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New group promotes dog-friendly Nantwich shops to prevent thefts

New group promotes dog-friendly Nantwich shops to prevent thefts

By Jonathan White
A new Facebook group called ‘Dog friendly shops in Nantwich and surrounding areas’ has been set up to help prevent dogs being left outside and at risk from thieves.

It comes after the high-profile case of Denzel and Welly, two black Labradors stolen from outside M&S on Beam Street in Nantwich on March 27.

April 7, 2021
Nantwich independent shops unveil fantastically festive window displays!

Nantwich independent shops unveil fantastically festive window displays!

By Jonathan White
These businesses in Nantwich are pulling out the stops to make festive window displays and frontages extra special this year.

An array of imaginative and eye-catching displays are providing a festive feel and encouraging people to shop local and back businesses in the run up to Christmas.

December 3, 2020
Town Council launches “Nutcracker” competition in Nantwich

Town Council launches “Nutcracker” competition in Nantwich

Nantwich Town Council has teamed up with traders to launch a “find the nutcracker” competition to encourage shoppers into independent stores.

From tomorrow (December 3) families are encouraged to hunt for 10 Nutcracker figures dotted in independent shops around the town.

December 2, 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
Dog walker launches Nantwich project to tackle fouling

Dog walker launches Nantwich project to tackle fouling

A woman who runs a dog walking business has launched a new project to tackle the scourge of dog fouling in Nantwich.

Emma Caskie, who runs HoundClub Pet Services, hopes her community project will ease the dog mess problems in the town as well as encourage people to shop in dog friendly shops in the town.

August 24, 2020
Cheshire Police and CEC urge residents to follow new face covering rules

Cheshire Police and CEC urge residents to follow new face covering rules

Residents in South Cheshire are being urged to follow new coronavirus legislation as face coverings in shops becomes mandatory from today (July 24).

All residents over the age of 11 must wear a face covering inside all retail stores and supermarkets, unless they have medical reasons not to.

July 24, 2020
Nantwich prepares to reopen from pandemic lockdown

Nantwich prepares to reopen from pandemic lockdown

Nantwich is being prepared for the reopening of non-essential retailers from tomorrow (June 15), writes Jonathan White.

The next stage of the government’s easing of lockdown restrictions begin – and hard-hit businesses in the town hope it will see a return of shoppers and ringing tills.

June 14, 2020
“Free after 3pm” parking on Snow Hill in Nantwich stays, council says

“Free after 3pm” parking on Snow Hill in Nantwich stays, council says

The “free after 3pm” parking initiative will be retained on certain car parks from June 15, including Snow Hill in Nantwich.

Cheshire East Council confirmed this as it issued a defence of its decision to re-introduce parking charges from Monday as non-essential shops re-open.

June 12, 2020
READER’S LETTER: Remember the visually impaired as shops re-open

READER’S LETTER: Remember the visually impaired as shops re-open

Dear Editor
Across England, non-essential shops are due to reopen on 15 June.

It is expected that, as with shops that have remained open throughout lockdown, visual markers will be used to signify the correct distance from others, one-way systems and designated queuing areas.

June 12, 2020
Nantwich has second lowest vacant shops rate in Cheshire East

Nantwich has second lowest vacant shops rate in Cheshire East

By Stephen Topping, local democracy reporter
Nantwich has the second lowest rate of vacant shops in Cheshire East.

But neighbouring Crewe along with Congleton have the highest rates of empty retail units, new figures have revealed.

February 28, 2019
Police warning over counterfeit notes used in Nantwich shops

Police warning over counterfeit notes used in Nantwich shops

Police in Nantwich are warning town centre traders after counterfeit notes were used in shops.

Reports suggest counterfeit £20 notes were used at several locations.

November 12, 2016
Multi-million pound revamp plan of Crewe bus station and shops unveiled

Multi-million pound revamp plan of Crewe bus station and shops unveiled

Crewe town centre could undergo its biggest revamp in years after council chiefs moved to buy the rundown bus station and neighbouring shops.

The area could be turned into a larger cinema, restaurants, a hotel and new bus interchange, it has emerged.

April 21, 2015
Ram raiders drag cashpoint machine through Nantwich shop window

Ram raiders drag cashpoint machine through Nantwich shop window

Raiders tried to drag a cashpoint machine out of a Nantwich store after ramming the front with a land rover.

The crooks attached a heavy-duty 20ft chain to the machine in the Stapeley Co-operative store on Cronkinson estate.

April 13, 2015