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Nantwich hairdresser helps spread Christmas cheer to water charity

Nantwich hairdresser helps spread Christmas cheer to water charity

A long-established Nantwich salon has raised a sizeable sum for charity thanks to the generosity of townspeople.

A sponsored walk planned by Steven Burgin and staff on Hospital Street couldn’t go ahead due to lockdown.

December 12, 2020
Nantwich salon’s Sandstone Trail trek for water charity

Nantwich salon’s Sandstone Trail trek for water charity

Hairdressers at a Nantwich salon are stepping out on a sponsored walk to raise money and awareness of a charity bringing clean drinking water to families in developing countries.

September 18, 2020
Family’s fundraising Sandstone Trail in memory of Nantwich lecturer

Family’s fundraising Sandstone Trail in memory of Nantwich lecturer

Three generations of the same family tackled the 34-mile Sandstone Trail in memory of a Nantwich lecturer who died from dementia aged just 69.

Simon Goodwin’s family were joined by friends and dogs on the two-day walk in August to raise money for Alzheimer’s Research UK.

September 2, 2018
RSPCA staff in Nantwich tackle 55km Sandstone Trail to raise funds

RSPCA staff in Nantwich tackle 55km Sandstone Trail to raise funds

Five intrepid animal-lovers from Nantwich tackled one of Cheshire’s longest walking trails to raise funds.

The team walked the 55km-long Sandstone Trail in aid of Nantwich’s Stapeley Grange wildlife centre on London Road.

September 24, 2017
Wistaston Tennis Club completes fund-raising Sandstone Trail walk

Wistaston Tennis Club completes fund-raising Sandstone Trail walk

By Jonathan White
Members of Wistaston Jubilee Tennis Club have completed a fund-raising walk along the 34-mile length of the Sandstone Trail.

George Raiswell, Tony Mason and Ryan Harper-Griffiths walked a 20-mile section between Whitchurch and Tarporley in 11 hours.

October 29, 2016
Hospital staff tackle Sandstone Trail for MRI Scanner appeal

Hospital staff tackle Sandstone Trail for MRI Scanner appeal

Hospital staff in South Cheshire will be tackling the Sandstone Trail this month in aid of MRI Scanner Appeal.

Six workers at Leighton Hospital will set out along the 34-mile trail on September 19.

September 6, 2015
Football fan signed up by Nantwich finance firm Atherton

Football fan signed up by Nantwich finance firm Atherton

A football fan is hoping to score success for clients as a new adviser with Atherton and Associates Wealth Management in Nantwich.

Jamie Hull has a wealth of experience having been in the financial services industry for 12 years.

February 20, 2015
Striding the Sandstone to raise Cancer Research funds

Striding the Sandstone to raise Cancer Research funds

Two South Cheshire friends have been putting their best foot forward organising the ‘Striding the Sandstone sponsored walk.

David Rowlands and Roy Williamson are staging the event in March to raise money for Crewe and Nantwich Cancer Research UK committee.

January 28, 2015
Families invited to Cheshire Sandstone Trail 40th anniversary events

Families invited to Cheshire Sandstone Trail 40th anniversary events

People across South Cheshire are being invited to celebrate the 40th anniversary of Cheshire’s Sandstone Trail.

The Sandstone Ridge Trust is working with Cheshire Wildlife Trust, Forestry Commission, Meres and Mosses Landscape Partnership, Earth Skills Project and CWaC Council, to organise a series of walks stretching the 34-mile breadth of the Cheshire landmark.

September 22, 2014
Cheshire Walking group in Nantwich issues members appeal

Cheshire Walking group in Nantwich issues members appeal

A new group “Cheshire Walking” is on the look out for new members. The group aims to cater for all fitness levels with some of the walks short and based in Nantwich, while other walks are longer and further afield.

March 6, 2014
South Cheshire Harriers enjoy New Year Social Run near Nantwich

South Cheshire Harriers enjoy New Year Social Run near Nantwich

By Jonathan White Hardy athletes from South Cheshire Harriers took to the countryside near Nantwich for their annual New Year Social Run. Thirty-four runners, and one dog called Jack, donned their running shoes and braved the chilly, dry Bank Holiday Monday weather.

January 3, 2012