 14 years ago.

August 15, 2021
Rubbish left on Brookfield Park

Brookfield Park residents meet Crime Commissioner candidate to air fears

Nantwich residents aired their concerns about anti-social behaviour on Brookfield Park to Police Crime Commissioner candidate David Keane.

Mr Keane visited the park on Saturday where a minority of yobs have destroyed trees, set piles of rubbish on fire, left broken glass and litter across the park, and been seen driving cars and motorbikes recklessly on the grass.

April 26, 2021
READER’S LETTER: Proposed cuts to service for over 85 year olds

READER’S LETTER: Proposed cuts to service for over 85 year olds

Dear Editor,

First the Labour/Independent administration decided to make cuts to children’s services, now they have the residents aged over 85 years old and living alone in their sights.

April 18, 2021
READER’S LETTER: Are Nantwich residents looked on as “cash cows”?

READER’S LETTER: Are Nantwich residents looked on as “cash cows”?

Dear Editor,
Letter sent to Nantwich Town Council.
I have examined the summary of the Capital and Revenue Budget for 2021/ 22 and would make the following general observations.

March 26, 2021